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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Indiana is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Smack in the middle of America's mid-west, Indiana isn't often the first choice for a holiday, and you certainly aren't going to find hordes of tourists during high season - a bonus if you like peace and quiet over crowds. There's a lovely, quiet culture that threads through the people, the activities and the state itself, and it lends itself to a lovely, laidback holiday if you're prepared to explore.
There's one big city in Indiana: Indianapolis, and it has at least everything that any other city can boast, not to mention the Indy 500 Speedway. There are great places to eat, fantastic shopping opportunities, and some of the nightclubs and bars are truly excellent.
For many people, Indianapolis is enough for them to feel like they've seen it all, but if you're the kind of person who wants more, you're more likely to find it if you hire a set of wheels. There are some beautiful (and delicious) wineries and vineyards across the southeast of the state, so if you happen to head for the expansive and well-maintained Brown State Park, make sure you check out the vineyards, as it would be a shame to miss out.
Speaking of the Brown State Park, it isn't the only place where you can hike and camp and be as one with nature, but it's a great place to start if you like things active. For something a little more unusual, try the Indiana Dunes State Park near Lake Michigan, for the most amazing sand dunes in weird formations.
In addition, there's also Amish country in Indiana, and here you will find stunningly crafted, handmade furniture and other delights such as lovely jam and handmade bed linen to purchase, as well as being able to observe a very timeless way of life that has been almost untouched by the modern world for centuries.
If you want to see the state of Indiana in its entirety, including its important historical sites and parts of Lake Michigan, you can easily lease a hire car from Indianapolis International Airport, South Bend Regional Airport, or Evansville Regional Airport.
If you haven't already booked somewhere to stay, either inside the lovely city of Indianapolis, or elsewhere, you're going to find it really easy and straightforward to do so, and better still, all accommodation and attractions are great value, as well as the copious food and drink opportunities.