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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Vermont 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.
Vermont is quite unlike many other American states. It has a very quiet, relaxed, rural outlook, and the people are independent and proud of their state. They banned advertising billboards on their roads many years ago, so the country is largely unspoilt and still pretty.
On the other hand, don't mistake Vermont for being the backwoods of the United States. The people there were progressive enough to be the first state to sign up to same-sex marriage, and the skiing here is out of this world.
Vermont is so rural that without a car, you're going to struggle to see anything of note. Once you've picked up your vehicle, however, the entire state is at your disposal, and you can visit 18th century towns like Woodstock and Manchester, stay the night in a colonial era inn, or take on a week of travelling around the Northeast Kingdom region, which is rural countryside dotted with tiny villages and beautiful scenery.
If you're not just here for the scenery, but you also wanted things to do on your holiday, you're in the right place. Whether it's hiking, boating, fishing, or cycling, you and your family can have blissful days out in a place that feels like it belongs in an entirely different century. Lose yourselves in the Mad River Valley which is alive with streams and rivulets, or visit the sugarhouses that produce Vermont's world-famous maple syrup, and you'll find that you become immersed in this quiet but rich way of life.
Car rental with Alamo is easy as you can hire a car directly from Burlington International Airport, but while you're in the only large city in the state, you should park that vehicle up immediately, and visit the Church Street Marketplace, which is a pedestrianised shopping zone and take a trip on the ferry from Burlington to New York, a cheap way to traverse the majestic Lake Champlain.
Food in Vermont is something to write home about, because the entire state buys into the farm-to-fork philosophy. Nearly every restaurant and café produces amazing home-cooked, regional food, and the standards are high while the plates are large. You'll never go hungry, and you'll also find that your money stretches comfortably far, with a good choice of accommodation wherever you go. Whether you prefer to stay in modest motel accommodation, or affluent historic inns, you'll find what you like in Vermont.