Tourists will often see large cities as transit spots to their final holiday destinations and Guadalajara is no exception to the rule. This, however, is a big mistake. As a large city, the choice of activities is large and can suit all budgets. A car hire will give you access to all areas and thanks to our simple search engine, huge range of rental car options, and our prices, booking has never been so easy!
Stress-free with the best brands
Your flight into Guadalajara Airport has touched down and all you want to do is pick up your hire car and get going. That’s where we step in, alleviating all the stress and making the rental process as easy as possible. Rather than spending hours tracking down quotes online or on the phone, just enter your dates, locations and details into our simple search engine to be presented with a wide range of options. Our global network of rental suppliers means you will be spoilt for choice, with vehicles from big international brands such as Budget, Europcar and Hertz, alongside smaller local companies including America Car Rental and Mex Rent a Car.
All the information you need is right there in the search results. You can compare company reviews, petrol level drop-off protocols, whether the company has an on-airport depot or a shuttle service, the vehicle age and the features: roadside assistance, free cancellation and unlimited mileage.
The price is always right
Our lowest price promise is a reflection of our commitment to having the lowest car rental prices on the web. We are constantly looking for Guadalajara car rental deals to pass on to our customers, and should you receive a better quote from another website, we will match it (terms and conditions apply).
Sights and Sounds of Guadalajara
So, you’ve picked up yourand are wondering where to go?
On your first day, you could go on a quest to photograph the beautiful architecture with many iconic buildings such as the Hospicio Cabañas, the Expiatory Temple, the Catedral, Palacio de Gobierno, Teatro Degollado or Biblioteca Octavio Paz to name a few. Let the city direct your steps to a nice restaurant for dinner and enjoy a serenade from a band of Mariachis. On your following day you can escape the city to the more quiet Tlaquepaque and its Jardin Hidalgo. If you are looking for a more intense experience, get a few tickets to the Coliseo for a lucha libre show, not for the faint-hearted as insults and luchadores fly around the room. Otherwise, head to the Mercado Libertad or San Juan de Dios for your shopping fix. With its 3 levels, you are bound to find everything you need or didn't know you needed.