Car Hire Wisconsin

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/12/2018-18/12/2018 at Wisconsin

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Hertz Car Hire in Wisconsin

Located in north-central United States lies the adventure state, Wisconsin. Discover hidden valleys and woodland in amongst its inspiring outdoor activities. The state's capital, Milwaukee, is renowned for its fishing, horseback riding and camping; and is the perfect place to fully experience an outdoor adventure. Explore Wisconsin's landscape and you'll be greeted with some of the world's best scenery. Amnicon Falls State Park features incredible waterfalls and hiking trails, while Brule River State Forest is only a 20-minute drive away if you're hiring a car in Wisconsin. Here you can go canoeing and kayaking on the river while enjoying the stunning scenery.

Further must-sees in Wisconsin include the famous Harley-Davidson Museum, which will delight any motoring enthusiast. Located right in the heart of Wisconsin's museum district, it's the perfect starting point to uncover the state's history. Rent a car in Wisconsin and visit other great landmarks, including the Basilica of St. Josaphat, and Miller Park, home of the Brewers - a must-see for any baseball fan. After this you can visit some more of the amazing state parks - Kohler-Andrae State Park encompasses beautiful beaches, hiking trails and campsites, and it's here you can get back to nature in ultimate relaxation.

Within the scenic Great Lakes region there's a lot of wildlife that you should watch out for on the road, for their safety and, in the case of larger creatures, your own and those of your passengers. Before heading off to Wisconsin, it's important to fully familiarise yourself with the rules of the road. It's good to be aware that foreign visitors remember to abide by the speed limit and also bring their native country's driver's license. Make sure your driving licence has at least one year's validity on it, because you may have problems being able to drive in the state.