Car Rental in Dijon, France

Car Rental in Dijon, France


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Discover the appeal of a bustling city with a cheap car rental in Dijon from Europcar. Bursting with elegant medieval and Renaissance architecture, this city was made for strolling – wander through the city's lively center and you'll find fine dining, interesting shopping, great cultural attractions and plenty of photo opportunities thanks to the beautiful landscapes that surround it. If it's adventure you seek, it's only a short drive across the border into Switzerland, while Paris is just a few hours away. 

Whatever brings you to Dijon, car rental is an easy and affordable way to travel around the area. Book ahead before you go and we'll have your car waiting when you arrive, so you can spend less time waiting and more time experiencing the city's sights and sounds. Whatever your plans, when you book a car rental with Europcar you have the freedom to discover on your own schedule. 

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See Some Fine Art

Dijon's fine art museum is one of the most popular attractions in the region, and when you visit it's not hard to see why – housed in the beautiful Palais des Ducs, the galleries feature everything from medieval sculpture to Egyptian art and even modern pieces. Discover this and more when you book a cheap car rental in Dijon. 

Visit Notre Dame

Located right in the heart of Dijon, Notre Dame is hard to miss. This stunning church is an impressive example of 13th century Gothic architecture and has been part of the city's landscape since it was first built in 1220. Look closely and you'll see leering gargoyles, pencil-thin columns and a grand Horloge à Jacquemart, or automated clock, that springs to life three times an hour.