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7 Seater Car Hire France

Do you need self drive 7 seater car hire France? No matter what your budget or needs, MPV rentals are sure to have the car rental big or small that you are looking for. We have recently adding multi-seater people carrier hire with a range of seating arrangements to suit 7, 8, 9 or 11 passengers. These are always in high demand and we advise booking early. Some examples of the self drive fleet in France include the Renault Espace, the 9 seater Traffic Renault and luxury grand Picasso 7 seater from Citroen. we have recently add a range of 4×4 car categories perfect for off roading. We also have an extensive range of 7 seater car hire spain.

France is a home to a plethora of different landscapes, cultures, and scenic drives through said landscapes. You have the gorgeous city streets of Paris to the gorgeous French Riviera, home to the capital city known as Nice. Anything you desire in your holiday can easily be found in the famous country of France. If you love scenic backdrops, world-renowned food, and a rich and cherished history – you’ll find yourself longing for more time in any of France’s most popular and not so popular cities.

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Recommended 7 Seater Car Rental Drives in France


If starting your journey off in Paris, it is a great idea to check out Fontainebleau. This historical town is known for it’s dense forest and chateau. This is a popular place for many Parisian’s to gather and enjoy a summer day. The town itself is 170kms and has a historic reach to the 12th century. The pure nostalgia of this place is one-of-a-kind and comes highly recommended to kick off your expedition through France. One of the most notable places to go is the Fontainebleau forest to see the variety of different butterflies dancing throughout the area. After doing that, head to the rock-wall and do some climbing to get a great overview of the extensive forest and scenery. You’ll definitely need to bring your camera for this one!

La Route des Crêtes:
Take a journey through Ballons des Vosges Nature Park and head into the Vosges Mountains. Known as the Route of the Ridges, this popular road is a favorite among the cycling, hiking, and motorcaravan communities. 89Kms of captivating mountains will leave even the most seasoned travelers speechless. See the Ballons des Vosges Nature Park and get a chance to get up close and personal with the Lynx or stop in Sainte-Marie-aux-Mines for it’s mineral deposits.

The French Alps:
This 740kms drive has everything you need. Snowy mountain tops painting picturesque photos, deep forests, alpine plants, and snowy cold glaciers giving off the freshest water. You can stop and stay the night in places likes Manoir De Maffrecour if you want to be close to nature for an extended amount of time. If you love snow sports, make sure you check out the infamous Mount Blanc. The highest mountain in Western Europe separates France from Italy and is where most people will visit.


France is a place with an extensive amount of different regions and driving conditions. Winter can change your conditions from feeling like spring to being stuck in the snow in a matter of hours. Most of the cities were built before motor vehicles were used, so make sure to note that larger people carriers will sometimes have difficulty navigating small French streets. The speed limit inside most cities is around 50 km/h while they can get to around 70km/h and as low as 30km/h. It is best to keep aware of different road signs, as speed change quite drastically from area to area.

Best time to visit France

France is an all year round destination, if you are thrifty then best to rent a car in low season as it will work out much cheaper. Keep in mind that the peak periods that include Easter, Christmas and the summer months will cause a high demand in these MPV and Minivan car categories, so be wise and book today with MPVRentals

Compare 7 Seater Car Hire France

To find a good deal on 7 setrec ra hire it pays to compare the market and see what is on offer. We can help you do just that. Enter your 7 seater car hire travel ates into booking engine and browse the available options. A high demand exists at all key airport entry points including Bordeaux airport, Montpellier airport and Lyon airport.

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