Agra

Do you need a car in Agra?

Should you rent a car in Agra India > Agra

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The city of Agra is undoubtedly most famous for being the location of the Taj Mahal, one of the world’s most iconic and heavily photographed tourist destinations. Needless to say, this is a place which is perfectly well served by train, bus and other local transport services.

Whether you arrive into Agra by train, by plane or by bus, there are numerous local transport options for onward transfer in order to visit the Taj Mahal. The main railway station is situated adjacent to the famous Agra Fort, and from here, the Taj Mahal complex is just over 1km / less than a mile away.

Beyond Agra

It would be a shame to come this far, and to only have time for the Taj Mahal itself, and perhaps a brief glance at Agra Fort. There is still a great deal to see nearby, but regardless of how long you have here, and what else you manage to visit, a hire car is unlikely to be much help:

  • Fatehpur Sikri – situated around 45 minutes away from Agra by road, or just over one hour by train is the stunning but haunting abandoned for complex of Fatehpur Sikri.
  • Bharatpur – situated on the busy tourist route between Agra and Jaipur is the historic palace of Lohagrarh, itself surrounded by it’s own walled fort set within a moat. Bharatpur is also the gateway to the Keoladeo National Park, known for its incredible variety of migratory birds. The park gate is right on the edge of Bharatpur, a city which is compact and easy enough to walk around, although you may prefer to take a minibus or taxi to the park.

Either way, a hire car here just really isn’t going to be a huge amount of use.

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  • Very few reasons to rent a hire car in Agra!

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  • All of the main attractions are a short distance from public transport.
  • Buses and taxis are widely available and cheap.
  • Trains will take you right to the Agra Fort.
  • Taj Mahal is close to Agra Fort railway stations.
  • Excursions beyond Agra by rail.
  • Poor state of local roads.
  • Very limited car hire availability.

Agra car hire verdict

Do I need a car in Agra? The car hire market in India is not widely developed, and only a few of the major international players are represented here.

Therefore, there is little reason to recommend hiring a car in Agra.

Verdict – NO

Ratings

Car rental in - Agra Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Agra?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Agra?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Agra?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Agra if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Agra if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Agra if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

1

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Alicante

Alicante Overview


Car / no Car Scores

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Scores by Option

Train: Bus: Cycle: Walk:

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Driving: ****-Driving: ****-
Train:**—Driving: ****-
Bus: *–*-Driving: ****-
Walk: *—-Driving: ****-
Cycle: ***–Driving: ****-

Do you need a car in Alicante?

Should you rent a car in Alicante Spain > Alicante

Generally, we would say that a hire car is a good idea if you are flying into Alicante and then heading for one of the various coastal resorts in the area. Additionally, we would say that it’s more the case here than it is in any other destination in mainland Spain.

Alicante Introduction

Why? Why not? Ratings
Do you need a car in Alicante?
Benidorm at sunrise. You don’t need a car in Alicante just to get to and from, or around the resort, but it’s very useful for all other reasons.

Why should you rent a car in Alicante?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Alicante?

Alicante Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

40%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€30

 #12/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €85

18/300

 

Free parking score

Total 1956 - of which 440 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

22%

#232/300

 

Do you need a car in Alicante? Here are a few reasons why:

  • We would advise getting a rental car in Alicante for all of the obvious reasons you would expect here. Alicante car hire is cheap, the roads are of a good standard, and with a rental car, you will have a huge amount more flexibility.
  • In terms of specific places to visit when you hire a car in Alicante, this is mainly a matter of exploring coastal scenery and beaches in either direction from the city. Also,  a car can also be useful for exploring inland, and particularly for heading to attractive local towns like Teruel. (See also Valencia – you can do some of this by train).
  • There have been some improvements in the tram network around the city of Alicante in recent years, but there’s still nothing stretching out as far as the airport. Most of the more recent holiday resort development has been very much based around serving tourists who either have their own hire cars, or who are more likely to use and taxis and resort shuttles.

Why not? Visiting Alicante without a car

Why? Why not? Ratings Comments

Alicante public transport quick facts

Train score

 

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Water travel score

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Overall public transport score

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Walking and Cycling Overview

Active travel score

(walking + cycling)

60%

The one place where you really will find that public transport is more than adequate is in the city of Alicante itself.

Alicante city & resorts without a car

  • With the tram work network having expanded massively in recent years, you should have no problem getting around using either this system or the local buses. However, there is a sharp decline in service standards the moment you get outside the city.
  • Historic Alicante is also easy enough to walk around.
  • Various bike hire options are ideal for gentle cycling along the beach.
  • Since you will often be walking in narrower medieval streets, there’s always plenty of shade – but be warned that much of the old town is hilly.
  • Alicante is popular with road cyclists, but there aren’t so many off road trails, and designated cycle paths are limited to a few areas around the waterfront.
  • There are a few urban cycling routes in Alicante.
  • Most of the central area in Alicante is also either pedestrianised, or on streets which are closed off for through traffic.
  • Within major resorts like Benidorm, you will find adequate local bus services, including tourist buses.
  • Most major resorts have a huge range of activities within easy walking distances of the main hotels.
  • Local buses and suburban trains are also more than adequate for reaching some of the nearby coastal towns.

