Charles de Gaulle Airport is France's largest international airport and the second busiest in Europe, after London Heathrow. Europcar has several locations in Charles de Gaulle Airport, all of which are ready to help with all your hire car needs. Our fleet of safe, modern and comfortable vehicles is ready and able to accommodate any size party or budget, and services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional sat nav, child seats and additional driver cover are available to ensure your journey out of Charles de Gaulle Airport runs smoothly. As always, our helpful and experienced staff are always there to see you on your way.
Charles de Gaulle Airport is the principal hub for Air France and the European hub for Delta Airlines. In addition, the airport is used by nearly every major airline to destinations all over Europe, the US, South and Central America, Africa and Asia. Charles de Gaulle Airport is located roughly fifteen miles north east of Paris, connected by the A1 Autoroute which runs south and north as far as Lille. Charles de Gaulle is the largest of three airports that serve Paris and Northern France, the others being Orly and Le Bourget.
The City of Paris - Known world-wide as the city of love, as well as being the European centre for romance, gastronomy and fashion, Paris takes its place in the top three competition for greatest city in the world alongside London and New York. France's capital city boasts some of the most famous monuments 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 Musee d'Orsay and the Cite 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. Merely sitting by the River Seine or strolling down the Champs-Elysees can invoke emotions like now where else on Earth.
Forest of Compiegne - A short, forty mile drive north of Paris brings you to Compiegne Forest, the hunting grounds of French kings for hundreds of years, home to Compiegne Castle, and filled with proud oak, beech and hornbeam trees. The forest is noted for its astonishing beauty and for being the site of the Armistice that ended fighting in the First World War.
Disneyland Paris - Just a thirty minute drive from Charles de Gaulle Airport is the world famous Disneyland Paris. The resort includes two theme parks – Disneyland Park, which was opened in 1992, and Walt Disney Studios, built in 2002 - that cover nearly 5000 acres and are visited by more than fifteen million people every year. Disneyland Paris is the most popular attraction in Europe, where hundreds of thousands of families travel to each year to see Micky, Donald, Goofy and all their friends.