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Starting from £9 per day*
* Rates are based on a 7 day rental from 28/11/2016-05/12/2016 at Birmingham
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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz in Birmingham

As England's second city, Birmingham has become an exciting, modern destination at the heart of the country. Not only is the city an established European leader of industry, it is home to some of the Midlands' finest historical and cultural landmarks.

So, whether you’re visiting Birmingham on business or for pleasure, we can get you on the road quickly and efficiently, thanks to our convenient car hire pick-up locations. You'll find our offices at the international airport and main railways stations, as well as in the city centre.

Pickup Locations Birmingham

  • Birmingham International Airport

    Opening hours:Mo-Su 0630-2400

    Address:Airport Way

    Phone:44-0843-309-3005**

    **Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone companys access charge

  • Birmingham City - 40 Upper Gough Street

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed

    Address:40 Upper Gough Street

    Phone:+44-0-121-285-0310

  • Birmingham New Street Railway Station

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed

    Address:40 Upper Gough Street

    Phone:44-0-121-285-0310

  • Birmingham International Railway Station

    Opening hours:Mo-Su 0630-2400

    Address:Airport Way, Elmdon

    Phone:44-0843-309-3005**

    **Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone companys access charge

  • Birmingham, Watson Road COSTCO

    Opening hours:

    Address:100 Watson Road,
    Nechells

    Phone:

  • Birmingham, Wednesbury B&Q

    Opening hours:

    Address:Axletree Way,
    West Midlands

    Phone:

  • Birmingham, Wednesbury IKEA

    Opening hours:

    Address:Park Lane,
    West Midlands

    Phone:

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A quick guide to Birmingham

In recent years, Birmingham has become a striking modern destination with world-class shopping, museums and restaurants. Alongside the attractions of today, you can delve deep into the city's history

Moving the past into present

During the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham was at the forefront of a developing Britain and was regarded as powerhouse in the country's manufacturing sector. Today, the industrial backdrop may no longer exist, but the city has stayed true to its roots and preserved such an important time of its history.

One of the finest example is the stylish renovation of the Gas Street Basin. As the old hub of Britain’s canal freight system - locals boast that Birmingham has more miles of canal than Venice - this is now a trendy area of waterside restaurants, shops and bars. If you're looking to explore the 200 miles of waterway, spend an afternoon leisurely chugging along on one of the canal cruises.

At Birmingham’s Jewellery Museum, you'll see how the finest pieces have been made by the city’s craftspeople from throughout history.

A shopping heaven

Alongside the industrial past sits the modern day shopping districts of Birmingham's city centre. The contemporary Bullring Centre is a gigantic collection of 150 shops including two department stores - look up at the dazzling metal and glass fascia of Selfridges before you pop inside.

Nearby, the Mailbox shopping arcade features one of Britain’s largest collection of designer stores outside London, including names like Harvey Nichols, Ralph Lauren and Hugo Boss. You'll find a great range of cafes here too, so you can enjoy a break from bustling city. The Jewellery Quarter is a short walk from the centre along a restored canal. This grid of Victorian streets is home to 400 craftsmen’s workshops and design boutiques.

Exploring the historic Midlands

It’s easy to take a short drive out of the city and soak up some of the heritage on offers in the Midlands region. If you're a history buff, head for the lovely leafy towns like Kenilworth and Warwick, both with major castle attractions. These intact medieval fortresses were once vital strategic strongholds in Britain’s War of the Roses, and you can wander their battlements and follow in the footsteps of those knights in armour.

Visit peaceful Stratford upon Avon to explore the picturesque home of playwright William Shakespeare. You can see the Royal Shakespeare Company perform in his hometown in their famous riverside theatre.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.