Thrifty Car Rental –Providence (PVD)
700 Jefferson Boulevard
Warwick, RI 02886
As the capital of Rhode Island, Providence is gleaming with creativity as a sophisticated metropolis with a small-town atmosphere. This compact city boasts a vibrancy like no other. No matter what time of the year you are traveling here, a Providence rental car will help get you to the diverse neighborhoods, stunning coastline and bountiful shopping within the region. Boasting a historic yet hip vibe, Providence will give visitors of any age something to love. There's no need to worry about "rude city folk," because they don't exist in this unpretentious New England town.
Visitors of The Renaissance City must take a day trip in their Providence car rental to nearby Warwick, a historical community that makes all your troubles float away. This quaint community is home to 39 miles of unbelievable coastline, high-end dining and endless retail stores to please any taste. Considered the Crossroads of Rhode Island because of its prime location in the center of the state, Warwick is easily travel accessible in a Providence rental car. This seaside getaway is perfect for a romantic night for two or a pleasant evening of relaxation.
Catch an inexpensive event
Walk through downtown
Throughout Providence, there is always a free event or festival to attend. From Gallery Night to the Botanical Center at Roger Williams Park, you could virtually fill your itinerary with inexpensive outings that you'll never forget. Providence is known as a burgeoning art metropolis, so enjoying Gallery Night is the perfect way to experience all the art around town. Those who enjoy spending time outdoors will love relaxing by a waterfall among fragrant flowers at the Botanical Garden. History buffs should make a stop at the Rhode Island State House or Benefit Street, a mile-long stretch of cobblestone on the east side of Providence. Drive your Providence car rental to Benefit Street for a blast from the past, as it is home to the highest concentration of Colonial buildings in the country.
Because of its compact nature, downtown Providence is best experienced on foot. You can get a guided walking tour to learn the history of this community street-by-street. Travelers can download a podcast so they can stroll through town at their own leisure. Streets are lined with restaurants, shops, businesses and art galleries, so you can easily find something to soak up your time.