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There are 5 locations where you can hire a car in Nottingham, the most popular is Nottingham city centre
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Hire a car in Nottingham
Nottingham is home to legendary outlaws, and much more.
Best known for its medieval folklore about Robin Hood and his merry men, this East Midlands city is one of England's largest.
Nottingham has been steadily gaining momentum as a tourist destination, developing an array of new attractions. The “Queen of the Midlands” boasts a selection of highly regarded music venues, the title of UNESCO City of Literature, and a rich cultural heritage.
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Frequently asked questions
Q. What is the most popular rental length in Nottingham?
A. Six to seven days.
Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Nottingham?
Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Nottingham?
A. Hertz is the cheapest car rental brand in Nottingham, offering cars from just £8 per day.
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The ultimate Nottingham road trip
The closest airport to Nottingham is East Midlands Airport.
Leicester – 49km
Famous for its battlefields and being the burial place of King Richard III.
Royal Leamington Spa – 57km
Ranked one of the UK's happiest towns, it boasts Regency architecture and beautiful parks.
Warwick Castle – 5km
Originally built by William the Conqueror, it houses over 1000 years of history.
Stratford-upon-Avon – 14km
Medieval market town and the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Worcester – 40km
A city centred around its medieval cathedral, which houses royal tombs, a crypt and cloisters.
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Based around the Lace Market, Hockley and Pennyfoot Street areas, the Creative Quarter is thriving as Nottingham's cultural incubation core. It is a trendy hub for independent shops, street art, vintage clothing and artisanal treats. Littered with landmarks, this area has championed social innovation and city heritage.
The largest and undoubtedly the most famous forest in the East Midlands. Once a medieval royal hunting forest, legend has it that Robin Hood and his gang made the it their home and used one of the ancient oak trees as their hiding place. There is often events and festivals held within the forest.
From the fairytale-esque, to the industrial and the modern, Nottingham has a wealth of architectural gems to admire. Here are a few to discover: Wollaton Hall, an Elizabethan mansion with an intricate exterior; the Victorian lace warehouse known as the Adams Building; and the dark gothic style Watson Fothergill building.
The Old and New
In Nottingham, the newest ideas, places and things do not replace the old. Rather, they uphold one another, inspiring a distinct character. Nottingham is a city in which the historic highlights the contemporary and the modern uncovers the old.
Ye Olde Trip To Jerusalem
This 800-year-old inn is thought to be the oldest in England, and will make you feel like you've stepped back in time. The building appears to emerge from the sandstone rock face it is attached to and is famous for its caverns.
National Videogame Arcade
A gamer's dream, this experimental institution is part arcade, part interactive museum. Opened in 2015, there is nothing else like in the in UK. Promoting the cultural and economic significance of games, the NVA educates and entertains.