Rent a car or van at Paris Bastille Diderot with Europcar
When you pick up a car rental from Europcar Paris Bastille Diderot, you’ll be well-placed to tour all the best attractions near and far at your own leisure. Our station is located just a stone’s throw from world-famous sites like the Eiffel Tower making it easy to pick up the keys and head straight for your chosen points of interest.
The Europcar car hire experience at Paris Bastille Diderot
Whether you’re in Paris for business or pleasure, we have a hire car to suit your needs. From eco-friendly rides like the Citroen C4 city car purposefully designed to navigate narrow streets and slip into tight parking spaces to spacious, family-friendly alternatives such as the Renault Grand Scenic, you won’t be short of choice. Simply browse what’s on offer for your selected dates and book online in just three simple steps.
As well as cars, we also have an extensive van selection with models from well-known marques such as Renault, Peugeot, Iveco and Mercedes-Benz. Our lightweight commercial vehicles such as the Peugeot Partner sit alongside larger models with the Renault Trafic having the capacity to carry close to 3000 kilograms. Whatever your choice, rest assured that all of our vehicles are safe, reliable and well-maintained for your comfort and convenience.
Discover Paris and surroundings by car
Paris has a reputation for not only being one of the most romantic cities in the world with attractions like the Eiffel Tower being a great place to pop the question – but also as an art lover’s paradise, with The Louvre being the largest art museum in Paris. There’s something for everyone in this remarkable capital with Notre-Dame being a first port of call for architecture fanatics and Disneyworld Paris being a paradise for families.
Wherever you go, be sure to travel in style by picking up a car rental from Paris Bastille Diderot. If you want to venture further afield, there’s plenty to see and do outside of the capital too, with nearby places of interest including Versailles and Lille. A trip to the beautiful riverside city of Nantes is also perfectly doable by car and how about touring the famous wine regions of Bordeaux?
Driving in Paris
When driving in Paris, always stay on the right hand side of the road unless you are overtaking. While the roads are generally well-maintained and signposted, be aware of rush hour periods which can fall anywhere from 7-9 in the morning and 5-8 in the evening. You should also keep in mind that sounding your horn in any French capital is against the law unless a crash is imminent. Always navigate unfamiliar roads with great care and obey local speed limits.
With regards to parking, there are plenty of on-street parking spaces available but finding an empty bay can be difficult. For this reason, you may prefer to head to one of the underground car parks within the city. These are open 24/7 for your convenience and offer a safe place to leave your car. Many tourists also park on the outskirts of the city where parking is cheaper and easier to find – and make use of public transport systems.