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    Car Rental at Dijon Airport - DIJ

    Dijon Airport Car RentalAuto Europe offers car rental options at the Dijon Airport to make your vacation simple and easy. While there are a few different public transportation options available, these options usually slow things down and can be unreliable, and they certainly are far from convenient. You will miss out on so much if you try to depend upon local public transportation. Your car rental in Dijon ensures that your trip to the area is all that you want it to be, and with everything from compact cars to large vans for rent and luxury car rental available, you are sure to get just what you want. Dijon Airport is located in Longvic, France. The airport is very small and has just one single terminal. There are flights offered to destinations throughout France, as well as international flights.

    Car Rental Suppliers at Dijon Airport

    Auto Europe's mission is to supply our clients with affordable car rentals from the most trusted suppliers at Dijon Airport and all over the globe. Despite the deep savings our company offers, Auto Europe ensures top-notch service by working with reliable and seasoned car rental suppliers such as Europcar and more! With our booking search form you can compare rates between multiple providers and different pick-up spots all on one screen.

    Europcar Rentals at Dijon Airport Europcar at Dijon Airport
    Aeroport De Dijon-Bourgogne,
    Longvic, France 21600

    +33 821 80 58 07
    Europcar Hours:
    Mon - Sat 8 AM - 12:00 PM & 2 PM - 5 PM
    Sun CLOSED

    Picking Up a Rental Car at Dijon Airport

    Dijon mustard originated in Dijon, France! The town is very popular for their mustard-creation facilities, however, wine is also another specialty of this Burgundy capital. After you pick up your rental car at the airport, visitors are able to enjoy tours of the facilities that handle creation of both of these specialty items. For individuals who enjoy history, Dijon is an area that can please. The town is rich in history, and culture, and there are many historical buildings that visitors can be enjoyed. Many of the buildings in the area are more than two centuries old. Dijon borders Switzerland, and visitors to the area will also want to plan time to visit this beautiful country while in town. Geneva is the closest Swiss city to Dijon. If you enjoy museums, there are many of them available for you to enjoy in Dijon. Those museums include Maison Milliere, Musee de la  BA 102, and the Jardin des Sciences center, which includes a museum, a botanical garden, and a planetarium.

    Hotels Near Dijon Airport

    Hotels near Dijon Airport can also be booked with Auto Europe when you make your car rental at Dijon Airport reservation. There are several hotels within a close proximity of the airport to cater to the needs of all visitors. Kyraid Hotel Dijon Gare is a visitor favorite. This nice hotel offers amenities including a sauna, swimming pool, and daily breakfast. 

    Airport Car Rental with Auto EuropeDijon Airport Contact Information

    If you have questions about flights or the airport in general, you can speak with someone by calling +33 0 821805807. When you're ready to book your car rental at Dijon Airport, you can call Auto Europe toll-free by dialing 1-888-223-5555. Reservations can also be made online in three steps when you utilize the booking engine at the top of the page. Dijon, France, is located 4 kilometers from Longvic and 78 kilometers from Jura, France.

    Rent a Car at the Dijon Airport

    Dijon Airport
    717 Rue de L'aviation
    Ouges, Côte-d'Or, 21600

    IATA Code: DIJ
    ICAO Code: LFSD

    Latitude: 47.273889
    Longitude: 5.088889

    General Information: Dijon-Longvic Air Base is one of the oldest of the Armée de l'Air, being established in 1914, having origins beginning in September 1910 as a civil airdrome. It has been active for over 95 years, through both 20th Century World Wars, the Cold War, and numerous crises. The military withdrew from the base under budget cuts announced in October 2014.