Car Hire Cincinnati Airport USA
Cincinnati Airport Car Hire offers discount car rental from Advantage Hertz, Avis, Alamo, Budget Dollar, National, Thrifty, and Enterprise rent a car in Cincinnati Airport USA or if you prefer downtown Cincinnati. Shuttle bus service available from the baggage reclaim to the rental lots.
The Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport is best airport to fly into to visit the highlights of Kentucky. Cincinnati is a wonderful city to visit as well, but when you fly here, it is highly recommended to advantage of your proximity to Kentucky, rent a car and explore the beloved Bluegrass State and all that it has to offer.
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Cincinnati Airport map
Cincinnati Airport information
Airport Name: Cincinnati Airport
Address: 2939 Terminal Dr, Hebron, KY 41048, Cincinnati USA
Telephone: 01 800 859 7673151
Coordinates: 39°02′56″N 084°40′04″W
Driving Directions to Cincinnati Airport
Car Parking: Long and Short Term Parking Facilities available for 12,000 Cars
Taxi service: Available in front of terminal
Car Hire: A shuttle service operates from the baggage claim to the parking lots
Information Desk: Located in the arrivals hall
Airlines at Cincinnati Airport
Air Canada Express
Branson Air Express
Delta Air Lines
Ultimate Air Shuttle
US Airways Express
Cincinnati Road Trips
Lexington, KentuckyVisit the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington, Kentucky by driving south from the Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport on Interstate 75 for a little over one hour. For animal lovers, visit the 1200-acre Kentucky Horse Park and see over 50 different breeds of horses, as well as many museums and shows. Book a spot on a Horse Farm Tour and visit horses at their homes. If it’s the races that you love, place your bets at the Keeneland Race Course.
No trip to Lexington is complete without touring and tasting some world famous Kentucky bourbon. Kentuckians are very proud of their distilleries and are excited for visitors to visit them and sample their beloved bourbon. They have even created a Kentucky Bourbon Trail that showcases where 95 percent of Kentucky’s bourbon comes from, all located around a between Lexington and close by Louisville. Tour the distilleries in the Lexington area which, includes Buffalo Trace, Woodford Reserve, Wild Turkey, and Four Roses.
Another must-see Kentucky city is Louisville. The pronunciation of Louisville is tricky to nail down, and the locals pronounce it more like Lu-ee-ville or Lu-ull-ville. To get there take Interstate 71 south from the Cincinnati airport for 1.5 hours or take Interstate 64 west out of Lexington for 1.5 hour . Louisville has close access to five bourbon distilleries, including Jim Beam, Barton 1792, Kentucky Bourbon Distillers, Heaven Hill, and Maker’s Mark. It is these five distilleries and the four Lexington-based distilleries that make up the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. It is remarkable that these nine distilleries have made such a name for themselves and are known around the world for the bourbon they make. While in Louisville make sure to visit Churchill Downs, where the Kentucky Derby is held, and the Louisville Slugger Museum.
Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky
After visiting Louisville, continue south on Interstate 65 for 1.5 hours to visit the world’s longest known cave system, Mammoth Cave. With over 400 miles of the cave explored, adults and kids alike will love going on the guided tour and seeing all of the stalactites and stalagmites. Being part of the national park system means the cave is being preserved for future generations to enjoy. The national park also provides opportunities to experience the great Kentucky outdoors by hiking, or canoe and kayak on the Green River which passes through the park.
A short one hour drive north on Cincinnati on Interstate 75 takes you to Dayton, Ohio, home to the National Aviation Heritage Area. The Heritage Area is made up of over fifteen aviation-associated sites in and around Dayton and is centered around the activities of the Wright Brothers and the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park. Other notable sites include the National Museum of the United States Air Force, which includes seventeen acres of airplane hangars, the Neil Armstrong Air and Space Museum, Grimes Field, and many more. If you are a big fan on aviation, visit during July for the two day Dayton Air Show.
Northern Kentucky and southwest Ohio are waiting for you to explore them! We will help find the perfect rental car for you to see all the sites. Book online with our secure three step process today!