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Rent a car at Paris Ternes with Europcar
Located just over six kilometres north-west from the bustling French capital of Paris, our Europcar Paris Ternes station is a great place to begin an exciting and memorable onward adventure. If you’re keen to explore from the moment you set foot in France, hiring a vehicle makes perfect sense, so go ahead and see what’s available for your chosen dates today.
The Europcar car hire experience at Paris Ternes
The car hire experience at Europcar Paris Ternes is a simple and hassle-free experience. All you need to do is browse our extensive fleet which includes new and safe rides to suit all travel needs and book online in three easy steps. Our long and short-term car rental packages are extremely flexible and as you can drop your vehicle back at any one of our stations throughout France, you won’t have to worry about retracing your route unnecessarily.
That’s right! We want you to travel far and wide which is why we offer a great selection of top models from the compact Renault Twingo to the eco-friendly Citroen C3. Our Ford Focus is a popular choice and then there’s our spacious rides such as the Renault Grand Scenic which is renowned for its generous amounts of legroom. Enjoy the finer things in life? Then be sure to check out our elite range which includes the Alfa Romeo Giulietta.
Discover Paris and surroundings by car
When in Paris, you’re likely to want to visit all the world-famous attractions from the Eiffel Tower and The Louvre to the Notre-Dame Cathedral and the Arc de Triomphe. The Catacombs of Paris will also leave a lasting impression and if you like getting out and about in the great outdoors; why not enjoy a tour of the Luxembourg Gardens which are enchanting and breathtakingly beautiful?
If you want to explore the lesser-known side of Paris, how about sussing out Ballon Air de Paris – an alternative way of seeing the capital from above or head over to La Chapelle also known as Little Sri Lanka. Here, you’ll find a host of aromatic restaurants and sari shops that will give you a taste of the culture. Other hidden treasures include covered markets such as St. Quentin and Belleville which even has its own China Town.
There’s so much to see and do in Paris that your itinerary is likely to be full to the brim. That said; if you have time to travel far and wide, don’t miss the beautiful medieval city of Rouen to the north or head south-west to explore the sensational wine districts of Bordeaux. Anything is possible when you have access to four wheels.
Driving in Paris
When enjoying a tour of Paris and beyond, please bear in mind that drivers stay on the left unless they are overtaking. Beeping your horn is also strictly forbidden in the city centre unless a crash in imminent. As a rule, follow general driving etiquette such as stopping at traffic lights, staying within speed limits and being courteous to other road users.
Traffic within the centre of Paris can be heavy particularly during rush hours period which typically falls from 7-9 in the morning and 5-8 in the evening – so avoid these times if possible.
With regards to leaving your car, on-street parking bays are available but they can be hard to find. For this reason, you may prefer to use one of the many underground parking garages which tend to open 24 hours a day for your convenience. Many tourists also park on the outskirts of the city where parking is cheaper and make use of public transport systems.