Car Hire at Cardiff Airport
Address & Contact DetailsCardiff Int Airport, Vale Of Glamorgan, Cardiff, CF62 3BD. Tel: 03445446006
|Monday||08:00 - 22:30|
|Tuesday||08:00 - 22:30|
|Wednesday||08:00 - 22:30|
|Thursday||08:00 - 22:30|
|Friday||08:00 - 22:30|
|Saturday||08:30 - 14:30|
|Sunday||15:30 - 23:00|
Find your perfect car hire at Cardiff AirportArrive at Cardiff Airport, pick up your hire car and take to the open road.
With your own set of wheels, the city and beyond is yours to explore as you please.
Exit the Arrivals Hall, descend the steps to pavement level, turn right and cross the road where you will see steps down to the Short Stay Car Park.The car rental building is at the foot of these steps. There are Avis signs along the route.
Plan your journey from Cardiff AirportFrom the airport, it’s a breezy 30-minute drive to Cardiff city centre.
The most impressive historical attraction in the city is Cardiff Castle, which has been modified over the centuries. Admire the different influences (Roman, Norman and Bute) on the architecture, which provides an aesthetically pleasing insight into Welsh history.
The Welsh are a very keen sporting nation, so be sure to check out the timetable for the city’s Millennium Stadium during your visit. You might catch a game of rugby while you’re in the city. It’s also possible to book a stadium tour.
To escape the hustle and bustle of city life, head to Penarth – officially a suburb of Cardiff (which also doubles as a quaint Victorian seaside town). A walk along the esplanade and the pier area, followed by a coffee at a cafe overlooking the sea, promises a relaxing afternoon.
Beyond Cardiff AirportWhen you arrive at Cardiff Airport, you’ll not only be well-placed to explore the capital city, but also a couple of others in neighbouring England. It’s possible to reach both Bath and Bristol within two hours in your hire car.
From Cardiff Airport, you’ll easily reach Bristol in just over an hour by taking the M4. An alternative, creative city, Bristol’s streets are awash with street art. Spot authentic artworks from the likes of Banksy as you explore. With a growing reputation as a top food destination, Bristol is awash with fine cafes and restaurants. A number of exceptional museums live here too, including M Shed which chapters Bristol’s history.
Just a little further east (and an hour and 40 minutes from Cardiff Airport) is Bath. Officially a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Bath is famed for its Roman and Georgian past – showcased on The Royal Crescent (a spectacular sweeping row of 30 terraced houses). Be sure to visit the Roman Baths, which are over 2,000 years old and draw on Britain’s only mineral hot springs. The Museum of Bath Architecture reveals more about the city’s development.
With your Avis hire car, two of England’s most celebrated tourist cities are yours to explore. Pick up the keys to your rental and make it memorable.