Car Rental in Albuquerque
General information about Albuquerque
Albuquerque is the biggest city in Mexico, with wonderful history and landscape. There you will find wonderful mountains and vast deserts to explore. The most important landscape of the area is the Sandia Mountains, The city was founded on 1706 by the Spanish colonists. Albuquerque is named after a Spanish duke, that is why its nickname is Duck City.
Enjoy your stay in Albuquerque
Albuquerque has a Native American culture, which is present in the museums, the restaurants, and of course in the important festivals. In Albuquerque you will have the opportunity to visit wonderful neighborhoods with your rental car. The best attraction is the Old Town, where you will become familiar with the city’s roots. The Indian Pueblo Culture Center is situated, near to Old Town, and there a museum, shops, cafes and a restaurant, are located. The Central Avenue is the heart of the city. The University of New Mexico, is located there. With your rental car visit the Nob Hill area too.
Whatever your choice is, you may be certain that local attractions together with the comfort of a rental car will make your time in Albuquerque a pleasant and memorable one.
Discover Albuquerque with your rental car
Albuquerque is a wonderful city. Albuquerque is located in the desert and has a warm, dry climate. With your rental car take some time and visit Albuquerque Biological Park, where an Albuquerque Aquarium, the Rio Grande Botanic Garden, Rio Grande Zoo, and the Tingley Beach are located. Travel around and see as much as possible. Make it faster, easier and more comfortable with your rental car from Economy Car Rentals.
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Last Updated 2016-05-06