Information if you want to rent a car in Milwaukee
Milwaukee city centre
Rent a car in Milwaukee
Where to rent a car in Milwaukee
Although people are reluctant to admit it, Milwaukee is a cool city to visit. Come’ on, the city has the iconic Harley-Davidson Museum – the motorcycle that exudes cool and rebellion (no matter who is driving it). How can the city not have some swag when Harley-Davidson enthusiasts are roaming the streets.
Hire a rental car and channel the freedom and rebellion that lies in Milwaukee’s character, make sure you use liligo.com to compare the cheapest offers available. Reserve your cheap car rental before you arrive at Milwaukee Airport (MKE), there’s most of the major car rental companies available at the airport: Budget, Hertz, Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Avis and more.
Milwaukee is not only rich in Harley-Davidson history, but also has many great historical and cultural attractions. Take a trip the newly expanded Milwaukee Art Museum or the Milwaukee Public Museum to learn what it was like to live in Old Milwaukee.
Driving in Milwaukee: what you need to know
If you’re not familiar with city driving, the stop and go culture can be pretty frustrating and will use up a lot of gas. In order to keep fuel costs down, try not to accelerate unnecessarily. For example when driving in start and stop traffic lightly accelerate; this will be better on your gas tank. Also, urban gas stations are expensive and difficult to locate so when you find a fairly priced gas station be sure to fill the tank right up.
Before you start your journey research the route and make sure you’re familiar with the exits and turnings you need to make. This will make your journey easier and less stressful. In multiple lanes of traffic, stay in the right lane so you can read the signs easier and you’re also less likely to miss your exit.
Road trips from Milwaukee
This is a great location if you want to take a road trip with your buddies in your rental car. There’s plenty to do for people who love the outdoors: boating, fishing, hiking, biking and more. But if you’re looking for a simple and relaxed getaway pack up your camping supplies and get the campfire going. The location is just breathtaking so you won’t need much to keep yourselves entertained, stock up on beer, s’mores and night time tunes to make this a trip to remember. But if you do fancy doing something else with your buddies, then take a haunted trolley pub crawl in Egg Harbor, you’ll learn about the area’s haunted pubs and taverns whilst getting pretty merry yourself.
Only a 90 minute drive from Milwaukee, this windy city is packed with modern art, ground breaking comedy and top chefs. Be sure to snap a photo of your reflection in the iconic silver Cloud Gate sculpture at Millennium Park. Chicago is well known for putting on fantastic festivals, between March and September it hosts around 200 shindigs, so the city is never lacking in fun things to do. But Chicago’s amazing feasts are available all year round, explore neighborhoods like Pilsen for some great Mexican food and Logan Square for its buzzing bar and restaurant scene in Chicago you’ll never go hungry.
With its hopping student vibe, Madison is well worth the visit. It’s well known for being one of the friendliest cities in the USA – so buckle up you’re going to be slapped with a whole’lotta nice. It has an atmosphere to match its friendly reputation, it’s very much a college town littered with cafes, bookstores and cool brewpubs. To complete the student experience pick up a mouth-watering bratwurst sandwich, a student favorite, before you leave the city.