Why Choose Us?
We challenge you to find cheaper! Our rates include a brand new vehicle, unlimited mileage, insurance and roadside assist*. Why pay more?
We offer a great range of vehicles at competitive prices, from the most reputable suppliers.
Planning Your Trip
Car leasing is a fantastic alternative to long term car rental in Brussels. The insurance included is certainly a highlight, covering many European countries! Leasing is a tax free buy back programme endorsed by the French government to encourage tourism.
There are only 3 companies you can lease from in Brussels and these are; Renault, Peugeot and Citroen. The variety of vehicles offered by these three companies are extensive and selection of the best deal can be an overwhelming experience. Udrive takes the hassle from our customers and compare the rates from these three companies to suit your needs. We will simply compare and provide you with the best possible quote from one of these companies within 24 hours of receiving your quote request. We're confident that once you've compared our prices to those elsewhere, you'll find that our deals are unbeatable.Specifically designed for non-European residents and travellers planning an extended holiday in Brussels between 17 and 175 days, all vehicles are left-hand drive. It is a great alternative to car hire allowing you to explore the best of Brussels as soon as you arrive.
Please note that most vehicles include insurance with no vehicle excess, full factory warranty, personal accident insurance, free additional drivers, unlimited kilometres and 24 hour roadside assistance in 8 countries throughout Brussels.
Brussels is the cosmopolitan capital of Belgium. This sprawling metropolis has grown from a small 10th century town into the biggest urban area of the country. As the headquarters of NATO and EU organizations, it has also become a center of world political issues.
Perhaps one of its quirky faces is that it is bilingual and many signs are displayed in both French and Dutch. With an oceanic climate, the usual hottest months of the year are from May to October.
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Beer, Chocolate and Museums in Brussels
The tourism office of Belgium lists itself as a food lover’s dream and a beer lover’s heaven. This gives a large indication of what the city is famous for. The Belgians treat beer like others treat wine, with great care and affection. There are over 650 brands for you to try and most are sold in road side cafes that host the perfect afternoon drinking session. Beer tours are also a popular excursion sold throughout the city.
If beer is not your passion, try the Belgian chocolate which has long had a reputation as the favorite sweet of kings all over the world. Their chocolate relies on a heavy dose of praline in every recipe and museums like the Benoit Nihant and Zaabar give hands on demonstrations as well as the history of chocolate in Belgium. If you don’t want to visit just one museum, sign up for a city walking tour of all the chocolate producers and factories
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There are over 85 museums in Brussels ranging from art to culture to religion. Most are closed on Monday and open over the weekend. A few include…
- Fondation Folon in La Hulpe is an art museum with over 300 works of art
- The Louvain-la-Neuve focuses on modern and ancient art from Greek and Roman times
- Lovers of the cartoon character “Tin Tin” will appreciate the Hergé Museum
- Bastogne Ardennes 44 focuses on life in the city throughout the Second World War
- The Famenne Museum is set in an 18th century house and pays respect to sculpture art
- Grand Curtius Museum Complex has many regional and international artefacts dating from 7000 years ago
- The Ansembourge Museum is a chance to look inside an 18th century house with original décor
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The Royal Palace and Brussels Park is grand and majestic. Visitors are invited to walk around the long corridors and tall ceiling rooms to admire past décor and history. In front of the castle is a large green park which children love because of the water fountains. This place is open from July to September
The botanical gardens were an ancient building for royalty. These days it has more than 10,000 species of plants from all around the world. Open all year round, it is a wonderful, peaceful walk through the surroundings of nature.
Everything was exactly as described. Carolyn from Udrive gave accurate answers to all our questions, and there were no surprises. More straightforward than I expected, and will recommend car leasing through Udrive to others.