Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Paris page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Wherever you find us in Paris, Enterprise has a wide range of rental vehicles for you to pick from. We can offer you spacious cars with enough room to carry all of your luggage, ideal for families on a short trip to the capital. If you're moving larger groups of people or cargo across the city, Enterprise also offers SUVs, vans and people carriers for hire. Whatever your needs, we've got the right size and style of car to fit your trip. Our online guide to our rental cars has more information.
At Enterprise, we pride ourselves on being able to offer some of the best quality vehicles at excellent hire rates to our customers. All of our vehicles are modern, clean and give a superb driving experience. They're all rated to great fuel efficiency standards as well, saving you money. If you want to save further, you can also book online with us in advance. Our advance booking discounts give our customers the best chance to save money by planning their journeys in advance.
The metropolitan area of Paris contains more things to see and do than we could ever possibly list. However, you may wish to see the highlights of Paris if you're on holiday. These are generally considered to be the majestic Eiffel Tower, the sprawling Louvre art museum, the Arc de Triomphe, Les Jardin des Plantes and the Grand Palais. The many Catholic chapels of Paris are also world famous, as are the open spaces and boulevards that surround the centre. If you're looking for more modern attractions, Paris also contains a seemingly never-ending supply of retail shops, theme parks and theatres.
Begin your Parisian adventure right when you step off the plane with airport car hire in Paris. No lengthy transfers or waiting around, just reserve a car online and then head over to our in-terminal car rental desk.
The enormous Parisian road network means that it is easy to drive to nearby attractions, as well. The Palace of Versailles is probably the closest and most popular major sightseeing location, but there are many other sites that you could visit. The four separate national parks that surround Paris are often overlooked by those looking for a day out in the French countryside. The port of Le Havre is also a two and a half-hour drive away if you're hoping for a day on the northern French coast.
Road traffic in Paris is usually fairly intense. While the outskirts of the city are usually hassle-free, the small streets of the centre can sometimes be tricky to navigate due to congestion at peak times. If you plan your journey in advance and avoid work hours, you may find driving to key locations within the core a lot easier. Reflecting this, paid parking garages (such as those offered by the Parisian franchise Q-Park) are easy to find in most arrondissements of Paris. Spaces in smaller areas may be in short supply.