Hire Luxury Cars in Manchester
Explore the Capital of The North
Why not rent a luxury car in Manchester and explore the vibrant and growing city known as 'The Capital of the North' and is viewed by many as England's second city. Aside from being home to a world-famous football club Manchester United, Manchester is also credited with being the world’s first industrialized city. The history of Manchester is bound up in the story of the 19th century industrial revolution and, in particular, the textile industry. Today, Manchester is a cosmopolitan and exciting city with a number of museums, cultural places and shopping experiences as well as being on the edge of the beautiful Lancashire countryside.
What To See and Do In Manchester
Manchester’s football culture is widely known but its museums, cultural venues and art galleries such as the Manchester Art Gallery, the Museum of Science and Industry, Whitworth Art gallery and the Manchester Opera House ensures it meets the tastes of every visitor. Manchester is home to a number of high-class shops and restaurants that attract many wealthy visitors to the city. The Avenue' is a recently-opened luxury designer shopping destination, located in the Spinningfields district. If you want to buy jewelry, designer goods or top-quality handbags, it is currently the most popular place to shop whilst The Trafford Centre, also boasts many high-end shops.
Museum of Science and Industry – Exploring the role of science, innovation and industry and its contribution to sustaining modern society. Imperial War Museum North – Telling the stories of individual servicemen and women and how war shapes society including special World War One commemoration exhibits. National Football Museum – The world's biggest football museum explores the history of the sport and some of its most iconic moments whilst Football Plus+ enables visitors to test their skills. Manchester Museum - Dinosaurs, mummies and live animals are all housed here as part of the museum’s collection from the natural world and cultures from all four corners of the earth.
Old Trafford – You can take a stadium tour and see behind the scenes of one of the world’s greatest and most iconic football teams Manchester United. People’s History Museum – Documenting the lives of the working classes including the struggle for democracy. Granada Studios – Take a tour of the renowned television studios and enjoy a walk along arguably the world’s most famous street, Coronation Street.
Restaurants and Shopping
Why not spend a day shopping in luxury by hiring a supercar? Choose from a fleet of prestigious top-of-the-range models, such as Mercedes-Benz, Range Rover and Audi and Ferrari. Alternatively, you could hire a professional chauffeur to drive you around. VIPs, top executives and discerning clientele regularly use this service to travel around Manchester, as this makes it significantly easier to see all this incredible city has to offer.
Manchester Airport is connected to Manchester by rail and road. Once in the city and should you decide to leave your vehicle at your hotel, Manchester's Metrolink tram system has been developed to deliver fast and easy travel, connecting all its major railway stations and tourist attractions. If you travel into the city by road, the ring road connects all its motorways and finding your way into the centre is remarkably straightforward.
Having access to your hire car, however, will enable you to take trips further afield and we’ve highlighted a few of our favourites here. Intu Trafford Centre - Situated just five miles outside Manchester city centre is the intu Trafford Centre where visitors can find more than 200 shops in this ornate shopping mall. There are also some 60 restaurants, cafes and bars as well as a 20-screen cinema, sea life centre and Legoland discovery centre. Harrogate - An hour-and-a-half away is the historic Yorkshire city of Harrogate. A beautiful cathedral, a Spa town, a World Heritage Site and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty all within a few short miles of each other, Harrogate has it all. Blackpool – The popular seaside town, its ‘kiss me quick’ personality won’t disappoint and if you happen to have teenagers along, they will enjoy a day at the Pleasure Beach which includes ‘The Big One’, formerly known as Pepsi Max, at 235 feet high is the UK’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster.
Grasmere – Almost two hours’ drive and you are in the heart of Cumbria’s beautiful Lake District where Grasmere, the region’s most popular village, is located. Poet William Wordsworth moved here in 1799 and the old village school where he taught is now the famous Sarah Nelson’s Gingerbread Shop.
Popular Luxury Car Hire Manchester
We have a great selection of Supercar rentals in Manchester including brands such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati, Porsche, Aston Martin and Bugatti. For luxury saloon car rentals in Manchester choose from brands like Mercedes, BMW, Audi and Range Rover.