Car Rental at Norwich International Airport
This information is correct as of July 2015.
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Where to rent a car at Norwich International Airport
There are at least four car rental companies operating in Norwich International Airport in England. These firms include major Avis, Europcar, and Hertz, and local Direct Van Hire. The car rental desks are located in the main concourse. Bookings upon arrival are not possible as of the moment, so you are advised to arrange for your needs before the time of arrival. The bookings with these companies can be done through online means, or directly through the phone lines and trunk lines of the service providers.
What to expect when renting a car from Norwich International Airport
Norwich International Airport is mainly accessible through the Amsterdam Way, Delft Way, Fifers Lane, and the A140/Holt Road. These roads are the airport's main connections to the nearby city centres and other destinations. The A11 links the airport to the southwest, A47 Gt Yarmouth to the east, A47 Kings Lynn to the west, and A140 Cromer to the northeast.
If you require having some rest upon you arrival, you can drive towards some of the hotels near the airport. These include the Holiday Inn Norwich and premier Inn – Norwich Airport along Delft Way. There are also a few food shops near the airport, including The Oaks Restaurant and McDonald's, and a number of retail stores including Tesco (along Fifers Lne) and Norse Commercial Services along the same area. Moreover, should the rental vehicle require fuel ups, a nearby First Service Station can be accessed along the A140.
Driving around Norwich International Airport
The nearest city from the Norwich International Airport is Norwich, located some 3.8 miles from the airport. Norwich can be reached through the A140 towards the A47, all the way to Whitefriars and the central business district. Mostly, traffic in the area are between light to moderate situations, sans certain sections that experience heavy traffic between 9:00 in the morning until before lunch. Norwich is near the River Wensum in England, and is the regional administrative centre and county town of Norfolk. Within Norwich, l commercial facilities, including shops, restaurants, markets, parking spaces can be accessed; along with attractions including Madder Theatre, Norwich Castle, Felbrigg Hall, and others. Parking in Norwich includes surface car parks and multi-storey car parks, as well as on-street parking – all with corresponding fees. There are also six Park & Ride car parks within the city, served by six colour-coded lines 601-606.
Getting to your destination
An international and iconic city that birthed one of the strongest nations of today, London is a must visit upon arrival to Norwich International Airport.
London can be reached via the A11 and the M11. Several constructions sites are along the way, and traffic is to be expected when approaching and entering the main business district. Toll roads are also in place on this route. The journey should take at least two hours and 40 minutes, including traffic travel times.
A famed university city home to some of the most beautiful historical architecture and art of our time, Cambridge is a great stop-over and day tour destination before mainly heading out to London.
Cambridge can be reached via the A11 passing by Thetford and New Market. No tolls are in place here, although traffic will bite at you especially during the rush hours upon arrival to the city. The journey should take one hour and 39 minutes and would cover 66.3 miles.
A scenic cathedral city and a unitary authority area of England, Peterborough is known for its River Nene.
Peterborough can be reached via the A47, passing by King's Lynn. The journey should cover at least 78 miles and one hour and 51 minutes.