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Where to pick up your car
There are over 75 car hire locations in Mexico, and the most popular city is Cancun.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Mexico are Europcar, Hertz, Mex, Budget and America.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Mexico are March and September.
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Hire a car in Mexico
A mix of vibrant colours, bold sounds and fiery flavours cast Mexico as an irresistible destination.
A proud yet warm-hearted nation, Mexico attractions millions to its crystal beaches each year. For a true adventure though, you have to travel beyond the country’s gated resorts. Trek through mountains, deserts and tropical rainforests or climb the great Mayan monuments. The bonus is that no matter what road you take, you’ll stumble across the world’s best taco joints.
Unless you have unlimited time, seeing the entirety of this massive North American country is a near impossible challenge. But with a car, you can get a little bit closer to Mexico’s most alluring sights. Search for your car hire with easyCar to make the most of your Mexican road trip.
Sights to see
Mexico has long been a popular holiday destination for couples, travellers and families alike. The beautiful weather, gorgeous beaches and host of activities keep luring people back year after year. With so many different places to visit within the country, you will never be short of ideas for things to get up to and destinations to tick off.
Things to do
A huge amount of people head to Mexico for the beaches. Cancun is particularly popular for tourists and those who want a taste of home when they're away. While it is quite commercialised, there are plenty of beach-based activities to do that keep you in touch with what Mexico is all about. There are thought to be around 24 dive sites and the areas boasts some stunning reefs, giving you the option of diving as deep as 85 feet to see hundreds of fish and sea life.
Golf is another popular pastime in Mexico with courses found all over the country. You can choose from long or short courses and difficult or easy ones. The beauty of playing golf in Mexico is that you have the choice of your landscape. Courses can be found everywhere from wooded areas to tropical climates, from the city centre to courses surrounded by vegetation; the choice is yours.
If you're into history, you'll find some stunning pieces of ancient architecture. Don't leave without visiting Chichen Itza, the world of the ancient Maya. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ruins at Chichen Itza date back to the seventh century and the beautiful structures will give you some fabulous photo opportunities.
Mexico is huge so hire a car and start exploring the different areas. The food is renowned so make sure you stop off in a local restaurant and try some of the delicacies. Fried grasshoppers and maguey worms are just two of them if you're feeling adventurous at dinner time. Of course, you'll find the world-renowned tacos and guacamole in plenty of establishments if you don't want to be as daring. Rocky Point, Sonora is worth a visit if you want to try some fresh seafood while Puerto Vallarta is often referred to as a food Mecca.
You may be planning a wedding in Mexico, or perhaps you're going to a friend or relative's. There are lots of different places all over the country that would be an ideal location, with one of the most unique being Cozumel. This island is one of the few places where you can put on scuba tanks and stage a marriage ceremony in the ocean; ideal for water sports fans or couples looking for something a bit different.
Visit Mineral de Pozos, Guanajuato to see an old ghost town. Since it was created, the town has been abandoned twice as the old mines fell into disuse and the locals moved on. It is now starting to fill up with people again but the old mines and metal deposits are worth a visit to hear about the local legends.