Car rental Eindhoven Airport

Starting from
36 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 08/20/2018 - 08/27/2018 at Eindhoven Airport
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Eindhoven Airport

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Mo-Su 0800-2330
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Luchthavenweg 13 B, 5657 AE

Telephone: +31 (0) 40 2521111

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Hertz at Eindhoven Airport

Eindhoven Airport, the second busiest in the Netherlands, is just a few miles outside Eindhoven, the largest city in the south of the country and its design capital. The city is synonymous with the electronics giant Philips, who started manufacturing light bulbs here in 1891. Eindhoven hasn’t looked back since.

Our rental car pick-up point is located just outside the main terminal building at Eindhoven Airport and is very convenient for the main A2 highway, so you can be on your way quickly and easily. We aim to make car rental at Eindhoven Airport as simple as possible, and that starts with a great collection of cars for you to choose from. There are no hidden extras to pay, and no cancellation or amendment fees up to two days before collection. Our best price guarantee means that, in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference.

Driving in and around Eindhoven

The Netherlands is a small country, easily explored by car. Surrounding towns and cities are all within a relatively short distance, while the road network is extensive and well-maintained, with everything clearly sign-posted. There are only two toll roads in the whole country: the Western Scheldt Tunnel in the far south-west and Dordtse Kil near Rotterdam. 

As with most of Europe, driving is on the right-hand side and speed limits are 50 km/h (30mph) in urban areas and 80km/h (50mph) outside, unless marked otherwise. On freeways, the speed limit varies between 100 km/h (60mph) and 130km/h (80mph) and will be marked.

Eindhoven Airport is just 5 miles north-west of the city center and linked by the A2 national highway, which runs from Amsterdam in the north to Maastricht on the southern border of the Netherlands and passes Eindhoven to the west and south of the city. The A2 links to the A58 and on to Tilburg and Breda, or to the A67/E34 from Venlo to Antwerp. The A50 connects Eindhoven to the cities of Nijmegen and Zwolle.

A note when driving to Eindhoven: local access from the main highways is provided by the N2 ‘Randweg’. This road runs parallel to the A2 and A67 highways. The ring road starts at the Helmond junction on the north side of the city and runs along the north, west and south sides of the city. The majority of this 12-mile ring road is split into a parallel system, where the main lane has the number A2 and the parallel lane the number N2.

On-street parking in Eindhoven is plentiful although quite expensive, so often it’s best to use one of the many parking lots in and around the city center.

A quick guide to Eindhoven and beyond

Eindhoven is a bustling, energetic city, a hub of creativity and innovation and an exciting place to visit with everything on offer from modern art to soccer games.

The art of the new

The city’s landmark attraction is the Van Abbemuseum, just to the south of the center on the south bank of the Dommel River. It houses one of the finest collections of modern and contemporary art in Europe. Among the highlights are works by Picasso, Mondrian and Kandinsky.

You can’t visit Eindhoven without becoming aware of the Philips empire and their impact on the place. The Philips Museum provides a detailed look at the history of the company and the city. You’ll learn everything about them, from their beginnings in the light bulb industry right up to their current role as a pioneer in electronics and technology and how they’ve helped to make Eindhoven the economic powerhouse that it is today.

Can you kick it?

Soccer fans should head for the stunning city-center Philips stadium, home Eindhoven, not only one of the great names in Dutch football, but also throughout Europe. Within the stadium is the PSV Eindhoven Museum, where you’ll find out about the club’s long and successful history.

Shopping heaven

Eindhoven center is a great place to shop. Surrounding the main market square, The Markt, are wide, pedestrianized streets lined with hundreds of stores and boutiques. Farther north from here is Bijenkorf, a huge department store, and the four-story Piazza Center, with a wide and varied range of stores, including clothing music and specialist shops, as well as many great cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy a cup of coffee or lunch.

One of Eindhoven’s oldest and most interesting districts is The Bergen (De Bergen). It’s one of the few parts of the city that wasn’t damaged during World War II and retains many of its traditional buildings. Here - in the triangle formed by the Kleine Berg, Grote Berg and Bergstraat - is where you’ll find many of Eindhoven’s funkiest fashion boutiques, as well as smaller independent stores.

Visit Van Gogh’s home town

About six miles east of Eindhoven is the charming little town of Nuenen, best known as the former home of Vincent Van Gogh as well as the site of one of the decisive battles of Operation Market Garden at the end of World War II.

Many of Van Gogh’s famous paintings were of the town and its surroundings and you can find out more in the excellent Vincentre, which details the great artist’s life and work during his time in Nuenen.

While it’s an industrial powerhouse, Eindhoven retains plenty of its Dutch charm and has much to intrigue the visitor. With car rental at Eindhoven Airport you can see the best of it then venture into the rest of the Netherlands.