Why rent a car in Medellin with us?
Rent a car on CheapOair.ca and explore Medellin at your leisure. A rental car is one of the best means to visit all your favorite attractions in Medellin including the Pueblito Paisa, a reconstruction of a Antioquia village, Museo Universidad de Antioquia and Plaza de Cisneros. When you book a rental car with us, you will always get the best Medellin car rental deals. Apart from saving big with our cheap rates, renting a car with us is also very easy and convenient. All you have to do is, choose a car that suits your needs and you can pick up your rental car, right at the Medellin Airport or have it delivered in your hotel.
Getting Around Medellin
A rental car is the best means to explore Medellin, but driving around Medellin can be quite a task especially if you are visiting the city for the first time. To help you avoid unnecessary hassle, below are some tips on getting around the city:
Medellin speed limit for residential areas is about 19 miles per hour, for urban areas is 37 miles per hour while the national speed limit average is 50 miles per hour.
The best place to park your car while in Medellin is the hotel parking lots, especially in the ustreet ones in Carrera. Another safe parking lot is the Medellin Airport's authorized parking space.
Avoid the highways during rainy season as there is possibility of massive road block due to landslides.
Take a Day Trip!
Take the hour and half long drive to Guatape, a popular ecotourism destination that attracts both foreigners and locals alike. A hydroelectric dam, the huge rock of Peñón de Guatape and the sweeping views of the horizon it offers from the top, create the charm of the town. The drive to Guatape is what makes the place more worthwhile, thanks to the beautiful Colombian countryside lined with small towns, farms, hills and friendly people.
If you wish to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Sabaneta, located about 10 miles to the west is your ideal destination. Dine in the charming open-air cafes and explore the wilderness of La Romera Ecological Park and María Auxiliadora Sanctuary.