Rent a car at Paris CDG Airport Terminal 2d with Europcar
Whether you’re in Paris for business or pleasure, hiring a vehicle from Europcar Paris CDG Airport – also known as Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport – will give you the freedom and flexibility to tour this world famous capital at your own time and pace. Located just a short drive from the city centre, France’s busiest international travel hub is a great place to begin an onward adventure.
The Europcar car hire experience at Paris CDG Airport Terminal 2d
If you’re eager to explore from the moment you touch down, picking up a car rental makes perfect sense. We have a wide range of top-of-the-range models to choose from with our premium selection including the family-friendly Audi Q3 and xDrive rides from BMW. At Europcar Paris CDG Airport, we also offer eco-friendly city cars like the Citroen C3 as well as compact favourites like the Ford Focus.
With our easy to use booking system, you can secure the car of your choice for your required dates in just three steps. Both long and short-term car rentals are available helping to keep you mobile for as long as you need – so go ahead and browse what’s on offer today.
Discover Paris and surroundings by car
As one of the most beautiful and culturally rich cities in the world, Paris is an exciting destination to explore – and what better way to get from A to B than in a comfortable, reliable and safe hire car? Simply hop behind the wheel and make your way to all the best sites including the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame, the Champs-Elysées Boulevard, The Louvre, Musee d'Orsay and Palais Garnier Opera House which stands out due to its dramatic Baroque design.
While France is renowned for its top attractions, the charm of Paris lies in its smaller details, with cobbled streets, quaint eateries, bustling markets, art galleries, boutique shopping stalls, perfectly trimmed trees and side-street coffee shops adding to the character of this city.
You won’t be short of things to do in this part of the world, but if adventure calls, why not head further afield with Versailles and Lille being easily accessible by car? You may also decide to head to one of the many nearby places of beauty with the Perche Natural Regional Park being a top choice.
Driving in Paris
When in Paris, always stay on the right unless you are overtaking and follow local signage. Avoid travelling during rush hour periods which fall roughly from 7-9 in the morning and 5-8 in the evening. Never beep your horn in the city centre as this is illegal unless a crash is imminent.
With regards to parking up and leaving your vehicle, on-street parking is difficult to find. If you struggle to find a vacant bay, you may prefer to use one of the underground parking garages which tend to be open around the clock for your convenience. 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.