Car Hire Dallas Fort Worth Airport

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

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Car Hire Dallas Fort Worth Airport

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Dallas Fort Worth Airport

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2424 East 38th Street, 75261

Telephone: (972) 453-4600

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Hertz Car Hire at Dallas Fort Worth Airport

Texan neighbours Dallas and Fort Worth combine to form one of America’s biggest and most exciting urban areas. Together, these fast-growing cities offer an abundance of attractions to explore, so a hiring car is the perfect way to make the most out of your stay.

If you are planning to pick up a hire car at Dallas Fort Worth Airport, you’ll find we’re in a convenient spot near the south entrance of the airport - in the spacious purpose-built car rental centre - so you can easily pick-up your hire car.

With our best price guarantee, plus no hidden extras to pay for or fees for using your credit card, you can simply book online before you arrive and we'll have everything set up when you get here, so you can be on your way as quickly as possible.

Driving in and around Dallas and Fort Worth

Offering a unique blend of the outdoors, culture and heritage, Texas is a state like no-other – something showcased throughout both Dallas and Fort Worth. If you hire a car at Dallas Fort Worth Airport, you’ll be able to easily get to all the districts of the two cities thanks to an impressively efficient road system.

You’ll find the roads are generally wide, smooth, straight and well maintained, with inner-city Dallas have a grid-like pattern of routes, which are easy to navigate. The airport stands midway between the two downtown areas - it's a 30 minute drive into central Dallas via the I-35E, and it takes the same amount of time heading west on Highway 121 to get to Fort Worth.

You can quickly reach the International Parkway, or State Route 97, which runs north-south through the heart of the airport complex. Taking the 97 gives you the choice of heading north to meet Highway 114 or I-635, or south to meet Highway 183.

It's worth noting that some of the major routes in Texas come with a toll charge – you can find out more information about these online here. Remember to always carry your driver’s license, as the local authorities may want to see this whilst you're in your hire car.

The state’s rules are very similar to many other US states. For the full version of the Texan driving laws, you can read all the rules and regulations of the road online here.

Driving in and around Dallas and Fort Worth

From the hive of activity in central Dallas, to the cowboy backdrop of Fort Worth, hiring a car from the airport will allow you to explore everything this vibrant areas has to offer, and will let you take in the beautiful Texan scenery further afield.

Dazzling Dallas

A thriving modern American city, Dallas stands on a flat northern Texan plain and spreads out on either bank of the Trinity River. Although the city has boomed in recent years, it homes historic monuments and museums that pay homage to it's past. One of the main attractions is the old area of Dealey Plaza, where President Kennedy was assassinated in 1963. It’s now designated as a National Historic Landmark and the sixth floor of the Book Depository is now a major museum. Outside you can freely wander the scene of one of the biggest moments in the USA's history.

Elsewhere, Dallas is rather a fun place to explore. Head for the family-friendly theme parks to lose a day in thrills and laughter, like the enormous Six Flags and Zero Gravity. Nature lovers can gaze at birds, mammals and fish in replica world environments in the Dallas World Aquarium or explore over 2,000 animals amid 95 acres at the Dallas Zoo.

Explore Fort Worth's Wild West

A former trading post for cowboys Fort Worth has become an ultra-modern city, you can still find traces of the old Wild West here. Visit the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and learn all about the iconic women of the American west, with exhibits and stories from throughout time on display. The nearby Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame honours ‘the rodeo and western lifestyle’ of the cowboys and may be worth visiting.

It’s not all spittoons and cowboys though, Fort Worth boasts plenty of serious culture. You'll find fine art at the Kimbell Art Museum, Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and Amon Carter Museum of American Art, with works by local and international artists. This trio of galleries are all housed in buildings that are acclaimed architectural pieces themselves.

The great Lone Star outdoors

The northern half of the Lone Star State swaps the famous desert landscapes of the south for mountains, forests and grasslands. One of the highlights is the amazing Dinosaur Valley State Park where you can find dinosaur footprints preserved in the geological landmark of the rocks alongside the Paluxy River.

If you're looking for history and heritage, the Wichita Falls Railroad Museum tells the story of the railroad that has served Texas since the days of the Wild West, with troop sleeping cars, steam locos and old railway artefacts all on show. And at Plano, you can relax in the great Texan outdoors at the Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, with hundreds of acres of beautiful landscape to bike, hike or simply birdwatch in.