Pick up your car rental from a central Birmingham location and discover this bustling city in the West Midlands from your own hire car.
Our extensive car fleets allow you to choose the perfect hire car for your trip to Birmingham, so you can discover Birmingham in comfort, style and at your own pace.
What do you need to shift? Our van rental fleet spans small hire vans, perfect for that weekend DIY project; medium vans, well suited to hauling rolls of carpet, heavy floor tiles, or moving the kids to university; and large vans to accommodate some or all your wordly goods.
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Birmingham is the gateway to the midlands, so we won't hold you up. Slide into the seat of your dream drive and feel the freedom of the open road. You might just want to get lost ...
Whether it's a stealthy hatch for urban trails, a sleek saloon for that business trip, or a spacious estate or ginormous people carrier for a family holiday, unlock the perfect car.
And, you don't have to drive full-circle: make the most of one way car hire across Britain.
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Your hire car in Birmingham awaits ... and the open road lies ahead.
Book now to unlock the world. Scoll up to 'Book a vehicle' at the top of this page, choose your location, set the date ... and you're off.
First-timers to Birmingham might be surprised to know that England's second city has more miles of canal than Venice. Explore them by canal boat.
Retail therapy comes courtesy of the Bullring, home to over 160 shops and two department stores, including Selfridges. Later, park up at 'Balti Triangle', where Britain's best spicy Indian curries can be devoured.
From Birmingham you can be in the tearoom-filled villages of the Cotswolds in an hour. Ancient academy city Cambridge and an afternoon of lazy punting are under two hours' drive away. Or steer southwest to explore Wales. Cross into the second-hand bookshop capital of the world, Hay-on-Wye. The mill towns and rocky beauty of the Peak District National Park lie to the north.