Car Hire at Cambridge Train Station
Address & Contact Details245 Mill Road, Cambridge, CB1 3BE. Tel: 03445446046
Delivery and collection is available at this location
|Monday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Thursday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 13:00|
Find your perfect car hire at Cambridge Train StationOverflowing with tradition and prestige, Cambridge is a delightful city to explore. And with your Avis hire car, it couldn’t be easier.
Simply arrange and collect your hire car in Cambridge and begin your road trip around the very best of East Anglia.
When you arrive at Cambridge Train Station, please transfer to our station at 245 Mill Road, Cambridge by taxi or tube.
Your rental car will await you there and Avis will refund the cost of the transfer journey to you. Cambridge Train Station and 245 Mill Road, Cambridge are a short distance apart.
Please advise the Rental Sales Agent and present your receipt and they will arrange the refund for you.
Plan your journey from Cambridge Train StationA city steeped in history, architecture and tradition, Cambridge is crying out to be explored.
Of course, Cambridge’s principal attraction is its world-famous university. Grand and stately, the colleges here have existed for hundreds of years. Students cycle along the pathways to and from classes and sit socialising in the sunshine on the immaculate lawns, which you can do too. Wandering the ancient buildings here, it’s easy to be swept away by the magic of it all.
The River Cam flows through the very heart of the city, providing the perfect waters for punting which has entertained locals and visitors for centuries. Hire a punt boat for yourselves, pack a picnic and drift away an afternoon floating along the river.
A city overflowing with heritage, Cambridge is home to a wealth of impressive museums and cultural sights. No trip to this city is complete without exploring the stunning Fitzwilliam Museum, displaying art and antiquities. The Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences is the oldest of the university offerings. The city’s round church – the Holy Sepulchre – is one of only four of its kind in Britain, while the delightful Cambridge University Botanical Garden is certainly a sight to behold.
Exploring magnificent Cambridge is just a drive away.
Beyond Cambridge Train StationA tantalising mix of blossoming countryside, ancient architecture and stunning coastline, there’s no doubt East Anglia is an unforgettable part of the world. From Cambridge, discovering the delights of this region couldn’t be easier. All you need is your Avis hire car.
An hour-and-a-half’s drive east of Cambridge along the A11, the medieval city of Norwich awaits. Surrounded by charming countryside, the city’s winding maze of cobbled streets make you feel like you’ve travelled back in time. Norwich Cathedral is the star of the skyline, with independent boutiques and antique bookshops jostling amongst the city’s medieval architecture. The ancient Norman castle, dating back to the 12th century, stands proudly in the city centre keeping watch over the city.
A picturesque seaside town straight from a storybook, Aldeburgh offers stunning coastal beauty. Pastel-coloured houses line its pebbled shores and, unsurprisingly, local fish and chip shops make good use of the seaside location, serving fresh seafood caught daily. Take a stroll along the promenade and explore the 19th-century town centre filled with art galleries and quaint cafes. Just an hour-and-a-half’s drive along the A14 from Cambridge, Aldeburgh is well worth a day trip.
With your Avis hire car, it couldn’t be easier and more comfortable to discover the history and mystique of East Anglia.