Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Strasbourg page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Strasbourg is France's largest city, after Paris. It lies in the northeast of the country on the Franco-German border, which is defined by the River Rhine. The German town of Kehl is directly across the river from Strasbourg and is accessible by a recently built pedestrian bridge. Strasbourg is home to almost 300,000 people and hosts several universities, however, it is most famous as the seat of the European Parliament and a number of European-based organisations, such as the European Court of Human Rights. Throughout history, possession of the city was contested numerous times between Germany and France, a consequence of which is the blending of two cultures and an assimilation of architectural styles. The cuisine, too, blends traditional German staples such as sauerkraut with northern French gastronomy, such as hearty meat and vegetable stews. Strasbourg has a continental climate, which provides warm summers and cold, overcast winters, with frequent rain and occasional snow. The Enterprise Rent-A-Car branch in Strasbourg is close to the main railway station
Enterprise has an outstanding selection of vehicles for hire in Strasbourg and is confident you won't find better. Hatchbacks are always a popular choice; they are great on fuel economy and you don't require too much space when parking. Some customers need a larger vehicle, which affords greater comfort on longer journeys, and Enterprise has a range of saloon cars from major manufacturers that can meet that need, in addition to executive vehicles and people carriers. Hiring a car is an opportunity to do something different, such as taking a spin in an SUV.
Cheap isn't a word Enterprise recognises. Enterprise provides first-class vehicles at a very competitive price, backed by great customer service. If that is what you are looking for, then Enterprise is the hire car company for you. Take a look at the website to see what cars and vans are available, make your choice, complete the online booking form and leave the rest to Enterprise. Booking online will make sure you see any special offers, and paying for your vehicle in advance will save you even more money on the price you would be charged by competitors.
Feel like a VIP by having your pre-booked hire car at your disposal as soon as you leave the airport terminal building. This means there will be no long walks with heavy luggage to catch public transport, and no haggling with taxi drivers over fares. You can set off to your final destination relaxed and ready to enjoy the thrills of the open road in what may be a new location for you. Strasbourg Airport is just over six miles southwest of the city centre. Although it handles over one million passengers each year, it is not very large. About 20 operators fly to 200 mainly European and North African destinations. Enterprise has a branch at the airport.
Strasbourg is an attractive, pedestrian-friendly city with a relatively small historical centre that can be easily navigated on foot. It is difficult to miss the Cathedral of Our Lady, with its 466-foot north tower that, until 1874, made it the tallest building in the world. The dominant architectural idiom is Gothic, although there are vestiges of Romanesque. Of particular interest is its beautiful Rose Window and elaborately decorated north facade. Visitors will find numerous other churches and religious buildings in the Medieval Quarter, such as Eglise Saint-Thomas, which houses a pipe organ once played by the composer, Mozart. Throughout the city, the influence of different architectural styles can be seen, from Gothic to Art Nouveau, in addition to more recent additions.
A 20-mile drive across the border into Germany will take you to Offenburg, a town of fountains and some very good architectural examples of French Baroque Classicisms. The town has numerous monuments and places of interest, including the palace of Frederick Barbarossa. The churches of Saint George and Saint Nicholas both date back to medieval times and contain interesting examples of church furnishings and ceremonial artefacts. Colmar is a French town, 45 miles south of Strasbourg. It is a charming old place, criss-crossed by canals. Colmar survived untouched through various historical upheavals, including the two World Wars. The history of the area is illustrated in the town's Interlinden Museum.
Driving on the main routes around Strasbourg is unproblematic, although, like everywhere, roads are busy during peak times and visitors should allow additional time for journeys. Driving in Strasbourg itself is another matter because it has a relatively small centre, much of which is pedestrianized, and even when it isn't, there are bridges and canals to navigate, which can cause congestion. Drivers should therefore have a reasonable knowledge of how the city is laid out and its one-way system. Parking in Strasbourg is divided into zones depending on length of stay. Whether parking on the street, in one of the many car parks or taking advantage of the park and ride, drivers shouldn't experience difficulty finding somewhere to park, particularly if they leave their car at the city's perimeter.