Beyond Alicante without a car

  • To reach Benidorm from the airport, you can take an hourly coach service, bookable online from ALSA – https://www.alsa.com/en/web/bus/home.
  • The same company also offer direct buses from Alicante to Murcia via the airport. In both cases, the airport transfer will take about an hour.
  • The local trains might not take you to anywhere particularly useful. However, you can certainly fly into Alicante and then continue on by express train to other parts of Spain.
  • If you are looking for a fast link to Madrid or Barcelona, or if you want to take a day trip to Valencia (see those pages for further details).
  • Alternatively, you can also travel onwards from Alicante to any of the Balearic Islands by ferry.

Integration

A key factor to consider when trying to get around Alicante without a car is whether or not public transport services are well integrated with each other.

Generally, in Alicante, this really isn’t the case, although with a bit of research, you’ll find your way around easily enough.

  • The centre of transport in Alicante is the main station, which will be labelled “Terminal” or “Estacion Intermodal”. This station has been expanded to cater for new fast AVE services to Madrid, taking around 2 1/2 hours.
  • Local mainline train services will all use the Terminal station.
  • However, the train to Benidorm (change there for Denia) is operated as part of the tram system. By all means take it to enjoy the ride, but the bus is much quicker!
  • Trams currently terminate in an underground station at Luceros, which is around 300m walk from the main station. There is a plan to extend this to the main station, but this project is currently on hold due to budget constraints.
  • There’s a bus station at Avenue Loring. Again, this isn’t quite at the railway station, so allow time for a short walk.
  • The old railway station next to the bus station is now an impressive arts space and tourist centre. However, you won’t find any trains here, so don’t fall into this  trap!
  • You’ll see the Alicante-Murcia mainline just behind the car rental lots at the airport. The nearest station is at Torrelano, about 2.5km / 30 minutes walk away. Generally, buses will be quicker for getting from the airport to Murcia, but if you want to take the train, budget for a short taxi ride.

Verdict

Do you need a car in Alicante?

  • Unless you are planning on spending most of your time in the city of Alicante itself, then everything in this region lends itself towards getting a hire car.
  • Because so much of the tourism here is centred on resorts like Benidorm, rather than on the city proper. If you want to do anything other than shuttle to and from the beach, then an Alicante hire car is going to make sense.

Ratings

Car rental in - Alicante Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Alicante?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Alicante?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Alicante?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Alicante if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Alicante if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Alicante if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

9

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Amman

Do you need a car in Amman?

Should you rent a car in Amman Jordan > Amman

The Jordanian capital is an incredibly compact city, where the historic core is richly connected and inherently walkable.

Amman Introduction

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There are few reasons to want to drive anywhere immediately outside of the city, because all of the major attractions in Amman are very central. The compact nature of the old citadel makes driving impractical, with many of the narrow streets only being open to one way traffic.

It is much easier to walk, or at least trust the navigation to local taxi drivers.

Visitors arriving at Queen Alia International airport outside Amman can also make relatively easy road transfers into the city centre, whether by taxi, scheduled bus or private transfers. The airport was purpose built in the early 1980s to cater for growing air traffic. You will find it some 20 miles (30km) from the city centre. A new terminal, designed by Foster & Partners, opened in 2012.

You may well notice the railway to Aqaba crossing the airport access road, but for the time being, this line is not open to passenger traffic. Rail transport in Jordan is very limited, with the one passenger service currently still open being the line running through Zarqa and Mafraq. This line has historically continued through to Damascus in Syria – please check locally for any operational updates.

Beyond Amman

  • Petra – The ancient city of Petra, which is by far and away the most famous tourist attraction in Jordan is nowhere near Amman, but some 3 to 4 hours’ drive south of the city. Petra is much nearer to the resort of Aqaba. There is still little reason to want to drive down to Petra in a hire car. It is much easier to either fly directly to Aqaba in the first place, or to transfer to Petra by bus or coach.
  • Wadi Rum – used as a backdrop for numerous films, from Lawrence of Arabia to various Sci-Fi epics as a stand-in for Mars, Wadi Rum is a further 110 km south of Petra. Allow around 2 hours’ drive from Petra, or 5 hours from Amman.
  • Aqaba – the red sea resort city of Aqaba sits due west of Wadi Rum, or around 125 km / 80 miles by car south of Petra.

When combined with the Dana Biosphere Reserve, which sits to the north of Petra on the route down from Amman, you may start to see a potential road trip unfolding. Whether you see this working its way into a one week car hire excursion is another matter though. You may well still find that this route can be done using organised tours. Scheduled bus services are an easy enough option between Amman and the three main places above – Dana reserve less so.

Why should you rent a car in Amman?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Amman?

Amman Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

40%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€160

 #193/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €300

203/300

 

Free parking score

Total 169 - of which 114 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

67%

#58/300

 

  • Head south on your own terms – a natural road trip would include Dana Biosphere, Petra, Wadi Rum and Aqaba.
  • Limited rail services – trains of no real use for tourists.

Why should you rent a car in Amman?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Amman?

