Car Rental in Charleroi – South Brussels Airport
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The CharleroiSouth Brussels Airport (CRL) covers the area of Charleroi and southern Brussels. It lies some 45 km away from the Belgium capital city and is easily accessible from A54 route, exit 24. On GocarRental.com you can rent a car at the Brussels Charleroi airport at the lowest prices available, thanks to our direct comparison method which lists every car rental agencies (for instance, Avis, Hertz and Europcar). By filling in the online form, you can compare the prices of the car rental companies at the Brussels Charleroi airport, with the advantage of not having to consult each and every website to compare the costs. In this way, you can reserve your car from home and collect it as quickly as can be at the airport: you only need to show your voucher, your driving license, and an ID document.
What to do near the Charleroi – South Brussels Airport
Once you arrive in Brussels, you will have a huge amount of choice, especially if you have rented a car. Some of the mustsee spots are the Beaux Arts museum, which hosts some of the most important masterpieces of European painting; the Comics Museum; and the Grand Place with its neighboring districts which compose a charming network of small streets rich in interesting cafés. You will find it beautiful to lose yourself in what is undoubtedly the most beautiful part of the city for taking a walk. Discovering Brussels by foot or by car moves into the beautiful exploration of Brussels by night: you can choose, for one, to explore the magnificent Place du Luxemburg.
Beaux Arts Museum
Driving near the Charleroi – South Brussels Airport
As its name suggests, the Charleroi Airport is a crucial link, not only for Brussels but also for the city of Charleroi. Charleroi is one of the five most important cities in Belgium and Wallonia’s biggest city. Located in the Hainaut region, Charleroi has plenty of green parks, commercial routes, markets, touristic infrastructures and, above all, sightseeing spots. Formerly “the Capital of the Black Country” for its carbon extraction activities, today Charleroi is a topnotch touristic spot for families. In the city center you can visit a famous belfry, a bell tower that was named UNESCO World Heritage Site. While you are in Charleroi, you may as well aim at visiting some other interesting places: first, the bois de Cazier, the mine sadly famous for the Sarcinelle tragedy and that has recently been turned into a museum; second, the d’Aulne abbey, a brasserie that brews a very ancient monk beer; finally, the Monceau sur Sambre, a huge park next to the river with an ecological pathway divided in thirty stages. Don’t miss the celebrated botanical gardens from Mons to Tournai. With a “bus + train” ticket you may also reach Thuin, the small village of Ragnes, the MarchienneauPont castle, the Trazegnies castle or, finally, the potproduction center of Chatelet.