Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Saint-Andre-de-Cubzac page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Saint-André-de-Cubzac is a small town in the Gironde département of southwestern France, approximately 12 miles from Bordeaux, the capital city of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Saint-André-de-Cubzac stands on the banks of the Dordogne River, in the heart of the Bordeaux vineyard, which is responsible for the production of the world-famous regional wine, also known as claret. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in Saint-André-de-Cubzac is located just over half a mile, or approximately five minutes' drive, from the town centre via Rue Nationale. Other nearby Enterprise branches include Bordeaux Ville and Bordeaux Train Station, both of which are located to the southeast of Bordeaux city centre and within 18 miles, or 25 minutes' drive, from Saint-André-de-Cubzac via the A10 and N230, which forms the eastern portion of the Bordeaux ring road.
Whether your emphasis is on economical, fuel-conscious motoring in and around Bordeaux city centre, or coasting through the diverse landscapes of Nouvelle-Aquitaine with the wind in your hair, Enterprise has something for you in its all-inclusive range of vehicles. Saint-André-de-Cubzac car hire options include premium convertibles, offering infinite headroom and excellent, 360° vision, and premium coupes, the epitome of style and performance
Enterprise puts the car or van you need at your fingertips, by offering all its vehicles for hire on a single, online booking platform. Once you've decided which modern, fuel-efficient vehicle is to your liking, you're just a few clicks away from confirming your booking, for as long or short a period as you need. To cap it all, you can save an extra 10% on the hire cost of any vehicle by choosing to pay for your rental in advance, rather than at the time you collect your vehicle.
The Enterprise branch at Bordeaux Aiport is situated just outside the Bordeaux ring road, to the west of the city centre, but is still only 22 miles, or just over 30 minutes' drive from Saint-André-de-Cubzac via autoroutes A10 and A630. The Aéroport de Bordeaux-Mérignac, as it's known locally, is served by direct, international flights from all over Europe, including Great Britain, North America, Africa and Asia, as well as domestic flights from all over France.
It's fair to say that Saint-André-de-Cubzac is hardly a tourist metropole, but there are still one or two fascinating tourist attractions in the immediate vicinity of the town. Just over four miles, or just over 10 minutes' drive, northwest of the town, near the village of Prignac-et-Marcamps, the Grotte de Pair-non-Pair is a small cave decorated with prehistoric engravings believed to be up to 33,000 years old. A permanent museum exhibition at the site houses artefacts discovered in the cave. Saint-André-de-Cubzac is also famous as the birthplace of marine oceanographer, filmmaker and explorer Jacques Yves-Cousteau and a plaque on the local pharmacy, formerly run by his grandfather, celebrates the fact.
If you're considering car rental in Saint-André-de-Cubzac, one popular excursion is to take departmental road D669, otherwise known as "The Route de la Corniche", from the town centre, along the banks of the Dordogne to the fortified town of Bourg-sur-Gironde, just over seven miles to the northwest. Bourg is only small but has a rich architectural heritage dating back to the High Middle Ages. Continuing on the D669, Blaye is less than nine miles further north, overlooking the fertile Gironde estuary. Blaye is best known for its Citadel, built in the 17th century by engineer Sébastien Vauban and now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The leading car park in Saint-André-de-Cubzac is Parking Champ de Foire, on Allee du Champ but, in total, there are twelve car parks, collectively offering 900 parking spaces, in close proximity to the town centre. Drivers should be aware, however, that parking spaces in the "Zone Bleue", or "Blue Zone", are limited to 90 minutes' duration. According to the TomTom Traffic Index, traffic congestion in Bordeaux during morning and evening peak periods can add up to 80% extra travel time to your journey. Congestion can extend to autoroute A10, also known as l'Aquitaine, between Saint-André-de-Cubzac and Bordeaux, so consider carefully if you need to travel to or from the city during rush hour and allow plenty of extra time if you do.