On your next trip to Louisville, Kentucky make sure to consider employing our Louisville care hire services as your main means of transportation through the city. Louisville is the largest city in the state of Kentucky and while there are many ways of pronouncing it, “Lewisville” is generally considered to be incorrect.
The city is served by the Louisville Airport but the city is also reachable by road of course, however if you do land here then rest assured that you can employ our Louisville car rental services to have a car of your choice ready and waiting for you at the airport at an hour that you specify.
Once your in the city you’ll notice that its park system is something particularly special, having been designed by the man known as the “Father of American Landscape Architecture”, Frederick Law Olmsted. The city has three main parks, Cherokee Park, Iroquois Park and Shawnee Park, which are backed up with more than a dozen smaller parks.
Special features of the parks include, a special 2.3 mile cyclist and pedestrian lane in Cherokee Park, and the tallest hill in the city can be found in Iroquois Park.
When it comes to architecture, the city’s old district is the third-largest National Preservation District and the largest Victorian district in the entire United States. One of the best ways of seeing these neighborhoods is with a walking tour and at the same time try out some of the local bars and restaurants.
Louisville is also where you can find the second-largest collection of 19th century era iron facade buildings in the country, while some have been destroyed, there are many which are still intact thanks to their current owners passion for their city’s past.
The city also has a few art galleries, and you you find yourself visiting during the first Friday of the month there’s a free gallery hop organized during those days.
These are only a few of the things that one can see and do while in Louisville so make sure to employ our Louisville car hire services in order to better explore the city and its surroundings.