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Famous for being the birthplace of many renowned musicians, Liverpool is a great city of culture, sports and history and one of Britain’s most visited cities. Found on the eastern banks of the River Mersey, this lively hub, which can easily be explored by self-drive, is a hot spot for night owls, shopoholics and sports fans. There are numerous well-known international car hire companies here, so be sure to compare cheap car hire in Liverpool with us today to grab the best deals online.

Why to visit

Liverpool is Merseyside’s only big city and its waterfront area has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Along with its long history, the city has a great cultural heritage - being home to the likes of 'The Beatles' and many other bands - and boasts Europe’s largest Chinatown. Its location makes it a great base for those who want to tour around the rest of the county, with self-drive being the most comfortable way to do this.


Liverpool John Lennon Airport is located 20 minutes south of the city centre, while Manchester Airport, less than an hours’ drive away, is also often used. The city is not one of the country’s largest and can easily be explored on foot or by public transport, but Liverpool car hire is essential for touring outside of the centre. A vehicle will enable you to visit the nearby city of Manchester or the costal tourist town of Southport.

What to see and do

With car rental in Liverpool, visitors can easily cross the river to the town of Birkenhead and visit its famous park, which makes for a fantastic afternoon outing. Continuing south for 12 miles will take you to the picturesque Roman city of Chester, where ancient ruins and lovely parks can be enjoyed. A drive northeast will lead you to the old northern city of Preston, while driving east for around 45 minutes will take you to the buzzing metropolis Manchester.