Car Rental Manchester Airport

Starting from
30 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018 at Manchester Airport
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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment feesWhen the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Manchester Airport

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Opening hours

Mo-Su 0630-2400
Address
Ringway Road, M22 5XN, , Car Rental Village - Premier Parking

Telephone: +44 (0) 843 309 3047**

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Once you touch down at Manchester Airport, our priority is getting you out on the open road - that's why we're open 6:30am until midnight every day of the week.

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Hertz in Manchester Airport

Perched close to the Pennine hills, Manchester is one of northern England’s most exciting and fascinating cities. It plays host to world-class sport, an always vibrant music scene and has brilliant neighborhoods to explore, such as the thriving Northern Quarter.

Manchester Airport itself is just nine miles from Manchester city center and within easy reach of the M56, M60 and M6, making it a convenient pick-up location for visitors to the north of England.

You’ll find our pick-up branch at Car Rental Village, quickly reached by hopping on one of the airport’s free shuttle buses, which depart from outside each of the three international terminals.

Before you set off on your travels, head to our website and select your vehicle preference online. No matter which car you choose, your rental will be ready and waiting for you when you land.

There are no hidden extras to pay and our pick-up location teams will be delighted to answer any questions you may have.

Driving in and around Manchester

Manchester

Manchester Airport lies at the heart of an extensive freeway network, providing quick and easy access to the major cities of the north of England. First stop, Manchester. You can get to the city center in 30 minutes – simply drive out of Car Rental Village, follow the Ringway Road to the M56 and head north.

The national speed limit on freeways and divided highways (or ‘dual carriageways’) is 70 mph. Within towns and cities, this usually drops to 30mph, with clear signage to make you aware if the rules are different. Across the UK you’ll be driving on the left hand side of the road, overtaking on the right.

Driving around Greater Manchester is easily done with the help of the M60 circular road. You’ll find many of the city’s main attractions along this route. Old Trafford stadium - a must-see for football fans - is just 20 minutes’ drive from Manchester Airport via the M60, while the Etihad Stadium - home of Manchester City F.C. - is equally close if you take the A5103 northbound.

From football to fashion, take a trip to the mall and browse the stores at the Trafford Centre. Just 20 minutes from the airport, off junction 9 on the M60, this is shopping heaven. You’ll find department stores, boutiques and restaurants galore – and with free parking, you’ve got even more reason to spend.

The M62 runs across the width of the country, bringing a variety of lively towns and cities within easy reach. The M62 eastbound links Manchester with Leeds, a boom town with superb restaurants and areas of natural beauty. In the opposite direction, the M62 westbound delivers you to Liverpool in less than one hour – home of rock ‘n’ roll legends, The Beatles.

A quick guide to Manchester

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Manchester is the pride of the north, famous for its Premier League soccer clubs, extensive shopping and ‘Madchester’ musical heritage. Located in the north-west of England, the city offers everything from green parks to museums, quirky shopping to street performers, cricket to cuisine. Dive in…

From cotton to modern

In the 18th century, Manchester was the cotton capital of the world. The civic legacy of this powerful period has blessed the city with a rich array of museums, galleries, theatres and sporting stadia.

The city center has been transformed over the last 20 years, paving the way for a stylish, 21st century landscape. As a result, Manchester and nearby Salford Quays - also known as Media City – are now home to some of Britain’s most exciting modern architecture.

Highlights include the Imperial War Museum, Bridgewater Hall - where you can listen to Manchester's magnificent Hallé Orchestra - and Urbis, a stunning glass exhibition center which glistens in the sun.

Musical heritage

The birthplace of chart-topping bands including Oasis, The Smiths and Take That, Manchester is a legendary location for British music. While the local gig scene inevitably changes over time, the energy and passion stays strong. From small concerts to big shows, you can catch some of the world’s biggest artists at the Manchester Evening News Arena (M.E.N).

Dance fans around the world know about the Warehouse Project - one of Britain’s best clubbing venues. Tickets for DJ sets and concerts cost around £30 each, and regularly sell out weeks before the event. If you’re unlucky, don’t worry – there’s also something going on somewhere in Manchester.

A city united by sport

Manchester is a city with a passion for soccer – and for good reason. A recent study claims the sport brings in £330 million a year to the local economy.

Home to two of Britain’s most successful clubs, this is the best place to get to grips with the game. Whether you support Man United or City, the atmosphere is always electric on match day.

It’s not all about football though, with one of England’s most accomplished cricket teams – Lancashire County Cricket Club - based next to Manchester United. The club plays matches at Emirates Old Trafford, where you can also catch major international tests during the season.

Hit the north

Manchester is well-connected, with plenty of opportunities for road trips across the north-west of England. Explore the Roman town of Chester, packed with boutique shops, and stumble upon olde worlde reminders around every corner.

For a breath of fresh air, pack up the car and take a trip to the UNESCO Lake District National Park with its scenery that inspired Wordsworth. This is the UK’s most popular national park, and you’ll soon discover why.

Whether you’re cheering on your team in one of the city’s packed stadia or driving into the idyllic, northern countryside, hiring a car at Manchester Airport is the convenient way to explore this wonderful part of the British Isles.