Thrifty Car Rental –Detroit (DTW)
334 Lucas Drive
Detroit, MI 48242
The automobile industry catapulted Detroit to international fame, but Michigan's biggest city offers a dynamic mix of cultural and historic attractions that have redefined its image. By driving your Detroit car rental to destination districts such as Downtown Detroit, Macomb and Oakland, you'll discover world-class shopping centers and a thriving arts community. The birth of Motown revolutionized Detroit's music industry, and Detroit remains a hotbed of emerging musical acts and energetic live performances. Detroit's convenient location makes it easy for travelers to go across its international border for a day trip in Canada, and the thriving college town of Ann Arbor is less than an hour away.
A day at the park
No visit to Detroit would be complete without a stop at Belle Isle Park, a crown jewel of Detroit's parks. The unique island within a city features landmark attractions that include a conservatory, museum and water slide located along Belle Isle Beach. Take a leisurely walk along Belle Isle's trails or use Detroit rental cars to cruise along more than five miles of the island's scenic shoreline.
Hit the nightlife jackpot
Discover why Detroit has become the one of the best gaming centers outside of Las Vegas by driving your Detroit rental car to the heart of Greektown. The Greektown Casino is one of several Vegas-style casinos in Detroit, and offers popular table games, exclusive poker rooms, and more than 2,700 slots and video poker machines. Take a break from the action and relax in the new video poker lounge, or escape the bells and whistles to enjoy fine dining at one of the casinos' popular restaurants.
Pay tribute to automotive history
Detroit has earned the nickname "Motor City," and the growth of the automobile industry within the city allowed Detroit to evolve into a vibrant cultural center of the Midwest. Drive your Detroit rental cars to the Henry Ford Museum to experience one of the city's finest auto-centric attractions. The museum includes historic icons such as Rosa Parks' bus and the presidential limousine in which John F. Kennedy was shot in 1963. Put on your walking shoes and explore the museum's nine acres of exhibits that showcase American innovation. Plan on heading over to the Ford Rogue Factory Tour afterwards, where you can walk along the assembly line that revolutionized modern transportation.