Every holiday or business trip comes with to-do lists for booking travel, accommodation, activities, car rentals and more. Airport Rentals can make at least one of these simple and easy when you use the tools on the website to book your car rental in Al Ain.
All you need to do is type in your pick-up and drop-off dates. The search function will then bring up all options available from Avis, Budget, Europcar and Hertz, giving you a large range to choose from and find the best deal. Compare each make and model and know that the cost listed for each one comes with a lowest-price guarantee, even if you’re looking for something at the luxury end of the range.
Your Al Ain Airport (UAE) hire also comes with 24/7 support, so you can always call the team at Airport Rentals if you have any further questions while on your break.
Where to go with your Al Ain car rental
You’re so spoilt for choice of activities in Al Ain that your main question should be: Where to go first?
Al Ain is a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to the fact that it’s one of the world’s oldest permanently inhabited settlements. Therefore, the city is saturated with historic monuments and attractions. Visit the Al Ain Palace Museum for a collection on the ruling family, and the Al Ain National Museum to learn about the past through archaeology, ethnography and gifts. Don’t miss the Al Jahili Fort, which was built in 1891 and is now an arts centre featuring pottery, paintings, music and calligraphy.
For something completely different, take a trip to the Al Wathba Camel Race Track to watch these incredible creatures speed around the track for a day of free entertainment. You can also visit the Camel Souk to see more camels in one place than you probably will anywhere else, as well as the goats, sheep, buyers and sellers of this lively marketplace.
The Arabian Nights Village is one place where you can embrace a lot of the culture and fun in one go in a 2.5 hour drive from Al Ain in your car rental. Head into the desert to see this specially built village that has no such thing as televisions, and internet access only for emergencies. You can ride camels, zoom about the sand dunes on quad bikes and sand surf before recharging your batteries at the Al Maqam restaurant for some traditional fare. If you wish to stay longer, book a night or two in a Bedouin tent, palm house, desert house or the Fort Tower.
Al Ain Airport
The airport at Al Ain originally opened in 1994 and was created to service up to 1000 travellers an hour, and an expansion is set to double the capacity.
Once you’ve picked up your car hire from the main terminal, it’s about 20 kilometres to the city, which should take you about 25 minutes to drive, depending on the traffic.
Grab a Dubai Airport Car Rental or a Abu Dhabi Airport Car Hire if Al Ain isn't your spot of choice. A car rental gives you the opportunity to explore the surroundings of Al Ain. You could drive to Muscat (Oman) if you are into history, or head to Doha (Qatar) if you are interested in modern architecture.
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