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Car hire in Wrexham

Car hire in Wrexham

The city of Wrexham in north Wales is the largest in the area and is a major draw for visitors to the region. Wrexham is located close to the Welsh mountains, the lower Dee Valley and the border with England England. The nearest airports to Wrexham are Hawarden (CEG) and Liverpool John Lennon Airport LPL / EGGP.

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Where to pick up my car

One of the advantages of Wrexham car rental is there are many vehicle hire offices within a short distance of the main train station, Wrexham Central. For those arriving by air, then of course there are also several car hire companies based at the nearby airports.

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Where to go

After collecting a car hire car, there is plenty to explore in Wrexham and the surrounding areas. The city blends Welsh and English culture, with evidence of Bronze Age and Roman settlements. In more modern times, Wrexham has played a key part in the industrial age with the developing of the coal industry.

Nearby Wrexham

Within driving distance of Wrexham is the historic city of [Chester] - famous for its Roman fortress, Chester is also the setting of popular television soap opera Hollyoaks. It is just a 25-minute journey along the A483, making it perfect for a day trip.

Longer drives

For those who are enjoy longer drivers, then the city of [Liverpool] is close by. About an hour away along the M53, this famous north-west city is home to numerous galleries, theatres and museums. Liverpool also has a vibrant nightlife, with some of the world's most infamous nightclubs.  

Eating and drinking

Wrexham has plenty of options for eating and drinking. There are plenty of traditional pubs that are perfect for a cosy drink, while many of the key chain eateries have branches in the city. Whatever cuisine you are looking for you are sure to find it in Wrexham.

Things to do

Wrexham is home to UNESCO World Heritage site in the form of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal. Measuring 18 kilometeres, the civil engineering feat was completed in the 19th century during the Industrial Revolution. It was designed by Thomas Telford and wasseen as innovative - leading to the system of building aqueducts was copied across the world.


The Welsh city is home to one of the largest medieval parish churches in the country - St Giles' Church. Grade-1 listed, the building is regarded as one of the seven wonders of [Wales] It is open daily and has regular services making it easy for visitors to glimpse inside this wonderful church.


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