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7 Seater MPV Car Hire in Avignon

Arriving into Avignon airport or the TGV station and need to book an MPV?. These multi seater categories capable of seating ,6,7 or 8 passengers must be book well in advance of your vacation dates. Booking early comes with two advantages namely more choice and the best price. Being a specialist we can offer a wider choice of 7 seater minivans from a large collection of car rental suppliers based in Avignon airport arrivals hall.

Avignon MPV Car Rentals

Alongside the Rhone River, to the south east lies the city of Avignon, with its historical fragrance. It was an independent region ruled by the popes until 1791 when France annexed it. Within the city remains of the papal rule period can be seen from the ruins of the Palais des Papes and also the bridge famously known as Pont d’Avignon. Avignon has a lot to offer if visitors drive out to the surrounding areas, and the best way is by hiring a self drive minivan , SUV or MPV.

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Recommended Car and MPV Day Trips in and around Avignon

A medieval village
That is what Villeneuve-lès-Avignon offers its visitors, and is just some 10 minutes drive from Avignon. It lies on the other side of the river Rhone than Avignon connected by a bridge. Here too visitors can experience the presence of the papal rule from the ruins of structures from the historical period.
Towards the south of Avignon about 70 km by road lies the picturesque Provence region. Tourists get to experience a view of snow capped mountains of the Alps as also some historic ruins once again. It is also famous for its variety of food and wine that would set any gourmets taste beads ablaze.
Some 12 km once again south of Avignon is the interesting place of Aramon. Visiting this quaint township situated along the river Rhome would give that feeling of “far from the maddening crowd”. There is however the marketplace which is held during the day where tourists can pick up interesting memorabilia’s.
Kayaking in the Rhone
25 kilometres from Avignon is this bridge across the river Gardon. It dates back to the Roman era and now one of the NNESCO acknowledged heritage site. The walk across the bridge would give tourists a feel of living in that historical period. Tourists can also do kayaking along this river.
Theatre of antiquity
21 km from Avignon is the province of Orange. It holds the Roman amphitheatres in the most complete form. Nowhere in the world would tourists get to experience an amphitheatre is such a magnificent and complete form.
The Sunday outdoor market which is set up about 23 km in the suburbs of Avignon would be something every tourist likes to set aside one day to visit. The variety of products available at the market is huge and varied. Artisans of varied kind showcase and sell their wares both local and imported directly to customers at the market. Everyone would find something of interest in this place.

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