Car Hire Denver Airport

Free Additional Driver with your Denver International Airport Car Hire

Downtown Denver, Colorado

When flying towards the snow-capped Rockies in the distance, you're sure to become excited for your arrival at Denver Airport. Colorado is full of old gold rush towns, but it's the great outdoors people fly into Denver for.

As well as towering mountains perfect for skiing and snowboarding, you can find desert canyons, forests and rivers throughout the state. Organising car hire at Denver Airport with Alamo Rent A Car means you can be on your way to your dream holiday in style – and with extras like ski racks and winter tyres. Why not take advantage of our free addition driver offer and share the amazing experience of driving in Denver with a friend, for no extra cost?

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Arriving at Denver Airport

When flying into the city, you'll be amazed at how the towering Rockies jut out from the comparatively flat plains around. Luckily, it doesn't take long for you to be on your way there when you organise car hire at Denver Airport with Alamo Rent A Car. After picking up your suitcases at baggage claim, exit and proceed to the shuttle bus pickup area at curb number 4. From there, proceed to the Alamo counter to pick up your comfortable rental vehicle – or choose our self-service kiosk. If you're in a rush, organise 'skip the counter' check-in and head straight to your vehicle and onto the road – our friendly customer service team will be happy to help you.

Travelling from Denver Airport

Once you've picked up your hire vehicle, simply drive west along the I-70 to get to downtown Denver, making sure to turn off on Brighton Boulevard. If you're embarking on a ski trip, you can head straight from the airport to the ski resorts by following the I-70 out of Denver and towards the mountains. The route takes you past old gold mines and increasingly steep slopes as you get further into the Rockies. Ready for your road trip on the Mount Evans Scenic Byway? Stay on the I-70 for 32 miles before leaving at exit 240 towards Idaho Springs, the first stop on an incredible journey.

Driving in Denver

Driving around Denver itself is relatively simple, as the whole city is built in a grid structure. If you do find yourself a little lost however, you can easily find your bearings. You can see the Rockies from practically anywhere in Denver, if you look to the west of the city. Alternatively, you can always organise for satellite navigation when arranging your car hire at Denver Airport. When driving in and around Denver in the winter, make sure you're prepared for snowy conditions. It's a good idea to always check the weather forecast and to drive at a slow pace if roads become slippery – and if there's heavy snowfall, you can always duck into one of Denver's downtown cafes or restaurants for some cosy shelter.

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