Save on your Enterprise car rental in France. Book by December 1, 2018.
France has it all - charming villages, bustling cities, mountainous terrain, and seaside beauty. The best way to explore it all is by taking the wheel and driving through the beauty. Renting a car with Enterprise Rent-A-Car gives you the freedom of exploring France’s most stunning sights on your own terms. Pick your favorite vehicle and let the journey begin. Start your road trip in one of the most popular French destinations, the Côte d'Azur, or French Riviera. Take off in Montpellier, where you can explore the Gothic Cathédrale Saint-Pierre de Montpellier and the European art collection at Musée Fabre.
Next stop, Marseille, where you’ll discover sailboats all along the harbor and the impressive architecture of the Marseille Cathedral. Keep curving along the coast until you hit St. Tropez, famous for its glamorous beaches, pastel-colored houses, narrow cobblestone streets, and lively nightlife. Not far away, you’ll discover the seaside Cannes and Nice, both known for their beautiful weather, beaches, and art-scene. If you’re looking for a taste of the authentic French countryside, take the famed Route Napoléon. This N85 route takes you on a guided tour from the French Riviera to the Alps, curving through the mountains of Provence. This historic path follows the very course taken by Napoleon in his 1815 escape to Grenoble.
Travel through the charming town of Grasse, known as the world’s capital of perfume and honored at the Musée International de la Parfumerie. Next stop, Saint-Vallier-de-Thiey, where you’ll discover small town charm and Romanesque architecture dating back to the early 12th century. Keep driving through the hills to Sisteron, a picture-perfect town situated on the banks of the River Durance, as you drive towards the city of Gap. Here, you’ll be able to explore the Domaine de Charance park, the Gap Cathedral, and enjoy skiing during the winter months. Last stop on the stretch is Corps, filled with authentic French charm all along its old winding streets, gardens, and lakes.