Nevada Car Rental
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Looking for car hire in Nevada? Whether you’re a native Nevadan or visiting this strikingly beautiful state from elsewhere in the US, Enjoy Travel works with a select range of trusted partners to ensure your Nevada car rental experience is smooth and seamless. Between the bright lights of Las Vegas, the snowcapped mountains and dramatic, arid deserts, Nevada is a land of extremes just made for exploration by car and it’s an awesome staycation, vacation, or business destination. Reputable partners make Nevada car rental easy at Enjoytravel.com and you can choose from a range of affordable deals in a few seconds. For instance, an economy car like a Chevrolet Spark costs just $72.99 a day to rent in Las Vegas if you book ahead of time, a sleek Hyundai Elantra is $81.17 a day and a stylish Ford Mustang convertible ̶ ideal for feeling the wind in your hair during scenic road trips ̶ is $97.47 a day. If you want hassle-free Nevada car hire, you’re in the right place!
Guide to Nevada
There are few states in the US where the contrast between the major urban settlements and the surrounding natural terrain is quite as stark. Las Vegas is the tourist magnet and its outlandish architecture and mind-blowing shows are world-famous. But you can also experience the haunting isolation of this part of the west in the gorgeous Great Basin, on famous roads like the I-80 and the scenic US-50, which traces the historical Pony Express route.
History of Nevada
Originally the territory of Native American Washoe, Shoshone, and Paiute tribes, the first Europeans to explore the region were Spanish and named it Nevada (snowy) since its wintery peaks were reminiscent of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Andalucia. As Europeans conquered, it was part of New Spain, became Mexican territory in 1821 and was annexed by the US in 1848, becoming Nevada Territory in 1859 ̶ this was the year of the Comstock Lode silver strike; hence Nevada is known as The Silver State.
Eating out in Nevada
From cheap eats to gourmet meals, Nevada is a treat for your taste buds. Buzz’s BBQ & Steakhouse in Austin serves some of the juiciest burgers and tastiest cheesesteaks you’ll find anywhere, 4th St Bistro in Reno specializes in fusion dishes packed with international flavors complemented by an award-winning wine list, and Café del Rio in Virginia City is the place to be if you want mouth-watering Southwestern dishes like Yucatan enchiladas and gospel chicken.
Transport in Nevada
The main airports in Nevada are McCarran International (LAS) in Las Vegas, Reno/Tahoe International Airport (RNO) and Carson Airport (CXP). Public transit in Nevada is provided by a range of urban and rural providers and includes everything from buses to monorails.
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