Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Aulnay-sous-Bois page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Eight and a half miles northeast of Paris is the suburb of Aulnay-Sous-Bois, which, though a commune in its own right, is also a commuter area for people working in France's capital city. Archaeological remains dating back 8,000 years have been found in the area. During the Middle Ages, two communities, Parc and Vieux Pays, developed in the area. The coming of the railway in 1875 brought growth and prosperity, and after the two communities at last settled their differences and came together, Aulnay-Sous-Bois was recognised in 1903. The building of residential homes continued apace through the early 20th century to accommodate those coming to work in the developing chemical and engineering sectors. Today, the cosmetics giant l'Oreal has a large base in the area, although the largest employer by far is PSA Peugeot Citroen. The local railway station is on the Mainline from Paris to Soissons.For car hire in Aulnay you can't beat Enterprise Rent-A-Car.
Enterprises really does have an outstanding range of cars and vans to choose from, all from major manufacturers. Enterprise takes great care with its fleet; it understands how important reliability is to its customers, which is why every car undergoes a regular maintenance check. Whatever your motoring requirements while in Aulnay-Sous-Bois, Enterprise will meet them. Perhaps you are planning to stay local and are looking for a small, economical car to get you around. If so, one of Enterprise's zippy hatchbacks will suit your purpose nicely. And it isn't just hatchbacks: saloon cars, premium motors and vans of different sizes, Enterprise does the lot, including roomy people carriers.
Whatever vehicle you choose for your hire car, you will get an unbeatable deal from Enterprise. It is all very well getting a nice car, but if it leaves a large hole in your wallet or purse, you more than likely will look elsewhere next time you need car hire. This is why Enterprise do quality cars and vans at a price to suit your budget. The place to find the best deals and details of what is on offer is on the Enterprise website. You can even book your vehicle using the online booking form.
There are tremendous advantages to booking a hire car and arranging it to be ready for you as soon as you depart the airport building. This is particularly advantageous at large airports where queues for public transport and taxis are likely to be extremely busy, potentially causing a significant delay to your onward journey. Charles De Gaulle Airport and Orly Airport serve Paris and its environs and they are both busy international facilities; Enterprise has a branch at both.
The 12th-century church of Saint Sulspice is the oldest building in the area. It was built by stonecutters working at a nearby Benedictine Abbey. It is an attractive building, with white walls and long rectangular windows, and is topped with tan roof tiles. It is somewhat reminiscent of brown and white correspondent shoes. Sausset departmental Park provides an opportunity for visitors to take a break, have a stroll, and in good weather, perhaps a picnic. Throughout the year, Aulnay hosts a number of festivals. Easter sees a huge shopping fair come to the town square; a mixture of real antiques and car-boot bric-a-brac.
The Basilica of France's patron saint, Denys, in nearby Saint Denys, dates back to 1144. Work done on the choir stall indicates that it was here that all the elements of what would become the Gothic architectural style were first employed. For over a thousand years, most of France's Kings were buried here, although some were disinterred during the French Revolution. The obvious place to visit while in Aulnay is Paris. Drop your hire car at a commuter station just outside the central zone and catch public transport into the heart of the city where the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, Moulin Rouge and a host of other attractions await the attention of visitors.
Drivers shouldn't find motoring around the general area of Aulnay any different than driving anywhere else in France. The key is to know the French traffic regulations and to make sure you don't breach them. People often hear horror stories about driving in the centre of Paris; these are best disregarded. As long as you are a confident, competent driver with a good idea of the route you are following, you shouldn't have a problem. Of course, you can make life easier for yourself by driving through the city when it is at its quietest. Parking in Aulnay is not an issue; there are a number of pay sites such as Urbis on Place de General De Gaulle, and also at the facility on Avenue Kleber.