With lots of scenic routes, vineyards and major cities to explore - hiring a car in France is a great way to travel around the country. Whether you're attracted to the beautiful beaches by Nice or the exquisite food of the Burgundy region, you won't be disappointed with all that France has to offer.
Hiring a car in France
Getting hold of a car is easy. All cities and most larger towns have rental agencies where you can pick up from. Major airports will also have car hire booths. It makes car rental comparison straightforward as you can see which car hire firm offers the best deal for your holiday dates.
In France they drive on the right hand side of the road. Motorways are well maintained and usually provide a pleasant drive, but watch out for toll roads, as many of the motorways have a small charge for driving between cities.
Places to visit
La Cote d'Or - A must for wine enthusiasts. This 37-mile drive from Santenay to Djon provides rows of terraced vines and you can even stop off at towns such as Volnay and Beaune - the capital of Burgundy wines - to enjoy the typical French atmosphere.
Grenoble to Cannes - One of the most scenic routes in France, this drive is 291 kilometres long - providing some remote mountain scenery, stunning little towns and breathtaking views before ending up in Cannes - where you can put your feet up on the beach.
Col de la Bonnette/Alps Maritimes - One of the most famous roads in the Alps, due to the fact it is - at 2,807 meters - the highest road in Europe. The smooth road surface means you?ll be able to reach the summit rather easily.