Car hire in the United Kingdom
There's no better way to see Great Britain than by carCruise across the United Kingdom’s famously bucolic countryside in your Avis hire car. Explore the country's storied, fast-paced cities and meander through its heritage towns. You'll find them brimming with culture.
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Superminis to supercars: Unlock Avis in BritainCome city, airport or major town, we’ve got you covered in the UK. Whether you fancy a stealthy car for an urban jaunt, a classy coupé for a romantic road trip or a herculean 4x4 or people carrier for a family holiday, we have the perfect car for you.
The car you pick is the car you get
Avis’ curated Select Series collection is available in the UK. Choose from models including the quiet, quick and good looking BMW 4 Series M Sport; the Mercedes-Benz A-Class with its streamlined body kit; the Audi A1 Sportback supermini; svelte Audi A5 Sportback and the stunning Peugeot RCZ.
And, you don’t have to drive full-circle: make the most of one way car hire across Britain.
There's so much to exploreWhere to start? Motorists can trail through the wild moors of the southwest to Cornwall’s surfer-friendly bays. Pass by Bath, a spa destination since Celtic times. Cross into Wales for the second-hand bookshop capital Hay-on-Wye, or Swansea’s award-winning sandy neighbour Rhossili. Back in England, join the resident 4x4s and tick off the tearoom-filled villages of the Cotswolds before turning right for the ancient academy towns of Oxford then Cambridge.
Accelerate north for the Minsters and small-town charm of Yorkshire, Wordsworth country amidst the idyllic Lake District, and the sparsely populated, eerily ascetic Northumberland coast. Pass into Scotland and the golf courses of North Berwick. From Edinburgh it’s a 15-minute hop to hilltop Rosslyn Chapel made infamous by “The Da Vinci Code”. Glasgow and 16th-century Stirling Castle are nearby. Continue climbing for the Grampian hills, the Cairngorm massif and the jagged west coast.
Visiting Northern Ireland?
The natural beauty of Northern Ireland can be seen and believed by driving from Belfast up to The Giant’s Causeway, where 40,000 huge hexagonal black columns are waiting to be counted.