Car Hire Cambridge
Visit Cambridge with a VroomVroomVroom car hire - the easiest and fastest way to book a car!
There are 8 locations you can choose from, so it will be convenient for you no matter where you are staying. Most renters in Cambridge rent economy cars making it easier to drive around the city. There are many attractions and tourist destinations you can visit with your car hire. Don't forget to check our Attractions tab for ideas where to start.
Booking a car hire with VroomVroomVroom is easy and fast. Our suppliers like Alamo, Europcar, Budget, Avis, Enterprise and Thrifty will respond based on your travel details. The comparison will be arranged from cheapest to the most expensive.
VroomVroomVroom brings you cheap car hire in Cambridge. Our fast and easy booking system takes the stress out of car rental and allows you to enjoy your trip much quicker.
Top Attractions in Cambridge:
With easy to find car hire depots from VroomVroomVroom, you will be relaxed and ready to take in one of Englands most picutresque towns.
Abington Pottery Centre and Craft Shop is located at 26 High Street, Little Abingdon, Cambridge. The establishment features several stoneware potteries, art cards, glass arts, mats and other work of arts by several East Anglian potters.
Bridge of Sighs is a bridge that crosses the river and connects the two sides of St. John's College. The facility is known for being Queen Victoria's favorite in Cambridge, as she liked looking at the boats that pass underneath it. The sights around the bridge are indeed charming.
Cambridge Corn Exchange is located in Wheeler Street, Cambridge, England. It is a public facility that serves as one of the most popular theatres within the city as well as being the largest. The venue hosts stand-up comedy, art shows, dance, theatre shows, touring events, plays, music and Christmas pantomime.
Cambridge Market is busy and constantly full of life. It is located within the Market Square of Cambridge near the University Church. The market is a great place to buy just about anything i.e., fresh fruits and vegetables, souvenirs, fashion items, ethnic food etcetera.
Cambridge University Botanic Garden is a famous 40-acre wide garden within the proximity of the University of Cambridge's centre. The garden serves as home to over 10,000 plants. It is a great place to visit for some leisure walking and family fun with regular events, young explorer packs to hire and a new Garden Cafe with outdoor terrace.
The Fitzwilliam Museum is one of Britain's earliest public museums. The original building was designed by George Basevi, and opened in 1848.
The present collections contain: Western European paintings ranging from the 14th Century to the present day; Egyptian, Western Asiatic, Greek and Roman antiquities; and the applied arts of Western Europe and Asia including sculpture, ceramics, furniture, coins and medals. There are also illuminated musical and literary manuscripts and rare private books. The whole collection now forms one of the most important provincial museums in the country.
Walks and Guided Tours of Cambridge, the University and the Colleges is the best way to see Cambridge. Choose from an array of daily public tours of Cambridge, a chilling ghost tour, a private group tour of Cambridge, or guide yourself around with a podcast tour.
Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences allows you to take a walk through time, from the very earliest fossils to the age of the dinosaurs, explore the marine world of 200 million years ago, discover what the Earth is made of and how it works and so much more!
Kettles Yard is one of Britain's finest galleries. A beautiful and unique house with a clearly distinctive collection of 20th century art, and a gallery exhibiting contemporary and modern art.
Cambridge Chauffeur Punts offer you a wonderful tour in a punt or you can simply hire your own. A punt is a flat-bottomed boat which does not have a keel, and is propelled by means of a long pole.
Parking is not an issue for your hire car, just don't forget your camera!
Cambridge is a city and university town within the County of Cambridgeshire, England. It is located 50 miles northeast of London within the East Anglia. Its history dates beyond the Roman era in England. The city is famous for its amiable surroundings, the University of Cambridge and for being home to thousands of students every year.
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