Bariloche Car Rental Deals
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Car rental with Sixt in Bariloche, Argentina
Sixt car rental in Bariloche is your one-stop store if you need to rent a car during your visit to Argentina. Cars are available for pick up from Bariloche airport via our Meet & Greet service. You don't have to worry about finding a car rental office - you prebook online and we come to you at the airport, thanks to our Meet & Greet service. With out of hours pick and return, you don't have to worry about returning the car during office hours either, you return at the time most convenient to you. We have a range of sedans, station wagons and SUVs available in our car rental fleet in Bariloche. These include popular models from Renault, Ford and Toyota. A range of extras are also available when you choose to rent a car in Bariloche from Sixt as we also offer ski racks, luggage racks, car seats, GPS systems and extra insurance. Prebook everything you need online today and pay instantly or upon your arrival. Your vehicle and any extras you have paid for will be yours to drive away once you exit the Arrivals Hall. We want you to enjoy your visit to Argentina and make the most out of your time here by utilizing the freedom that a rental car gives you, that's why we offer our car rental in Bariloche at the airport.
Things to see with car rental in Bariloche
The city is considered the gateway to many of the popular ski resorts located in the Andes mountains. Rent a car in Bariloche and easily access prime tourist resorts including the Cerro Catedral, a winter paradise for snowboarders and skiers and a summer paradise for hikers and climbers. Playa Bonita is a vast lake where you can relax in the sun and partake in a range of water-sports. Other natural attractions in the area include the Viejo Volcan underground caves, the large extinct volcano, Tronador, and Nahuel Huapi lake. The region is not without its history and a visit to the Museo de la Patagonia is worth undertaking as it showcases the region's culture, natural phenomena and ethnographic history.