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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in New Hampshire 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.
The Granite State attracts a host of visitors each year. If you're hoping to visit the lakes, enjoy the fall colours or take advantage of the winter sports during your visit to the United States, Alamo offers cheap and efficient car hire, with a pick up and drop off point at Manchester Airport.
Alamo is one of the largest vacation rental car providers in the United States. Our top priority is meeting the needs of our customers, whether it's something as small as a satnav for finding your way around, or as important as advice on snow tyres. We aim to make our booking services and check-in as simple and convenient as possible, and use our partnerships to offer the best deals possible. We know that delays can destroy your peace of mind while travelling, so if you give us the flight number for your booking, we'll be sure to have your car ready even if your plane comes in late.
New Hampshire is known as the Granite State on account of its dramatic rock formations and quarries: it's not surprising that it has some of the best skiing on East Coast. To reach the White Mountains range up at the northern end of the state, you can take the Interstate 93 from Manchester Airport, which will take you through New Hampshire's capital city, Concord, before branching east to join Route 16. Off Route 16 lies the famous Mount Washington Auto Road up to the highest summit in the range. Drive all the way to the top of that and you'll owe yourself a bumper sticker to take back home.
New Hampshire is also a popular summer destination, and with a car you can reach and explore the White Mountains National Forest, which connects the Vermont and Maine sections of the Appalachian Trail, a popular spot for lakeside cabin holidays. There's even an 18-mile stretch of coastline down in the southeast corner of the state, including Hampton Beach.
Fall is a beautiful time to visit New Hampshire, as the roads are lined with spectacular fall foliage. There's no sales tax in New Hampshire, so you might want to combine the leaf peeping with a trip to the New Hampshire Mall in Manchester, to take advantage of the prices.