You marked your calendar, planned out your trip, and are xing out the days until you fly to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Ranking in our top 100 of most searched destinations in our database, you know there must be something good going on in Ho Chi Minh City. In fact, this city moved up 48 spots in our rankings from the year before. Whether you're leaving for to get some much needed R & R or business, you're entitled to the independence to travel how you like to best, without being at the mercy of costly taxicabs and crowded bus rides. Wherever you drive to in Ho Chi Minh City, if you want to get all that you can out of your time in the city, having access to your vehicle is key.
CarRentals Takes Care of All the Speed Bumps
CarRentals works with the finest companies in the industry. Hertz has over one hundred years of car rental experience and a fleet containing many of the most respected companies in the business, like Nissan and Ford. With Hertz's history and thousands of distributors worldwide, you will be in some great hands. Booking your Hertz rental car with us means you'll get
- A wide variety of Hertz vehicles to pick from. You can choose from a wide selection of automobiles and various classes to find the right ride for your vacation
- A selection from the newest car models in every class like an intermediate class vehicle if you need a little more room or an economy class car that is ideal for those on a strict budget
- Hertz will get you back on the road quickly. They make pick-up and drop off as user-friendly as can be
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With Ho Chi Minh City seeing triple a rise in guests compared to the past year, having your own auto will provide you the convenience you need. When you're ready to explore more of Vietnam, you can leave wherever you want, without trying to signal for a taxi or sign up for a rideshare.
Before you head out of town, book your Hertz Ho Chi Minh City car rental and drive to all the must-do activities at your own pace. Reserve your Hertz rental car through CarRentals and hit the streets in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.