Cheapest car hire in Warrington
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*daily rates in Warrington based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.
Useful things to know about Warrington
- Is a large town that lies in the shadows of it neighbouring cities of Liverpool and Manchester
- Has a national dialling code of 01925
- Is twinned with Náchod in the Czech Republic and Hilden, Rhineland in Germany
- BBC Political broadcaster, Nick Robins lives in Warrington
Warrington Mini Guide
Tell me more about Warrington
The large town of Warrington is located in the north of England and the County of Lancashire. It was built along the banks of the River Mersey. Despite being a new town it has a population of more than 80,000 people. This number more than doubles when you consider the wider Borough of Warrington. Any of these areas are easily accessible with car hire Warrington. Book now for low cost deals.
History of Warrington
Warrington has great historical significance having been founded by the Romans and further established by the Saxons. The Warrington began to expand due to the local town market. It grew further during the middle ages and then the Industrial Revolution when the production and exports textiles made its economy strong. At that time in railway connected Manchester and Liverpool along the Cheshire line route. There was also a ship Canal which ran east to west and connected with Manchester. Today you can use car hire Warrington to get around on the M62, M56 and M6 motorways which connect Warrington to other parts of the country.
Famous People of Warrington
People who are born or are residing in Warrington are known as Warringtonians. There are some attractive buildings in Warrington including the town Hall and what is now the Cottage Restaurant on Church Street which once housed Oliver Cromwell.
Latest Update from Warrington:
- At Dakota Park on the 8th June you and your family can enjoy loads of good old-fashioned fun at the Chapelford Summer Fun Day. It's free and takes place from 11 in the morning until 4 pm