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Gc Europcar Dijon Station
“Simple and straightforward!”

“Simple and straightforward. No problems experienced when booking with”

12-11-2019 14:59
Fernando SIXT Rent a Car Porto Airport

“Generally - lamost withoiut significant exception, the service is excellent in every sense. Not much more to add.”

11-11-2019 23:27
Rick Alamo Rent a Car Heraklion Airport
“The little extra luxury didn't happen...”

“Rented a car through this site October 2019. The car was to be an Opel Corsa or similar and the supplier Alamo shown on the website as "Best supplier on the list" and "a little extra luxury". When I arrived I found out that Alamo does not have its own desk or cars at Heraklion Airport so I was directed to the Enterprise desk who supplied me with an old model Nissan Micro with 60,000K plus Kms and I was just too tired to argue. I just think if you advertise a supplier as "best on the list" and "a little extra luxury" then they should at the very least have their own desk and nearly new vehicles.”

11-11-2019 14:40

Paris Kleber Guide


Paris is a first-class tourist destination in France, with attractions for everyone. Paris possesses marvellous parks and amusement facilities, several of the globe's finest shopping districts, eateries serving world beating gastronomy, architectural gems such as the Arc de Triomphe, and many museums and art galleries.

Explore Paris

Avenue Kleber, in the city's 16th Arrondissement, is one of 12 thoroughfares radiating out from Place Charles de Gaulle. Avenue Kleber heads south-west to Place du Trocadero, beside the Trocadero Gardens, and has three Metro stations for easy access into the city center.

Avenue Kleber and its environs contain a number of hotels, brasseries and restaurants. Across the opposite side of Place Charles de Gaulle is the famous Champs Elysees which has chic cafes and speciality stores offering luxury articles.

Paris' inner circular route is the Boulevard Peripherique which is just over one kilometre west of Avenue Kleber. The Boulevard offers the quickest method of reaching the locality's attractions by car. Rambouillet Disneyland, the glorious Palace of Versailles the Bois de Vincennes and its enchanting chateau are a comfortable day's excursion from Paris.

Rambouillet, 45kms from Paris, is on the fringes of the gigantic Rambouillet Forest, and boasts the Chateau de Rambouillet, museums and other interesting sights. Further afield are Orleans and Amiens historic cathedrals, several seaside resorts on the English Channel coast, and WW1 monuments and cemeteries. A cost effective way of sightseeing is by renting a car.


Several major companies provide car rental at Paris Kleber, however we at CarRentals search and compare prices from over fifty rental suppliers, such as Hertz, Budget, Avis, Europcar and Thrifty, offering you a larger selection of cars to choose from, and bonus added extras to help improve your car hire experience. GPS, child booster seats and baby chairs are all on offer and at affordable prices.

Trams and buses are efficient and cheap in Paris, so if tourists don't fancy opting for car hire, there is always the option for them to opt for public services instead. We always advise travellers to buy daily, or weekly tickets for  either the buses, trams or metro service, to help reduce travel costs and to save them always having to open their wallet each time they get on.