Europcar Newcastle City Centre - KwaZulu Natal at your leisure It’s a town that shares its name with twenty-seven other venues throughout the world but Newcastle has its own dramatic history that makes it one of the most interesting towns in South Africa. It’s one of the biggest towns in northern KwaZulu-Natal and it’s situated in the beautiful and peaceful Natal Midlands. Go and explore in your Europcar Newcastle City Centre rental by driving from the city centre pick-up depot to the Town Hall which was built in 1897 to celebrate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee, or visit the Carnegie Art Gallery, which displays local art. A wealth of culture available at the end of your steering wheel.Newcastle was originally called Post Halt Two and then briefly Viljoensdorp. To date the city's history is filled with epic battles that have raged between Zulus, Voortrekkers, British and Boers. Let us at Drive South Africa arrange your rental car with Newcastle City Centre Europcar so you can visit the important battle sites of Laing’s Nek, Majuba and Schuinshoogte. Also, be sure you don't pass through Newcastle without heading to the institution that is Snowy’s Biltong shop. A much loved attraction of tastebuds.
Experience the new and the old with Europcar Newcastle City Centre The scenery around Newcastle is breathtaking and there are many sites close by that you should drive to in your Europcar Newcastle City Centre rental. The Chelmsford Nature Reserve has game which includes rhino and zebra and the dam is popular for fishing and boating. The Ncandu Forest at the edge of the Drakensberg escarpment has pristine walking and horse trails and beautiful waterfalls.This is 4x4 and campervan territory and with Drive South Africa we arrange affordable vehicle hire of all sorts. If Newcastle’s City Centre Europcar branch doesn't have the vehicle you're looking for, we'll browse through our database of suppliers and rates to find you the right vehicle at the right price. Enjoy the self-drive holiday of a lifetime with us here at Drive South Africa.