8Rental Initiates Marketing Campaign Amid Europe’s Inflation


Key Takeaways

  • 8Rental operates across Europe with 240+ outlets, providing extensive accessibility.
  • The company boasts knowledgeable drivers familiar with European routes and cities.
  • Physical offices in tourist hubs enable tailored travel plans for each client.
  • 8Rental manages all holiday aspects, offering simplified, quoted prices.
  • Amid challenges, 8Rental aims to rejuvenate European tourism through reliable transportation and comprehensive planning.

Luxembourg–European chauffeur-driven car and bus rental company 8Rental issued a press release to promote their services on November 30.

The premium car, minivan, and bus-renting organization operates all over Europe and attempts to revitalize the continent’s struggling tourism sector.

According to their website, 8Rental has over 240 outlets, operating with a total of 1,400 vehicles. The types of vehicles they offer include:

  • Cars with a driver for up to 3 passengers
  • Compact minibusses with 6-8 seats
  • Minibusses with 16-19 seats
  • Buses with 29-63 seats

Tailored Services and All-Inclusive Planning

The organization boasts a team of well-spoken drivers who are well-versed in European routes and cities. 

ALSO READ:  Portugal Scraps Golden Visa and Bans New Airbnbs in Cities

The company having physical offices in major tourist cities, including London, Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, and Barcelona, among other popular cities, allows a large degree of flexibility for the company to offer “tailor-made itineraries” to suit the specific needs of each client.

The organization offers one-day and multi-day trips and also offers to organize all aspects of a holiday, making the quoted price all-inclusive and easier to plan.

Europe’s struggling tourism sector

According to research by a travel management company, TravelPerk, although significantly higher than last year, travel prices (including flights, accommodations, and rail) have fallen by at least eight percent over the last two months compared to the first three quarters of 2022.

“2022 has seen a huge recovery in travel, particularly business travel, as companies from across the world have finally been able to put Covid behind them,” said JC Taunay Bucalo, chief revenue officer at TravelPerk, adding that the surge in demand, combined with other external factors, led to significant inflation this year in the cost of flights, rail, and accommodation. 

ALSO READ:  Dubrovnik's New Initiative: Become a Digital Nomad Ambassador

What We Think

8Rental’s diverse fleet and personalized approach to travel planning represent a boon for the reviving tourism sector in Europe. The ability to tailor itineraries according to individual preferences contributes to a seamless travel experience, enhancing the appeal of their services.

As travel prices fluctuate post-pandemic, the company’s commitment to offering all-inclusive services stands out, providing travelers with the ease of planning and enjoying their journeys without worrying about additional costs.

This customer-centric approach aligns well with the evolving needs of travelers in a recovering tourism landscape.

Read the entire press release here.


Aqil K
Aqil K
Aqil writes about travel, tourism, and covers the many aspects of the digital nomad lifestyle.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here


The Nomad Weekly Newsletter

Your weekly roundup of digital nomad news, visa information, destination tips and resources.

Recent Posts

Curaçao Digital Nomad Visa: Requirements, Application Process, Fee, More

Table of contentsQuick Facts About CuraçaoDoes Curaçao have a...

Peru Introduces a New Opportunity for Digital Nomads: The Digital Nomad Visa

Key TakeawaysPeru introduces a digital nomad visa allowing remote...

South Korea Unveils New Visas to Boost Tourism and Embrace Digital Workforce

Key TakeawaysSouth Korea is launching a K-culture training visa...