Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up in Georgia 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.
Whether you touch down at Savannah International Airport in the east of the state or Columbus Metropolitan Airport in the west, Alamo will be waiting with your hire car. Our easy online booking and fleet of modern, reliable vehicles means we can provide the most efficient and affordable car rental service in Georgia, giving you peace of mind and the freedom to enjoy your relaxing holiday in the Empire State of the South.
The town of Savannah is known as the Hostess City of the South, and attracts millions of visitors every year to wander amongst its historic buildings and elegant Victorian architecture. A picture of old world southern charm and hospitality, walking through the formal squares and green parks of Savannah's Historic District is like taking a trip back in time. In South West Georgia, the Pebble Hill Plantation near Thomasville captures the faded grandeur of the Antebellum Era with its stately architectural magnificence. The grounds resonate with calm and tranquillity, while the main house functions as an extensive museum.
If golf is your passion, then Georgia is the place to be. Just down the Atlantic coast from Savannah, Sea Island boasts two world class courses, as well as a luxury spa hotel and many other attractions. The 3,200 acre Stone Mountain Park is just a short drive from Atlanta and includes a sculpture park, two golf courses, hiking trails and many other outdoor activities in a stunning natural environment. Jekyll Island, a pre-war private retreat for the super-rich, is now open to everyone and also includes a spectacular golf course among its many delights.
With your hire car, of course, you will want to take advantage of the open road to see as much of the state as possible. Route 76 through the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest is the state's most scenic drive, taking in the kitsch Alpine village of Helen and gorgeous natural vistas. The forest also offers a host of outdoor pursuits including horse riding, hiking, kayaking and fishing.
Returning to Atlanta, the Martin Luther King Jr National Site takes in the civil rights leader's birthplace, the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where his most powerful sermons can be heard, and finally his tomb on a brick island in the reflecting pool. The city's Georgia Aquarium is the largest in the world and is just one of many reasons to explore Georgia to the full.