Amman Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

40%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€160

 #193/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €300

203/300

 

Free parking score

Total 169 - of which 114 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

67%

#58/300

 

  • Easier to rely on packaged trips.
  • Destinations like Petra involve spending large amounts of time in enclosed car free areas, a car only useful to get there in first place.
  • In many situations, it will be easier to get where you want to go by bus, as this avoids the hassles of renting and driving.
  • Jordan has a very poor road safety record.

Ratings

Car rental in - Amman Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Amman?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Amman?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Amman?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Amman if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Amman if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Amman if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

3

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Given the inhospitable nature of the Jordanian landscape, and given that many of the tourist experiences outside Amman itself will be well packaged regardless, we see little reason to look at getting a car here. It’s worth looking at if you really crave for the independence a car will give you, despite all the hassles. Relatively speaking, Jordan is a moderately safe place, but that’s easy if you take that comparison against Jordan’s immediate neighbours!

Car hire and car driving is still a risk wherever you go. You may well be able to find a decent Amman car hire deal directly from Queen Alia Airport, and you may indeed want to head straight on a road trip of the south, missing out Amman altogether and going straight for Petra and the barren delights of Wadi Rum. If you do this, I think that would be a shame, as you’d be missing out on the many points of interest in Jordan’s ancient historic capital.

Highways in Jordan are generally modern and well laid out, especially between the cities. Sadly, there is no working rail service that will be of any use to visitors to Amman.

Do you need a car in Amman?  Ultimately, our Amman car hire verdict remains a “no”, but it’s certainly one of our softer recommendations. If you are already coming here with getting a hire car in mind, then a bus of some kind is going to be your only other real option, unless you want to hire a private car with driver. Once you are thinking about doing that, then a standard rental car starts to look like a much better option.

Verdict – no (soft).

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Amritsar

Should you hire a car in Amritsar?

Should you rent a car in Amritsar India > Amritsar

As with other cities in India, the local car hire market is not well developed. It’s obvious to suggest that the core focus of any visit to Amritsar is going to have the Golden Temple as a highlight, but any excursions from the city are still more likely to be by private tour minibus or coach, rather than in your own self drive car.

Amritsar Introduction

Why? Why not? Ratings

Any consideration of the best places to see outside the city of Amritsar itself have to consider some of the geographical realities of the area. Situated right in the northwest tip of India, Amritsar sits less than 15km / 10 miles from the border with Pakistan, and the suburbs of the city of Lahore run right up to this border. However, due to the ongoing political conflict between India and Pakistan, these two cities might as well be worlds apart.

Why should you rent a car in Amritsar?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Amritsar?

Amritsar Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

20%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€X

 #299/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €X

300/300

 

Free parking score

Total 78 - of which 50 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

64%

#74/300

 

  • The main reason to look at Amritsar car hire would be to head towards the Himalayas. You could head through the former summer capital of Shimla and then beyond.
  • A car is going to be very useful as you get further towards the mountains.
  • Generally, you should hire a car in Amritsar if you want to drive well outside the city. There is no need to have a car within the city itself.

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  • For anything and everything relating to the centre of Amritsar itself – there is no need for a hire car to visit the Golden Temple, Gobind Garh Fort, or for the Jallianwala Bagh Monument, site of the Massacre in 1919.
  • The Amritsar walking trail is an important part of the city’s heritage.
  • Amristar has invested heavily in bus rapid transport. A new rapid transit route opened in the Autumn of 2017 – in contrast to Delhi, which has cancelled a similar project.
  • If you do plan to head towards the Himalayas, be prepared to slow down a bit if you want to do this by public transport. A train from Amritsar Junction will take you as far as Kalka in about 6 hours. From here the fun starts as you climb slowly towards Shimla on one of India’s World Heritage mountain lines. The journey takes around 4 1/2 hours. From city to city you’d need to allow around 11 hours. This compares with about 5 hours to drive it. This makes the train excursion one for the rail fans. This is still one of the great train journeys not just of India, but of anywhere in the world, so it shouldn’t be missed if you get the chance!

Summary

Should you hire a car in Amritsar?  A hire car is something to look in to for heading into the Himalayas, rather than just the city itself. Although Amritsar is a major gateway into India from a number of major European cities, you can also fly to Shimla, or perhaps to Chandigarh as the starting point for heading towards the Himalayas – although due to its mountain location and very short runway, Shimla only has air service from Delhi.

Ratings

Car rental in - Amritsar Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Amritsar?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Amritsar?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Amritsar?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Amritsar if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Amritsar if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Amritsar if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

1

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Amsterdam

Do you need a car in Amsterdam?

Should you rent a car in Amsterdam Netherlands > Amsterdam

Amsterdam city centre has a reputation as a cyclists’ paradise and a driver’s nightmare. Is that still the case for the area around the city, and for the rest of the Netherlands? Is Amsterdam car hire ever really an option?

Amsterdam is also world-famous as a party city, with its infamous red light district and coffee shops. We presume that you already know this, so we won’t waste much time simply regurgitating the obvious: For a short stay in the centre of Amsterdam, there is absolutely no point whatsoever in even considering hiring a car.

