Avis car hire in Edinburgh

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  • 1. Edinburgh Waverley Train Stn

    Address: 24 East London Street Edinburgh EH7 4BQ

    Phone: 08445446059

    Edinburgh Waverley Train Stn

  • 2. Edinburgh City

    Address: 24 East London Street Edinburgh EH7 4BQ

    Phone: 03445446059

    Edinburgh City

  • 3. Edinburgh Airport

    Address: Edinburgh Airport Car Rental Centre Edinburgh EH12 9DN

    Phone: 03445446004

    Edinburgh Airport

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Self drive car rental in Edinburgh

The capital of Scotland, Edinburgh is a truly exceptional city with world class festivals, grand architecture, ancient castles and palaces. It is unsurprisingly one of the most visited cities of UK. With history and culture aplenty, Edinburgh is best explored in your Avis car rental.

A city with a beating heart, Edinburgh has secrets to uncover at every inch of its structure. From world class festivals like Edinburgh International Book Festival attracting over 1000 authors to Edinburgh Fringe, the largest festival of arts in the world, the Scottish capital lives and breathes culture.

Your Avis car rental is not just the best way to see all the stellar attractions of this handsome city but also take in the Scottish countryside beyond it.

Exploring Edinburgh

Forming one of the most beautiful cityscapes you will ever see, the striking contrast of the Old Town and the Georgian New Town makes it seem as if Edinburgh is made up of two cities.

Edinburgh Castle is Scotland’s most remarkable landmark situated atop the Castle Rock, an extinct volcano. The major attractions include St Margaret's Chapel, The National War Memorial, the Half Moon Battery and Scotland's Crown Jewels.

You can follow the Scottish capital's intriguingly odious history in your Avis car, through the design, exhibition halls and great open spaces, while at the same time getting a charge out of the ongoing ascent in Scottish-character that has incited in the antiquated boulevards.

Edinburgh's most astounding pinnacle, Arthur’s Seat is a rough 822ft-high slope that commands the city, offering sees over the entirety of its quarters and out over the Firth of Forward with is lung blasting climb, but definitely worth the effort.

National Museum is a great place to scour Scotland’s history. This gigantic gallery melds an elegant Victorian structure, with a smooth present day sandstone expansion. It tells a significant number of Scotland's most charming stories, including setting for those with an enthusiasm for how Scotland got to where it is today.

Drive to the bustling Princes Street which is the New Town's principle lane. It stretches out for very nearly a mile and is fixed with beautiful greenery enclosures and rich shops, including the convention cognizant Jenners of Edinburgh, the world's most established free retail establishment. House of Frasers at the western end is additionally very great, while Princes Mall, with its little shops set among wellsprings and bistros, suggests more places to peruse. Just as these sanctuaries to industrialism, you'll discover eateries, from inexpensive food to specialty restaurants.

Beyond Edinburgh

With no shortage of stellar attractions within Edinburgh but in any case, should you need to perceive what lies outside the city limits, at that point your choices are abundant. With Edinburgh's focal location you may be amazed at what you can visit just a few hours away, from truly waterfront networks to famous Highlands.

With the freedom of your Avis car cross Scotland's most recent designing miracle, the Queensferry Crossing, which traverses the Firth of Forth and associates Edinburgh with Fife. Join the Fife Coastal Route for some crisp ocean air, and spread this exquisite territory of coastline as you weave through the pretty harbour towns of the East Neuk.

Edinburgh's energetic elder sibling Glasgow is only an hour's head out. Drive to Style Mile for its couturier stores and boutique peculiarities, or enjoy tea with a side of shortbread at the eminent Willow Tea Rooms.

Beyond Edinburgh also lies the Harry Potter famed Fort William; the Grampian hills; Glentress, near Peebles in the Scottish Borders; Loch Ness and the Highlands - saturated with riddle and excellence alike, Loch Ness is a standout amongst the most well-known day trips from Edinburgh.

Another fascinating excursion from Edinburgh is the Outer Hebrides into the desolate boulevards of Stornoway. A shocking 150 mile round trek takes in standing stones, lochs and white sand shorelines looking on to shining oceans.