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Book cheap car rentals in Tallahassee, Florida
Tallahassee, best known as Florida’s state capital, has an impressive line-up of things to do. Its deep-rooted history is evident in the Killearn Plantation Archeological and Historic District, while adventure is right on the doorstep. Rent a car and drive out to St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge for some top wildlife-spotting. Orbitz can help you find the perfect rental car for your stay.
If you’re planning on renting a car in Tallahassee, you may need some extra information before booking. Here, we look at the basics.
You need to be 21 years old to rent a car. You may also need to pay a young person’s surcharge or underage surcharge if you are aged between 21 and 25.
To rent a car you will need a current, valid driver’s license. If your license is not in English, you will need to obtain an International Driver’s Permit before your arrival.
No. You can add on extras such as additional drivers when you collect your car.
Companies vary, but most offer Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) as standard. This protects you against damage to or loss or theft of the car. You can opt for zero deductible on the CDW as an additional extra. 24-hour roadside assistance is also included in your rental agreement. Some companies offer an extended protection policy for a small charge, and this covers you against self-induced events such as locking yourself out of the car or running out of petrol.
Tallahassee prides itself on its Southern hospitality and friendly welcome. There are plenty of things to do, from fabulous museums to historic buildings and abundant nature. Read on for a few great places to start exploring.
Downtown Tallahassee has a youthful vibe, thanks to Florida State University. It’s a delightful blend of old and new. A 10-block historic district takes in beautiful historic buildings, and the New Capitol (with its panoramic observation tower) stands next to the old one. Delve into the neighborhood’s museums and parks, culture and cuisine.
In southwest Tallahassee, close to the international airport, is the Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science, one of the city’s top attractions. Exploring this vast complex could easily take you a full day. It includes an environmental science center, historic buildings, and a natural habitat zoo.
Rent a car to reach St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge in 30 minutes. This is one of the oldest refuges in the country, and home to migratory birds, alligators, black bears, bobcats and coyotes, among many other species. Spend a day exploring the estuaries, islands, marshes and creeks as you spot wildlife.