Car rental in Amsterdam Airport
Planning a trip to The Netherlands (הולנד)? Get the most of it with a car rental in Amsterdam Airport. It’ll make your trip significantly more convenient when you travel to neighboring cities such as Rotterdam and The Hague, and if you want to drive across the country and visit other Dutch towns and attractions. Car rental in Amsterdam airport is easy to find, with all major companies operating from the airport: Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz, and Sixt. Pick up your vehicle at the service desks, located in Schiphol Plaza, the airport's main foyer. Just follow the 'Car Rental' signs. More companies are located outside the airport; a shuttle bus will take you to collect your car rental in Amsterdam Airport. Thanks to our partnerships with car rental agencies such as [Argus Car Hire](https://www.skyscanner.co.il/car-rental-with/argu/car-rental-with-Argus Car Hire.html), Holiday Autos, and Rentalcars.com, we’ll be able to find you unbeatable deals.
Gas stations near Amsterdam Airport
In most cases, car rental in Amsterdam comes with a “full to full” agreement, and you will return your car to the rental company with a full tank. A number of gas stations operate near Amsterdam Airport. Total Service Station is a gas station located within the grounds of the airport on Westelijke Randweg Road. A BP Service Station is located on Oude Haagseweg next to the Mercure Hotel which can be found after exiting the E19 at 1-Sloten, situated ideally for travelers driving from Amsterdam.
Getting to your destination with a car rental in Amsterdam
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol AMS has excellent road connections to the rest of The Netherlands. You will exit the airport onto the E19, the main road through the country which connects Amsterdam to Breda in the south. Other motorways connecting to and from the airport: A4 runs through The Hague and Rotterdam, the Belgian border near Zandvliet, north of the city of Antwerp, and A9.
Amsterdam - אמסטרדם
The capital of The Netherlands is Known for its vibrant nightlife but also for its Dutch traditions, architecture and cultural opportunities for visitors. Amsterdam is a 16 km drive from the airport. Drive via the A4 and A10 and get to the city center in about 15 minutes. Amsterdam is one of Europe’s most congested cities, so plan ahead and allow extra time for your journeys. Check with your hotel if they provide parking space for its guests, as on-street parking in the city is difficult to find and expensive. When you drive in Amsterdam, pay attention and be aware of the cyclists.
Rotterdam - רוטרדם
If you are into architectural masterpieces, world-famous museums and a network of 165 canals - add Rotterdam to your “must visit in The Netherlands” list. Pick up your car rental in Amsterdam Airport and take the A4 route. Within around 60 km and 40-minute drive, you’ll arrive at your destination. The A20 highway is 65 km, but it takes over an hour to get there. On-street parking is possible if you purchase a prepaid chip-knip card to use on the parking meters. Multi-floor car parks are located at convenient spots in the city and accept chip-knip cards, credit cards or cash.
The Hague - האג
While Amsterdam and Rotterdam offer more night-life and partying opportunities, The Hague is a quieter city in comparison. However, you’ll still find here busy markets, beautiful palaces, art deco architecture and elegant boutiques offering a taste of Holland. Pick up your car rental in Amsterdam rental desk and drive 46 km to the Hague. It’ll take you approximately 35 minutes via the A4 and A12. In The Hague, it’s easier to commute with a car, but it’s still The Netherlands, meaning - you must pay attention to the high number of cyclists on the road. Paid on-street parking is available, but it may be easier to use the 20 multi-floor car parks in convenient locations throughout the city.
This information is correct as of November 2018