Car Hire 25 Avenue de la Boisse

Starting from
£20 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at 25 Avenue de la Boisse

Scroll

Book Car Hire Now

MSG_SITE_IS_BEST_VIEWED

MSG_REDIRECTING_247

LBL_REDIRECTING

Car Hire 25 Avenue de la Boisse

Begin your booking
Pick-up locations

Why Hertz?

  • Best Rate Guarantee
    Found the same Hertz car for less? We’ll match it plus 10% off.
  • Free Cancellation
    Plans change. Cancel for free up to 2 days before pick-up.
  • Member Discount Rate
    Join Hertz Gold Plus Rewards for free. Get 5% off vehicle hire.
  • Free ‘Go Anywhere’ WiFi
    Get a free mobile 4G hotspot on member bookings over £250.

25 Avenue de la Boisse

Hertz Logo
Opening hours

Mo-Fr 0830-2030
Sa 0830-1200 1430-1800
Su closed
Address
25 Avenue de la Boisse, 73000

Telephone: +33 (0) 4 79 68 98 46

**(Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone company's access charge)

Pickup Locations

close

Book a car

Get a quote
Get Directions

Hertz at 25 Avenue de la Boisse

Chambéry is a magical city nestled in the French Alps, in the south-east of the country. It made its name as the capital of Savoy and the home of the region's ruling dukes. The Castle of the Dukes of Savoy still dominates the Old Town, and the list of architectural wonders is extensive; Chambéry Cathedral and the Elephants Fountain are both major landmarks. Hiring a car from Chambéry is ideal if you're planning to explore the riches of the Savoy area; the Alps and the Lac du Bourget are easily accessible by car.

Wander through Chambéry's beautiful winding medieval streets and absorb the atmosphere of the Old Town. One attraction not to be missed, is the Castle of the Dukes of Savoy. Located in the heart of town, building began on it in the 13th century and it's now kept for civic use as a police headquarters.

Hiring a car from Chambéry really makes your holiday; the Bauges Mountains lie to the east, and Lake Bourget, which is the deepest lake in France, is a short drive north on the D1201. For a spot of culture, take the D914 around the western edge of the lake, and you'll arrive at the enchanting Hautecombe Abbey.