Car Hire Gare TGV Lille Europe - Railway Station


Book Car Hire Now




Car Hire Gare TGV Lille Europe - Railway Station

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.

Gare TGV Lille Europe Railway Station

Hertz Logo
Opening hours

Mo-Fr 0700-2100
Sa 0800-1200 1400-1800
Su 1100-2100
1 Blvd. de Leeds, 59777, , Euralille

Telephone: 33-0-8-25-82-60-26

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

Pickup Locations


Book a car

Get a quote
Get Directions

Everything you need

  • Van hire is available at this location

    Click here for more information

  • GPS Navigation

    Find where you're going and take the most convenient route with our GPS Navigation System.

Hertz at Gare TGV Lille Europe - Railway Station

Located in French Flanders, the largest city in that area, Lille is in the north of France close to the border with Belgium. The city was voted European Capital of Culture in 2004 and, as such, it has a strong cultural background, with first records of its history dating back to 1066.

If you're looking to explore the city or wider region, renting a car in Lille is one of the best ways to get around with a total of five highways that take you from the city to Paris, Germany, England, Belgium and the Netherlands.

Prefer to explore the city? A first stop for all visitors should be the Citadel of Lille, which is also known locally as the Queen of the Citadels. For history fans, this should definitely be on the list to visit, along with Lille Cathedral, which is also a National Monument of France. Fans of architecture may wish to hire a car in Lille to explore the more residential neighbourhoods, as these tend to feature homes with a Flemish influence thanks to neighbouring Belgium. Another must-see attraction is the Palais des Beaux-Arts de Lille which is the largest museum in France outside of Paris.