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Arriving in Worcester by train? Alamo has a rental desk just a couple of minutes' walk from Worcester Foregate Street train station.
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The most popular car rental brands in Worcester are Europcar, Hertz, Alamo, Budget and Keddy.
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Hire a car in Worcester
A handsome cathedral and university city, Worchester is place that keenly unravels the past.
Built across the River Severn, the city boasts a wealth of historic landmarks and architectural gems, including Tudor houses, medieval cloisters and a remarkable Guildhall. The ever-growing Worcester is also famed for its porcelain but for those more interested in gazing at natural scenery rather than buildings, the nearby Malvern Hills are only a short drive away. Grab your rental today, and set out on your West Midlands road trip.
Sights to see
Nestled in the heart of England is the charming town of Worcester. Surrounded by fascinating and beautiful places to visit Worcester is a city rich in culture and history. Within the city of Worcester itself you will find much to occupy the curious tourist. Particularly interesting is Royal Worcester Porcelain's visitor centre where you can see the skilled craftsmen at work, or have a go yourself. And not to forget Worcester's magnificent Cathedral with its royal tombs, ancient crypt, medieval cloisters and Victorian stained glass.
Worcester: Discover more
Just outside of Worcester lies the rich expanse of the Malvern hills, glorious, natural open spaces to be enjoyed at your leisure. But Worcester's charms abound and there is still so much more to see. How about the country cottage museum of Elgar's birthplace featuring his writing desk and other family possessions? Or the magnificent, landscaped Croome Park, Capability Brown's first complete design. Or you could visit the romantic Witly Court, the spectacular ruins of a great country house destroyed by fire in 1937.