Car Hire in Glasgow City Centre
Car Hire Glasgow city centre
Our Glasgow car hire branch is conveniently located only five minutes walk away from the city centre and the Glasgow's main shopping district.
Returning your hire car to Avis Glasgow City Centre
Avis Glasgow is located on the South street: turn on to Bromilaw then turn right at the first set of traffic lights and follow the road on to the top then turn left on to Argyle street.
If you are returning your rental car out of hours, please park outside the branch and leave the keys in the drop box located by the entrance gate.
Address & Contact DetailsGlasgow Car Hire, 70 Lancefield Street, Glasgow, G3 8JD. Tel: 03445446064
|Monday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Thursday||08:00 - 16:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 16:00|
Plan your journey from Glasgow city centre
In Glasgow, find a thriving music scene and some of the most imaginative museums and galleries in Britain. There's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, housing one of Europe's great art collections, or the much-vaunted Burrell Collection, one man's collection of more than 9,000 objects, displayed in a beautiful woodland setting to the city's south.
On Glasgow Harbour, a Clyde-built Tall Ship is berthed beside the Riverside (transport) Museum. On-ship displays recreate shipboard life during its heyday in 1896, while inside the museum whole streets have been recreated from Glasgow's past.
From gothic Glasgow Cathedral hike around the Central Necropolis hillside graveyard nearby: in fine weather the views are wonderful, but the elaborate Victorian tombs are intriguing come rain or shine.
Take to the Style Mile for designer stores and boutique oddities. Visit the nearby Glasgow School of Art’s shop on Dalhousie Street and purchase a knickknack from a designer of the future. Make room for tea with a side of shortbread at the renowned Willow Tea Rooms.
Road trips from Glasgow
Road trips from Glasgow
Firth of Clyde
With a hire car to hand, the Clyde valley, Argyll sea lochs and the old shipbuilding centres on the Clyde estuary are all within easy reach of Glasgow. Steer around attractive coastal peninsulas or ferry out onto craggy islands. One of the most accessible islands, Bute, is a 2.5-hour drive from the city. The compact island is all rolling hills, sandy beaches and heather-covered moorlands – making it a pleasant escape for cyclists, walkers and wildlife spotters.
From Glasgow, it’s a 30-minute jaunt north-east to one of Scotland’s most important heritage sites. Bannockburn saw the pivotal defeat of the English army by Robert the Bruce in 1314. A new visitor experience re-enacts the battle in 3D.
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
An hour’s drive north-west from the city takes trippers to Loch Lomond and the Trossach mountains. Discover 220 miles of mountains, glens, woodlands and lochs where 25 per cent of the UK’s threatened bird, animal and plant species call home. Fancy a climb? Forty summits in the park top 750 metres.