Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Grenoble page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Grenoble, in the southeast of France, has a population of around 158,000 and lies in the magnificent Rhône-Alpes region. It's encircled by three mountain chain: the Vercors, Belledonne and Chartreuse. Two rivers, the Drac and the Isère, cross the city, adding to the magnificence of this place that's famous for its universities and as a centre of scientific research. In the western suburbs of the city lies the industrial zone, which is often the focus of business visits. Those visiting for leisure, particularly skiing, will find a city with an effervescent nightlife and a great quality of life, nestled between the imposing mountains of the Parc Naturel Régional du Vercors and the Parc Naturel Régional de Chartreuse. You'll find Enterprise Rent-A-Car at Grenoble train station, right by the D15 road that runs along the banks of the river. This branch is ideal for those arriving by train who are looking for Grenoble car hire as part of their travel plans.
When booking car rental in Grenoble with Enterprise, you'll find a great choice in cars and vans to hire, making up the comprehensive fleet of vehicles. Therefore, everyone will find their ideal car or van, whether on business or holiday. Book a compact car for easy handling when city driving, while an economy car offers excellent value for money. Enterprise also has luxury and sporty models if you're looking for these! Alternatively, people carriers provide space for groups and families, and SUVs are best suited for driving in variety of terrain, such as on the roads of the the Grenoble mountains.
Enterprise offers easy car rental in Grenoble when you book online via the Enterprise train station branch. There's a great choice of cars and vans at competitive prices and you can get the best deals when booking online, adding useful extras such as satnavs and child seats in just a few simple clicks. You'll save money for prepaid rental with Enterprise, and the fleet comprises fuel-efficient vehicles to help save money when you fill up at the pump, as well as protecting the environment.
Grenoble Airport is a small airport and airlines such as EasyJet and Ryanair fly there, with more frequent flights during the ski season. The airport is around 40 minutes from Grenoble and you can get a shuttle bus such as Ben's Bus, which operates transfers to the city centre as well as to ski resorts in the area. Once you're in the city centre, it isn't hard to get to the train station on foot to pick up your hire vehicle from Enterprise.
Park your hire car at the base of the Grenoble cable car location and ride up to the Bastille. There, you'll have wonderful views of the city and mountains. You can walk back down one of two routes for a little exercise if you so choose. Back in the city centre, the Archaeological Museum is a fascinating place that tells its story exceptionally well and has some fantastic artefacts. There's also the Musee de Grenoble, which exhibits lovely artwork by masters from the Renaissance to the 21st century. For a break from the city, visit the Parc Paul Mistral, one of the biggest parks in Grenoble, or the Place Victor Hugo, an open space with restaurants, shops and a fountain.
Driving to the Parc Naturel Regional du Vercors is a must. With twisty yet driveable roads, the magnificence of this mountain range will captivate you. Take in the unforgettable Bourne Gorges and the Grotte de Choranche. Also, Annecy makes a lovely day trip. Around 65 miles from Grenoble via the A41, this charming town has a mountain-fringed lake and an impressive chateau, making it one of Savoie's most visited destinations.
Parking on the street using parking meters is possible in Grenoble, but there are also various public car parks, some of which are underground. For example, use the Parking Relais de l'Esplanade or Parking Q-Park Grenoble Chavant for central and convenient parking. Grenoble has one-way systems and pedestrianized zones, so accurate map reading is a useful skill, or use a satnav to help you navigate. The Rocade Sud N87 forms the Grenoble ring road for easier driving to different parts of the city.