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Where to pick up your car
The most popular location to pick up a car is Caen Airport (CFR). If you're arriving by ferry, you'll have to get to the ciy centre in order to rent a car.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Caen are Europcar, Avis, Sixt, Citer and Keddy.
Warmest month: July (18°C)
Coldest month: January (5°C)
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Hire a car in Caen
Cloaked in history, Caen is a relic of the past and memorial of war and peace.
Once the home of William the Conqueror, the Normandy city is one of the oldest university towns in France and an fascinating destination. Though greatly destroyed during WWII, you’ll still find historic buildings scattered throughout the city, including Romanesque abbeys, and a heritage that gives the city a striking character.
For those with an interest in military history, Caen makes the perfect base for driving out to the nearby D-Day beaches. It is also a short journey to Bayeux, where you can view the Bayeux Tapestry. Search for your perfect rental with easyCar and discover the shores of Normandy.
Sights to see
Caen is a French town that both remembers its past and enjoys its present. Built in the time of William the Conqueror and only 12km from the Normandy coast, near the sites of the famous Normandy landings Caen has played a large part in our historical landscape. Modern day Caen is also a thriving international city reputed for its commercial dynamism.
Caen: Discover more
Caen and the Normandy region are perfect for exploring in an affordable rental from easyCar. Make the most of Caen by visiting the 11th-century Men's Abbey, or the Ladies" Abbey, a former convent building. Or visit the Museum of Normandy and prepare to be amazed at its extensive collection of rare archaeological finds. If you prefer to span a few more century's then a visit to the Normandy Fine Arts Museum is always worth it, with its vast collections featuring pieces from the 16th to 20th centuries.