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Key facts for hiring a car in Liverpool

  • Car hire locations

    Most suppliers can be found at the airport, which is a half an hour drive from the city.

  • Best time to visit

    Liverpool International Music Festival (LIMF) usually takes place in July, and is an exciting part of the city’s annual schedule.

  • Not to be missed

    The Beatles Story

  • Useful knowledge

    The Mersey Tunnels are toll bridges.

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Hire a car in Liverpool

Liverpool has worked hard to get its name on the map, and you won’t regret a visit.

After winning European Capital of Culture in 2008, and gaining hefty investments like The Paradise Street Project, the city has gone from strength to strength. It continues to grow and develop, and today Liverpool is a friendly and eccentric city to get familiar with.

Car rental in Liverpool – the numbers

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Frequently asked questions

Q. What is the most popular rental length in Liverpool?
A. Five to six days.

Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Liverpool?
A. August.

Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Liverpool?
A. Green Motion is the cheapest car rental brand in Liverpool, offering cars from just £6 per day.

*Based on easyCar real booking data.

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Exploring Liverpool

Get to know the city

Learn about the history of the city by taking a free walking tour. Many of these operate throughout Europe, and simply work on a ‘tip what you think’ basis. So, this can be a great, wallet-friendly way to learn about Liverpool.

Few cities can rival the music scene in Liverpool. Historically, and to this day, the city has a reputation for its raw, homegrown talent. From pizza accompanied by live music, to acoustic warehouse performances and offbeat clubs, this art form is something to explore in Liverpool.

The Albert Docks houses sophisticated bars and trendy restaurants within the largest collection of Grade I listed buildings in the country. Overlooking the waterfront, this industrial-chic location is ideal for sipping cocktails in the evening sun, or visiting John Lennon’s piano at The Beatles Story.

Some of the finest golf courses in the world are not far from the city. England’s Golf Coast provides a natural sanctuary where you can reflect on the city buzz and enjoy a game or two on expertly manicured lawns.

The Grand National is held at Aintree every year; an ideal excuse to buy a new hat and take part in a British tradition.

Liverpool insights

Local landmark
Liverpool is home to the fifth largest Anglican cathedral in the world, and the largest in Europe.

Football city
The city’s two teams Liverpool FC and Everton have global success. Because of this, the people of Liverpool are football lovers.

Impressive waterfront
Probably the best way to see Liverpool’s UNESCO World Heritage waterfront is from the deck of a Mersey Ferry. Climb aboard and get some sea air. This historic route has been used since the 12th century.

Liverpool Philharmonic
The UK’s only dedicated concert hall for an orchestra, this grade II listed building puts on a range of music events and is known for its great acoustics.

Home to the oldest Chinese community in Europe, this area has an impressive, elaborate paifang (arch) and loads of great food and shops.

World museum
An extensive collection of historic artefacts, from dinosaurs to Ancient Egypt and space.

The ultimate Liverpool road trip

  • Liverpool John Lennon Airport LPL

    Named after the world-famous Liverpudlian musician.

  • Car hire pick up point

    The desks are found inside the arrivals hall.

  • Lancaster – 90km

    The imposing hilltop castle, which once served as a prison, is worth a visit.

  • Lake District – 61km

    Region filled with lakes and mountains, known for its beauty. Perfect for road trips and camping.

  • Carlisle  – 70km

    One of the most northern cities in England, its location near to the border holds historical importance.

  • Dumfries  – 58km

    cross over the border into Scotland to a market town surrounded by castles.

Outside of the city

A drive away

Blackpool is one big, exciting party town. Rollercoasters, air shows, illuminations, kite festivals, fireworks. You name it, Blackpool will probably have it. This is where to go if you want to have fun.

Another football-famous city with loads to offer. Check out the impressive library, selection of museums and galleries and another strong music scene.

Famous for its racecourse and zoo, wandering the Roman walls bordering Chester is a unique way to see the city.

New Brighton
With 19th century architecture as well as traditional British arcades and bandstands, you can get a glimpse of how happy Victorian families would holiday here.

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Places to park

Liverpool parking

As with any city, the price of parking can vary considerably. Here are some good bets if you don’t want to pay through the roof but need to park up for a while.

Nevin Street, L6 1EP
Free for 2 hours

Fort Knox, L3 6BS
£3 day

Secure Parking Liverpool Central, L1 4AT
£8 per day

Bransby Wilson Parking Solutions Ltd, L3 1AA
£13 for 2 days

Car hire locations near Liverpool

A day trip from Liverpool to Chester