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Budget Car Hire Birmingham

Car hire Birmingham

Need a fast, reliable car hire service in Birmingham? Rent with Budget, we provide quality hire cars and a friendly service at a great value price.

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Where to find us

Birmingham Downtown

17 Horsefair
B1 1DB

Tel: 03445449748

Opening hours

08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
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Budget Rent A Car Birmingham Downtown

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Explore Birmingham with Budget

Car hire in and around Birmingham

Birmingham is located in the West Midlands and is the county's most populous city, outside London. During the medieval period Birmingham was a medium-sized market town.

During the Industrial Revolution the town was at the forefront of developments in technology and science and today is often described as being the second city in the UK.

Theaters in Birmingham

Birmingham is home to major cultural institutions, such as the Birmingham Royal Ballet, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

The Hippodrome, which sells more tickets than any other theatre in the UK, has recently been renovated and the 2,000-seat venue regularly stages touring musicals, the Welsh National Opera and the Birmingham Royal Ballet.

Other theatres include the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, the Edwardian Alexandra Theatre and the Public Theatre, which hosts a range of plays from local amateur dramatics to touring shows.

Art galleries and museums in Birmingham

The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery is housed in a Victorian building and features the largest collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings in the world. The gallery also has extensive ceramic, sculpture and silver collections.

The Ikon is a stylish art gallery that displays contemporary artwork and is renowned for its progressive and individualist exhibitions.

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts has a stunning collection of old masters and modern classics; its gallery houses works by Degas, Magritte, Gainsborough, Monet and Rubens.

The centre of Birmingham is not the only attraction, however; the outskirts also have plenty to offer and with car hire cheap, easy and convenient, you are free to explore.

Sporting events in Birmingham

The city of Birmingham is not only the birthplace of the Balti; it is also home to three Michelin-starred restaurants. The wide choice and quality of the city’s restaurants reflects the diversity of its population.

Birmingham hosts a range of international sporting events, including cricket, tennis, golf, rugby and speedway. Explore all that the city of Birmingham has to offer with cheap car hire from Budget.

Stratford-upon-Avon – Shakespeare country

Not too far away from Birmingham, Shakespeare country is easily within reach, with car rental cheap, easy and convenient to arrange. Cheap car rentals offer the excitement of the open road and the ability to tour at your leisure.

Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Company, as well as the church where Shakespeare is buried and the house in which he lived.

The area also has numerous small villages and towns that retain much of their historic charm.

Alcester Heritage Trail

Along Alcester's Heritage Trail, visitors will discover historic buildings, traditional independent shops, tearooms and pubs, as well as the Roman museum, which traces Alcester’s links to that period.

Shipston-on-Stour was once a busy sheep market town and today its traditional coaching inns, elegant Georgian buildings, shops, tearooms and 15th century church give it a distinctive character.

The Cotswolds

The Cotswolds are within easy reach and are one of the most beautiful areas of the country. Famous for rolling hillsides and sleepy villages, the region is also renowned for its honey-coloured limestone buildings, which uniquely defines the many small villages and towns.

Walking is relaxing and a great way to see more of the area; typical walks take visitors around market towns and villages, along the banks of rivers and through woods.

Sudeley Castle has some of the best gardens in England the centerpiece of which is the Queen’s Garden where hundreds of varieties of roses bloom. The Herbal Healing garden, which was opened as recently as 2010 is also worth a look.

Cotswold Water Park

The Cotswolds are home to many parks, including the Cotswold Water Park, which has 150 lakes and is set in 40 square miles of countryside. Visitors can take part in a range of water sports, such as canoeing, diving, swimming, waterskiing, wakeboarding, windsurfing and sailing.

Whether you are an experienced water sports enthusiast or a novice, the park has activities for all levels of skills and experience. Each lake offers various activities, with fully qualified instructors and excellent onshore facilities.