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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 Salisbury And Wilton
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Why Hertz

  • 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 at Salisbury

Deep in the quintessentially English county of Wiltshire, just nine miles from the enchanting prehistoric site of Stonehenge, is Salisbury. This medieval cathedral city, with its 13th century architecture, is, incredibly, home to the Magna Carta, but aside from this fact, it is quite simply a lovely place to visit.

So you can take in all this city has to offer at your own convenience, we've got car hire branches located across the area – including Salisbury Railway Station.

Those hoping to explore from behind the wheel will find Hertz’s best price guarantee appealing – in the unlikely event that you find a lower Hertz price we’ll refund the difference. As well as this, we charge no cancellation or amendment fees* and with us you can rest assured there’ll be no hidden extras to pay for. If you’re looking for complete peace-of-mind, you’ll also be pleased to know we have a 24-hour helpline, so if you need a hand we’ll be right there.

Pickup Locations Salisbury And Wilton

  • Salisbury Railway Station

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

    Address:Corner Brunel / Mitchell Road, Churchfields Industrial Estate

    Phone:44-0-1722-580-110

  • Shipton Bellinger-Delta Works

    Opening hours:Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed
    Effective 1 September 2016, this location will be permanently closed.

    Address:Salisbury Road, Wiltshire

    Phone:44-0843-309-3066**

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

  • Churchfields Industrial Estate

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

    Address:Corner Brunel/Mitchell Road

    Phone:44-0-1722-580-110

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Driving in and around Salisbury

From the idyllic countryside views at Cranbone Chase to the historical roots of the cathedral, Salisbury and the surrounding area is a hive of activity and things to do and hiring a car offers you the perfect way of taking in everything it has to offer.

One of the UK’s few landlocked counties, Wiltshire’s huge expanse nudges shoulders with Dorset, Somerset, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire. The landscape here is rich and varied with chalk river valleys, ancient forests and rolling parkland merging into one another. There’s a real sense of time passing more slowly in this rural county, many areas of which have barely been touched by humans in centuries. The area is easy-going and has plenty of opportunities to explore a Neolithic site here, a 15th century village there, or stop for the evening in a slow-paced tow.

The city has two major routes running through its centre – the A36 and the A30. You'll find the A36 offers you great access to areas of inner-city Salisbury, as well as if you’re looking to explore further afield. Head north on this road and you'll reach another historic city, Bath, whereas heading south will take you towards Southampton and the coastline. You'll be able to reach the famed yachting town of Weymouth down the A30 too.

Look out for Castle Street and Fisherton Street whilst in the city centre. These routes run north-south and east-west across Salisbury respectively, so can act as a good point to find your bearings. For the historic Salisbury Cathedral, head for Bishop's Walk.

The national limit is 70mph on dual carriageways and motorways, and 30mph as standard in built-up areas. Close to schools or in areas which are primarily residential, you may find speed limits drop still lower than 30mph.

A quick guide to Salisbury

Although Salisbury is an urban area, this city simply feels like the countryside. When you see how closely Wiltshire’s fresh green meadows and farmlands skim the city boundaries, and how quickly you can make your way into nature’s landscape upon leaving the city’s main thrust, you’ll come to appreciate why it has become such a popular tourist hotspot. An easy city to navigate, with a wealth of fab attractions, a compelling history and a healthy array of luxury shops and restaurants, Salisbury is perfect for a long weekend of leisurely retreat.

Salisbury Cathedral and the Magna Carta

Salisbury Cathedral’s elegant spire, a late addition to the building, can be viewed from miles around. There’s been a place of worship on this site since 1220 and visitors come every day from around the globe to marvel at the medieval cloisters and stunning 13th century Chapter House. Many come to see the original 1215 Magna Carta, which is housed within the cathedral walls. One of the most important documents ever published, the Magna Carta (or Great Charter) is, in essence, a declaration that nobody, including royalty is above the rule of the law. It is a keystone of the British constitution.

For a taste of more of England's historic backdrop, head just eight miles north of the city and visit the World Heritage Site Stonehenge – an unbeatable prehistoric monument that mystifies and enthrals visitors of all ages in equal measure.

The bustling Charter Market

The Charter Market is an authentic Salisbury institution. It has been held in the city’s very heart for centuries and is a twice-weekly gathering where you can pick up everything from locally grown fresh produce to clothing, household goods and tasty treats. As well as the Charter Market, there’s a fortnightly farmers’ market that attracts foodies from all over the county to both buy and sell tempting delicacies. Those who enjoy a retro bargain should check out the monthly vintage market and, if you’re visiting during the festive period, don’t miss the fantastic Salisbury Christmas Market, which takes place in Guildhall Square.

A vibrant events calendar

A cheerful, open-hearted event originally staged in 1974, Salisbury International Arts is a diverse festival that sees around 150 performances and events take place every year, covering every discipline from poetry and comedy to large-scale public art commissions, dance performances and art exhibitions. While many of the venues that host events are in the city itself, a good portion are also situated in the surrounding countryside, making the arts festival a pleasing mix of the rural and the cosmopolitan. The annual arts festival is just one of a number of festivals taking place in Salisbury each year.

Motorists should look out for the Wilton Classic and Supercar Event, keen crafters will enjoy Salisbury Contemporary Craft and Heritage Festival, and those who love to discover exciting new ingredients and meet expert foodies should time their visit to coincide with Salisbury Food and Drink Festival.

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