Norwich is often called the UK's best-preserved medieval city and today it combines modern and historic elements. This makes it the perfect place to hire a car and discover the city and surrounding Norfolk countryside. The city centre is easy to get around on foot and you can walk along the lovely river. Take in the cultural aspects of Norwich, such as the Norwich Arts Centre and the Theatre Royal. If you drive outside of Norwich in your hire car, the beautiful Norfolk Broads to the east of the city are well worth a visit and are less than 10 miles away. Why not take a drive to the seaside at Great Yarmouth, which is only about 22 miles away via the A47? The Norwich Enterprise branch is on the northern part of the ring road (A1042) at The Boundary Junction on Mile Cross Lane. Therefore, it's easy to find without needing to enter the city centre itself.
You can book online and pick up a great deal on car and van hire. You'll save money on prepaid rental from Enterprise and can choose from comprehensive car and van fleets. Enterprise has only modern, well-maintained and clean vehicles, and provides excellent customer service. Therefore, book with Enterprise and travel safely and in style.
You can hire a van from the Enterprise branch in Norwich to suit a wide variety of purposes. The small, medium, large and extra-large vans cater for personal and business customers. Additional features such as a tail lift can make the job easier. Finally, the up-to-date van fleet is well-maintained and clean and tidy for you to drive. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Whether you're going on a solo jaunt or a family holiday, Enterprise has such a wide choice in cars that you really won't ever be disappointed. From mini and compact economy cars to middle-of-the-range cars and also premium vehicles, the fleet will meet your needs and your budget. Enterprise even has coupes and convertibles for stylish travel, as well as SUVs and people carriers for groups and families. Find out more on comprehensive cars page.
Norwich has outer and inner ring roads, making driving around the town and accessing the town centre pretty straightforward. The A47 connects Norwich to the M1 to the west, which is handy for travelling around the country. As well as having an international airport with a car park and a station with a car park, Norwich has plenty of parking in the town centre, e.g. the NCP Car Park on St Stephens Street.