Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Mulhouse page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
In eastern France, close to France's border with Germany and Switzerland, is the city of Mulhouse, home to Upper Alsace University. By the time of the Holy Roman Empire, Mulhouse was already established as a town, although it didn't become part of France until 1798. Since then, as part of Alsace Lorraine, ownership has changed several times, becoming part of Germany during the Franco-Prussian War and only being returned to France after the First World War. Mulhouse is sometimes referred to as the Manchester of France because of the growth of the cotton industry in the town during the 19th century, and the link with American cotton plantations. Today, the city is an important centre for the French automotive industry; Peugeot is the biggest employer in the area. Chemical production and electronic engineering are also important components of the local economy. Click the link for details of Enterprise Rent-A-Car in Mulhouse.
When it comes to car hire, different customers have different motoring requirements. This is why Enterprise has a great choice of cars and vans available. The Enterprise fleet is comprised of cars from leading manufacturers, and every vehicle undergoes a regular maintenance schedule. No matter what car you usually drive, why not try something different - perhaps a sporty SUV, or one of Enterprise's premium vehicles? Sometimes circumstances dictate need, such as when you are travelling with a group of people. Save money on public transport fares and spend more time together by hiring a people carrier.
What could be worse than coming to pay for what you believed was cheap car hire, only to find that the price you had been quoted was only half the picture, because of lots of add-ons? You can be assured that won't happen with Enterprise. The price quoted is the price you pay, and not a penny more. Check the Enterprise website for details of the best deals. There are lots of ways to save: for example, a car providing great fuel economy will save on petrol costs, and paying for your hire vehicle well in advance will also make sure you keep more of your money for yourself.
There is a lot to be said for coming straight out of an airport terminal building and getting into a pre-booked hire car. No hauling luggage to the nearest public transport hub to queue with everyone else, and no expensive taxi fares. Instead, you can be away to your destination in minutes. The International Airport at Basel Mulhouse Freiburg is 13 miles southeast of Mulhouse, close to Basel. It is jointly operated by Switzerland and France, with about 30 operators flying to mainly European and Middle East destinations. Enterprise has a branch at the airport.
Mulhouse has a disproportionate number of museums for its size, so visitors need never be bored. Most famous are the automotive and railway museums, both of which are the largest of their kind in the world. The motor museum has over 500 exhibits; many being complete cars. It houses a Serpollet and a Peugeot VIS-À-VIS Type 26, both made in 1902. It also has one of the finest collections of Bugattis anywhere. There are many interesting buildings dotted about the city, such as the Town Hall, dating from 1533. Mulhouse has a zoo with over 900 different animals, and plays a major role in conservation projects.
Visitors to Mulhouse are close to the borders of two other European countries, Switzerland and Germany, so providing you have the necessary paper work, visiting Freiburg in Germany shouldn't be a problem. The city is the gateway to the Black Forest and has a splendid medieval minster, with the only Gothic tower in Germany. At the front of the minster is Cathedral Square, where a large farmers' market takes place each Sunday. Basel has an archaeological museum and the Whale House, famous as a set location for the film Suspirra. Basel is in Switzerland, a 23-mile drive from Mulhouse. It is home to the oldest art museum in Europe and also has an archaeological museum, art museum and one dedicated to caricatures and cartoons.
Roads in this part of France are well maintained with good signposting, so drivers shouldn't have a problem. It is important to know the rules French motorists have to adhere to, and you should check whether you need an Environmental Sticker, because if required and don't have one, you could incur a large fine. There are over 3,000 spaces at street level and in underground car parks in Mulhouse, and over 4,000 on the streets, plus some free parking if you can locate it. Two large parking areas in the city are at the university and Nouveau Bassin.