Find cheap car rental deals in Brazil, Indiana
Brazil is typical small-town America, showcasing Indiana’s friendly local culture and fascinating architecture. Drive around the city in your rental car to see a historic county courthouse and some old-world cabins. Don’t miss the acclaimed golf courses nearby. Rent a car through Orbitz to explore this charming city and the fascinating wider region.
If you’re looking to rent a car for your trip to Brazil, use Orbitz to help. Our guide to renting in the region, below, answers all your biggest questions.
While the city center of Brazil doesn’t actually feature any car rental outlets, the surrounding towns have plenty of options. Head to Clinton or Terre Haute for nearby car rental agencies.
International brands such as Enterprise and Hertz are your best bets for renting a car near Brazil, although more options are available in the capital city of Indianapolis.
Different car rental companies enforce different policies, but generally you can rent a car with no hitches if you’re 25 or older. Younger drivers can rent cars, but it often comes with a surcharge.
Take your driver’s license and your credit card to pick up your rental car when you’re visiting Brazil. It’s also a good idea to keep your documentation on you when driving around the region.
Booking a rental car ahead of time comes with many advantages. You can organize a pickup point, choose the vehicle that’s right for you, and find the best prices. Most companies don’t charge deposits or cancellation fees.
Brazil is situated near some of the most interesting locations in Indiana. We’ve picked three places that you can easily reach in your rental car.
The capital of Indiana is one of the most exciting destinations in the state. Drive here from Brazil to watch cars racing at high speeds around the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, or to wander the halls of the acclaimed art museum. Kids will love Indianapolis, as the zoo and the vast Children’s Museum of Indianapolis are among the best family attractions in Indiana.
Indiana State University has a campus in the pleasant city of Terre Haute, which sits near the border with Illinois. Come here to enjoy a fascinating children’s museum, wander through its green park spaces, and explore the academic grounds. Relax in Fairbanks Park, on the edge of the Wabash River, to attend open air concerts and unwind on spacious, shaded lawns.
The small, little-visited city of Columbus hides a wealth of architectural beauty. Anyone with an interest in 20th-century architecture should pay a visit to this enchanting destination. Drive around the city center to marvel at buildings by titans of design such as I.M. Pei, Eero Saarinen, Deborah Berke, Richard Meier and more. Most of the public architecture here is a miniature masterpiece, so bring your camera.