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Rent a Convertible in DC
Dream of driving a Ford Mustang convertible, Chevy Camaro convertible, or a Beetle convertible? At Avis, you can rent a convertible in Washington DC, and cruise from the White House on Pennsylvania Avenue to Georgetown with ease. Convertible rentals with Avis are not only affordable, but they are also a convenient and comfortable way to turn every car ride into a sightseeing experience. With historic places around every corner, it’s easy to miss something exciting in DC. Our DC pro tip is to ride in a convertible car rental with the top down. With rental locations around Washington DC, a car rental saves your legs from endless walking as well as your sanity from trying to navigate the metro system. It also gives you the wheels you need to eat your way through town! Trust when we say that We The Pizza and DC Noodles are a MUST.
Washington DC Convertible Weather
Though DC is stunning all year round (and we are a tiny bit partial when we say this), nothing beats the fall here. Take your convertible rental for a ride along the streets of Historic Foggy Bottom in late October or early November for the scenic drive of a lifetime. When you think of DC, people often think of the cherry trees in the spring, and although the blossoming trees are incredible, there’s just something about driving around with the top down in the fall.
After a long day spent on foot around the National Mall, sit back, relax, and drive your convertible rental around our historic city. While some of the sights have to be seen on foot, some are better from the front seat of a convertible, like the Ford Mustang convertible. Check out some of our favorite sights!
See the Potomac up close and personal when you drive Parkway from DC to Great Falls. It’s an 18-mile drive that gets you out of the hustle and bustle and into nature.
If you want historic sites and architecture to swoon over, drive the streets of Downtown, Penn Quarter, and Chinatown.
It wouldn’t be DC without a monuments tour. It’s an easy drive, that is ten times more stunning at night—trust us.