Car Hire Plymouth Train Station
Address & Contact Details20 Commercial Road, Plymouth, PL4 0LE. Tel: 03445446090
Find your perfect car hire at Plymouth Train Station
An important Royal Navy port, Plymouth has experienced a regeneration over the past decade, increasing its tourist appeal ten-fold.
Explore the best of both city and beach with your Avis car hired in Plymouth.
When you arrive at Plymouth Train Station, Avis would ask you to transfer to our location at 20 Commercial Road, Plymouth by taxi.
Please advise the Rental Sales Agent and present your receipt and they will arrange the refund for you.
Plan your journey from Plymouth Train StationPlymouth Train Station is in the heart of the city centre, so once you collect your Avis hire car it couldn’t be easier to start your road trip around Plymouth and the surrounding area.
The Barbican is the oldest part of Plymouth city and you can find many historical buildings here, since it was one of the only parts of the city that wasn’t destroyed during the Second World War. The Barbican is most popular for its winding streets packed with independent cafes and art galleries. Many famous visual artists originated from Plymouth, such as Beryl Cook and Lee Woods, and you can find their works in the galleries of this area. Don’t leave the Barbican without popping into Britain’s oldest commercial bakery, Jacka F H, for a pastry.
A must-visit for the whole family is the National Marine Aquarium, which is the deepest aquarium in Europe. Here you can view sea life from the waters around Plymouth, as well as those from tropical locations around the world. The aquarium also has its own recreated coral reef.
Beyond Plymouth Train StationThe south coast of England is home to quaint beach towns and stunning countryside. All this is easily explored with your hire car from Plymouth Train Station.
Exmouth is a quintessential British seaside town, and since it’s just over an hour from Plymouth by car, it’s also very accessible. The beach boasts around 3km of golden sand, while its eastern side has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you can build sandcastles and explore the unique rock pool formations that attract a diverse range of bird life to the town, including redshanks and wigeons.
Torquay is the UK’s ultimate beach destination, with 22 beaches dotted along the coast of the borough of Torbay. Just a five-minute drive from the city centre, Hollicombe and Corbyn Head are both popular stretches of sand. This seaside town also boasts a unique microclimate, with palm trees a common sight along the coastline. Before leaving, be sure to drive to Kents Cavern – a prehistoric cave.
With your Avis car hired from Plymouth Train Station, this seaside city and the lush county of Devon beyond are easily explored.