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Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, or simply, Detroit Metro Airport, is the busiest hub in Michigan and one of the largest in the United States.
Because of its central location in the Great Lakes region, the Metro Airport is an entry point to experience Michigan and a convenient starting point to explore the area surrounding the Great Lakes – eight US states and one Canadian province.
Buses, door-to-door shuttles, limousines and car rental at Detroit Metro Airport connect the airport with the downtown.
Detroit has had a major impact in the world’s automotive industry, as well as Motown, techno and rock music.
Take in all of the city’s former glory in its well-preserved clutch of 19th and early 20th century buildings among more modern ones.
As Detroit is quite spread out, it is best to rent a car in Detroit Metro Airport, as cruising around the city is made easy by its extensive freeways and finding parking is likewise a breeze, befitting a city that was once the throbbing center of America’s automotive industry.
The Great Lakes Bay Region
A monumental road trip that would require a reliable rental car is one that goes around the biggest lakes in North America.
The Great Lakes Bay Region and their connecting channels form the system of the world’s largest surface water resources, as it contains 21% of the world’s surface fresh water (only the polar ice caps contain more fresh water).
Covering an area of 94,250 square miles, the Great Lakes are sometimes called inland seas and provide a plethora of water-based activities to the more than 30 million people who live in the basin of the Great Lakes – more than a tenth of the population of the United States and one quarter of Canada’s.
Given its sheer size, an ideal way to travel around the Great Lakes Bay Region is by car.
Michigan Wine Country
The Napa Valley of Midwest, minimalist luxury Michigan Wine Country attracts an enormous number of domestic and foreign tourists who visit this marvelous tourist destination year-round.
Fall can be quite dramatic given the attention-grabbing colors of trees lined along lonely dirt roads.
But the real appeal is the discovery of a hundred wineries where you can stop at various cellar doors to sample popular varieties like Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Riesling or Pinot Noir, as well as boutique varieties like Gewurtzraminer, Chambourcin, Seyval Blanc, Marechal Foch and Traminette.
There are several city and airport drop off points for Detroit Metro Airport one way car rentals at Dearborn, Ann Arbor or Grand Rapids.