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Top 10 Fly-and-Drive US Cities for Labor Day

Features & Advice | Patrick Clarke | September 02, 2016

Top 10 Fly-and-Drive US Cities for Labor Day

PHOTO: Denver, Colorado (Photo courtesy of Thinkstock) 

For many travelers, Labor Day Weekend represents the final opportunity to get away for the summer.

So with the help of discounted car rental website, here we'll run down the top fly-and-drive destinations in the U.S. for the three-day holiday weekend.

Based on airport rental car reservations collected by AutoSlash for the period of Aug. 31 to Sept. 7, Denver is the top fly-and-drive destination for Labor Day. Trailing Denver are a pair of popular Pacific Northwest cities in Seattle and Portland, Oregon.

California metropolises San Diego and Los Angeles round out the top five for 2016.

While the western U.S. dominates the top five, the East Coast is represented in the top 10 with Boston and Orlando ranking sixth and seventh, respectively.

READ MORE: Weekend Getaways: Labor Day Deals

Beantown is well within reach of Cape Cod for East Coast visitors looking to spend some time at the beach before summer's over, while the Theme Park Capital of the World, Orlando, is home to countless thrill rides and can't-miss summer attractions.

Salt Lake City, Chicago and Maui conclude the top 10 fly-and-drive destinations for Labor Day Weekend 2016.

In addition to the fact that travelers have a loaded list to choose from, the ideal summertime weather in all 10 locations will make it awfully difficult for Labor Day Weekend travelers to single out a destination. 

Nonetheless they can't go wrong with either, at least when it comes to scoring a great rental car rate.

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