With the convenience and dependability of a vehicle from Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Nottingham is ready and waiting for your visit. Get down to some serious shopping at the Victoria Centre or explore the boutiques in the Georgian arcade at Flying Horse Walk. Make the short drive west to the National Industrial Museum, then come right up to date at the National Videogame Centre. Fans of steam trains will be in heaven at the Great Central Railway Nottingham, reached in a few minutes with your Enterprise car, while you can exercise your cares away at Planet Bounce Indoor Trampoline Park! The city centre boasts a fine range of restaurants and cafés for a relaxing meal or snack, especially in the Upper Parliament Street area. The Enterprise branch in Nottingham city centre is conveniently located in Daleside Road, just off the A612 on the eastern edge of the central shopping area. It's within walking distance of Nottingham station, and can be reached using the handy Nottingham Express Transit (NET) tram network.
Enterprise offer outstanding car and van hire deals to suit any requirements. Whether you need a small car for city driving or want a cost-effective solution for a larger-scale commercial job, the superb Enterprise fleet is ready and waiting for you. Great value is standard, but you can save money with prepaid rental and make your money go even further.
Whether you need a van by the day, week or month, there's a model in the Enterprise line-up to match any need. Large jobs become a breeze with larger vans, including ultra-capacious Luton-bodied models. Medium-sized vans are the ultimate in mixing practicality with easy handling, while smaller vans, weighing as little as 885 kg, make for precise handling and easy parking. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Thanks to Enterprise's range of modern, reliable cars, there's sure to be one vehicle that hits the spot. If you need something with presence, consider an executive model. Alternatively, nip through the city centre streets with ease at the wheel of a compact supermini. If you're taking the kids into the countryside, a roomy people carrier could be perfect.
From the M1, the simplest way to central Nottingham is via the A52, then the A6200 to the north of the city centre or the A6005 to the south. The city council operates seven multi-storey and surface car parks in the city centre, mostly near the Lace Market area. From the south, the A60 crosses the River Trent to pass very close to the city's large main railway station.