The historic city of Liverpool opens up with a quality rental car or van from Enterprise Rent-A-Car. The River Mersey is the lifeblood of the city, and a trip on the famous Mersey Ferry is a must. Shop till you drop at the fabulous Liverpool One shopping centre or browse the specialist shops in Bold Street, then take in a big-name show at one of Liverpool's theatres or head for the Chinese Quarter for a tasty treat. With the flexibility your Enterprise vehicle provides, you can explore the beautiful countryside of the Wirral Peninsula, or head a few miles north to the elegant Victorian seaside resort of Southport. Back in town, don't miss the twin Roman Catholic and Anglican cathedrals, situated at either end of Hope Street.
Enterprise's Liverpool city centre branch is handily located in the Queens Dock Business Centre on Norfolk Street; this is close to the main A562 from the east of the city and a brief walk along St James Street from the retail district. If driving, consider travelling early when the roads are often clearer.
Value for money is part of the deal at Enterprise, with everything set up to make rental quick and easy for you. There's a full online booking service, allowing you to choose the perfect vehicle and know it will be ready and waiting. With Enterprise's fuel-efficient vehicles, you won't need to make too many trips to fill up, either.
With flexible rental periods and a huge selection of models and body styles, there's an Enterprise van to work hard for you. Lighter tasks will be quick and easy with a small van – some weigh less than one tonne – while large and Luton styles are ideal for more substantial requirements. For a great all-rounder, consider a medium-sized van. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
You can relax with Enterprise, safe in the knowledge that there will always be a great selection of modern, reliable cars to take you around Liverpool. For families, versatile SUVs can accommodate adults and kids in comfort. With a larger group? Then hire a spacious people carrier. With other options covering compact, medium-sized and executive models, the choice is yours.
The M62 reaches the eastern edge of Liverpool, and from there the A5080 heads for the city centre. The city has an excellent public transport network overseen by Merseytravel, centring on Lime Street Station. There are two tunnels under the River Mersey, with Queensway in the centre and Kingsway to the north; both charge a toll. Car parking in Liverpool is extensive, notably at the 24-hour Waterfront car park on Monarchs Way near the Mersey.