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Car hire in Coventry

Car hire in Coventry

Coventry is an English city in the West Midlands that lies around (153km) northwest of central London and just 31km away from Birmingham. It is close to the M6 and M69 motorways, as well as the A45, and is served by Coventry Airport (CVT).

What I need to know

There are a number of Coventry car hire companies in the city. Visitors could compare car hire using Holiday Autos to find the most cheapest and most convenient option for them. The advantages of doing so include free cancellation, no credit card fees and customer care.

Where to pick up my car

Coventry car rental companies are located in a number of different locations around the city, including Coventry Airport. There are also several in the city centre close to Coventry Transport Museum, and a few just off Hearsall Lane too.

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  • “The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
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Where to go

There is plenty to see in the city, from historical monuments, castles, cathedrals and museums to green open spaces ideal for a walk. Coventry is also in a perfect central location from which to explore the rest of the UK, and with a car you can get off the beaten track.

Nearby Coventry

Visitors to Coventry can get to the nearby city of Birmingham with ease. This journey takes around 30 minutes by car. Leicester can also be reached by car in just under an hour, while it’s just 30 minutes to Stratford-upon-Avon - the birthplace of famous playwright William Shakespeare.

Longer drives

Coventry is central to the UK, and so it is easy to explore most of the country’s major cities and national parks from here. Drive down to London for dinner and a show, experience Edinburgh’s incredible cultural attractions, or get some fresh air in the stunning New Forest national park.

Eating and drinking

Visitors to Coventry must ensure they stop for a drink or some food in one of the city’s medieval taverns, which are known for their wide selection of beer. Throughout the city centre there are many more modern restaurants as well as nightlife hotspots that cater to a wide range of music tastes.

Things to do

Coventry Transport Museum is one of the city’s most famous attractions, featuring large exhibits on transport. If you want to get some fresh air in beautiful surrounds there are a number of parks, including Allesley Park, Ryton Pools Country Park and Spencer Park.

Sightseeing

Visitors will be transported to the past while visiting Coventry Cathedral, which features war damaged ruins, while Cauldon Castle sheds more light on the city’s history. Visitors may also enjoy Baddesley Clinton - a stately home complete with a moat - that is the epitome of old England.

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