To check our actual offers in Toulouse, please use the orange form on the left side. Just enter the desired dates and time, pick-up location, your age and country of residence.
You may also choose a rental location in Toulouse in three ways:
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Low prices. OrangeSmile.com offers car reservation service in Toulouse on the best-rate-guarantee basis, since we work with car suppliers directly. For your dates in Toulouse, we select and present the best ever possible rental offers.
Our car rental process contains 3 simple steps: (1) search for available cars for your dates in Toulouse; (2) select your car type; and (3) fill in the booking forms. When your booking in Toulouse is completed, you will receive our confirmation voucher to your email address. Your reservation in Toulouse should be confirmed by a valid credit card. During the booking process, please check your rental conditions.
To pick up your car at the rental point in Toulouse, you need to provide our confirmation voucher, your driving license and a valid credit card. A credit card is necessary for a deposit. In Toulouse, the deposit amount depends on the age of the driver and a type of the rented vehicle.
The final payment in Toulouse is normally performed at the pick-up point. Our car hire points in Toulouse accept VISA, MasterCard, etc - please check your rental conditions.
At the pick-up point in Toulouse, please read the handling manual and check the car for present defects.
OrangeSmile.com wishes you a pleasant journey to Toulouse!
Toulouse is also referred to as the 'Pink City', because many of its buildings are made of pink brick. The city is situated in the Midi-Pyrenees region, southwest France. Being a major industrial center, Toulouse has retained much of its historically developed way of life, and hence it perfectly combines the old and the new.
What today is the Midi-Pyrenees region, in 120-100BC was part of the Roman Empire. The town became the capital of the Visigoth Empire in the fifth century. Later, the region fell into the reign of the Francs and witnessed numerous battles against Arabs. After its incorporation into the Frankish Empire (under Charlemagne's rule), the region was headed by counts. Due to its remoteness, the region enjoyed a substantial share of independence.
Between the ninth and thirteenth centuries, when the town housed a beautiful court, the local culture and tradition reached its pinnacle, giving the world eternal masterpieces of literature (literature of the Langue d'Oc), particularly the troubadour lyric art.
Read further: Toulouse city guide
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