Europcar is proud to have more than 480 locations throughout France, so whether you're sampling the delights of Paris, enjoying the Riviera, or touring the country's acres of vineyards, we can help with any car hire needs. Europcar 's massive fleet of comfortable, safe and reliable vehicles, along with useful services like 3-step online booking, express pick-up, optional navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, help to make your driving experience amongst any of France's business or holiday destinations a pleasure. Europcar is also proud to be the first car rental company in France with certified ecological commitments.
One of the world's most visited locations, France offers something for everyone. There are sophisticated, cosmopolitan epicentres such as Monte Carlo, Lyon and Paris that contrast with the rural splendour of Provence or the Loire Valley, as well as the 71 miles of sun-drenched coastline found along the French Riviera. France is well known as the home of gastronomy, romance and European chic, as well as a goldmine of European culture, history and heritage.
The City of Paris – Famous globally as the world's centre of romance, food and style, Paris ranks in the top three with London and New York as the greatest city in the world. Home to some of the most recognisable landmarks and buildings in the world, such as the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Palace of Versailles, as well as some of the planet's more famous museums, like the Louvre, the Musée d'Orsay and the Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie, Europe's largest science museum. It's no coincidence that more songs, poems and books throughout history reference Paris, or an area of Paris, than anywhere else in the world.
Disneyland Paris – Just 20 miles outside of Paris is the world famous Disneyland Paris resort, which includes two theme parks - Disneyland Park which was opened in 1992 and Walt Disney Studios Park from 2002 - many hotels, an entertainment/shopping complex, and a golf course. Covering nearly 5000 acres and patronised by more than 15 million people a year, Disneyland Paris is the most visited attraction in Europe and is nearly as popular as Walt Disney World in Florida, which it's modelled after. Simply the last word in family entertainment.
The Côte d'Azur – Known in English as the French Riviera, southern France's idyllic Mediterranean coastline has been the sun-kissed playground of the the rich and famous for over a century. Stretching west, from the Italian border to the town of Toulon, this coastal paradise is among the most photographed and filmed locations in the world, and includes seaside resorts such as Cannes, Beaulieu-sur-Mer, Antibes and Saint-Tropez. All of this adds up to more than 71 miles of sandy beaches, 18 Golf courses, 14 ski resorts and over 3000 restaurants.
Wine country – Aside from food, France is universally known for its wine. From Bordeaux to Burgundy, Chablis to Champagne, the country is filled with famous vineyards and wine producing regions. Often nestling in unspoilt countryside near quite rural villages, these world renowned wine makers are a joy to visit, and can be combined into a fabulous self-driven touring vacation.