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Explore Paris with Budget Car Hire. Our Orly airport location provides quality hire cars and friendly service at a great value price.

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Paris Orly Airport

Paris Orly Airport
Paris
94547

Tel: 0821230365

Opening hours

sunday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs
monday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs
tuesday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs
wednesday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs
thursday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs
friday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs
saturday:
06:00 - 23:59 Hrs

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Orly Airport

'The bells, the bells' is the first catchphrase that springs to mind when we think of Notre Dame, all thanks to the Victor Hugo story – The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Hugo wrote his story in 1831 and when it was later made into a film, Notre Dame was well and truly on the map. So, while you're in Paris, why not jump in your hire care and take a trip to see the famous Notre Dame cathedral. Simply meaning 'our lady of Paris' Notre Dame is a building of typical Gothic architecture and as such is considered one of the best examples in the world. Construction began on this masterpiece in 1163 and was completed in 1345. It takes some doing to spend your life with one vision in mind, knowing that you won't actually see it's fruition but then that's Parisian determination for you. Budget Car Hire Paris Orly Airport Aéroport D’Orly Bp 422 Orly Aerogare Cedex Telephone: 33-1-49-75-56-05

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Car Rental at Orly Airport, Paris

No visit to Paris would be complete without a trip to the Louvre Museum. Whether you're a fan of art or not, to be able to say you have actually seen the Mona Lisa for yourself is something to treasure. This building is a monument to the way civilisations have evolved the buildings that are around them. Beginning as a château for François I in 1190, the Louvre was truly an impenetrable fortress. Later, the Tuileries Palace was constructed 500 metres to the West of this building and Royal plans were afoot to connect the two. A complex network of buildings arose in the vicinity, eventually all being connected and forming what has now become known as the Louvre. After 1882 the powers that be in France no longer operated from this site and it was totally devoted to the arts and culture giving us the museum that we know and love today.

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