If your trip to Botucatu is all sorted out but your travel itinerary is looking a little empty, we can give you a few hints and tips.
Plan a stop at Teatro Municipal. It's one attraction you'll find on travelers' must-do lists. Francisco Blasi History and Teaching Museum and Museu de Arte Contemporânea Itajahy Martins are also not far away and worth checking out.
With some great day trip options available in the surrounding area, having your own car makes good sense. Without one, it'd be much harder to soak up everything that Avare, 31 miles away, has to offer. Explore the area beginning with Anita Ferreira de Maria History Museum, Sao Paulo State Southwest College and Cristo Redentor. Situated 59 miles away, Bauru is another popular choice. If you swing by, don't miss Celina Lourdes Alves Neves Municipal Theater, Luis Edmundo Coube Municipal Stadium and Boulevard Shopping Nacoes.
Avoid paying an arm and a leg for a rental car by following these tips:
Having your own ride in Botucatu will give you the freedom to squeeze in as many attractions as you can. Maybe you can't wait to leave the city behind, get out on the open road, and see where the wind takes you. If that's the case, book one of our full-size or mid-size SUVs and take a look at the mountains in the area. If you just can't get enough of city life, something small is a good idea. Zipping around heavy traffic and busy streets will be much less stressful in an economy or compact car.
First of all, there's an impressive variety of both economy and luxury rentals in Botucatu. What you go for depends on how much you're willing to spend as well as what you plan to do. Specialty vehicles offer the best in mod cons and comfort. If you feel like splashing out, why not go for an elite SUV, or perhaps a flashy mid-sized sedan? Otherwise, if you just need a set of wheels to zip around town in at the cheapest price possible, maybe go for a budget compact vehicle (or something else that won't blow your budget).