Our Sixt car rental office in Cardiff is conveniently located for the city centre and Cardiff City Stadium. Cardiff has plenty of historic and tourist attractions and is surrounded by beautiful countryside and coastlines to explore. When you hire a car you have the freedom to set your own itinerary, whether you are on a business trip or taking a holiday in Wales.
Clicking on the right-hand tab shows where our car hire in Cardiff office is located in the town while the exact address and opening hours can be found on the branch menu. An online price comparison reveals how affordable a Sixt car rental in Cardiff is while our reservation system is quick and simple. Bookings can also be made through the reservation phone number or on the go with our mobile apps. Your chosen car hire in Cardiff category is guaranteed but unfortunately not a specific model. Whether you need your car hire for a few hours, a weekend or longer you can be sure of a warm welcome from our staff.
Our Cardiff Grangetown branch has a fleet of rental cars designed to suit every party size and budget. These range from compact models to minibuses, as well as versatile vans and trucks. Economy saloons and family-sized estates are ideal in the city while 4x4s are fun for exploring the Welsh countryside. Premium convertibles and sports cars are a luxurious way to cruise Cardiff's coastal roads. We also offer a self-drive wedding car service, the perfect addition to your special day. If you have business materials to transport or want a stress-free home or university removals then select from our range of vans and trucks. Our rental vehicle fleet is provided by trusted names such as BMW, Audi, Porsche and Mercedes-Benz and includes adapted vehicles for different mobility needs. For trouble-free driving in Wales choose from our attractive range of extras when you reserve your car rental in Cardiff. A Sat Nav directs you to your chosen destination without getting lost while your youngsters are kept safe in their child seats. Look out for our special student discounts and offers on additional drivers, extra insurance and unlimited mileage packages. We also welcome drivers under 25.
Our car hire in Cardiff branch can be found on Hadfield Road in the Grangetown area. It is just a five-minute taxi or bus journey from Cardiff Bay, Cardiff Central and Ninian Park train stations. If you are arriving by plane, regular shuttle buses take twenty minutes from Cardiff International Airport into the city centre.
Getting around Cardiff in your rental vehicle is straightforward even in the city centre with roads and destinations clearly signposted. Like in all major cities, peak hours are best avoided if possible.
Metered street parking is available across the city with charges applied seven days a week, including bank holidays. There are also several multistorey parking options and three Park and Ride services.
Cardiff city centre is a pleasure to explore on foot but taking a drive around the city first helps you get your bearings and locate the attractions you want to visit. One highlight is Cardiff Castle with its eclectic mix of architecture and interior design. It is always popular with children. Cardiff Millennium Stadium, home to the Welsh rugby team, is a must-see attraction for sports lovers. Take a tour to see what goes on behind the scenes. Cathays Park is considered to be one of the most beautiful civic centres in the world with its white Portland stone covering. The buildings, which include the National Museum of Wales, surround a tranquil park area. End your busy day in the city with a sunset stroll along the shores of Cardiff Bay with its cosmopolitan mix of restaurants and shops. A children's playground and the historic Norwegian church can also be found here.
Wales is reputed to have more castles per square mile than any other country in the world with three examples either in Cardiff itself or on its doorstep. We have already mentioned Cardiff Castle but try and fit in Castell Coch and St Fagans Castle as well. The first is just six miles North of the city while St Fagans is a short drive West. A fascinating Natural History Museum can be found here as well. Cardiff has a claim to fame in literary circles as the birthplace of Roald Dahl, the celebrated children's author. He was christened in the dockside Norwegian church. References to his life and works can be found across the city with regular exhibitions held in local museums.
If you like a day out that combines relaxing on beautiful sandy beaches with fun and adventure for the whole family, then the port and resort town of Barry is just a few minutes away. Take a trip on its heritage railway and then head to the amusement park on Barry Island.
To really get away from the hustle and bustle of resort town crowds head into the hills and valleys of the spectacular Brecon Beacons. For those who like adventure there are a wealth of activities, such as climbing, sailing and paragliding, to be enjoyed in this Welsh National Park.
Wales has a long and often turbulent history going back to Roman times. Explore this heritage with a day trip to Caerleon, taking in a tour of the well-preserved Roman amphitheatre and the Roman Legionary Museum. Both of these give visitors a real feel for how the Romans lived in Wales.
The roots of Cardiff's prosperity lay in coal, iron and steel leading to the building of the Merthyr Canal and the Taff Vale Railway. At its peak, the city's Tiger Bay area was once the busiest port in the world. Today, heavy industry has largely been replaced by finance and business services with companies such as Legal & General, Admiral Insurance, The AA and British Telecom all having large regional or national headquarters in Cardiff. Tourism also makes up a large proportion of the city's economy with one in five workers involved in this sector at some level. The Wales Millennium Centre is a large multipurpose venue for conferences, trade shows and performances.