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So, when we look at Amsterdam car hire, we’re looking at a longer trip. This might be using Amsterdam as a base or a start point for exploring not just the local area, but the significant hinterland beyond.

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Do you need a car in Amsterdam? Reasons why you might!

In and around Amsterdam

  • Good roads: Whilst it is true that many more journeys in the Netherlands are made by bike than they are in the UK or the USA, the quality of the roads is still very high. Because public transport is also of a very high standard, there is less congestion. This means there is more space on the roads for those people who do want to drive.
  • The Netherlands also has three times as many miles of motorway per capita as the UK does, so it is easy to get around by any means.
  • Low congestion – it’s actually a great myth to say you “can’t” or “shouldn’t” drive in Amsterdam, especially if you are staying in a suburban location and travelling around the country. Because it has such a well developed cycling and public transport network, Amsterdam is actually one of the least congested major cities in Europe. You will find the same situation in other Dutch cities too. The emphasis is always on encouraging alternatives, and restricting “through” traffic in town centres.
  • Cost of trains: We (in the UK or the USA) might look to the Netherlands as having a high standard of public transport, but the trains are still relatively pricey on a per mile basis. There are no off-peak or advance purchase discounts for visitors. Bring over a family, and a hire car easily works out as better value than going by train.

Driving beyond the Amsterdam area

  • Get out: This isn’t just about the city centre of Amsterdam — Schiphol airport is a gateway for a vast hinterland beyond Amsterdam itself. There are so many flight routes operating here that aren’t available at many of the other nearby airports, or even at major neighbouring cities like Brussels or Dusseldorf.
  • Architecture: Architecture buffs will find that the Netherlands is full of all kinds of interesting historic and modern buildings. These are sometimes in small towns or in the suburbs — even bland industrial units in the Netherlands can often be meticulously put together. The best way to conduct a self-guided architectural tour is to have the flexibility of a car. Of particular note are the unique self built houses in the new city of Almere, the cube houses in Rotterdam. You could also follow the Dudok trail in Hilversum. It’s also worth diverting to look at the three bridges designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava in Hoofddorp, near Schiphol Airport.
  • Engineering Polders: The Netherlands has an impressive system of holding back the sea, a feat regarded by many engineers as one of the most impressive pieces of civil engineering in the 20th century. You will find a car useful to drive across Ijsselmeer using the N302 or the A7 Afsluitdijk. Even though this is a motorway crossing, a slow (and cycling) lane is still available – if you can tolerate the wind!
  • Rivers & Islands: To explore the many mouths of the Rhine or the relatively deserted islands of the Waddenzee, a car is essential.
  • Dutch landscapes: A hire car is best to appreciate the typical Dutch springtime landscape of tulips, canals and windmills – but a bike will do as well.

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Amsterdam area without a car

  • Obvious isn’t it? Cities in Netherlands are tightly packed — easy to get between, and even easier to get around.
  • Bike it: Cycle hire facilities are widely available at Amsterdam Centraal and most major NS railway stations, no pre-booking required.
  • Canals: Amsterdam is a city of canals, surely the best way of getting around is to take a boat trip?
  • Public transport is excellent, who needs to even consider a rental car?

Beyond Amsterdam without a car

  • Nationwide Travelcard: To use the public transport network, users can purchase an OV-Chipkaart, which works nationwide. The cost is €7.50 for a pay as you go card.
  • High Speed Trains: The FYRA train takes you direct from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport to Rotterdam in just 27 minutes. Thalys provides rapid connections to Antwerp and Brussels. Heading in the other direction, regular fast German ICE train services provide links to Duisburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne and beyond. Note that the dedicated FYRA trains have been cancelled due to endless technical problems. A traditional locomotive hauled service currently operates, taking a minute or two longer. FYRA is still fast because it makes very few stops.

Do you need a car in Amsterdam? This might seem like a silly question for a weekend city break, but what about for longer trips?

Verdict:

Do you need a car in Amsterdam? For longer stays with more flexibility for travelling between Dutch cities and enjoying the Dutch landscape, a hire car is certainly useful, but by no means essential.

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Anchorage

Should you rent a car in Anchorage?

Should you rent a car in Anchorage USA > Anchorage

Of the car rental destinations researched for Carornocar, Anchorage is one of the most interesting. This is because the natural assumption for any first-time visitor might well be that because Alaska has so much big open country, the obvious choice here would be to head straight for the  rental car desk. Surely everyone needs a car in Anchorage – or do they?

Anchorage Introduction

Why? Why not? Ratings

For many, that is still going to be the primary choice – there’s no question about it, the vast state of Alaska offers some amazing driving opportunities. However, simply because of this great size, most of the state’s interior is completely untouched, and this in turn means that there are actually very few paved roads. In many cases, it is much easier to get around to remote locations by private air taxi!

So any road trip from Anchorage is actually going to be restricted to only a small number of route options. However, with a car you are still going to have the flexibility to stop where and when you want – something that’s not so easy by bus or train, when very limited schedules apply – nothing in Alaska works on a “hop on, hop off” basis!

So what about other ideas for exploring Alaska?

