Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Beaucroissant page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Beaucroissant is a small village in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region in southeastern France, situated less than 20 miles northwest of the regional capital, Grenoble. Beaucroissant is located at the intersection of the main transport links in the region that includes the French Alps, which are part of the largest mountain range in Europe. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in Beaucroissant, on the D1085 departmental road, is just over a mile, or four minutes' drive, from the town centre via the Route du Champ de Foire, and less than 10 minutes' walk from the railway station at Gare de Beaucroissant. The Enterprise branch at Grenoble Train Station is approximately 24 miles, or 30 minutes' drive, southeast of Beaucroissant, while the Enterprise branch at Chambery Airport, to the northeast, is less than 60 minutes' drive away.
If you are considering your options for Beaucroissant car hire, you will find that Enterprise offers a broad selection of modern, reliable vehicles for hire to meet your needs. If you are taking a large family on, say, an outdoor leisure holiday and you need extra space for luggage and equipment, without impinging on the comfort of your passengers, you might like to consider one of the range of people-carriers available for hire from Enterprise. Options include a mini MPV, full-size MPV or even a mini bus, capable of carrying nine passengers and six bags.
Online booking with Enterprise makes car rental in Beaucroissant a doddle. With just a few clicks, you can choose your location, your pick-up and return dates, and your vehicle class. Whenever you choose to pay, Enterprise rates are affordable, but if you choose the "Pay Now" option, you can save 10 percent on the daily rate for any vehicle, compared with paying at the counter when you collect the vehicle. You can also receive coupons, discounts and special offers from Enterprise by email, or sign up for the loyalty programme, known as "Enterprise Plus", which allows you to earn reward points towards free rentals.
The nearest airport to Beaucroissant with an Enterprise branch is Chambery Airport, approximately 53 miles, or 55 minutes' drive, to the northeast of Beaucroissant, in the district of Voglans. The fastest route by road is via the A48, or l'autoroute du Dauphiné, and the A43, or l'autoroute de la Maurienne.
Beaucroissant is probably best known for two major fairs, which take place in April and September each year and attract hundreds of thousands of visitors. The Fair of Beaucroissant in September is, in fact, one of the largest in France. On September 14 each year, huge crowds climb in procession to the Chapel of Parménie, or Priory of the Holy Cross, a monument on a hillside above the village. The area boasts exceptional natural heritage, with some of the most magnificent, unspoilt countryside in Europe, making it a pre-eminent destination for lovers of the wild outdoors.
Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes is well known for its mountain landscapes, outdoor leisure activities and rich architectural and cultural heritage. Grenoble, known as "the Capital of the Alps", offers opportunities for climbing, hiking, skiing and snowboarding, and is just a short drive away from Beaucroissant, down the A48. Chambéry, too, lies close to the ski resorts of the Alps, but its historic centre features architectural highlights such as Saint-André square, the former Palace of the Dauphiné Parliament and the Chateau of the Dukes of Savoy, which dates from the 11th century. The Saturday morning market, which features cheese, meat and other local produce, is well worth a visit. Other cities in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes worth visiting include Lyon, with a reputation as a gastronomic capital, Annecy, famous for its Vieille Ville, or Old Town, and Château d'Annecy, and one of the oldest cities in France, Clermont-Ferrand.
During the spring and autumn fairs in Beaucroissant, additional, low-cost car parks are made available and visitors are requested not to park on the streets when parking is prohibited. Many of the hotels in Beaucroissant provide ample, free parking for guests, and the surrounding area is rural, so traffic is typically light except during the spring and autumn fairs.