Perfectly placed for accessing Houston and other parts of Texas, the George Bush Intercontinental Airport will have your National rental car waiting for you if you pre-book. Online bookings with National also get you a discount on our all-inclusive package.
Whether you are planning a vacation, a road trip or a business trip, our George Bush Intercontinental Airport car hire desk is at your service. The area has a diverse range of attractions to check out, starting with the Johnson Space Center a short drive out of Houston and a highlight of any visit to the area. NASA trains its astronauts here and launches unmanned rockets. There's a big theme park with lots of space age rides and you can see an amazing collection of rockets.
If you like modern art, you should head for the Orange Show Center for Visionary Arts, as well as the famous Beer Can House, clad entirely in cans. For more traditional fine art and sculpture, try the Menil Collection and the Museum of Fine Arts. Houston also has a huge variety of, museums such as the Children's Museum, the Holocaust Museum, the National Museum of Funeral History and the Museum of Printing History.
You can go indoor ice-skating at The Galleria or catch an American football match at Minute Maid Park. Houston has some amazing green spaces, too, such as Hermann Park, and the new Discovery Green, which is dedicated to environmental design.
Houston also has an amazing underground tunnel system linking various skyscraper office buildings as an escape from the scorching summer heat. From here you can take lifts up to viewing platforms of some of the towers to take in the cityscape. Booking George Bush Intercontinental Airport car hire means you can easily motor down to the coast at Galveston Bay, about an hour's drive out of town. You can then take a ferry to the Bolivar Peninsular for fishing, sailing and relaxing on the sand.
National is one of America's biggest car hire firms, with more than 315 rental sites, so you can drop off your hire car in most places, including San Antonio, Austin, New Orleans, Dallas, Memphis and Oklahoma.