This is where things start to get really interesting. Once you plant the seed of the idea that hiring a car in Anchorage isn’t completely necessary, then a whole range of amazing non-car options starts to unravel itself.

These include some of the most scenic railway journeys that you can take anywhere in the world, together with the various different ways of taking to the waters. These include regular transport ferries as well as cruise offerings. On top of this you will find a plethora of hiking and biking options which don’t necessarily require you to use your own set of wheels to get to the start of the route.

In fact, if you are visiting a location like Denali National Park, then an Anchorage rental car is only going to get you to the park entrance. You will have to take a shuttle bus once inside the park anyway.

Why should you rent a car in Anchorage?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Anchorage?

Anchorage Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

40%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€370

 #274/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €735

239/300

 

Free parking score

Total 152 - of which 96 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

63%

#82/300

 

  • Open roads – simply because Alaska means big open country and wide open roads with very little traffic.
  • Toll-free: There are no toll roads of any kind in the state of Alaska.
  • Rail services are spectacular, but heavily limited in terms of both routes and service frequency. Expect a daily tourist train during the busy season. Expect little else outside this.
  • Regular urban buses can only be found within the city limits of Anchorage. They are of little use to tourists.
  • Inter-city coaches cover much of the Alaskan interior. However, you won’t be able to stop mid-route. Typical frequencies are only once per day at best.
  • Limited ferries – You can explore the Alaskan coast by ferry, but you still need to get to and from the port. It’s much easier to take a car with you.

Why not? Visiting Anchorage without a car

Why? Why not? Ratings Comments

Anchorage public transport quick facts

Train score

 

00%

Water travel score

30%

Overall public transport score

30%

Walking and Cycling Overview

Active travel score

(walking + cycling)

60%

Cost issues

  • Expect to pay more per day in Alaska than anywhere else – you are more likely to be in a bulky vehicle, with the heating on, and you are probably going to drive further.
  • Alaska car rental costs considerably more than any equivalent elsewhere in the USA, or in Canada. Only Hawaii is comparable on price.
  • You will need comprehensive breakdown cover, given the potential distances you may drive from Anchorage, and the limited number of service stations.
  • Fuel in Alaska is not cheap – you may be close to the refinery, but you are still paying a premium for being here. Expect to pay a little bit less than California, but more than other states in the “Continental 48”.
  • The nature of the weather and terrain makes a 4×4 vehicle very useful, and this in turn pushes up the cost of both the rental itself and fuel.

Other issues

  • There are only a limited number of public roads to drive on.
  • The railroad trips you can take here are amongst the best you will find anywhere in the world – by taking a single track rail line away from any highway, you really can get much closer to nature.
  • Many people prefer to see Alaska by taking a cruise. If this is your plan, and you want to add on a few more days in and around Anchorage, then you will find more than enough options without needing to get a rental car.
  • You really don’t need a car in Anchorage to see the most interesting places .  Using a combination of inter-city buses, train excursions, ferry and national park buses, you can see most of the key places of interest.
  • It may be worth hiring a car in Anchorage for a day or two, depending on your plans. This will be a great deal better value than renting a car for your whole trip. This will still be so, even after you have forked out for train trips and so on.
  • In the summer at least, there are several options for regular cycling and mountain bike riding around Anchorage. Cycling options include rail trails around the resort of Alyeska. You can get to the start using local buses. It’s also easy enough to rent bikes for the day.

Ratings

Car rental in - Anchorage Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Anchorage?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Anchorage?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Anchorage?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Anchorage if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Anchorage if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Anchorage if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

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Verdict

Final score:

2

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Should you rent a car in Anchorage? In order for us to say “you really don’t need a car in Anchorage”, we’d need to put forward at least a couple of options which show that you can see most of the main places of interest without one. Anchorage offers this and more. Not only is it really not worth hiring a car in Alaska for any more time than you absolutely need to, but you also have a huge choice of other options from hiking and biking to train and ferry trips. Buses also provide some vital links in between.

We have no doubt that the locals will tell you that a car is a must here. After all, that’s what they will use, but a car is also what they will already have. What we have to look at is whether or not it’s worth getting a rental car in Anchorage. That really isn’t so clear cut, since the cost is so high! Just because the locals will all use cars, the chances are they aren’t using the tourist trains or taking the ferries on a daily basis either. However, as a visitor, these services will make a huge amount of sense.

Ultimately, if you still think that you should hire a car in Anchorage, then we’d really suggest going for a shorter rental period. This will wortk out better value than having a car for the whole length of your stay. After all, it’s very easy to pick up or drop of a car downtown in the middle of the stay. Even if you need to go out to the airport, that’s not a problem either as Anchorage is a compact city.

Whatever your own choice may be, Anchorage is one place where it’s absolutely worth thinking again before heading straight to the car rental lot on auto-pilot.

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Antalya

Should you rent a car in Antalya?

Should you rent a car in Antalya Turkey > Antalya

The decision on whether or not to hire a car in Antalya will be largely based on where you are staying, and then to a lesser extent on what places you are planning to visit during your holiday.

