Lamborghini car rental alternatives in Las Vegas, NV

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Sin City is so much more than flashing lights and slot machines. Outside the compulsory stroll along the Strip, you’ll find a lot more to explore in the old downtown, Chinatown, and the natural landscape outside the city.

Instead of a regular Las Vegas car rental, book a car rental alternative on Turo — whether it’s a flashy supercar or a rugged, desert-ready SUV — that lives up to the occasion so you can properly experience all that Vegas has to offer.

Local Vegas Favorites

There’s no lack of exciting attractions, sights, and cuisine in Las Vegas. If it’s your first time, embrace the town and go for the big thrills.

Bellagio fountain show

Since it is Las Vegas, you might as well start on the famous Strip. The Bellagio’s fountain show is both free and actually quite worthwhile — take a few minutes to slow down and take in the thousand-plus dancing fountains.

High Roller at The LINQ

Get a bird’s eye view of the skyline from the High Roller Bar at The LINQ — touristy, maybe, but people flock for a reason. For an extra fee, you can have a bartender serve drinks through your half-hour rotation around the world’s largest observation wheel.

Zipline

Hop on the zipline over the Fremont Street Experience in the old downtown for a bird’s eye view of it all. Amp it up by opting for the Zoomline, which allows you to fly “superhero style” rather than seated.

Skip the rental car counter
Skip the rental car counter

Hit the road

If you’re ready to head out of town for a break from the energy of Las Vegas proper, book a Las Vegas car rental alternative on Turo to reach some phenomenal hikes, striking desert scenery, and Old West history.

Red rock canyon

Red Rock Canyon boasts brilliantly colored rocks lining a scenic 13-mile drive just 20 minutes out of town. Park your car and discover ample opportunities for hikes of all ability levels and a welcome change of pace from the lights of the city.

Old & wild west

Drive south to check out the mines of Eldorado Canyon, where gold and silver were once chiseled by candlelight all the way back to the Civil War era. Or take a ghost tour at the historic Pioneer Saloon.

Speed up

Finally, to satisfy any need for speed not fulfilled by the pace of Vegas, head to SpeedVegas, where you can rent one of their dedicated track cars and zoom around a 12-turn, 1.5 mile racetrack to test your racing skills.

Best Las Vegas driving roads

Mt. Charleston loop

Drive this scenic 60-mile loop starting from the northern outskirts of Las Vegas. Route 157’s lovely curves lead right into the heart of the Mt. Charleston Wilderness Area, where you can stop for hiking or a picnic.

Lakeshore road

For an uncongested open road cruise, head south to Boulder City, then take the scenic Lakeshore Road up on the way back. This wide-open route snakes along the western bank of Lake Mead and through rocky Nevada landscape.

Valley of fire

Northshore Road winds along Lake Mead for about 40 miles until reaching Valley of Fire State Park, where speed limits are slower but the glorious rock formations and desert scenery are unmatched.