Car Hire Onet le Chateau - Rue du Pole Automobile

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Onet le Chateau-Rue du Pole Automobile

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126 Rue du Pole Automobile, 12850

Telephone: +33 (0) 5 65 78 04 90

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Rodez is in a wonderful position, nestled in the French region known as Aveyron. Aveyron has a number of UNESCO listed sites, and the natural scenery provided by the Causses and Cévennes is unforgettable. In Rodez itself, you'll find the Notre Dame Cathedral which exhibits as much gothic splendour as many of its counterparts in the north. The historic centre of Rodez is charming but also of a fairly grand scale, illustrating the town's importance since medieval times. Hiring a car from Rodez is therefore recommended for exploring the old-world French authenticity of Aveyron's villages.

Notre Dame Cathedral (Rodez Cathedral) towers over the city. Parking in this area of town is plentiful, so disembark and wander through the astounding architecture of the old-town. The Musee Fenaille has some wonderful curiosities and the menhirs (stone carvings), are awe inspiring. Hiring a car from Rodez also allows you to make the drive north to Conques (D901) – which is often part of the pilgrimage of Saint-Jacques de Compostelle due to the relics in the Abbey-Church. Alternatively, you can head for the Cévennes National Park via Millau on the D911, crossing the monumental Millau Viaduct on the way.