For starters, Antalya is one of Turkey’s largest cities, with a population of over 1 million people. The city has an extensive bus network, together with a recently expanded tram system. Antalya is also one of the region’s most historic cities, and it’s a great place to stay in its own right. Any holiday based around staying within the city is unlikely to need to have a hire car included with it.

However, if you are staying in resorts around Antalya, then a rental car starts to make a lot more sense.

Antalya Introduction

Why? Why not? Ratings

Visitors arriving into Antalya have a reasonable choice of onward public transport options, once they reach the city centre. If you are travelling around Turkey by train and arriving in Antalya, then car hire options are also widely available in the city centre. However, these do not tend to be particularly good value when compared with Antalya airport car hire.

Why should you rent a car in Antalya?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Antalya?

Antalya Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

60%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€100

 #102/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €155

91/300

 

Free parking score

Total 1706 - of which 1159 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

68%

#55/300

 

  • Antalya is a destination with a large number of purpose-built holiday resort properties, including many resort villas as well as large chain hotels.
  • Whilst the hotels tend to be more self-contained with numerous different amenities on site, rental villas tend to be more geared up towards self catering and driving around to get to places.
  • If your holiday is geared more around beach and waterfront activities, then a hire car in Antalya is unlikely to needed for your whole stay. However, you might still want to consider a one or two day rental from within your resort.
  • There’s a good choice of national and regional parks to visit when going inland.
  • Despite the large size of the city, there is no rail service to or near Antalya.
  • Public transport is much more geared towards moving commuters in and out of the city of Antalya than it is for moving around resort areas.

From Antalya to Cappadocia

  • The more adventurous will certainly want to visit the amazing cave dwellings of Cappadocia, focused around the town of Goreme.  The most iconic way to see this region is to take a hot air balloon trip.
  • Whether in a tour bus or by rental car, Cappadocia is going to be around a 5 to 6 hours’ drive from most resorts in the Antalya region.
  • To get the best out of Cappadocia, we would certainly recommend staying overnight. Make sure you have your camera ready both for sunset and for the sunrise the next morning.

Why not? Visiting Antalya without a car

Why? Why not? Ratings Comments

Antalya public transport quick facts

Train score

 

00%

Water travel score

10%

Overall public transport score

40%

Walking and Cycling Overview

Active travel score

(walking + cycling)

60%

  • Public transport in the city of Antalya is of a good standard.
  • If you are planning just on staying in resort and visiting nearby beaches, taxis and local buses are sufficient.
  • To visit Cappadocia, this can be done using an organised tour, or by taking scheduled buses. There is no need for a car once you get there, as the cave cities are very compact, and you can walk everywhere you need to.
  • Road safety in Turkey is poor compared to Western European destinations like France or Spain.

Summary

Should you rent a car in Antalya? In summary, Antalya is certainly the sort of destination where you will have no problem at all enjoying a holiday without needing to get a hire car, but our advice is that on balance, it’s probably still a good idea.

If you are staying in the city centre where parking is a problem, then just hiring a car for a couple of days for an excursion up towards Cappadocia might be a safer bet. Otherwise, if your resort includes parking, then a full week’s hire is unlikely to cost much more than a shorter period, unless you are adding on a load of extras which are charged on a daily rate.

Ratings

Car rental in - Antalya Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Antalya?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Antalya?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Antalya?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Antalya if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Antalya if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Antalya if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

7

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Antigua

Should you hire a car in Antigua?

Should you rent a car in Antigua Antigua & Barbuda > Antigua

Antigua might be relatively small, but the temptation to visit all those 365 beaches, without crawling around at the pace of one per day means that a hire car will certainly be useful.

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We assume you haven’t got all year, so once you have dealt with the nuisance of having to pay for a local driving licence, you will be able to start exploring.

Why should you rent a car in Antigua?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Antigua?

Antigua Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

00%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€260

 #245/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €X

300/300

 

Free parking score

Total 121 - of which 89 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

74%

#38/300

 

  • Antigua markets itself as having 365 beaches. That’s one for every day of the year. Although some of these are in the neighbouring island of Barbuda, the vast majority are on the island of Antigua.
  • You will certainly need a car if you want to move around and enjoy as many of these beaches as possible. This reason alone is the main reason why we suggest getting a hire car, even just for a day. However, Antigua car hire comes with a number of caveats, regardless.
  • Fig-tree Drive – is one of those must see picture-postcard locations. A car will let you enjoy it at your pace.
  • Fuel costs: Although Antigua car hire costs are expensive, the small size of the island means you are unlikely to spend much on fuel.

