Rent a car in Wolverhampton

Located in the county of West Midlands, in England, Wolverhampton is one of the most interesting cities all over the United Kingdom. This wonderful city is among the 20 most populated ones of the whole country. Since the last few decades, the economic development of the city in the industrial sector, Wolverhampton has become one of the best places in the UK for startups and small businesses.

Would you like to visit Wolverhampton and know all this city has in store for you? Pepecar offers a low-cost rental car comparator to find the vehicle that best meets your needs. Take advantage of this opportunity and enjoy Wolverhampton, as well as the rest of the United Kingdom.

 

DISCOVER THE HISTORY OF WOLVERHAMPTON

Known for being the city where Mercians and West Saxons had the decisive battle against the Danish, Wolverhampton is said to be founded in the 7th century. After a terrific war in the 10th century, a monastery was built, a place which started to develop the prestige of the city. In the famous Domesday Book, Wolverhampton is mentioned as one truly important location with even more important people living in there. In the 12th century, the city became an important market.

Between the 14th and 16th centuries, the beautiful city of Wolverhampton began a process of transformation to become one of the most important wood, textile, and iron and steel industries. In the 19th century, this incredible city was visited by Queen Victoria, which meant an increase of the richness of the city. In the 20th century, Wolverhampton was involved in several processes of restoration due to both WWs. Today, the city has become, as we said at the beginning, one of the most important places to start a new business or startup.

The rental car site of Pepecar is the best option if you want to discover another important aspect of the history and culture of Wolverhampton. In fact, your will have the privilege to enjoy the most emblematic locations all over the city to uncover all the stories hidden in this astonishing place. Bantock House Museum and Park, which is one of the most visited and biggest treasures of the city, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, a place to enjoy all kinds of cultural activities in, Royal Air Force Museum Cosford, a wonderful location to discover the history of the city and the aviation, the St. Peter’s Collegiate Church, an important religious building, and Moseley Old Hall, a house worth paying a visit.

HOW TO ACCESS WOLVERHAMPTON

From all options chosen by travelers to get to the wonderful city of Wolverhampton, from Pepecar we recommend reserving a vehicle to be picked up in the rental car area of Birmingham Airport, Manchester Airport, and East Midlands Airport. Once you land at any of these locations you will be able to take advantage of all our web has in store for you.

    icon

    From Birmingham Airport:

    • The distance is about 40 kilometers.
    • Take the road M6 with or without toll.
    • The trip will take you up to 45 minutes.
    icon

    From East Midlands Airport:

    • The distance to be covered is nearly 85 kilometers.
    • Taking the roads A42, M42, and M6 you’ll be at your destination in about 57 minutes.
    • If you prefer going through the A42, the trip will be of 59 minutes.
    icon

    From Manchester Airport:

    • The distance is approximately 110 kilometers.
    • Go through the road M6.
    • In less than 30 minutes you will be at Wolverhampton.

    RENTAL CAR ROUTES FROM WOLVERHAMPTON

    There is absolutely nothing better than having the opportunity to visit as many locations as possible during your holidays to ensure that the experience lived to be even more enjoyable. Therefore, in Pepecar we suggest several British destinations that can be accessed with a car hire.

    BIRMINGHAM

    For sure, Birmingham is one of the big cities all over the United Kingdom. Proof of this is the fact that you can visit places as the City Hall, St. Martin Church, St. Philips Cathedral, Birmingham Library, and Selfridges Building. Take the road M6 for 30 kilometers and 30 minutes to enjoy the great Birmingham at your fullest.

    COVENTRY

    Another great option in case you decide to explore other areas of the country. In fact, Coventry, though not really known outside of the country, you will have thousands of activities to do here, as for example, Coventry Castle, Lunt Fortress, Police Museum, and Saint Michael Cathedral. To get to the city, drive for 55 kilometers along the road M6 and the trip won’t take you more than 50 minutes.

    LEICESTER

    This last locality is perfect for those who want to enjoy one of the most important natural spaces all over England. In Leicester, you have the opportunity to explore Leicester Abbey, Jewry Wall, Guildhall or Leicester Castle. With your car hire, take the road M6 and the road M69. In about 1 hour and 10 minutes, you will be at your destination.