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It’s the second-largest city in the UK, so multicultural Birmingham naturally has loads to see, do – and eat. Top attractions include Cadbury World chocolate factory, the British Motor Museum, and the National Sea Life Centre. Nearby Nottingham, home to the much-loved story of Robin Hood, is just an hour’s drive away.
Here, we’ve answered some of the questions that we hear a lot when it comes to hiring a car in Birmingham.
You must be at least 21 years old and have held a clean driving license for a minimum of one year to rent a car in the UK. Some car rental companies impose a higher age restriction of 23.
You’ll need a valid driving license, a passport or other valid photo ID, and a credit card in your name.
All rental companies ask for a guarantee deposit on your credit card at pick-up before allowing you to drive your rental car away. This covers any potential damage to the vehicle and will be returned to you when you drop off the car in its original condition.
No, you can usually choose either to pre-pay or to pay when you pick up your car.
Birmingham has a wide choice of car rental companies,including Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Europcar, EasiRent, Hertz, National and Sixt. It pays to shop around and find the best rental deal for you.
There’s a lot to discover as you explore Birmingham, and seeing the sights is made much simpler when you have a rental car. Here are just a few of our highlights.
Historic buildings sit side-by-side with gleaming modern architecture in Birmingham’s lively center. Flex your credit card in the huge Bullring mall, snap photos of beautiful Victoria Square – home to one of the largest fountains in Europe – or enjoy some culture at the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
Birmingham is rightly known as the curry capital of the UK. Spice up your trip with a visit to one of the many authentic Balti houses in this famously delicious triangle, which stretches along Ladypool Road, Stoney Lane and Stratford Road.
Around 40% of all jewelry made in the UK is created in this picturesque city quarter. Browse hundreds of independent shops and craft workshops to find a unique piece to take home for someone special – or yourself, if something special catches your eye.
The city’s enormous National Exhibition Centre is a one-stop entertainment destination, and hosts everything from shops and restaurants to a casino and a cinema. Throughout the year, it’s the site of a wide range of events from, business conferences to live music shows and art exhibits.