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McAllen, TX

McAllen Rental Cars

If you want your family to experience the Rio Grande Valley, look no further than the prosperous, active town of McAllen! McAllen was one of the top five fastest growing metro areas in the country in 2011, and it's reflected in its abundance of attractions. The city has a population of approximately 130,000 and encompasses 47 square miles that you can travel in your McAllen car rental. This southern Texas town was relatively small until the last 20th century, so many its amenities are modern and it's well-equipped with anything your kids might want to do. Fly into the McAllen Airport and hop into a McAllen rental car to take in all the fun in the sun!

Soak up the sun

It can get hot in McAllen, so make sure to pack your swimsuits and visit the Schlitterbahn Beach Waterpark! This offers a half-mile long Rio Aventura with all sorts of water adventures that will keep you cool for a whole afternoon. Stay outside longer on the 3.6-mile Bicentennial Boulevard Hike and Bike Trail. After a long day of physical activity, choose from the many international fares offered at local restaurants, and then treat yourself to sweets at the RGV Cupcake Factory, which recently won the reality competition show "Cupcake Wars."

Sneak in some learning

McAllen has plenty of educational opportunities - but they're carefully concealed so your kids won't suspect a thing! Check out the KidsZone at the International Museum of Arts & Sciences and take part in a number of games, hands-on activities and interactive displays. McAllen is also home to the original Iwo Jima Monument, which was used to cast the monument that's outside of Washington, D.C. You can drive you McAllen car rental to the Marine Military Academy to see it.

South of the border

Do you want to make the most out of your vacation to southern Texas? Take a trip in your McAllen rental car across the Anzalduas or Hidalgo International Bridge and find yourself in a completely different world. The Anzalduas bridge serves as a direct route to cities such as Monterrey, which is one of Mexico's most developed cities. If you take the Hidalgo International Bridge to the city's namesake, your family can see history come to life at the Tula Toltec Archeological Ruins or the Tolantongo Caves. Plan extra time for delicious Mexican food, too, at restaurants such as Real del Monte or Chikita Cafe.

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