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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location is Winnipeg Richardson International Airport (YWG), just under 20 mins' drive from the centre (about 10km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Winnipeg are Hertz, Alamo and Budget.
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Warmest month: July (20°C)
Coldest month: January (-16°C)
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Hire a car in Winnipeg
Despite its cold climate, Winnipeg has a warm heart.
Resting at the centre of Canada, the city’s tough exterior and agricultural focus can be off-putting. But Winnipeg has established itself as a hub of culture with a lively arts community and renowned museums.
The capital of Manitoba and the gateway to the prairies, the city is also passionately dedicated to its sports teams, so be prepared to cheer if you attend a game. Whether you're making your way through Canada’s prairies or Manitoba’s wild territory, Winnipeg makes a great road trip base. Head to the city’s nearby lakes or provincial parks for a welcome dose of fresh air and scenic views.
Sights to see
The capital of Manitoba, Canada, Winnipeg may well suffer from long cold winters, but you will never be short of anything to do. It may well be becuse of the need to distract its residents from the cold that Winnipeg has become what is undoubteldy one of the most vibrant cultural centres of Canada. If you visit Winnipeg in summer be sure to spend the day in Assinibourne Park, with its zoo, English gardens and lovely scenic walks.
Winnipeg: Discover more
However, during winter in Winnipeg you are much off better indoors. Use your easyCar rental to travel between The Manitoba Museum, where you can explore diverse ecological environments and discover an interactive tour of the night sky, and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, with its magnificant collection of Inuit art and pieces by Canadian and international artists. You could also drive down to Forks Market to do a bit of exploring in Winnipeg, the market sells everything from fresh foods and delicious local specialities to ethnic crafts, there are even four restaurants on site.