Juxtaposing the beautiful Cardiff Castle, the capital of Wales has a gleaming waterfront, Cardiff Bay, that doubles down on Cardiff’s status as a city worthy of your time.
Start a road trip through Wales with car hire in Cardiff on Turo. It’s up to you to decide whether a spacious 4X4 is the best way to navigate the South Wales countryside and the Brecon Beacons National Park or if you have something stylish and suave in mind.
Book a car on Turo and choose from a wide selection of vehicles from local Cardiff hosts with easy-to-understand prices and all the cover you need included.
When you book a car on Turo, you’re choosing a car from a local Cardiff host, helping them power a small business. It also means you can find a vehicle in a location that works for you, whether you’re flying into Cardiff airport or arriving in the city centre by train.
Find a car that matches your adventure, from fuss-free runarounds to glitzy sports cars or a supercool EV. You’ll find plenty of options on Turo, and your rate always includes third-party liability insurance and mileage.
Sometimes, all you need is a reliable set of wheels to get you from A to B. When looking for the basics, you’ll find well-priced options on Turo that might cost less than you expect.
Try car sharing in Cardiff, Wales
Hire a car in Cardiff on Turo to explore the city, routing past Cardiff Castle (or catching a game at the Millennium Stadium, if you’re lucky), then head out of the metropolis and into the rolling Welsh countryside. Spend a little time on the South Wales coast or the Gower Peninsula, or perhaps drive north from Cardiff until you reach Brecon Beacons National Park.Book the perfect car
If the ancient walls of Cardiff Castle could talk, they’d tell tales of Roman victories, Norman rule, and medieval banquets. They even sheltered Cardiff’s citizens in World War II.
Wild and windswept, the Brecon Beacons stand ready to enthral adventurers. But the lovely villages and market towns have cosy cafes to duck into for less outdoorsy types.
Take a 333-mile loop of South Wales starting in Cardiff and finishing in Chepstow. On your travels, you’ll see the Gower Peninsula, Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and Britain’s smallest city — St David’s.
The car was easy to find in Central London and communication with Kamal was great.
Amir was very helpful and I thoroughly recommend him for anyone looking to rent a car in London.
I want to express my gratitude and give a shout-out to my host, Abdulsamet Zorlu for providing me with an excellent car rental experience.
Superb guy, friendly, made the process so easy and not stressful like rental companies.
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Booked my first day trip with Turo today and had a wonderful experience driving Farhan's BM M4.
Andre was very professional and helpful from the beginning to the end of the rental.
Prompt response for pickup and dropoff, had a great time driving through London!
The level of customer service is simply incredible, we received an Easter gift pack with our booking and Hansel's communication really made our car rental process seamless.
James was very friendly and the car was great for a trip out of London.
Smooth car, excellent mileage which is especially useful with the gas prices in the UK.
Amazing experience, very polite, customer care is impressive, proper business ,everything was perfect.
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He was fantastic and next time I come to London he will be my go-to for car rental!
The car was a smooth ride and a perfect car for our day trip from London.
When the Six Nations rugby is on (or any other major event at the Millennium Stadium), look for road closures and be prepared for some lengthy delays.
Outside Cardiff, the Welsh roads can be pretty quiet. But just like every other city, Cardiff has a rush hour in the morning and late afternoon, so plan your trips around peak times to avoid getting caught up.
The main route in and out of Wales is on the M4 motorway, which runs from London to Wales and sits north of Cardiff. The charge to cross the Prince of Wales Bridge on the M4 from England to Wales was dropped in 2018, meaning motorists can travel over the River Severn for free.
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