Why not? Visiting Antigua without a car

Why? Why not? Ratings Comments

Antigua public transport quick facts

Train score

 

00%

Water travel score

40%

Overall public transport score

10%

Walking and Cycling Overview

Active travel score

(walking + cycling)

60%

  • Expense – Antigua car hire is extremely expensive, owing to local regulations and relative lack of competition.
  • Roads: The quality of roads in Antigua is generally quite poor. Be prepared for lots of bumps and potholes.
  • Transport provided: Most resorts will offer excursions to a range of different beaches.
  • Transfers to and from the airport may also be provided with your booking.
  • The island is small, and the airport is central both to the capital St Johns and the main resort hotels.
  • Getting a few taxis will still be much cheaper than using a hire car.
  • Rum: Antigua means plenty of rum – and rum punch does not mix with driving.
  • Shirley Heights: Perhaps the most famous weekly event on Antigua is the Sunday party at Shirley Heights, above English Harbour. A car will take you there and back, but then again so will a taxi. So will any number of bus options, provided by the hotel, or flagged down locally. All of these other options are much more lively!
  • Bikes: Instead of taking out an expensive hire car, why not rent a bike — many hotels provide this, and cycling in early morning or late afternoon can be extremely refreshing.
  • Fly instead: You can hire a car anywhere, but trips to Antigua tend to be that little bit special. Why not fly to one of the neighbouring islands instead? An island hopping trip on a light aircraft is one of the most exciting things to do in the Caribbean. Regular excursion flights operate to the neighbouring island of Barbuda, but you can also take helicopter tours around the volcano in Montserrat and experience the true power of nature.
  • No ferry: Unlike St Kitts and Nevis, there are no ferries between Antigua and Barbuda, so a car is only good on the one island.
  • Local buses: Although most tourists use their own transport or go on organised tours, local buses on Antigua are an enjoyable way of seeing the island as locals see it. Buses fan out throughout the island from the capital St John’s, and they usually leave when they are full.
  • Beach access: Antigua may boast having 365 beaches, but it doesn’t have that many roads. A car doesn’t bring quite as much flexibility as it should.

Barbuda

  • Car hire options on the island of Barbuda are even more limited, and not available through the main agencies. See Caribbean online for details.

Local licence

  • Local regulations mean that you will have to fork out US$20 to purchase a temporary local driving licence for your stay on the island. This is an unnecessary extra cost and hassle. It makes it prohibitive to hire a car to drive around the island for just a day or two.

Verdict

As with anywhere, a hire car will bring flexibility. Antigua has so many stunning beaches that it is better to have one than not. The extortionate cost of Antigua car hire would be a reason for us to advise against renting one, but a holiday (or vacation) in Antigua is an expensive outlay, whether you are flying in from Europe or North America.

So given all these costs, should you hire a car in Antigua? With the price of hotels and flights to Antigua already high, a rental car is one cost which can be cut, but we think it is still better to have one to explore the island, especially if you are visiting on a special once-in-a-lifetime trip.

Ratings

Car rental in - Antigua Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Antigua?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Antigua?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Antigua?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Antigua if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Antigua if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Antigua if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

4

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Antwerp

Do you need a car in Antwerp?

Should you rent a car in Antwerp Belgium > Antwerp

If Bruges represents chocolate box cuteness, together with the summer hordes that go with it, and if Brussels represents all the pomposity that goes with having that extra special kind of capital city feeling, then if almost by default, the massively underrated charm of Belgium is perhaps best represented in cities like Antwerp.

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So what particular delights await the visit the first-time visitor to Antwerp? What about that key question of getting around?

Why should you rent a car in Antwerp?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Antwerp?

Antwerp Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

40%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€145

 #169/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €120

61/300

 

Free parking score

Total 149 - of which 32 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

21%

#239/300

 

Reasons why you might need a car in Antwerp

  • In all honesty, we can’t think of any particular reason for wanting to rent a car in Antwerp. If this is your first point of arrival on a brief city break, you’ll do fine without one.
  • Congestion in Antwerp is a problem, as it is in any other city of this size. A car can still be useful for visiting smaller towns and villages outside the city.

That’s not to say that Belgium is a particularly bad place to want to drive a car. Driving conditions are very similar to any other northern European country. It’s simply that if you do want to do a driving tour around Belgium, then it’s much more likely that you’ll be flying into Brussels in the first place. Failing that, you’ll be coming with your own car anyway!

Arriving by train or plane?

If you are coming into Belgium by train, you are probably still more likely to be connecting through Brussels for that as well. There’s little point in changing again to reach Antwerp, when you could pick up a rental car in Brussels Midi Station.

Needless to say, with the airport in Antwerp being well connected to the national road network, you won’t find any problem renting a car here. Since it’s a much smaller facility, the range of available cars is unsurprisingly much smaller than you will find at Brussels National Airport. National airport is still less than one hour by car away from Antwerp.

If you are arriving by train, then car-rental facilities are available at Antwerp Central Station. However, you will be dealing with an even smaller choice than you will find at the airport.

Arriving from Brussels?

Belgium is one of Europe’s most densely populated countries, and it has a well developed commuter rail network. This is particularly geared up for commuting in and out of Brussels. It’s also good for other major cities. Some of the more rural connections are a great deal slower. They are also considerably less frequent than the Brussels shuttles.

For more general suggestions on driving in Belgium, please see our Brussels car hire advice page.

Why should you rent a car in Antwerp?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Antwerp?

