If you’re planning a trip to Chattanooga, make sure to consider our Chattanooga car hire services part of your budget because you will definitely need a mode of transportation while on your trip. Chattanooga is the fourth-largest city in the state and its name is associated with a popular jazz song made popular by Glenn Miller, Chattanooga Choo Choo.

The city is served by the Chattanooga Airport which is located a bit east of the city’s center. You can also reach the city by road and by water, however if you do land here you can them employ our Chattanooga car rental services to have a car of your choice ready and waiting for you at the airport at an hour that you specify.

The city has been at the center of many battles during the Civil War, and these battles are remembered through several battlefield parks and other related attractions in and around the city. In more recent times the city has received national recognition thanks to the rebirth of its once dilapidated downtown area, with the restoration of the historic Walnut Street Bridge being one of the reconstruction’s earliest cornerstones.

There are quite a few attractions around the city, on of the more interesting one being Rock City. This place has been an attraction since 1823 actually, being located on Lookout Mountain, the Rock City Gardens feature an over four thousand feet walking trail, a ninety foot waterfall and a 180-foot long suspension bridge. Suffice to say if you visit Chattanooga you won’t want to miss this one.

The aforementioned Chattanooga Choo Choo was built in 1908 and is a train station featuring an eighty0five foot cast iron dome. Trains have stopped coming to Chattanooga since 1970 and in 1973 the terminal station was reopened as a hotel with the rooms being made up of private rail cars.

These are of course only a few of the things that you can see and do while in Chattanooga so make sure to employ our Chattanooga car hire service in order to better explore the city and its surroundings.


August 29th, 2012 by Auto Car Hire