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Hertz car hire in Leeds

The proud industrial city of Leeds has been reborn as one of Britain’s most popular visitor destinations. It stands at the heart of Yorkshire - the UK's largest county - which boasts major attractions in all directions.

The city forms part of the UK’s third largest urban area so it helps to have a hire car to tour the best sights and explore further afield.

We have a number of conveniently placed car hire pick-up locations around the city. You’ll find us at Leeds Bradford Airport, Leeds railway station and in busy commercial spots in the city.

Whether you’re visiting Leeds for work or for pleasure, we’ll be close at hand to get you in a car as quickly and efficiently as possible. All our Leeds offices operate our best price promise, so in the unlikely event that you find a Hertz hire car cheaper, we’ll refund the difference.

Pickup Locations Leeds

  • Leeds Bradford Airport

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-2300, Sa 0700-2230, Su 0800-2230. Effective 1 April 2019: Mo 0700-0030, Tu-Th 0700-0000, Fr 0700-0030, Sa 0700-0000, Su 0800-2300.

    Address: Leeds Bradford International Airport

    Phone: 44-0-843-309-3038**

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

  • Leeds South

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa 0800-1200, Su closed

    Address: 1 Pottery Road, , Southern Cross, , South Leeds Industrial Estate

    Phone: +44 (0) 1133 200 187

  • Leeds City

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1400, Su 1000-1400

    Address: Wellington Bridge Road,
    Unit 1 - Wellington Road Industrial Estate

    Phone: +44 (0) 843 309 3039**

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

  • Leeds Railway Station

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0900-1700, Sa 0930-1330, Su 1000-1400

    Address: Unit 1 - Wellington Road Industrial Estate

    Phone: +44 (0) 843 309 3039**

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


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Driving in and around Leeds

Canalside apartments in Leeds

Today’s Leeds offers a mix of world-class shops, galleries and restaurants to enjoy. And you’ll find that driving around this thriving city is easy. The main roads are often dual carriageways or wider, and the road signs are clear and easy to follow.

As you drive further out into the surrounding countryside, the Yorkshire roads get quieter and more scenic. The drives to the northwest are especially attractive - try a tour towards Ilkley and Bolton Abbey.

If you have a hire car in Leeds, you’ll find that getting to the main sights and attractions is helped by having the A64 motorway running west to east right through the heart of the city. Close by is the M621, which can whisk you to either the M1 or the M62 motorways - putting cities like Manchester, Hull and Sheffield within reach.

Leeds is a regional transport hub, so you’ll find roads heading off in all directions like the spokes of a wheel. For example, the A64 will quickly get you to the ancient walled city of York while the A61 will take you to the elegant spa town of Harrogate.

A Quick Guide to Leeds

Leeds City Art Gallery and Town Hall

The former gritty powerhouse of the industrial revolution has been transformed into a glossy modern city, with glamorous restaurants and shops in beautifully restored old buildings amid an amazing array of cultural attractions.

A shopping revolution

The grandest industrial buildings in Leeds have become stylish hotels or trendy boutiques, warehouses are now galleries and factories have been reborn as arts centres.

You’ll find the restored heart of Leeds has become one of Britain’s most popular shopping areas, with grand Victorian arcades housing designer stores like Harvey Nichols, Paul Smith and Vivienne Westwood.

Look out for the more independent fashion outlets housed under the huge dome of the circular Corn Exchange nearby. Just outside the city centre, you'll find the White Rose Shopping Centre and Junction 32 Designer Outlet.

When you need a break from shopping there are scores of stylish cafes and restaurants in central Leeds, including the Thai-themed Zap, complete with its own rickshaw and the Michelin Star-winning The Man Behind The Curtain.

And in the suburb of Guiseley you can find another type of restaurant: the first fish and chip shop run by early 20th century entrepreneur Harry Ramsden. It’s a great place to visit for a taste of old Yorkshire.

The world famous Royal Armouries

Don’t expect rows of dusty suits of armour at the Royal Armouries Museum. It’s a memorable award-winning, purpose-built attraction that has become internationally famous.

Inside, you’ll find everything is displayed in a modern, interactive way as you make your way through history, from the medieval era all the way up to the 21st century. Watch real jousting displays, live falconry and even hand-to-hand combat. You can walk or drive from Leeds city centre.

Visit Saltaire

Further afield, you’ll be able to see some of the finest attractions in the north of England. Just north of the neighbouring city of Bradford, amid more industrial era architecture, you’ll find the World Heritage Site of Saltaire.

The intact canalside mill and workers’ homes were built as a ‘model village’ by a well-meaning Victorian industrialist. Today it’s a wonderful place to explore and the old mill buildings house bohemian traders and galleries.

Cafes and bars line the cobbled streets while inside the main mill building you’ll find an acclaimed collection of contemporary paintings by celebrated Bradford-born artist David Hockney.

The walled city of York

To the north-east, the ancient city of York makes the perfect day trip from Leeds. You’ll find the charming old historic capital of the north is clustered around its fabulous Minster church within intact city walls dating back to the Romans.

You’ll find a castle, a railway museum and narrow medieval streets where the upper floors of timber-framed houses extend out over the cobbles below.

A beautiful spa town

Sedate Harrogate is a short drive north of Leeds. It’s a pretty old spa town with elegant parks, tree-lined streets and a glorious old-fashioned Victorian spa that’s still open to visitors.

You will even find a famous Yorkshire institution: Betty’s. This is an award-winning, long-standing traditional teashop serving classic English afternoon tea.

Nearby is the pretty village of Ripley, built in a simple pattern to house rural workers hundreds of years ago. There’s a castle and extensive grounds to explore, ancient country pubs and, of course, more classic Yorkshire tea rooms.