Fast and Easy way to Compare,
Book and Save on your Car Hire.
  • Great Rates
  • Wide Selection of Cars
  • Trusted Since 2001
Download the FREE VroomVroomVroom App App StoreGoogle Store

Car Hire Sens

Sens is a French town located in the Sens arrondissement, Yonne department, Burgundy region. Sens has an area of almost 28 square kilometers and a a population of more than 26,000 residents. According to its size, Sens is the second city in the department and also the sixth in Yonne. The city is located along the Yonne and Vanne rivers. Through history, Sens was mentioned by Julius Caesar as Agendicum in Commentarii de Bello Gallico. Apparently, Sens was built in the first century and even today it still has the same plan of streets that it had back then. Notable residents of the city include Samo, a king from the 7th century, Victor Scipion Charles Auguste de La Garde de Chambonas, an ex mayor, Edouard Charon, author and Saturnin Fabre, an actor. If you plan visiting Sens, make a stop at the following attractions.

Top Attractions within Sens

Sens Museum is the historical museum of the city. This town has a long history and in this museum you can find all the details about it. Find out about the Roman settlement of sens, about the drama that occurred here in the Middle Ages and about the future plans that the residents of it have for their hometown.

Cathedrale Saint Etienne de Sens is a Catholic cathedral. This is one of the earliest Gothic constructions raised in France and also one of the largest. It was built in the 12th century, but not completed until the 16th. Architect William of Sens was the person that design it and set a great example of French architecture.

Serres Municipales are the greenhouses of Sens. You can visit this natural attraction at 28 Parc du Moulin a Tan. You will not have to pay an entrance fee, but you will have the chance to see a wonderful cactus house, an exotic winter garden and an epiphyte house located in a splendid area of the city.