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e.g. Renault Twingo Or similar
Renault Twingo
from 17 £/day
Economy
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Opel Corsa
from 47 £/day
Economy
  • Directly available
Renault Twingo
from 17 £/day
Economy
  • Without excess
Fiat 500
from 46 £/day
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Compact
e.g. PEUGEOT 308 Or similar
PEUGEOT 308
from 45 £/day
Compact
  • All-round carefree package
Peugeot 2008
from 31 £/day
Compact
  • Directly available
PEUGEOT 308
from 45 £/day
Compact
  • Without excess
Peugeot 2008
from 31 £/day
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Intermediate
e.g. OPEL INSIGNIA Or similar
OPEL INSIGNIA
from 46 £/day
Minivan
e.g. PEUGEOT 308 ESTATE Or similar
PEUGEOT 308 ESTATE
from 45 £/day
7 seater
e.g. PEUGEOT 5008 Or similar
PEUGEOT 5008
from 61 £/day
9 seater
e.g. Ford Transit Or similar
Ford Transit
from 200 £/day
SUV
e.g. NISSAN QASHQAI Or similar
NISSAN QASHQAI
from 46 £/day
Premium class
e.g. Opel Mokka Or similar
Opel Mokka
from 39 £/day
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Explore Paris driving around in a hired car

Traffic in Paris

Explore Paris

Paris, the metropolis on the Seine, is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. The Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Arc of Triumph and the Obelisk of Luxor are just a few of the top attractions that almost every holidaymaker visits. But Paris has much more to offer than just the 'hotspots.' Anyone who wants to get as much as possible out of their stay in the city of love should definitely opt for hiring a hired car. On Driveboo, you can compare car hire deals in and around Paris, select the car that best suits your needs, book it conveniently online and save lots of time.

Summer in Paris - 8 cool things to do on a hot day

Are you planning to go on a trip to Paris this summer? Even though the city is not located by the sea, the capital of France can be a real idyll. Usually, we know Paris as a fast-paced city with a lot of busy people searching for the next metro-stop. This image changes during the summer. The schools are closed and many of the Parisians go to the south of France. But why not spend some nice days in Paris? But what can be done in Paris in the summer?

Here are some tips for a great summer stay in Paris!

  • Swimming in the Villette basin

  • Canal Saint-Martin: Perfect for a glass of wine or a picnic

  • Visit one of the many open-air pools

  • Visit a horse race!

  • The seafront promenade on the banks of the Seine

  • Play petanque

  • Outdoor cinema in La Villette

  • Discover Parisian flea markets

View of the Eiffel Tower in summer

View of the Eiffel Tower in summer

Parisian beach on the Seine

Parisian beach on the Seine

Where can I hire a car for my Paris trip?

Those who do not travel by train will probably start their city trip at one of the following airports:

Airport IATA Code Distance to the city centre
Le Bourget LBG 14.9 km
Paris-Orly ORY 15.6 km
Paris-Charles-de-Gaulle CDG 24.8 km

At the airport, you will benefit from multilingual staff, which is especially useful if you do not speak French yourself. Choose a comfortable compact car, a well-stocked mid-size car, a luxury car or even a family van and embark on an exciting tour around the city of love.

But beware! If you have not yet booked your flight, it is worth comparing the car hire offers at each of the above-mentioned airports, as the car hire companies at the airports tend to have different prices.

Do I need an international driver's license to drive in Paris?

No - if you have a driver's license from an EU member state, you do not need an international driver's license.

What are the traffic regulations in Paris?

Speed violations in France can result in unpleasant fines, so you should be sure to stick to the maximum speed limits listed below:

Vehicle type Urban areas Outside urban areas Expressways Highways
Motorcycles, cars, carts and motorhomes up to 3.5 t 50 km/h 90 km/h 110 km/h 130 km/h
Motorhomes over 3.5 t 50 km/h 80 km/h 100 km/h 110 km/h

Tolls in and around Paris

Most French motorways are subject to a toll, so it is advisable to plan your trip in advance if you want to go outside of Paris with your hired car. In most cases, the toll is either payable when driving onto the motorway or a ticket must be drawn to pay the fee when leaving.

What road signs should I know before driving a hired car in Paris?

If you are not proficient in French, it is advisable to memorise some traffic signs before starting your journey. The most important traffic signs are listed below:

French English
Toutes Directions All directions
Rappel Reminder (mostly at speed limits)
Centre Ville Direction city centre
Passage interdit Do not pass
Ralentir Drive slowly
Serrez a droite Stay on the right
Déviation Diversion
Vous n'avez pas la priorité No right of way
Fin d'interdiction de dépasser End of overtaking ban

Where can I park my hired car in Paris?

Signpost in Paris

Travelling with a hired car in Paris is not rocket science. A wide range of car parks, where you can park your hired car from just one euro per hour, makes it easy for you to get to most of the beautiful sights in the city. However, if you are in the suburbs and cannot find a parking garage, then it is advisable to pay attention to the lane markings, which tell you whether or not you can park your car there. A general stopping ban applies under bridges and in tunnels or underpasses.

Colour of lane marking Meaning of lane marking
Blue Limited or free parking with parking disc allowed
Yellow dashed No-parking zone
Yellow Holding and parking ban

Explore Paris and the surrounding area with your hired car

A single day in Paris is nowhere near enough time to see all the most beautiful parts of the city—even a single visit to the Eiffel Tower or the Louvre takes hours. In addition, there is so much to discover in various parts of the city and the surrounding area that, ideally, you should spend several days in and around Paris. The best way to explore all the sights of the city on your own is to hire a hired car in order to not to have to adapt to the pace of guided tours and to plan your trip the way you want it.

These highlights should be on your list during a first visit to Paris:

  • The Eiffel Tower
  • Louvre
  • Musée d'Orsay
  • Notre-Dame de Paris
  • Palais Garnier
  • Sacré-Cour (Montmartre)
Notre-Dame de Paris

Notre-Dame de Paris

Arc de Triomphe Paris

Arc de Triomphe

Anyone who has ever been to Paris and already knows the top attractions of the city may be interested in getting to know the lesser known, but equally interesting, places around the city. Take in the small Eugene Delacroix Museum, housed in an apartment where the artist was artistically active until his death, visit one of the largest European contemporary art exhibitions in the Palais de Tokyo or go to the market hall known as Le Carreau du Temple and follow in the footsteps of the Knights Templar.

Hired car Paris: the most beautiful destinations

So, you already know the Parisian Catacombs and have done a night boat trip on the Seine? Then you should take your hired car for a trip outside of the city. A must-visit place is, of course, the Palace of Versailles and—if you are not afraid of a long drive—even a day trip to Mont Saint-Michel, the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Wadden Sea of Normandy. Those who plan to holiday in Paris with children can also take a trip to Disneyland, where the whole family will get money's worth.

Destination Distance with a hired car Time
Palace of Versailles 21.6 km 46 min
Chateau de Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas' House 26.2 km 44 min
National Museum of the Renaissance in the Château d'Écouen 35.4 km 58 min
Disneyland Paris 43.3 km 41 min
Chateau de Vaux-le-Vicomte 60.2 km 55 min

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