Daily Car Hire Rates in Hull
*daily rates in Hull based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Hull Car Hire - Did You Know?
- Hull is properly called Kingston upon Hull, it’s only called Hull for ease
- Edward I gave it the name in 1299 and since then it’s thrived on fishing, military supplies and on being a market town as well as being a centre for big industries in the golden days
- Since 1992 it’s had its own telephone system, separate from BT, owned and run by the city’s authorities
- Despite being heavily bombed in the Second World War, it retains a majestic old town and several historic attractions
- ‘The Deep’ is the city’s uniquely styled aquarium located partly underwater
Nearest Petrol Stations to Hull
See the nearest petrol stations to Hull below, we recommend you plan head before you return the car to Hull to avoid any Refueling fees.
Hull Mini Guide
What can you Tell me About Hull?
Hull developed from Roman times but really took off in the early 14th century with its renaming by Edward I. Always a centre of local industry it grew with the expansion of the empire but suffered in the post war industrial decline. Taking the lead, it regenerated itself in the eighties and nineties to thrive once more based on communication industries and tourism but has suffered a further blow from the current recession.
How Easy is it to get to Kingston upon Hull?
Humberside has its own international airport eleven miles from Hull but it has a limited number of international flights, most of which are seasonal holiday flights. Thirty miles away in Doncaster, Robin Hood Airport has a wider range of destinations.
What is There to see and do in Hull?
The city centre holds some fabulous architectural gems with Flemish inspired architecture, narrow cobbled streets and imposing buildings constructed with money from its trading days. The so called Museum Quarter is near the renovated dockside and has a transport museum, another dedicated to the reformer William Wilberforce, who lived in the city and was its MP and a Hull trawler on which you can take guided tours.
Latest Update from Hull:
- If you’re in the city in the second week of October you can visit Hull Fair, the biggest of its kind with a heritage dating back 700 years. Tens of thousands of people visit it each year.
- Visit the Yorkshire Ales building on the 2nd of March and you and your family can enjoy making your own chocolate Easter eggs under the watchful eye of master chocolatier Amelia Scholey.