Vitry-sur-Seine lies in suburban Paris and is around five miles from the city center. Once known simply as Vitry, its name originates from the Latin Vitriacum, and refers to the estate of a Gallo-Roman landowner called Victorius. Over 100 years ago, the area became known as Vitry-sur-Seine, to differentiate it from other areas of the country also called Vitry. One of its main sights is the Musée d'Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne Culture, which goes hand-in-hand with the region's cultural policy of making art accessible for all. In fact, the area has more than 100 modern sculptures in prominent academic establishments, and urban art is very important in this part of the city. The nearest Enterprise branch to Vitry-sur-Seine is at Chevilly-larue, close to the D7 and A86 Paris ring road. There's also another Enterprise branch at West Orly Airport, the international airport serving Paris. This is a great option for car rental in Vitry-sur-Seine when you're landing at Orly.