Car Hire 2 Avenue Jean Rondeaux - Esso Petrol Station


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2 Avenue Jean Rondeaux-Esso Petrol Station

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Mo-Fr 0800-1900
Sa 0800-1800
Su 0800-1200
2 Avenue Jean Rondeaux, 76000

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Hertz at 2 Avenue Jean Rondeaux - Esso Petrol Station

Rouen, in north western France, is a city of architectural importance along the River Seine. With a number of stunning churches in the city, the most modern is the Church of St Joan of Arc. It gives the city an extremely modern feel with its intricate edges and contemporary look.

Hiring a car in Rouen can be the perfect way to explore the Seine valley, a beautiful part of Normandy that has Rouen and Elbeuf at its heart. With a number of attractions along the way, there is bound to be something for all tastes in this picturesque part of France.

Rouen's history is a fascinating one. It is an important industrial location in France, and this side can be explored by hiring a car in Rouen and heading to either the Maritime Museum or Industrial Heritage Museum. The Maritime museum explores the Port of Rouen and its heritage as one of France's most important shipping lanes.

The science museum provides a fun filled day of learning that all the family can enjoy. See temporary and permanent exhibitions at the recently refurbished Natural History Museum, and chocoholics can take their hire car and visit the Chocolatrium to see where it comes from and how it's made.