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Where to rent a car in Indianapolis
High speed Indy is the state capital and a great place to ogle racecars at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and Hall of Fame Museum. The city offers plenty of opportunity to view professional and amateur sporting events. You can tour the famous track and even take a spin around its renowned speedway.
Despite its sporting legacy, Indianapolis is known for more than just being ‘The Racing Capital of the World’ and is a fantastic destination for the little ones. The children will love getting up close and personal with the animals at the Indianapolis Zoo, where you’re able to reach out and touch sharks as they swim by.
Before your flight to Indianapolis lands down, reserve your car in advance and pick up your rental car at Indianapolis Airport (IND), the rental car counters are located at the Ground Transportation Center. Use liligo.com to compare the cheapest car rental prices in Indianapolis and bag yourself the best deal available.
Driving in Indianapolis: what you need to know
The area of Indianapolis is greatly spread out, of course, rush hour is a time you want to avoid (Monday – Friday 7 a.m. and 9 a.m. and then again between 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.)
Road trips from Indianapolis
Home of Indiana University, the town has plenty of cute bookshops, bars and restaurant to explore. For its size it has an array for high quality restaurants, and landed on Livability.com’s 2013 list of Top 10 Foodie cities in America.
The city also hosts the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center, which was founded by the Dalai Lama’s brother. The center offers intriguing shops, free teachings and meditation sessions. As well as the Dagom Gaden Tensung Ling Monastery, the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist cultural Center is a symbol of Bloomington’s significant Tibetan presence.
Close to Indy, Hendricks County is a great weekend getaway especially for people who are a fan of racing. Lucas Oil Raceway is Hendricks County’s number one tourist destination, with its three racetracks including a 686-mile paved oval, quarter-mile drag strip it’s no wonder that people travel from all over to see some world-class racing events.
But if high speed isn’t your thing, you can try the self-directed driving tour which leads you to over 30 artisan destinations in Hendricks and Morgan counties. The Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail is perfect if you enjoying, great food, great art and great wine.
Holiday World & Splashin' Safari is known for its free soft drinks, sunscreen, and cleanliness; in addition to two of the world’s longest water coasters: Wildebeest and Mammoth. Make a weekend of it and stay at Santa’s charming Lakeside cottages, there’s plenty to do for the whole family at the campsite and lodgings. You can do a spot of fishing in one of our three lakes then enjoy a relaxing BBQ with your own park grill next to your accommodation.