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Car hire in Leicester

The largest city in the East Midlands, Leicester is a cosmopolitan metropolis and a favourite destination among nature lovers, history buffs and city dwellers alike. The M1 motorway skirts the city, making it easy to discover the centre and the rest of Leicestershire by self-drive, and most big international car rental companies have depots here. Compare cheap car hire in Leicester with us today to snatch the best deals.

Why to visit

Leicestershire has always been known for its fantastic outdoor activities, and Leicester is the best place to use as a base. It is one of the country’s oldest cities and, along with its great historic sites, it is also an upbeat and vibrant modern hangout. The locals are extremely friendly and, as the population is extremely diverse, it is a comfortable place for anyone wishing to do a self-drive tour.

Transport

East Midlands Airport is the main gateway to the entire region and is only a 30-minutes drive away. While most people get around by bus or bicycle, the most comfortable way to explore beyond the city centre and parks is with car rental in Leicester. This way, tourists will be able to enjoy the Art Deco buildings in Loughborough, take in the views from Burrough Hill or feast on pork pies and Stilton cheese in Melton Mowbray.

What to see and do

By arranging Leicester car hire, visitors can easily make the trip east to Rutland Water. This reservoir is a popular spot for fishing, canoeing, sailing and picnicking. Driving one hour north into the countryside will lead tourists to the famous royal hunting ground Sherwood Forest, while heading northwest will take them to the impressive Peak District National Park. Those searching for an entertaining night out will find Birmingham is just 25 miles west of the city centre.