Combining small-town charm with a rich store of cultural and historical attractions -- not to mention more than 1,000 restaurants -- Winnipeg is known as Canada's cultural cradle for good reason. With a Winnipeg car rental, you can travel the city at will, shopping until you drop in Osborne Village or taste-testing the eclectic range of restaurants in the Exchange District, which includes succulent sushi bars, South American-style steakhouses, and charcuterie.
Flights to Winnipeg arrive at Manitoba's Winnipeg International Airport, located some five miles from the center of the city -- typically a drive of less than 15 minutes. Once you land, you can pick up your Winnipeg airport car rental and get ready to see the sights. Get inspired at the Canadian City for Human Rights, a thought-provoking museum housed within an eye-catching modern building. Visit the Forks National Historic Site for a fantastic indoor-outdoor experience; the 54-acre site houses a busy market, restaurants and cafes, and in winter, an immense skating rink.
For an interesting slice of local history, head northeast out of Winnipeg to Gimli, a town with strong Icelandic roots that are most evident at its Icelandic Festival of Manitoba held every August. Fashionistas of all ages will love the Costume Museum at Dugald, just outside of Winnipeg to the southeast. The museum's 35,000-piece collection includes items that date back to the reign of Elizabeth I, and the museum offers some unique historical insights.
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