Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Champagne Ardenne page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Champagne Ardenne might be famous for its bubbles, but its limestone hills, immense lakes, and parks make it even more compelling. It's a favourite among hikers, bikers, and horse riders. It's also one of the five towns that UNESCO has listed according to its cultural heritage and art. The Fortified Chateau of Sedan comes to life each year during the medieval festival of Sedan. Of course, any town that takes its beverages as seriously as this one does also offer up delectable dishes like traditional pig's trotters and artisanal cheeses. The vineyards are a perfect destination for foodies because they offer magnificent pairings to go with their vistas. The area is also home to the Arthur Rimbaud Museum, a favourite among poets and literature fans. You'll find Enterprise Rent-a-Car branches in the centre of the city of Reims.
Regardless of your needs, Enterprise has precisely the vehicle to suit your trip. Everyone from corporate travellers to off-road adventurers are catered for. Eco-friendly travellers will adore what a car can do for their carbon footprints. Enterprise also offers SUVs if you need something with a bit more power and room. People-carriers are perfect for larger groups or families, with plenty of room in the boot for luggage.
France's public transport systems often carry a hefty price, particularly if you're covering a lot of ground in a single trip. Your schedule should be your own, and only car rental can offer you that at such a budget-friendly price. In return, you get the open road and all its freedom. There are always ways to chop even more off your car rental costs. Book a prepaid service or use the online system for discounted rates. Grab a coupon or two while you're in cyberspace, and finish your savings strategy by choosing a hybrid that isn't expensive to run.
If you're flying in to the local Vatry International Airport, you can head north to Reims to pick up your car at the city's Enterprise branch. The airport is large enough to serve the north and south-east of Champagne, and is served by three airlines. Alternatively, should you be coming in through Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport, you will find an Enterprise branch on site.
The Cathedrale Notre Dame will show you the beauty and extravagance of the medieval era. Its interior is covered in stained glass and petalled rose facades. You'll also find works by Chagall, which are almost as magnificent as the gothic organ case and 15th-century clock. The Palais du Tau is a Unesco heritage site that once acted as an archbishop's home. The Joan of Arc statue can be viewed from the cathedral in Reims, and if you want to know how champagne is made, the Taittinger headquarters will provide a presentation that's decidedly unpretentious. L'Assiette Champegnoise has a coveted three Michelin stars, so arrive hungry, but if you prefer your dishes to be served in a more casual setting, the Claire et Hugo street food tour will charm your tongue as well as your heart.
The Champagne region is barely a hundred miles from Paris, so you can arrange a one-way rental in Champagne Ardenne and drop it off in the capital city. Aube, Marne, and Haute-Marne are all part of the area. In Aube, you'll find galleries and museums galore, alongside Nigloland theme park. Marne is famous for its lake and cathedrals, and Haute Marne has a wealth of art and history. Troyes has a different kind of charm, which is inspired by its timbered houses and pedestrian streets.
France has exquisite food and fascinating adventures around every corner, so it deserves to be experienced at a leisurely pace. If you're doing a road trip, you'll find the tarmac well maintained and the drivers conscientious. You'll need to carry a collection of safety items including a high visibility vest and hazard triangle. Brush up on your French road signs before you leave, particularly as they relate to parking. Street parking is regulated by the time of day and day of the week to make room for traffic and maintenance. You'll need insurance and breakdown coverage, but your European license is valid.