Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Boulogne Billancourt page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Boulogne Billancourt is adjacent to Paris and is part of the Hauts-de-Seine region. It has around 110,000 residents and is known for being a rather bourgeois area and one of the most populated communes of the Paris metropolitan area. It isn't particularly popular as a major tourist destination but does have some noteworthy buildings from the 1930's and a fine array of avant-garde architecture. Indeed, leading architects such as Le Corbusier, Perrault and Lurçat designed many buildings here, often for artists residing in the area, producing a diverse range of styles. Without a doubt, spending time in Boulogne Billancourt will give you insight into its interesting past! The area benefits from two Enterprise branches nearby, one at Paris Porte de Versailles, and the other at Paris Porte Orleans Montrouge. Both branches are just a few miles from Boulogne Billancourt and close to the Paris ring road, offering easy access to the city and its suburbs.
Enterprise offers an excellent choice of vehicles when you're looking for Boulogne Billancourt car hire and the two branches nearby can more than meet your needs, whether for business or leisure. For example, compact cars are ideal for city driving, while economy cars help when you're on a budget, without compromising on comfort and quality. At the top of the range, Enterprise also has luxury cars to hire, as well as people carriers for more space, and SUVs for driving in the countryside.
When it comes to car rental in Boulogne Billancourt, it's easy to book online with Enterprise at either of the two nearest branches. Benefit from the wide range of cars and vans at competitive prices, giving you the peace of mind that you don't have to scour the Internet to get the best deals when booking online with Enterprise. Adding extras is easy too, like a satnav to help you find your way around, or a child seat for younger passengers. Save money for prepaid rental and make the most of the fleet of fuel-efficient vehicles, which are economical when you're driving lots of miles.
The nearest airport to Boulogne Billancourt is Paris Orly, which is around a 20-minute drive via the Paris ring road. Orly has its own Enterprise branch, so you can collect your hire car from the airport terminal and drive to Boulogne Billancourt to begin your holiday or business trip.
Visit the town hall, designed by Tony Garnier. It's both ornate and ostentatious, showing off the wealth of the area. Next door is the Musée des Années 30, which is interesting, given the architecture in the area, and well worth a visit. The Musée Albert Kahn also harks back to the 1930s and has impressive gardens as well as displays of images and films about the life and work of the banker, Albert Kahn. Spend some quality time outdoors at the Parc Edmond-de-Rothschild. This large outdoor space has nice shady walks, space for picnics and ball games on the grass, as well as a small children's play area.
Visit the Chateau de Versailles, around a 25-minute drive from Boulogne Billancourt, via the N118. Here you'll find an example of French artistic beauty and an incredible history. The palace boasts amazing architecture and wall paintings, and has huge gardens to explore. Since Boulogne Billancourt is so close to the centre of Paris (around six miles away), you could drive in to see some of the legendary sights, including the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, the Louvre and Notre Dame. If you have children with you, a trip to Paris' Disneyland is always a treat and will take around 50 minutes from Boulogne Billancourt, via the A4.
Since Boulogne Billancourt is a built-up area close to Paris; traffic will be busy at times. Therefore, plan in advance for your journey and take a satnav for assistance with directions. Nonetheless, there's a good choice of routes in the area, which is outside of the Paris ring road. Parking in the area is possible using public car parks, such as the Parking Q-Park Hôtel de Ville / Mairie. You may also be able to park on the street and pay at a nearby parking meter.