Car and Van Hire in Chaumont

Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Chaumont page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.

Car and Van rental in Chaumont

Chaumont received its first settlers in the 10th century, and spread out with the progression of history. It has an era to serve every interest, from turreted 13th-century homes to 16th-century mansions. It even has a castle and feudal keep, which looks out over the Suize Valley. As is the case with most towns in this part of France, its charm lies in its dark medieval past, which is set against a vista green and leafy enough for any fairy tale. You'll find the junction of the Seine, Aube and Meuse here, but it's better known for its "bald" mountain, which was once used as a strategic military point. The chapel of the Jesuits was built in 1640 and houses a famous Claude Collignon altarpiece. You will find your Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch a short way from the D619

Our Vehicles for Hire in Chaumont

Road trips in France deserve to be done in grand style, so Enterprise offers a range of estate, exotic and convertible vehicles. Families and economy travellers needingcheap car and van hire in Chaumont have access to a range of minis, monospace passenger and economy cars that are light on fuel. A lineup of people carriers is also provided. This range includes compact minivans and massive, nine passenger minibuses. The SUV range is provided for those who need a crossover or small model.

Cheap Car and Van Hire in Chaumont

Loyalty deserves to be rewarded, so Enterprise Plus lets users collect points towards free or discounted rentals. An email programme will keep you up to date with emerging discounts, and prepaid booking options let you push your price down even more. Your money should go to your holiday entertainment, and not your fuel, so choose a hybrid or economy model and book online for a better deal. You can even manage your rental with an iOS or Android app. Car hire doesn't get simpler than this.

Airport Car Hire

The Dijon Airbase is the closest airport to Chaumont and services a range of domestic airlines from France. You can fetch your Enterprise Chaumont car hire in central Dijon. Alternatively, Dole-Jura Airport is served by a few foreign airlines, including Ryanair and Air Corsica.

Attractions in Chaumont

Chaumont was the home of the Counts of Champagne, whose viaduct was built in the 11th and 12th centuries. The local tourist office offers trips to the primary heritage sites, but if you prefer to do an independent tour, don't miss The Basilica of St. Jean-Baptiste. France's graphic design centre is in Chaumont, so a collection of posters and the like are on show. The Creche Museum has a collection of 18th-century creches from across the globe, but the area has more than 150 arts organizations for hobbyists. Chaumont is a fishing destination that runs boat trips between April and October. It also has cycling, hiking and horseback tours.

Places to Visit Outside Chaumont

The Champagne-Ardenne region has a host of unusual excursions, from the speciality museums of Jardins to the unique village of Gillancourt. The latter's bourgeois mansion was once used as a hunting lodge but can be visited by tourists with an interest in history. If you're arranging car rental in Chaumont, Bricon shouldn't be missed. Langres and Chatillon-sur-Seine are popular neighbouring areas. Burgundy's Chatillon-sur-Seine is a charming area, with medieval houses, monuments and a 17th-century hotel. The River Douix's natural heritage and surrounding history could fill an entire weekend.

Parking and Traffic Information in Chaumont

France has the second-biggest highway network in the world, with massive superhighways called autoroutes. You may lease a car if you're 18 or older, but to rent, you must be over 21. Your EU driver's license is valid, but officials may check its validity. You'll need to carry a special pack of safety gear, including a warning triangle, breathalyser and vest. Street parking is only allowed on specified days, so keep an eye on the signs. Disabled drivers generally get to park for free, but lots are generally well priced. If you're staying longer than three months, you can apply for an International Driving Permit, which will make any encounters with authorities go a little more smoothly.

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