Car and Van Hire in Colombes

Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Colombes 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 Colombes

If you want to see France's white collar, contemporary side, Colombes will welcome you with a smile. The commune is a welcome escape from France's more clichéd destinations, especially if you're passionate about art and architecture. The commune makes for an excellent historical tour destination, with sites that were a core part of the French Revolution and World War II. Centuries ago, it was also the home to a druidic cult, which became the namesake of the region. Fetch your Enterprise Rent-A-Car at the Les Quatre Temps shopping mall or off the N12 at Versailles.

Our Vehicles for Hire in Colombes

Colombes is a great location to travel in by car. If you're travelling as a family, take advantage of Enterprise's range of cars. The fleet of people carriers and vans provide plenty of room for people and luggage, while SUVs combine room and performance.

Cheap Car and Van Hire in Colombes

Northwestern France is a pleasure to traverse via rental car, partly because it makes dealing with the stringent laws and requirements of the area a breeze. Let Enterprise take care of the minutiae so that you can dedicate your time to the more entertaining parts of your trip. If you're looking to save pennies, book your car online using a prepaid option. It comes with an attractive discount, which you can further build upon by renting a fuel-efficient or hybrid vehicle with coupons and promo codes.

Airport Car Hire

If you're flying into France before securing your Colombes car hire, the nearest airport is Charles de Gaulle in Paris, barely 10 kilometres from your destination. As the largest airport in France, it serves a massive range of passenger and cargo airlines, including a few budget offerings. Business travellers can catch up on their emails at the orange multimedia terminals, which provide Internet access and business workstations. Of course, it wouldn't be French if it lacked stores and restaurants, so you'll have more than enough opportunities to use your credit card.

Attractions in Colombes

Colombes boasts an impressive 10 markets, so if casual shopping whets your travelling appetite, pass by on market day with plenty of money to spend. Most of the restaurants and entertainment areas are located inside the immense Les Quatre Temps, but you'll probably find its architecture even more thrilling than its lineup of stores. The commune is renowned for its parks, where 19th-century painters used to while away the hours. If you prefer hiking to strolling, the Lagravere has a few lazy five kilometre trails. The Museum of Art and History is also well worth a visit. History buffs will enjoy the Yves-de-Manoir stadium, which hosted the 1924 Olympics and was an internment camp during the Holocaust.

Places to Visit Outside Colombes

France's northwest is a favourite region for road trips, given its proximity to so many exquisite communes and cities. If you intend experiencing as much of the country as you can, you can't find a more central point than this. It's on Paris' doorstep and is a mere nine kilometres from the Notre Dame. Mont Saint-Michel will give you insight into monastery lifestyles of the middle ages, while Normandy's memorial dotted landscapes will take you back to World War II. If you're using car rental in Colombes, there are several Enterprise branches in the area, from Paris to Versailles – one of the most exquisite buildings in all of history.

Parking and Traffic Information in Colombes

France forbids parking on certain streets, so watch out for signs stating "cote du stationment." These tell you when to make room for street cleaning and other maintenance. It's not unusual to find two cars parked in one space, so make sure your car is insured. Most motorways carry a toll, which is usually payable at the exit. Parking is not allowed on red routes, so seek out free Blue Zones. Most rates are surprisingly economical and operate on a reducing scale as the hours progress. This is perfect for road trippers who want to explore the region at a snail's pace.

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