Antwerp Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

40%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€145

 #169/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €120

61/300

 

Free parking score

Total 149 - of which 32 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

21%

#239/300

 

Reasons for visiting Antwerp without a car

  • By far and away the biggest appeal of visiting Antwerp without a car is the sheer delight of visiting the city itself.
  • If you are flying into Antwerp’s small city airport, then it’s only a very short bus or taxi ride into the city centre.
  • This advice is written on the general assumption that you are arriving by train, since this is much more likely here.
  • In an historic city where through traffic is limited, driving around narrow streets in a hire car doesn’t really make much sense.

Is this Europe’s finest station?

Railway stations in many cities are simply mundane and functional places. The triple deck Antwerp Central is an entirely different matter altogether! Following the construction of the new railway tunnel which allows high-speed north to south trains to pass directly through the city, the station is now rated by many rail pundits as being amongst the finest in Europe, if not the world.

If, like many passengers, you are arriving here either via Brussels or via Rotterdam in the Netherlands, then you will alight at the lowest level of this vast cavernous station. You then proceed upwards through to the dramatic Beaux Arts main hall. You may or may not recognise from various flash mob YouTube videos.

Getting Around Locally

  • The best means of getting around the city is to hire one of the ubiquitous Raleigh chopper type bicycles.
  • Even if you don’t consider yourself a particularly confident cyclist on the streets of a city like London or New York, then Antwerp is quite different.
  • Antwerp might be one small step below Dutch standards, but there are plenty of designated cycle paths.
  • Historic central streets have extensive limitations on through traffic, putting the city giant leaps ahead of typical North American or British cities.
  • The street design also makes walking a delight in Antwerp.
  • You can also pick up a tram at Central Station to go to most parts of the city.
  • Take tram 6 to Luchtbal to visit the striking new Port House, one of the last buildings designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid.

Just how Central?

Don’t be deceived by the name – Great Market Square (Grote Markt) is still around a mile / 1.7 kilometres away from the central station, but it still makes for a perfectly pleasant walk.

If you do decide to pick up a rental car at Antwerp station, then the chances are that you will just be driving it into a parking garage. You’ll then leave it there as you explore the city on foot. If you just want to hire a car in Antwerp for a day or two, then this might make a lot more sense than having one for the whole duration of your stay. That way you are cutting down on rental and parking costs – a natural win-win in a city that is so well connected.

Beyond Antwerp by public transport

Even if a hire car might be useful for having the flexibility to drive to smaller towns and villages beyond Antwerp, it is still by no means essential.

Local trains and buses will still take you where you want to go, and they aren’t just useful for travel within Belgium. Why not also consider popping across the border into the Netherlands. In particular, why not visit the massively misunderstood and underrated gem that is Rotterdam? Cross-border driving in a rental car from Antwerp shouldn’t be a problem, but always check the small print first. Rotterdam was so extensively rebuilt in the post-war motor age, but it’s far nicer just to pop across their by train and then pick up a rental bike in Rotterdam central station.

The same applies to almost any other Belgian town as well. If it’s large enough to have a manned station, then there’s a pretty good chance it will have bike rental as well.

Ratings

Car rental in - Antwerp Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Antwerp?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Antwerp?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Antwerp?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Antwerp if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Antwerp if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Antwerp if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

1

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So, do you need a car in Antwerp? Based on specifically arriving direct into Antwerp by air or rail, then our advice here is about as clear as it can be: Antwerp is very much a destination where you are better off using public transport or hiring a bike. The same goes for most of the places you might want to visit nearby.

It’s also somewhere that you’ll be perfectly happy getting around using nothing other than your own two feet, with or without pedals.

This makes the overall Carornocar verdict a very strong no.

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Astana

Do you need a car in Astana?

Should you rent a car in Astana Kazakhstan > Astana

Astana Introduction

Why? Why not? Ratings

[coming]

  • To follow.

Why should you rent a car in Astana?

In terms of factors like the cost of the hire itself, fuel costs, road tolls and parking charges, is it worth hiring a car in Astana?

Astana Car hire summary


Overall drive rating

30%

 

Cheapest rate for one week

€325

 #267/300

 

How much should I expect to pay in the peak season?

 

 €305

205/300

 

Free parking score

Total 54 - of which 43 have free parking. [full notes - parking]

80%

#19/300

 

  • To follow.

Why not? Visiting Astana without a car

Why? Why not? Ratings Comments

Astana public transport quick facts

Train score

 

00%

Water travel score

60%

Overall public transport score

20%

Walking and Cycling Overview

Active travel score

(walking + cycling)

30%

  • To follow.

Do you need a car in Astana?

Ratings

Car rental in - Astana Need v worth & should!

Do you need a car in Astana?

Based on comparison with transit, walking and cycling.
 

Is it worth hiring a car in Astana?

Based on value for money
 

Should you rent a car in Astana?

Weighing up the above, if you are asking about hiring a car, is it a good idea?
 

Who is travelling?

Is it worth renting a car in Astana if I am a solo / budget traveller?

What about for 2 people travelling together?

For families?

 

Where are you staying?

Do you need a car in Astana if we are staying in a central area?

What if we are staying on the edge of the city/resort?

Or in a rural area?

 

What is your attitude towards driving?

Should I hire a car in Astana if I prefer not to drive?

If I am easy either way?

If I prefer to drive?


 

Verdict

Final score:

3

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