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Created: Friday, September 11, 2020
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698 €
Based on 2 adults
Created: Friday, September 11, 2020
Destinations: Brussels, Bruges, Amsterdam
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04 Apr
Transport from Bilbao to Brussels
Brussels Airlines Brussels Airlines - SN3714
14:20 - Bilbao, Bilbao (BIO)
16:10 - Brussels, Brussels Natl (BRU)
1h 50m 0 PC Nonstop
Flight: SN3714
Cabin Class: Economy
04 Apr
Car rental
A/C 4 doors 5 people
C FORD FOCUS or similar
Fuel Policy: Pickup full return full
Manual transmission
Unlimited mileage
Extras: Pay at pick-up office 90,75 €
Tasa de solo ida - 90,75 €
Driver age

Minimum 23, Maximum 80

Fuel Policy
Lleno-lleno. Se entrega el coche lleno y se devuelve lleno. Si no se devuelve lleno, el proveedor le cobrará el combustible más tasas.
General payment terms
Prepago. En el momento de recoger su vehiculo es necesario presentar como garantía una tarjeta de crédito válida, cuyo titular debe corresponder al conductor que figura en la reserva. Las tarjetas de prepago o de débito, como Maestro, Visa Electron o Visa Premier, no son aceptadas a la recogida del vehículo.

En la recogida del vehículo se cargará por lo general una cantidad como fianza en la tarjeta de crédito del cliente. Esta fianza corresponde normalmente con el monto de la franquicia, más el depósito de combustible (tarjetas de débito, tarjetas de crédito prepago así como dinero en efectivo no son aceptados). Por favor, nótese que ciertos proveedores no aceptaran tarjetas de crédito American Express, Carte Bleue, Union Pay, Visa Premier o Diners Club, por ello, le recomendamos el uso de Visa o Mastercard. En caso que la tarjeta de crédito no sea válida o de que no disponga de suficiente crédito, el proveedor no podrá entregarle el vehículo y no se procederá a ningún reembolso por la reserva. Para vehículos de alta gama es obligatorio presentar una segunda tarjeta de crédito, para la cual es preciso que esté al mismo nombre. La tarjeta de crédito no debe ser emitido por la misma entidad.Cantidad estimada del depósito: EUR 1350

Theft protection
con franquicia de 1.200 EUR
Collision damage waiver
con franquicia de 1.200 EUR

BRUSSELS AIRPORT - Telephone: 027206044


Opening hours:07:30 - 22:30

La estación se encuentra en el aeropuerto. Por favor siga las indicaciones hasta llegar a la estación de alquiler de vehículos.

