Car Hire Leeds Railway Station

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* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at Leeds Railway Station


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Car Hire Leeds Railway Station

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Leeds Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0900-1700
Sa 0930-1330
Su 1000-1400
Unit 1 - Wellington Road Industrial Estate, LS12 2UA

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

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Hertz Car Hire at Leeds Railway Station

The grand railway station at Leeds is one of the main gateways to this exciting city and the rest of the unique Yorkshire region. If you want to get around Britain’s third biggest urban area and explore the wider attractions of Yorkshire, it really helps to have a hire car.

Browse our vehicle collections and reserve the perfect car online. If you need to change or cancel your booking you can do so for free up to two days before collection.

Driving in and around Leeds Railway Station

You’ll find us open seven days a week to provide you with a hire car at Leeds Railway Station. And it’s good to know we’re in a quiet spot just outside the station.

A quick guide to Leeds and beyond

You’ll be arriving in the heart of one of the great cities of northern England. Our office is close to the inner ring road, making it easy to get to all parts of the city and the rest of Yorkshire whether you’re visiting here on business or of pleasure.

Shopping in the great city of Leeds

You’ll be well placed to explore the centre of Leeds, which was once an industrial powerhouse but is now more famous for its shopping and culture. The restored industrial architecture mixes well with more modern developments to house a wide range of leading designer stores and independent boutiques. Along with a huge covered market and a collection of quirky bohemian stores, you’ll find Leeds has become one of the UK’s top spots for shopping.

Enjoy the cultural highlights of the city

Leeds is an acclaimed centre for culture, with the impressive Leeds City Art Gallery’s collection of 20th century British art being especially highly thought of. You’ll be able to find venues that cover the full range of live performances too, from the Victorian City Varieties Music Hall and the Grand Theatre to a serious contemporary club and live band scene, including lively venues like the Warehouse and the O2 Academy.

Artefacts and the Aire

The Royal Armouries Museum is a surprisingly modern collection of exciting displays. Among the fascinating exhibits you can see real jousting or take a challenging military assault course. And you’ll find Leeds Industrial Museum is housed in a former mill building dating back to the industrial revolution alongside the River Aire. It’s a great place to get a taste of the old industrial Leeds.

Bradford's industrial heritage

You’ll find Leeds almost joins its neighbouring city, Bradford. This is another centre from the industrial revolution. You’ll see a perfectly preserved mill and its surrounding back-to-back terrace houses for the workers at the Saltaire World Heritage Site. The giant former mill building now houses an acclaimed art gallery featuring work by local artist David Hockney. Bradford is also one of the best places in the UK to try a curry at one of scores of authentic family-run restaurants.

Explore the region further

Leeds makes a great base for exploring the rest of Yorkshire. Within a short drive you could visit the inspiring landscapes of three fine national parks: the Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and Peak District. Other highlights of the region include historic York, the genteel spa town of Harrogate and the monastic ruins of Fountains Abbey.