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Car Hire Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station

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Liverpool Lime Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0800-1730
Sa 0900-1200
Su closed
Address
141 Vauxhall Road, L3 6BN

Telephone: +44 (0) 151 227 2222

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Hertz at Liverpool Lime Street Railway Station

Liverpool is one of Britain's major cities, located in the north west of the country. Liverpool is culturally rich thanks to a proud maritime history, and in modern times exports like the Beatles, and the success of Liverpool FC have really put the city on the map. The Grand National takes place on the fringes of the city, and landmarks like the Albert Docks and the Royal Liver Building are important architectural symbols of the city.

Due to Liverpool's close proximity to a network of major motorways, hiring a car invites journeys to places like Crosby Beach and the wider city attractions.

The Albert Dock will be the first port of call for many visitors to the city. The docks are home to the Mersey Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool. The Walker Art Gallery and the Anglican Cathedral constitute just a couple of the city's spectacular landmarks.

Anfield – home of Liverpool FC – is short drive out of the city on the A59, and for those hiring a car, Crosby Beach is just fifteen minutes away on the A565. Here you'll find Antony Gormley's ‘Another Place' exhibit the cast iron statues looking out to see are intensely moving and well worth a visit. You'll also be able to see John Lennon's childhood home, following the A562 east.