Driving in Holland varies from the UK so use this Sixt guide for advice and tips to ensure that you have a safe and pleasant journey.
Here are some rules and driving tips to take a note of when driving in Holland:
Mobile telephones may only be used with a hands-free system whilst driving in Holland. Even holding a mobile in a moving vehicle is considered an offence.
Here are the legal speed limits for driving in Holland:
Here are the compulsory documents and equipment to carry:
Sixt car rental has a number of branches in Holland scattered all over the country including all the major cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht.
Drive through the capital city of Amsterdam and explore its many museums, bars and canals. If you go just outside of the City you can go to Zaanse Schans a small town with six windmills, a wooden shoe workshop, a cheese farm and much more.
Visit Rotterdam and go to the Euromast for a fantastic view of the city, the Erasmus bridge which has become an important part of the cities landscape or Laurenskerk which is a church, one of the oldest buildings in the city dating back to medieval times and finished in 1525.
You might want to go to the Hague, The seat of the government and while you’re there take in some of the sights. Madurodam is a miniature city of famous miniature buildings of Holland and well worth checking out. Go to the Palace Noordeinde, built in 1533 and the official work and reception palace for Queen Beatrix or check out the Oude Stadhuis (Old Town Hall) built in 1564 for some more history.
Drive to some of the picturesque countryside in Holland by driving to the Village of Bemelen. Or maybe you could take a trip to Daalhof and see the Daalhof Tower built during the cold war and originally used to check the local airspace for military planes.
You will be able to make the most of your time in Holland with you Sixt car rental. You can explore the country at your own leisure and enjoy everything that it has to offer because Sixt will meet the requirements of your car rental needs.
After reading our Germany driving tips why not have a look at some of the other locations we have covered including Portugal,Spain and the Czech Republic.
* Please note: All information was correct at the time of publication.