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Save Huge When You Book a Top Car Hire in  Oldham

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There's nothing Old about VroomVroomVroom's cheap rental car in Oldham.  Located in the North West, between Manchester and the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, there's more to Oldham than you think. In fact, our suppliers in Oldham only offer brand new to a year old car hires. Planning a trip can be hectic. Good thing with VroomVroomVroom, booking a car hire is much easier.

With vibrant cultural events and unique traditions like the Whit Friday Brass Band contests. Countryside escapes in the Peak District National Park and Oldham's country parks. Activities from outdoor pursuits to shopping in boutique shops and high street stores. Inspiring attractions like Gallery Oldham, Oldham Coliseum Theatre, historic canals and roman forts. 

What more could you possibly want? 

Three easy steps to book a car rental with us

1. On our search box, enter your travel details.

2. Our comparison will show you all available car hires from our suppliers, with their discounted rates.

3. Once you have selected a vehicle, please click on book now to finalize the reservation.

And you're done! In just a few minutes, you can remove booking a car hire from your to do list and plan other things to make your holiday more exciting and fun!

Still have questions? All car rental inquiries will be answered by our well trained and knowledgeable customer care experts. Contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

Top Attractions Within Oldham City

Oldham City is a charming town in Greater Manchester, with a total of 103.544 residents, according to the 2001 census. Oldham was part of Lancashire and rose as a settlement in the 19th century as the international center of textile manufacture. Oldham was the town where the Industrial Revolution first took place. At a certain point, Oldham produced more cotton than France and Germany. Currently, the town is residential and an important center for education and arts. The features that distinguish Oldham from other cities is the architectural skyline: tourists can see even today the cotton mills and the other buildings associated with the Industrial Revolution. Oldham provides generous accommodation: luxury hotels, affordable motel rooms and old fashioned cottages or B&Bs. The venues here are also varied: restaurants, take-aways, coffee shops and pubs.

Oldham Town Hall is a wonderful Georgian neo-classical town hall built in 1841. Unfortunately it is not available for visitors, because the building is in a very bad condition: the roof is about to fall, the inside is rotting. Plans have been made to restore it, but no course of action has been taken so far. Still, it is one of the most beautiful landmarks in Oldham.

Oldham War Memorial was erected as a memorial to the men who were killed in the First World War. The monument is made of a granite base and on top, there is a bronze sculpture depicting five soldiers making their way through the trenches and it embodies the fighting spirit of the army.

Oldham Civic Center houses the local government. It is a wonderfully build structure, with 15 storeys of white brick. The most impressive structure is the tower which stands over 200feet high. The Civic Center can be seen from any place in town.

Oldham is a wonderful city, with plenty of attractions to see: buildings and parks, a well designed network of public transportation and is bound to make an impression during your visit here. Do not hesitate to spend here a weekend or a short holiday.