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Located on the banks of the Missouri River near the Iowa state line, Omaha is a major American city in the U.S. state of Nebraska. Its pioneer heritage, museums, and cultural institutions have made it a popular destination on the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. Omaha is also known as the Gateway to the West and is home to business tycoon Warren Buffett. The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, a conservation leader with a big cat complex and indoor jungle, rainforest, and desert environments, is also a world-renowned attraction in Omaha. There are four Fortune 500 firms headquartered in Omaha, which is also host to the College World Series baseball competition.

For a relaxing trip, book your Omaha car rental in advance with Enjoy Travel for the best deals! Prices for daily car rental in Omaha start from just $43 for an economy class car such as a Chevrolet Spark or similar. For a compact car like a Ford Focus or similar, prices average at $56 per day.

Guide of Omaha


Omaha, Nebraska, has a population of 475,862 and is situated in Douglas County. Omaha's geography is defined by its proximity to the Missouri River. Omaha became known as the "Gateway to the West" because of its location on the Missouri River, which served as a departure point for tens of thousands of people heading west in the 1800s.

Climate in Omaha

As Nebraska's largest city, Omaha has a continental climate with chilly winters and scorching summers punctuated by thunderstorms that sometimes last for days at a time. At an elevation of 350 meters, the city is situated in the Midwest of the United States, not far from the country's geographic center (1,150 feet). Fall is the greatest season to visit Omaha, followed by a small window of early summer splendor. Temperatures drop to a comfortable 70 degrees Fahrenheit from September until the end of October, and rain is quite rare.


The Omaha, along with the progenitors of the Kansa, Osage, Ponca, and Quapaw Tribes, originally resided in the Ohio River Valley. The tribes eventually split up, and the majority of them traveled west. It is commonly understood that the word "Omaha" refers to persons who are "moving against the wind or current." Oral legend holds that the Quapaw were a tribe of people who traveled downriver from the Ohio River. As a result, they were dubbed the Omaha tribe.

Things To Do in Omaha

Discover the Durham Museum

History fans will enjoy the Durham Museum's many intriguing galleries, each illustrating a different period in Omaha's history. The permanent displays here, which are affiliated with the famous Smithsonian Institution, feature model trains that may be entered and examined, as well as a vintage automobile from the 1940s. 'Baright Home and Family Gallery' and the Byron Reed Collection are two notable attractions where you would enjoy spending time. Rare papers, pictures, coin collections, and other artifacts from the 1898 Trans-Mississippi and International Exhibition will captivate you as you wander about. After that, you may refresh yourself with a milkshake or a cup of coffee at the on-site café.

Visit the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium

The Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, spanning over more than a hundred acres and home to a broad range of exotic species, is one of Omaha's most famous tourist attractions. This massive zoo is ideal for a family adventure and has America's biggest indoor rainforest, where mischievous gibbons will entertain you with their antics. The zoo provides a wide range of animal encounters, from the Hubbard Orangutan Forest to the Suzanne and Walter Scott Aquarium, where visitors can go through a 70-foot-long shark tunnel. Dome Desert is well-known for being the world's biggest indoor desert, whilst Kingdoms of Night entices tourists to get up close and personal with nocturnal wildlife. In addition, for an extra cost, the whole family may see documentaries in the zoo's incredible Imax Theater.

Visit the Lauritzen Gardens

When it comes to a romantic getaway, the spacious 100-acre Lauritzen Gardens – Omaha's Botanical Center is the perfect location. Set in the riverside hills section of the city, this garden was established in 1995 and has roses, herbs, peonies, and other flowers blooming over three miles of paths. The Arboretum and Bird Sanctuary, as well as an indoor conservatory, are all noteworthy attractions. The model railroad is a major attraction with the younger crowd.

Eating Out in Omaha

Eating out in Omaha is a delight since the city has a plethora of restaurants serving international cuisine. Here are our best picks for a fantastic eating experience. Dante delivers exquisite Italian delicacies such as wood-fired Neapolitan pizza and delicious handmade lasagna. You may follow it up with a glass of excellent Italian wine. The Bagel Bin, which has been in business for almost 40 years, serves New York-style bagels. You'll like the golden egg bagel, a local favorite, among the various flavors. Blue & Fly delivers casual Chinese cuisine with American influences. Here, you can savor hot fish and Sichuan peppercorn stew.



Omaha is served by Omaha Airport (OMA), commonly referred to as Eppley Airfield. It is an international airport located at a distance of 6 miles from the city center.

Getting Around Omaha

Omaha is rather simple to navigate. The Omaha Metro is the city's mass transportation bus system, including stations in Ralston, La Vista, Bellevue, Papillion, and Council Bluffs. Taxis, limousines, and shuttle buses are readily accessible from the airport. Most hotels also provide free airport pick-up and drop-off services.

Many visitors also opt to explore Omaha at their own leisure and have access to the most remote parts of a place by renting a car. Many car rental suppliers may be found in the city center. Taxis and Ubers are also widely available.

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FAQs about car rental in Omaha

Most frequently asked questions about renting a car in Omaha

The average cost per day of renting a car in Omaha is just US$63.
Prices for Omaha car rental start from just US$43 when booking in advance with Enjoy Travel.
To rent a car in Omaha, you must be at least 21 years old.
Additional drivers can be added to your Omaha car rental agreement upon request.
The best car for exploring Omaha would be an economy car such as a Chevrolet Spark or similar.
The distance from Omaha to Lincoln is of 59 miles.
The distance from Omaha to Bellevue is of 10 miles.
The distance from Omaha to Grand Island is of 150 miles.
Omaha is located in Douglas county.
Speed limit in Omaha is 75 mph (rural interstate highways).
Omaha has an area of 144.59 square miles.
Omaha hosts one of the world's best zoos (Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo-Aquarium)
The temperature in Omaha typically varies from 13°F to 86°F.

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