Car and Van Hire in Dijon
Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Dijon 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 Dijon
The city of Dijon is situated at the foot of the Côte d'Or hills in eastern France at the confluence of the Ouche and Suzon rivers. Dijon was the capital city of the Bourgogne, or Burgundy, region and retained its status as regional capital when the new administrative entity of Bourgogne-Franche-Comté was created in 2016. Aside from mustard and wine, Dijon is famous for its historical and cultural heritage and festivals, such as the Art Dance Festival, which takes place in January each year. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in Dijon is conveniently located at Dijon Railway Station, just over a mile, or just over ten minutes' drive, west of the city centre via the Route Départementale 905 (D905).
Our Vehicles for Hire in Dijon
Obviously, different customers have different needs, in terms of seating capacity, luggage space, comfort and so on, but Enterprise aims to exceed its customers' expectations by offering a complete range of vehicles for hire at each of its branches. Customers have the choice of cars, small and large, multi-purpose vehicles, sports utility vehicles and minibuses, with seating capacity for up to nine passengers and space for up to six pieces of luggage.
Cheap Car and Van Hire in Dijon
Enterprise aims to make car rental in Dijon as simple and straightforward as possible by offering all its services, and its most competitive rates, from a single online platform. Once you have decided on the type of vehicle that meets your requirements, you simply need to enter the rental location and the dates you want to pick up and drop off the vehicle. By selecting "Pay Now" and paying for your car hire in advance, you can save 10% on the rental cost of any vehicle.
Airport Car Hire
The nearest airport to Dijon with an Enterprise branch is Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport, located approximately 130 miles, or just over two hours' drive, south of Lyon via the A6, also known as the Autoroute du Soleil, or Motorway of the Sun. Lyon Saint-Exupéry Airport is the international airport of Lyon and is served by direct flights from Europe, including Great Britain, North America, Africa and Asia.
Attractions in Dijon
Dijon has many famous buildings and monuments, some of which date back to the 14th century. The Cathedral of Saint-Bénigne, or Dijon Cathedral, in the west of the old city, was completed in 1325 and consecrated in 1393. The Cathedral is named after Saint Benignus of Dijon, the patron saint of the city, and represents a fine example of local Gothic architecture. Overlooking the central square, known as Place de la Libération, the buildings of the Palais des Ducs et des États de Bourgogne, or Palace of the Dukes and the States of Burgundy, were rebuilt, with one or two exceptions, in the 17th and 18th centuries. Nevertheless, the eastern wing of the Palace houses the Musée des Beaux-Arts, or Museum of Fine Arts, which is one of the outstanding collections of its kind in France.
Places to Visit Outside Dijon
Dijon is a gateway to some of the greatest vineyards in the world and the so-called Dijon Circle is an 80-mile circular route through some of the most famous, including Gevrey-Chambertin and Nuits-St-Georges. The route also takes in the Château de Commarin, first mentioned in a document in 1214, and considered one of the most beautiful buildings of its kind in the region. Speaking of Châteaux, the Château de Guédelon, or Guédelon Castle, in Treigny, in north-western Burgundy, is being built using only materials and techniques available 800 years ago and has become a popular tourist attraction.
Parking and Traffic Information in Dijon
Parking, some of which is free, is readily available in Dijon, although free parking, such as that at on Cours du Général de Gaulle, is typically 20 minutes' walk, or further, away from the city centre. The underground car parks closer to the city centre, such as those on Boulevard de la Trémouille and Place Grangier, understandably charge for parking, but not astronomically, and are larger and more convenient than their free-of-charge counterparts. Rush hour congestion, morning and evening, can be a problem in and around Dijon, as it can in most cities, so try to time your arrival or departure accordingly and remember to allow extra time if you need to travel at peak times.