Past meets present in booming Omaha, where the downtown skyline is home to international Fortune 500 companies and surrounded by arts venues, museums, and a flourishing culinary scene.
Stay a few days and get a feel for why people are flocking to the Gateway of the West. Book your Omaha car rental and tour around the cobblestoned neighborhoods and animated waterfront before hitting the back roads.
See what’s happening in Nebraska’s largest city — wander through the historic old market or uncover the drool-worthy fare in the Dundee neighborhood.
Dedicate a solid day to visit one of the best zoos in the country, where you’ll find the world’s largest indoor desert, underground caves, an aquarium, and thousands of cool species and critters.
Jump into your Omaha car rental and head to the gorgeous Old Market neighborhood and your one-stop-shop for quirky boutiques, fine dining, and historic charm.
Stand in two places at once as you cross the 3,000-foot Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, which spans the mighty Missouri River and connects Nebraska and Iowa.
Once a vital transport hub, Omaha is now home to billionaire investors, authentic Midwest culture, and excellent hometown events. After visiting the city’s delightful attractions, head out of town for a quick and relaxing getaway.
Turn your day trip into a week-long retreat as this state park has everything from mini golf, a water park, an aquatic center, multiple trails, and a lookout tower with sweeping views of the Platter River Valley.
Famous for its castle and cathedral, Lincoln is home to the state capital, the University of Nebraska’s main campus, and a wealth of cultural attractions and history museums.
A lucky find in the area and perfect for camping, head south in your Omaha car rental for miles of hiking and cycling trails, plus a sandstone cave the park is aptly named after.
With vast open skies and historic sites, the Nebraska 100-mile section of the Lincoln Highway that passes through Omaha gives your mind a chance to slow down as you cruise across the countryside.
Winding next to the Missouri River, take this 100-mile scenic byway toward Sioux City and drive past lush woodlands and DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge, a popular area for bird watching.
Take a longer road trip in your Omaha car rental along the scenic Loess Hills National Scenic Byway in Iowa for fascinating views of the distinct landforms created by glacier melts.