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Managua Airport

Managua Airport CAR RENTAL

location address

Carretera Norte, Managua


opening hours

MO - SU:

07:00 - 23:00

Public holidays:

07:00 - 23:00

How to find us Outside opening hours

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Nearby Locations

Other SIXT branches in the vicinity of Managua Airport

Sixt rent a car in Managua Airport

Take advantage of the premium car rental services by Sixt rent a car at the Augusto C. Sandino International Managua Airport. No matter your travel plans or group size, our fleet of rental vehicles has you covered. We have minivans, SUVs, budget-friendly economy vehicles, compact cars and luxury car rentals including convertibles and sports cars. Book online and be on your way with your Managua airport car rental as soon as your flight arrives. Include our affordable optional add-ons and extras such as unlimited mileage, child seats, GPS and coverage protection as your make your reservation.

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Rent a car at Augusto C. Sandino International Airport, Managua

The Augusto C. Sandino International Airport, previously Las Mercedes Airport, is the primary civil and military international airport in Nicaragua. Based on the volume of passengers, it is the fifth busiest airport in Central America and serves as a hub for the Panamanian Copa Airlines. It is located along Km 11 Carretera Norte and is 7 miles from the heart of Managua and 19 miles from Mateare. Our Sixt team will come to hand you over the keys at our Managua airport car rental location and help you get your travels in Nicaragua quickly underway.

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What to see and do in Managua

A car rental in Managua gives you the means to make the most of your trip. Cruise around the streets of the Plaza de la Revolucion and visit the neo-Baroque Santiago Cathedral, one of the city's iconic symbols and most recognizable landmark. Directly opposite the Cathedral is the tomb of the Sandinista hero Carlos Fonseca as well as a marble monument to the renowned poet and father of Latin American modernism, Rubén Darío. You can also navigate to the Palacio Nacional de la Cultura, the former National Congress now housing the cultural treasures of Nicaragua. You will find an extensive display of pre-Columbian ceramics and statues, wooden dance masks and various exhibits from the country's contemporary artists. The lakeside promenade along the Paseo Xolotlán is a popular tourist destination and features a water park for children, miniature models of 35 iconic Nicaraguan churches and pre-earthquake Managua.