Car Hire Birmingham New Street Railway Station

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 11/12/2018-18/12/2018 at Birmingham New Street Railway Station


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Car Hire Birmingham New Street Railway Station

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Birmingham New Street Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0800-1800
Sa 0900-1300
Su closed
40 Upper Gough Street, B1 1JL

Telephone: +44 (0) 121 285 0310

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Hertz at Birmingham New Street Railway Station

Birmingham New Street Railway Station is the main station for the city of Birmingham, located in the West Midlands of England. The closest landmark to the railway station is the Bullring which is Birmingham city centre's famous shopping centre. With loads of famous chain stores and high end outlets such as Selfridges, this the perfect place to get your shopping covered. The shopping centre also has a great set of restaurants and cafes for you to put your feet up and relax in between browsing. Hiring a car from Birmingham New Street Railway Station gives you a quick way to get your new purchases home safely and quickly without struggling on public transport.

Arriving and renting a car at Birmingham New Street Railway Station gives visitors the freedom to travel around and outside the city centre, from the beauty of Birmingham Cathedral, to the fun filled Cadbury World attraction. Football fans have a choice of St Andrews which is home to Birmingham City or Villa Park to see Aston Villa, both of which are more accessible by car. Art fans can find themselves wandering around the many galleries and museums for hours whilst book lovers will likely want to head straight for the Library of Birmingham, which has recently been redesigned, and is a stunning building packed with great literature events.