Hire Luxury Cars In Birmingham
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As the second most populous city in Britain after London, Birmingham has plenty to offer the sophisticated traveller with its cultural attractions, superb high-street shopping, vibrant art scene, and world-class bars and restaurants. The city came to prominence during the Industrial Revolution and contributed significantly to the development of new technologies during the period. Today, Birmingham is a major cultural and economic hub and an excellent place for those looking for culture, museums, shopping and fine dining.
Of course, Birmingham is the home of the motorcar and its place in automotive history is well assured, Jaguar still has a production line here and Land Rover can be found on the outskirts – you’ll find a Range Rover Vogue as one of the luxury vehicles to rent on our site although prestige vehicles of all shapes and sizes from executive saloons to supercars are familiar sights on and around the city’s roads. If you want to rent a luxury car in Birmingham you can easily do this using our safe and secure online booking facility.
What To Do In Birmingham
There’s a strong possibility you’re in Birmingham, affectionately known as Brum, for a concert, sporting event, exhibition or conference likely to be taking place at its prestigious city centre venues like the National Indoor Arena and the International Convention Centre or at the National Exhibition Centre on its outskirts.
If that’s the case, build some extra time into your schedule to enjoy the city and travel further afield. Barber Institute of Fine Arts – The gallery at the Museum of Birmingham houses works from the greats such as Monet, Renoir, Rubens, Rossetti, Rodin, Botticelli, Turner, Gainsborough, Van Gogh and Picasso.
The Jewellery Quarter
Forming part of Birmingham’s ‘renaissance’, the Jewellery Quarter was renovated in the 1990s and is now a major tourist attraction incorporating factory tours, jewellery making businesses and shops with a heritage dating back to the 19th century. Several museums document Birmingham’s jewellery history, most notably the Museum of the Jewelry Quarter and the Pen Room. Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery – The city is home to a host of museums and collections owned by Birmingham City Council, including Aston Hall, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Blakesley Hall, Museum Collections Centre, Museum of the Jewellery Quarter, Sarehole Mill, Soho House, Thinktank and Weoley Castle. Electric Cinema – Enjoy a unique cinema experience at the UK’s oldest cinema which plays homage to its origins, even providing a waiter-service during movies which will appeal to those who love a bit of nostalgia.
National Sealife Centre – Young or old, the National Sea Life Centre, located at Brindleyplace, a cosmopolitan area on the edge of the water, is a must. Home to more than 1,000 sea creatures including seahorses, rays and even a giant turtle. The Nuvo bar - If you are looking for somewhere stylish to drink late into the night, you will find this contemporary bar at trendy Brindleyplace.
Getting Around Birmingham
To make the most out of a trip to Birmingham, you will need the right type of transportation; Birmingham is after all, the home of the motorcar. Hiring a prestige car such as a Mercedes, Range Rover, Ferrari, or Audi, means you will drive from A to B and any stop offs in between, in style. Head out of the city to the nearby countryside for some fresh air or increase your level of comfort by selecting a chauffeur driven vehicle.