Cheap Reno car hire

Reno, known as The Biggest Little City in the World, is famous for its casinos, and is the birthplace of the gaming corporation Harrah's Entertainment. Reno is bordered to the east by the city of Sparks.

Reno, on I-80 near the California border, is a somewhat down market version of Las Vegas, with miles of gleaming slot machines and poker tables, along with tacky wedding chapels and quickie divorce courts. While the town itself may not be much to look at, its setting – at the foot of the snowcapped Sierra Nevada, with the Truckee River winding through the center.


Things to do in Reno


The Truckee River 

Runs along First Street, has emerged as one of Reno's greatest resources. The Truckee River Whitewater Park (First Street and Arlington Avenue) features 2,600 feet of class 2 and 3 rapids suitable for kayaks, canoes, inner tubes and other small watercraft.


National Automobile Museum

The museum, located in downtown Reno, is a favorite for car-loving visitors. Named among the top 10 museums by Car Collector’s magazine, the museum is known for its dramatic displays, in-depth interpretation, extensive collection and opportunities for visitor participation. Offering more than 224 vehicles on display, this museum contains one of the greatest car collections anywhere.


Animal Ark

Just a 45-minute drive north of downtown Reno, this intriguing, 38-acre desert space is filled with interesting, natural enclosures for native and non-native animals. You'll find everything from mountain lions, tigers, wolves and cheetahs to tortoises and birds of prey. This isn't a zoo, rather a wildlife sanctuary for non-releasable animals. 


Reno is a great place to stop off and offers some of the most dramatic back drops anywhere in the U.S. Car rental is a must as you add Reno to your road trip list of must see places. You can hire a car in Reno cheap as we offer major suppliers with multiple collection points.

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