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Where to pick up your car
There are over 25 car hire locations in Chile, and the most popular city is Los Ángeles.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Chile are Econorent, Europcar, Alamo, Rosselot and Chilean Rent a Car.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Chile are October and January.
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Hire a car in Chile
A country of extremes, Chile is a cradle of pristine landscapes and endless road trips.
A narrow strip of land snaking up the South American coast between the South Pacific Ocean and the Andes, the country may seem geographically bizarre and isolated. Yet, Chile’s diverse scenery is an unbeatable adventure playground, made up of glaciers, snowy mountains, deserts and bubbling volcanoes. Under the night sky, these otherworldly settings only become more dramatic.
Just as Chile is synonymous with trekking, it is also made for road trips – though once in a while you might have to share the road with an oxcart. Hit the road and you’ll encounter the country’s generous spirit and breathtaking nature.
Sights to see
With 4, 500km of coastline, yet no wider than 180km Chile is a nation of startling contrasts. Read on to find out more about what awaits you on your Chilean getaway.
Things to do in Chile
Chile is a long thin stretch of country, like a ribbon between the Pacific Ocean and the long Andes chain. To the west is the striking beauty of the endless, blue Pacific Ocean, to the east the towering Andes, featuring some of the highest mountains and volcanoes in the world. In the North of Chile is the Atecama, the world's driest desert and the south by contrast is covered by the ice fields and glaciers of Chilean Patagonia. Middle Chile has the celebrated High Cordillera – commonly known amongst skiers as the best downhill skiing on the continent. And no visitor to Chile should miss out on the Chilean lake district, the spectacular scenery of deep blue mountain lakes, snow-capped volcanoes, and lush forests is nothing short of breath-taking.
Chile: Discover more
Chile's capital Santiago has many of its own flavours to be sampled, with countless restaurants, museums and clubs, many say it is the beating heart of Chile. However also worth a visit is Chile's main port of Valparaiso – declared a world heritage site thanks to its natural beauty and stunning, colourful original architecture and layout.