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About Nova Car Hire
Nova Car Hire is a leading online car hire broker that has been delivering great value to its customers since 1997. Let us know where and when you want to rent a car, using our straightforward quotation system, and we will give you a great rate on a quality vehicle at any of 26,000 locations across the globe.
We have forged relationships with more than 500 reputable car hire providers, from big-name suppliers like Thrifty and Sixt to smaller, respected, local operators. Using the leverage of a customer base of 1.5 million, we can secure exceptional volume discounts and pass them onto you for your choice of car hire location. We pride ourselves on the ease of use of our streamlined quotation and booking system, but if you have any queries or if you want to get a quote over the phone, simply contact us.
About Car Hire at Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport is just 13 km east of Birmingham City and is readily accessible via the M42 motorway. The car rental desks are located in the Millennium Link Building, which is within easy reach of Terminals 1 and 2. Refer to your Nova Car Hire booking confirmation document to see the opening hours and precise location of the car rental company you have booked with. A staff member will direct you to your rental car in the Long Stay Car Park 1 via a courtesy bus. Full collection and drop-off details are contained in your car hire booking confirmation document. Now, you are free to start your car hire adventures!
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About Car Hire in Birmingham
Britain's second largest city, Birmingham is a bustling West Midlands city where you can browse fascinating art galleries, cruise down the canals, or sample some of the famous Indian cuisine. The industrial revolution was kind to Birmingham, producing untold wealth that inspired an explosion in Georgian and Victorian architecture, which blends beautifuly with modern masterpieces to create a vibrant, exciting city.
Birmingham's Top 10 Attractions
- Aston Hall, a Jacobean mansion and park
- Back to Backs, a National Trust museum of 19th-century terraced housing
- Sarehole Mill, the reputed inspiration for the Lord of the Rings' Hobbiton
- The Balti Triangle, for spicy Indian food
- The Bullring shopping district
- Cadbury World
- Thinktank science museum
- Alton Towers
- Soho House
- Victoria Square
Image: Birmingham panorama by Iozsad