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Hertz at Liverpool

Liverpool is back. Once the world’s largest port and famed as the second greatest city in the British Empire, today you can discover a place transformed, a UNESCO World Heritage City known across the globe as the World Capital of Pop.

The city that gave the world The Beatles, later chosen as European Capital of Culture, is primed for discovery, housing the largest collection of museums and galleries anywhere outside of London.

Liverpool can also boast great shopping opportunities and a fantastic variety of restaurants. Visit the vast Liverpool One complex and surrounding streets, unlock world-class sporting events, an unrivalled musical heritage and experience that famously warm Scouse welcome. 

Whether you’re here on business or to see the sights of this vibrant, dynamic city, we have pick-up locations conveniently located at Lime Street railway station, John Lennon Airport and in the city’s outskirts.

We’ll aim to get you into your chosen vehicle and out on the road as quickly and as conveniently as possible.

Hertz Liverpool Locations

Liverpool Airport

John Lennon Airport,
Terminal Building

+44-(0)-843-309-3042*

Vauxhall Road

141 Vauxhall Road
+44-(0)-843-309-3043*

Liverpool Lime Railway Station

141 Vauxhall Road
+44-(0)-151-227-2222

A quick guide to Liverpool

There’s a lot more to Liverpool than pop music and football, and hiring a car gives you the freedom to easily explore its plentiful and varied attractions, as well as accessing the region’s other main cities.

Pop art

After an impressive renovation, the Albert Dock has become one of the city’s most visited attractions. A mix of galleries, museums, restaurants and shops, it’s a popular place to get a real feel for the city.

The main event here is Tate Liverpool, which has become one of the largest and most significant galleries of modern and contemporary art in the UK outside of London.

It’s at the Albert Dock, that you’ll also find The Beatles Story museum, taking you on an atmospheric journey through the lives, times and music of the Fab Four. Exhibits and unique memorabilia chart their progress from their Liverpool childhood, through the early days of the band, to world domination and on to their solo careers.

City of culture

One of the giants of Liverpool's cultural landscape is the Walker Gallery, boasting an impressive collection of paintings, sculpture and decorative art spanning 700 years to the present day.

It’s one of Liverpool's best attractions and a great place to while away an afternoon in the company of masterpieces. It features 17th-century Dutch and Flemish art and a stunning sculpture room among many other great works.

A short drive north of the city, on Crosby beach, stands Antony Gormley’s ‘Another Place’, an army of 100 human figures staring out across the Mersey estuary. Enjoy a poignant experience, particularly impressive at low tide when each of the figures slowly emerges from the Mersey.

Religious following

Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral is the largest in Britain and the fifth largest in Europe. This world-class visitor attraction is free to enter, but it’s well worth booking a ticket for the amazing Tower Experience.

You can visit the Bell Chamber, watch a film on how this incredible structure was built and enjoy unrivalled panoramic views of the city with a trip up the tower.

No visit to Liverpool would be complete without a pilgrimage to explore its other religion – football. A visit to Anfield, the iconic home of Liverpool Football Club, is a must for all lovers of the beautiful game.

Liverpool FC have claimed Europe’s top club title more times than any other British club and a tour of the hallowed stadium gives a fascinating insight into the history of one of the game’s legendary teams. Better still, attend one of their home games, where you can experience the deafening atmosphere of the Kop in full swing.

A walk through history

Take a trip to Chester, one of English history's greatest sights. This unique collection of Tudor- and Victorian-era buildings, encircled by a Roman-built wall, is only 40 minutes south of Liverpool city centre.

Originally built by the Romans around AD 70, the city walls are best appreciated by walking along their two-mile circuit that takes you around the historic centre.

Afterwards, head for the famous Rows, a series of Victorian and Tudor two-level galleried arcades that house a fantastic collection of independently-owned shops.

Car rental in Liverpool is a great way to make the most of your trip – exploring the must-see sights in the city and also venturing further afield to check out the many attractions that are within easy reach.

Driving in and around Liverpool

Liverpool is extremely well-connected by road. The M62 motorway starts on the city’s outskirts and takes you into the centre of Manchester in an hour. It then continues all the way to Hull on the Yorkshire coast, passing close to the city of Leeds.

Here it meets the M1, which heads south towards London and north as the A1(M) towards Newcastle and the north-east of England. The M62 also connects with the M6 motorway which heads north to Scotland and south to Birmingham.

From the centre of Liverpool, the A580 heads north-east, past Anfield and Goodison Park football grounds, and meets the M57 which flanks the eastern edge of the city. The A59 heads north to meet the M58 which also connects with the M6.

The city’s great waterway, the River Mersey, is crossed via the Kingsway and Queensway tunnels that link the city with the Wirral Peninsula. The Kingsway leads to the M53 which takes you south to the turn-off for the wonderfully historic city of Chester. The M53 also meets the M56 which runs west towards the graceful old seaside resorts of the north Wales coast.

On-street parking in the city centre can be expensive and limited so it’s best to use one of the many car parks close to all the main sights, or use your hotel or apartment’s private facilities.

The city’s John Lennon airport is only 30 minutes south of the centre in the suburb of Speke, by the side of the Mersey, accessed easily via the A561.

HERTZ LIVERPOOL LOCATIONS

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Liverpool Airport

Address:John Lennon Airport,
Terminal Building

Phone:+44 (0) 843 309 3042**

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0700-2300, Sa-Su 0800-2300.

Vauxhall Road

Address:141 Vauxhall Road

Phone:+44 (0) 843 309 3043**

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed

Liverpool Lime Railway Station

Address:141 Vauxhall Road

Phone:+44 (0) 151 227 2222

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1730, Sa 0900-1200, Su closed