Geneva Car Rental

Enterprise Car Rental Locations in Geneva

Car rental in Geneva is easy, thanks to the professional team at Enterprise Rent-A-Car. Enterprise has two branch locations in the city to choose from. One of their branches is at Geneva International Airport and the other is located in the downtown area of Geneva. This French-speaking part of Switzerland offers plenty for tourists that are looking for a city break, as well as some stunning scenery on the shores of Lake Geneva, known locally as Lac du Limon. Renting a car rental in Geneva is a great way to get around the city as well as the wider area. Close to the border of France, it is easy to drive in and out of the city, as well as explore both the Swiss and French countrysides. Geneva is the home of many international institutions, and it has a lively cultural scene that hosts plenty of live music and festivals.

Our Vehicles for Rental in Geneva

Car rental in Geneva covers all of the vehicle options you could wish for. From small city runarounds that can seat up to four passengers to large people carriers that can comfortably accommodate 7 to 9 passengers. The friendly Enterprise team in Geneva can also provide you with a choice of 4x4s and SUVs if you need. These are especially useful if you plan on heading off the main roads, particularly during the Alpine winter months. Standard, luxury, and premium cars are also available for rent.

At the Airport

There are two Enterprise facilities to choose from at Geneva International Airport. The first is for visitors who are planning to stay in the city and want a rental car to drive directly into Geneva or onwards into Switzerland. The other Enterprise French sector branch is suited for people arriving at the airport, but plan to drive immediately across the border into France. The airport allows drivers to depart in either direction depending on their onward travel plans, as the air hub sits right on the border between the two countries.

Attractions in Geneva

The dramatic fountain that shoots up from Lake Geneva is a sight not to be missed. Known as the Jet d'Eau, you can see it by driving to virtually any lakeside location in the city. The Palace of Nations is also a short drive from the lake. This is a key United Nations building, and it has wonderful gardens that are well worth exploring. Elsewhere, the city's museums, which are dedicated to Jean-Jaques Rousseau and Patek Phillipe, are both excellent attractions that offer insights into the cities luminaries; one in political thinking, and the other in watch-making. Later, head to the area around Quai du Mont-Blanc for a taste at some great Swiss restaurants.

Cheap Car Rental in Geneva

One of the best things about Enterprise's approach to car rental in Geneva is the high level of customer service they offer. Nonetheless, this does not mean their focus isn't equally placed on great value for money. Visitors to Geneva will often find that the best prices are offered on weekend car rentals, when business travelers tend to place a lower demand. Book online for a competitive quotation before you travel, and reserve your car in advance to secure the best possible rental price.

Places to Visit Outside Geneva

Driving into Switzerland from Geneva, it is not long before you'll see some beautiful mountains views. Take the E62 as far as Nyon, and then turn left along the road to Saint-Cergue. A series of switchbacks on the stunning mountain road will take you up to a resort village that's full of Swiss charm and character. The drive there takes under an hour. Just over an hour away is Évian-les-Bains, a French spa town that overlooks Lake Geneva and is justly famous for its mineral waters. Lausanne, on the other side of the lake, is also a recommended visit and takes about the same amount of time to get there by road.

Parking and Traffic Information in Geneva

If possible, avoid rush hour times because lots of people commute to the city every morning, from both France and Switzerland. Parking is available all over Geneva, which you'll find much of in designated long-stay car parks. If you opt for on-street parking, bear in mind that there are coloured zones. In a white zone, you must pay for a limited amount of parking time. In a blue zone, you can park for free, but with a time limitation that varies according to the nearest signage. You'll need to obtain a blue zone disc from a local shop to be able to park in designated blue zones.