Car rental from Vancouver
Car rental from Vancouver Airport
Car rental from Vancouver Airport gives you the opportunity to get more out of your British Columbia trip. When you are traveling to Canada’s westernmost province, you’ll find an area packed with spectacular scenery and exciting towns and cities. Car rental facilities are located just steps from the airport’s terminal on the ground floor of the parkade. On-site car rental companies operating from the airport are National, Alamo, Hertz, Dollar-Thrifty, Avis, Zipcar, and Budget. Several other rental companies have off-airport services with pick-up and drop-off shuttles. We also have partnerships with leading car rental brokers such as Argus Car Hire, Economy Car Rental, Holiday Autos, Rentalcars.com, and Vehicle Rent so that we can show you the best offer on any type of vehicle.
Gas stations at Vancouver Airport
If your car rental Vancouver Airport YVR comes with a full to full fuel policy, you will have to return the vehicle with a full tank. The closest gas station to Vancouver International Airport is the Airport Husky Market, it’s under 10 minutes’ drive away. You’ll find the gas station on Sea Island Way before you reach route 99.
Getting to your destination with a car rental from Vancouver Airport
Vancouver International Airport YVR is well-connected by local road routes. Route 99 goes north into Vancouver city center. If you drive south, it’ll take you in the direction of the border with the United States. Traffic can get busy close to the city during rush hours.
Vancouver - ונקובר
One of the most amazing things in this area is having the incredible surrounding scenery with snow-capped mountains and beautiful beaches, all within easy reach of the cosmopolitan center of the busy, bustling Vancouver city. Vancouver is also blessed with a vibrant culinary scene, fantastic international restaurants, and some excellent seafood. With a car rental from Vancouver Airport, you’ll be able to visit the cool neighborhoods and explore the atmospheric waterfront. The distance from the airport to the city is 14.6 km, and it takes around 20 minutes of driving via Route 99 North. Traffic can be very slow moving during rush hours, 7:00-9:00 and 15:00-18:00 on weekdays. On-street parking costs up to $6 per hour and $2-$5 at designated parking facilities (1 Canadian Dollar equals 2.75 Israeli Shekel).
Mount Seymour Provincial Park - שמורת הר סימור
Less than an hour from Vancouver Airport, Mount Seymour Provincial Park is a perfect destination to enjoy the wilds of the great outdoors. There are countless fun activities and adventures to try such as skiing, snowboarding, hiking, mountain biking, swimming, fishing, and horse riding. If you want to spend a night under the stars before you head back to the city, you can stay at one of the campsites. There are many parking facilities around Mount Seymour Park. Upper car parks are the place to leave the car if you’re planning to ski or snowboard while car parks 1 and 5 are best if you’re exploring the lower regions of the park. Car park 1 allows overnight parking.
Harrison Hot Springs - הריסון הוט ספרינגס
Just east of Vancouver city lies the small village of Harrison Hot Springs, south of Harrison Lake. If you are in search of a destination where you can kick back and take it easy, this is the place for you. You can find here a hot spring spa, quaint shops, a picturesque beach, and scenic hiking trails. Boat tours across the lake are also available, as well as four golf courses within a 15-minute drive. The distance with a car rental Vancouver Airport is 143 km, and it takes an hour and a half, more or less, on either Highway 1 or the more scenic (but a longer drive) Highway 7. There’s no problem to find on-street parking around the village and next to major attractions.
This information is correct as of December 2018