AMSTERDAM-SCHIPHOL AP S - Telephone 027206044


Opening hours:06:00 - 23:30

La estación se encuentra en el aeropuerto. Por favor siga las indicaciones hasta llegar a la estación de alquiler de vehículos.
04 Apr
1. Brussels
About the city: From its breathtaking medieval centre to its 21st-century temple to Surrealism, the new Magritte Museum, Brussels offers the visitor a great deal more than just beer and chocolate and is resoundingly unlike its unfortunate staid image as the home of EU bureaucrats. Indeed, Brussels is a creative, dynamic city. Its compact city centre is clustered with bars, restaurants and museums set along cobbled streets. Inevitably, most tourists head to the Grand-Place. With its ornate Flemish guild houses, impressive Town Hall and buzzing atmosphere, it would be difficult to find a more beautiful square in the whole of Europe. It deservedly is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is the city’s crowning jewel. Wander next to the nearby Royal and Sablon districts teeming with art galleries and antique shops. Throw away your map and meander down a myriad side streets, discovering flea markets, art-deco houses and boutique stores. The Bruxellois take pride in their self-effacing, intellectual sense of humour, underpinned by a strong appreciation of the bizarre. The city has a long-running love affair with the Surrealist art movement, pioneered by René Magritte, and with classic comic strips, epitomised by Hergé's boy hero, Tintin. There's a telling irony in the fact that the city's best-known landmark is the Manneken-Pis, a tiny statuette of a urinating boy. Meanwhile, all of this sits alongside world-class collections of art, fabulous cooking including mussels, frites, waffles and whelks, some of Europe’s best and unique beers (literally, there are thousands of varieties), and master-chocolatiers. The city’s cultural calendar is packed with events for everyone from the massive, raucous Foire du Midi street fair every July teeming with stalls and fairground attractions to the legendary Christmas Market that takes centre stage in the Place Sainte Catherine with 240 stalls, a skating rink, a big wheel, and numerous rides. One of the biggest events is Art Brussels, showcasing the city’s edgier, creative side and a hub for art connoisseurs from around the globe. If you’re a Euro-loving national, check out the European Quarter, centered around Schuman and the Berlaymont. Its liveliest part is the Place du Luxembourg: all its bars fill up around 6pm on week days with some of the 20,000 diplomats, politicians and civil servants who reside in the city after Brussels became the centre of international political following WWII. Open your eyes and you’ll be pleasantly surprised by all that Brussels has to offer.
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07 Apr
Car journey 102 Kilometers - 1h 22m
07 Apr
2. Bruges
About the city: Bruges is Europe’s sleeping beauty. It is the best-preserved example of northern Renaissance architecture in Europe, with the beauty of its romantic canals and remarkable facades matched only by its art. Bruges is a museum pulled inside out, displayed with loving touch and subtlety that most curators can only dream of. After dark buildings and canals are beautifully illuminated and the sight is just breathtaking. The centre of town is the Markt, a gorgeous square presided by the remarkable Beffroi, a medieval bell tower and one of the city's most prominent symbols. For a beautiful panorama of the city’s circular perimeter, climb the steps of the Beffroi. The 14th century Stadhuis, the town hall, is a good example of flamboyant Gothic architecture. Many Flemish masters worked in Bruges, some of their masterpieces are housed in the excellent Groeninge Museum. The perfectly preserved medieval tower of Our Lady's Church is the highest tower in Bruges. The Church of our Lady contains Michelangelo´s soft and touching Madonna and Child, there is also a fantastically ornate wood pulpit. Located in the right-hand corner of Burg Square, the Basilica of the Holy Blood, dating from 1150, is made up of a Romanesque lower chapel and a Gothic upper chapel. Two levels are strikingly different: the Romanesque lower level is austere with little ornamentation, whereas the Gothic upper level is pulses with colourful detail. The two chapels are connected by a grand brick staircase, which climbs behind the grand facade facing the square. Today’s stairs and facade are a 19th-century reconstruction of the 1533 Renaissance versions, demolished during the French occupation following the French Revolution. The Minnewater, dubbed Lake of Love, and its lovely park is one of the first things you see in the city of Bruges, when arriving by train or coach. The lake and surrounding park offer an excellent retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city`s sights and streets. The many resident swan couples form the finishing touch to its romantic character. At the Lake of Love Bruges seems even more picturesque than usual. Charmingly medieval, Bruges is a unique place. Strolling along its alleys, picturesque canals and verdant ramparts you cannot but fall hopelessly in love with her elegant mysteriousness.
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08 Apr
Car journey 266 Kilometers - 3h 9m
08 Apr
3. Amsterdam
About the city: Amsterdam has an atmosphere all of its own, through an amalgam of concentric canals, vintage bicycles, idyllic parks and scintillating galleries. Few experiences can compare with cycling the Grachtengordel, the girdle of canals that radiate south from Central Station that are lined with a crazy quilt of narrow residences dating from the city's Golden Age. While motor vehicles customarily blight the cityscapes of other European capitals, a constant flow of bicycles seem only to enhance Amsterdam’s beauty. Enter an alternate universe where non-motorised transport is the norm, every bridge and thoroughfare features a bike lane and motorists customarily defer to their two-wheeled counterparts. Amsterdam remains a global crossroads and an ever-vibrant centre of art, music and culture, with a never-ending cavalcade of exhibitions, concerts, plays and festivals. Aside from such monoliths of art as the Rijks and Van Gogh museums, there are myriad less-visited spaces on quirkier themes. The festival line-up is equally varied, devoted to everything from fringe theatre to minimal music to tattoos, and in late summer the renowned canals become the stage for a series of chamber music concerts. Revelry is at its peak on King’s Day, a birthday party for the King This is when the capital is clad in patriotic orange, the canals brim with party boats and the city turns into a huge flea market as everyone empties their closets on the pavement and hawks their clutter.
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11 Apr
Transport from Amsterdam to Bilbao
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines KLM Royal Dutch Airlines - KL1685
9:15 - Amsterdam, Schiphol (AMS)
11:20 - Bilbao, Bilbao (BIO)
2h 5m 0 PC Nonstop Fare: LIGHT2
Flight: KL1685
Cabin Class: Economy
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