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Ramble around Reno.

Perfectly placed for winter fun and summer sun, Reno caters for a range of visitors equally well. With Lake Tahoe only a short distance away, you don’t have to choose between tranquility and the hubbub  of the city, you can enjoy both here.

Reno-Tahoe International Airport is located 3 miles southeast of downtown Reno in Washoe County, Nevada making it an ideal place to collect your hire car. It is the second busiest commercial airport in Nevada after Las Vegas Airport and is well-known for having a wide variety of casinos.

Things to Do in Reno

Head to the centre of the city and enjoy a spot of retail therapy. With a wide array of shopping available from high end boutiques to the more quirky Riverwalk district, you will find something to suit everyone! Why not pop to an art gallery on your travels too?

Take a trip to the National Automobile Museum. With more than 224 vehicles on display, this museum contains one of the greatest car collections anywhere. Whether you decide to make your own way around or take a 90 minute tour, there’s plenty here to keep you enthralled all day.

If sport is more your thing, with easy access and parking, the Reno Aces Ballpark may be for you. This is a relatively new stadium, with a great choice of seating and refreshments. All are reasonably priced; this is a great place to take the family for that American baseball experience.

Discover More of Nevada

Close to the Sierra Nevada Mountains, head to Lake Tahoe where you can engage in some winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding. Relax and enjoy some après ski at one of the many resorts located here.

Venture to the Animal Ark. This is an animal sanctuary around 25 miles northwest of downtown Reno off Highway 395. Set in 38 acres, it primarily features native North American predators, although a few exotic species have found a home there too. 

Plan a trip to Death Valley and its National Park, located approximately 370 miles from Reno. Despite its morbid name, a great diversity of life survives in Death Valley. Steady drought and record summer heat make Death Valley a land of extremes.

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