Car hire in Bury
Car hire in Bury
A town in Greater Manchester, Bury is located just 40 minutes from the centre of the city via the A56. Next to the River Irwell, Bury offers great nature walks and views, as well as all the modern elements you could want. With fantastic history and a location close to a number of great UK cities, hiring a car will help you see the most of Bury.
What I need to know
You'll find a few different car hire companies in and around Bury, giving you plenty of choice when it comes to price and car type. You can make it easier to find the best deal by comparing car hire in Bury through our site. Not only do we show you the total price, we also provide you with free cancellation and 24/7 customer service.
Where to pick up my car
Each of the car hire companies in Bury has their own location, so you need to factor in location as well as price. We make it easier to see where you can pick your car up as our site gives you a map view of Bury, which shows all the locations. This will allow you to pick the most convenient location.
“The pick-up was easy, it took 5 minutes from arriving at the desk to driving out the car, and the return took even less time.”
Where to go
You don't need to go far to find a great activity or day out in Bury, but hiring a car allows you to get around much easier so you can fit more into your trip. Take a walk and enjoy a picnic at Clarence Park or learn about art in a stunning location by visiting the Bury Art Museum.
If you want to enjoy a lot of shopping options and see what one of the best cities in the north has to offer, you should drive into Manchester. Although the city centre can be busy at peak times, you'll find a couple of great shopping centres, fantastic restaurants and brilliant attractions close by.
Eating and drinking
Bury is famous for its black pudding, but there is definitely more to food and drink than this. Being so close to the city means that Bury has a great mix of cuisines and restaurant types on offer, from pub grub to fine dining. It is also home to some great traditional pubs.
Things to do
You can't really visit Bury without spending some time at its famous market, where you'll find everything you could possibly think of. To escape the hustle and bustle of the main town, explore the Irwell Sculpture Trail, which features a great range of interesting sculptures over 33 miles through Bury, Salford and Rossendale.
Bury's Fusilier Museum is an incredibly interesting day out that features fantastic exhibits, as well as a beautiful building. Here you'll find collections from the XX Lancashire Fusiliers and the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, spanning 300 years of history.
You can also enjoy a nice relaxed walk along the Manchester Bolton and Bury Canal, which offers stunning views.
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