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Sunderland is a city and metropolitan borough within the metropolitan county of Tyne and Wear in the North East England Region of England, United Kingdom. The areas of Hetton-le-Hole, Houghton-le-Spring, Sunderland and Washington form part of the metropolis of Sunderland.

It was formed around the year 1974 and flourished all the more since then. The city is famous for its Mackem accent, cultural heritage and economy. Its nightlife is also very vibrant and boasts a number of shopping centres.

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If you want to save some money while on your holiday or business trip, book with VroomVroomVroom. We offer the cheapest possible car hire rate in Sunderland, from the leading car rental companies in the city.

Book a car hire from Alamo, Enterprise, Europcar and Sixt. Our suppliers offer a wide ranger of vehicle fleet, so you can find the best car for you. Whether you are on a business trip and need a simple but stylish car, or with the whole family and will be renting out a van, you can be sure to find all on our comparison.

Renting a car with VroomVroomVroom is free and no registration needed. We like to keep the process simple and quick so you can spend your valuable time on other things about your travel. There are no cancellation charges as well for a car hire that won't be needed because of changes in your plans.

Compare and reserve a VroomVroomVroom car hire and expect the best Sunderland travel ahead of you! Contact us today if you have any queries and our skilled customer service team will be happy to help you.

Top Attractions within Sunderland

Monkwearmouth Station Museum showcases a large collection of historical items related to the history and development of transportation in the area primarily about steam locomotives that once dominated the railway tracks of Sunderland. The venue homes a number of artifacts and documents and houses a finely recreated Victorian railway station and booking hall. It is a charming venue in which to learn and enjoy.

Mowbray Park sits along Burdon Road in Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom. It is an award-winning 18th century Victorian public park. The park is famous for its beautiful landscape design, sculptures and recreated historical features i.e. its Victorian bandstand and gardens. The venue is a very relaxing place to enjoy nature with the whole family and or with friends amidst the city.

National Glass Centre is located at Liberty Way, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom. The venue boasts large collections of both art and industrial glass works. Its aim is to educate people about the history and science in glassmaking. 

Ryhope Engines Museum can be found within an 18th century and Grade II listed building that used to home the Ryhope Pumping Station that served the entire Sunderland. The museum features artifacts, machines and other historical items related to the industry that once flourished in the area. Visitors can learn a lot about the history of the Ryhope Pumping Station and be able to see how its machines work.

Souter Lighthouse lies along Coast Road, Whitburn, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, United Kingdom. It is an 18th century lighthouse and the first during its time to be empowered by electricity. It is open to public. Visitors can see the quarters of its keepers throughout time and the engine room.

The Bridges Shopping Centre has over 100 stores, plenty of parking and a number of cafes, bakeries and coffee shops. The centre is located in heart of Sunderland city centre easily accessible by car. 

Washington Old Hall is the ancestral home of George Washington the first president of the United States of America. It was originally built in the 12th Century although the house that remailns today dates mainly to the 17th Century. Here you can discover all about the link to George Washington, find about life at the Hall, stroll round the Jacobean garden and wildflower fruit orchard and visit the tea room.