Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Troyes Gare page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Troyes has a vibrant centre with a fine selection of half-timbered houses that stand alongside Gothic churches. The city isn't too touristy and is one of the best places to get a feeling for what France was like several hundred years ago. In fact, there are a couple of unique museums that are well worth a visit for those interested in history. Although the city is in the Champagne region and well located between Paris, Reims, Nancy and Dijon, it doesn't actually have any Champagne cellars, but is well known for its outlet stores that sell fashionable clothing and accessories. Indeed, the city was once the knitwear centre of France! The Enterprise branch is centrally located at Troyes train station, in Porte Sainte-Marie. If you're arriving by train, this is the ideal place to collect your hire vehicle.
When you hire a vehicle from Enterprise in Troyes, you'll have an excellent range to choose from to suit the purpose of your journey. For example, a compact car may be the best choice for shorter trips and city driving. An economy car is ideal to fit in with your budget. However, you may want a luxury car for the ultimate in style and comfort, and Enterprise has a great range of these. Choose a people carrier for added space and multiple passengers or an SUV for driving in rugged countryside.
Car rental in Troyes is easy with Enterprise and you can book online for a smooth experience. With a wide range of fuel-efficient vehicles to choose from, you'll benefit from competitive rates and can rest assured that you're getting the best deals. It's easy to add any extras you might need, such as an additional driver or a satnav, and you'll save money for prepaid rental. So choose the car or van that suits you best for cost-effective Troyes car hire.
Troyes airport no longer offers commercial flights to travellers, so the nearest major airport to Troyes is Paris Orly. However, this is just over 100 miles away. If you're arriving at Orly and want to pick up your hire car in Troyes, you'll need to catch a train to the Enterprise branch at Troyes train station, travelling via the centre of Paris and departing from the Gare de L'Est.
Visit the Eglise Ste-Madeleine and the Cathedrale St Pierre St Paul. Both are wonderful architectural and religious buildings, and have impressive stained glass installations. The cathedral is a superb example of Gothic architecture. The Ruelle des Chats is a fascinating street to stroll along, and its houses date back to around the 16th century – some lean at angles and are a sight to behold! If you like shopping, McArthurGlen Troyes is a factory outlet centre with superb fashion and some real bargains to be found.
If you feel like a countryside treat, drive to the Lac d'Auzon-Temple and the Lac d'Orient. These two man-made lakes to the east of the city are lovely places to spend time in nice weather. Around 20 miles south of Troyes via the D444 lies Chaource, a lovely village that's famous for its cheese. There, you can tour the cheese museum and visit the Church Saint-Jean-Baptiste, which has interesting statues, paintings and a tiny but amazing crypt. Brienne-le-Chateau is around a 41-minute drive from Troyes via the D960 and lies in the Orient Forest Regional Nature Park, with some lovely lakes for a walk. There's also a magnificent castle overlooking the town and the Church of Saint Pierre et Saint Paul to visit.
The road network in Troyes is excellent and there's also a ring road (D610), which allows drivers to bypass the built-up area and access the suburbs. Apart from occasional slow traffic at the A5-D661 interchange at Torvilliers, there are no perennial traffic jams to report. Driving in the city centre is slightly more complicated, although, with the help of a satnav or a paper map, first-time drivers won't experience undue difficulties. If you're travelling at the busiest times, allow plenty of leeway for your journey. You can park in the city at one of the public car parks, for example, Troyes Parc-Auto on Rue Claude Huez. You may also find a place to park on the streets, paying at the nearest meter.