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Middlesbrough is the heart of England's northeastern region. Its town prides itself with historical architecture together with breathtaking open spaces that are worth exploring with the help of cheap car hire in Middlesbrough.

Roseberry Topping offers an ideal place for views overlooking the surrounding countryside and the town. Also recognised as the Miniature Matterhorn, it has a tower where visitors can view spectacular sights across Teesside, Cleveland Hills, and the North Sea. The same hilltop also boasts a history as a beacon station during the Napoleonic Wars and the Spanish Armada.

From the town centre, visitors can reach Marton for the Birthplace Museum of Captain Cook. The museum showcases the famed 18th century explorer's life and voyages. There is also the Dorman Museum that offers a more modern ambiance for its visitors. Visiting the Middlesbrough Town Hall gives visitors a glimpse of Victorian architecture. Historically important, it was inaugurated in 1989 by King Edward VII.

Albert Park offers a vast place to enjoy family fun while being surrounded by spectacular attractions. Shopping needs are fulfilled by the stores of the North Ormesby Market and those found along Linthorpe Road. Middlesbrough also prides itself for its cafes and restaurants serving a variety of culinary options. The city is also famous for its varied nightlife that can suit any taste.

Middlesbrough makes an ideal base for exploring Humberside, Yorkshire, and Northumbria with the help of budget car rental. Travellers can book cheap car hire in Middlesbrough so they can also visit the surrounding countryside and coastal spots. The Tees Valley is one notable place to visit for its wildlife, woodlands, and meadows. North York Moors should also be seen for its breathtaking landscapes, sandstone towns, and farmlands.