Liverpool Car Hire

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  • Locals are called ‘Liverpudlians’ or more commonly, ‘Scousers’.
  • Perhaps most famous worldwide for football and The Beatles, Liverpool was also important historically as a shipyard and industrial powerhouse. It remains world-famous for culture and architecture – for example, in the UK only London has more national museums, art galleries, and listed buildings and parks than Liverpool.
  • Home to the Grand National (considered the UK’s toughest horse race) at Aintree, and local teams Liverpool FC and Everton FC, the city has long attracted sports fans from all corners of the globe.
  • In the 19th Century it was a major port of departure for English and Irish emigrants to America, and Liverpool was the port of registration for the RMS Titanic and SS Lusitania liners.
  • Several areas of the city centre were given World Heritage Site status in 2004, the city celebrated its 800th birthday in 2007, and in 2008 was named the European Capital of Culture.

Things to do in Liverpool


Liverpool city at night
Liverpool City


Liverpool is a port city on the Mersey River in north-west England, UK, with a population of almost half a million people (or 2.4 million in the greater metropolitan area). There really is a lot to see and do in the city and its surrounding area, so hiring an affordable car in Liverpool and hitting the road is an excellent idea.

A few fascinating facts about this fantastic city:

Things to do in Liverpool

As proud as Liverpudlians are of their contribution to football and music, they’ll also remind you that there’s much more to the city.

As you’d expect from a European City of Culture, cultural activities cater to all ages and tastes – from priceless art to pulsating nightclubs, and a wealth of food and shopping opportunities to mediaeval cathedral, you’ll struggle to squeeze it all in your itinerary.

With that in mind, here are some of the best things to do in Liverpool:

These are just a sample of what’s on offer in Liverpool. Honourable mentions should also go to Knowsley Safari Park, the Royal Philharmonic, Formby Point and Chester Zoo. Check your route and parking options, then start your engine for adventure!

Eating out in Liverpool

Liverpool has earned its place as a modern culinary hotspot – you’ll never be stuck for choice. There’s everything from fine dining to street food, global dishes and local fare.

Modern culinary hotspot

Here are a few Liverpool eateries where you can enjoy a world-class meal:

Car Hire at Liverpool John Lennon International Airport

Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of the oldest in the UK, founded in 1933. It’s seven miles (12 km) to the Southeast of the city centre, next to the River Mersey.

Car hire at Liverpool John Lennon Airport is provided by our partners Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, and Hertz, and in the city centre by Green Motion Car and Van Rental and Keddy by Europcar. Vehicles are typically available in one of the following categories: small cars, compact cars, medium/intermediate cars, large cars, estate cars, premium cars, people carriers, and SUVs.

Whether you’re heading to the Merseyside country or navigating LiverpoolOne on a retail therapy spree, there are plenty of vehicles and packages to choose from with Enjoy Car Hire.

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FAQs about car hire in Liverpool

Most frequently asked questions about hiring a car in Liverpool

Depending on your selected company and model, car rental costs in Liverpool vary as they do everywhere. As a general guide, a small to medium car can typically be rented for £11-20 per day at the time of writing, going all the way to over £100 per day for a large nine-seater minivan.
Economy car hire in Liverpool usually costs from around £11-12 per day for mini/compact cars like the Ford Focus or Toyota Aygo. If you’re splitting the cost of car hire with others in your group, an estate car like a Volvo V60 or Volkswagen Passat Variant costs £22-26 per day, which could mean a very reasonable price per person. Shop around for the best deals but car rental comparison websites like Enjoy Car Hire are your best bet.
The minimum age for renting a car in the UK is 21 years old, but this can vary by company so be sure to confirm. Furthermore, age limit restrictions can be stricter for vans, people carriers and luxury models.
Some car hire firms may apply additional charges for renting a car in Liverpool – for drivers between the ages of 21 and 25 for example, or for those who require some sort of adjusted package due to specific requirements. For example, excess-free packages are available from most major car hire companies. All Enjoy Car Hire partners are thoroughly reputable and rated, so should clarify any extra charges immediately. If no extra charges are obvious, but you’re still unsure and are wary of contractual small print, ask the customer representative to explain clearly, and take as much time as you need in order to make sure that you fully understand all parts of the rental agreement before you sign up.
Your ideal depends on your party size, schedule, and travel needs – if you’re travelling solo or as a couple, a small car like a Vauxhall Corsa can be ideal for city centre parking and buzzing around town. But if you plan to take a larger group off exploring the beautiful Merseyside countryside, perhaps a seven-seater vehicle like a Seat Alhambra is preferable.
Yes – most agreements permit additional drivers, as long as their license is valid and any additional daily fee is paid (in some instances there might not be an extra charge).
Third party liability insurance and collision damage waivers are included in almost all car hire packages in Liverpool, but always clarify this with your rental provider if you’re unsure. In the unlikely event you have a serious accident in the UK, please call 999 immediately for emergency services, or 111 for non-emergency medical situations.
You always drive on the left side of the road in Liverpool, as you do elsewhere in the UK.
Like any city, parking in the centre of town can be expensive at peak times. However, there are several car parks in the City Centre and Waterfront areas. The Liverpool roads roads can be congested (like anywhere), so plan your outings around peak times – avoid morning and evening rush-hour traffic and check local traffic news online.
Liverpool is not considered as one of the most expensive cities in the UK. During your trip to Liverpool you’ll spend approximately £113 per day.
Liverpool is a big city which makes renting a car to move around and explore the city a smart move if you value your time and convenience.
You can start by seeing the most popular parts of the city such as the Albert Dock, The Cavern, Blue Planet Aquarium and Sefton Park.
The best time to enjoy your trip is from the beginning of summer till October.
For the most inexpensive cars you’ll spend £85 for a week, or £12 per day.
Rates for an economy car at Liverpool for a month start at £595, or £19 per day.
The cost ranges between £1.19 and £1.02 for a litre of fuel in Liverpool.