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Hull is rising in popularity. A poll run by The Guardian and Observer newspapers in 2003 showed Hull in the top twenty most popular tourist locations in the UK. Moreover, it beat cities like Cambridge, Liverpool and nearby rival Leeds. With attractions such as The Deep, a ‘walk-through’ glass-tunnelled aquarium, and the city’s harbour, marina and museums, the outlook is good.

Certainly, there are many interesting places and sights to experience both in and around Hull. The city of York, and its Minster, is only 40 miles away and even Manchester is less than 100 miles westwards, with car hire in Hull readily available. The Humberside Airport, still in its relative infancy, offers both domestic and international flights and London can be reached within three hours by rail.

In a largely agricultural area and with maintained working farms and mills also an attraction, Hull offers a wide range of museums. These include the Kingston upon Hull Exhibition Centre, the Town Docks Museum and the Hull Maritime Museum. Budget car rental will also enable you to conveniently visit Fort Paull, a must-see for many visitors to the region.

History and heritage always close by, the city has numerous renowned public buildings and spacious shopping streets. Hull’s Old Town, dating back about 800 years, has traditional narrow, cobbled lanes and quays. Here, you will find 18th and 19th century architecture and also the Holy Trinity Church, built an amazing 700 years ago.

Hull also offers an extensive variety of park facilities with many activities to choose from, all easily reached via cheap car hire in Hull. The cleanliness and safety in all of Hull’s 136 parks, including playgrounds and playing fields, is the responsibility of The Urban Park Rangers Service, who also maintain the local bird and animal sanctuaries.