Most first time holiday makers to Scotland will land into the capital city of Edinburgh. In order to receive a quote:
Type in Edinburgh , Scotland ( all areas) [GB]
Car hire Edinburgh train stations?
Can I rent a car from Edinburgh railway stations? Yes.
There are two main stations in the capital and they are Edinburgh Waverley and Edinburgh Haymarket.
Waverley is the end of the line and is located adjacent to Princess Street and Edinburgh Castle.
Haymarket is the stop before Waverley and is closer to Edinburgh Airport with the shuttle bus stopping outside the station.
Drivers can book and collect their rental vehicles from both stations.
Arnold Clark Car and Van Rental 20B-20D Seafield Road East Car Hire Edinburgh East Edinburgh ,(EH6 Scotland,UK Opening time Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 18:00 Saturday from 08:00 to 17:00 Sunday 09:00 to 17:00
One way hire from Edinburgh Airport to Edinburgh City?
You can book a one way from the airport to the city for a one way fee which is added to your booking. Some travellers may arrive by plane and leave by bus or train to another part of Scotland and prefer to leave the vehicle in the city centre rather than returning the vehicle back to the airport.
There are a number of branches throughout including the train stations to drop the car off .
Alamo Car Rental Edinburgh West , Car Hire Edinburgh City, 396 Calder Road, Sighthill, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK Opening time Monday to Friday from 08:00 to 18:00 Saturday 08:00 to 13:00 Sunday Closed
Can I rent an 8 seater passenger type?
One of the Scottish suppliers can rent an 8 seater Mercedes Vito vehicle from Edinburgh and most of the Scottish towns such as Perth and Stirling and Dundee.
This is ideal for anyone arranging a golf outing. As the large vehicle can normally fit the golf clubs and luggage for 4 people.
Depending on the luggage size.
Sixt Car Hire Edinburgh Edinburgh Jubilee Road, car hire Edinburgh city centre, 31 Abbeyhill Chatham Honda Edinburgh, EH8 8EL Scotland UK opening times are:
While you are in Edinburgh. Visitors can take the chance to walk along Princess Street admiring the shops or stopping for a bite to eat in Rose Street. They may wish to climb the steep hill of the Royal Mile to tour the castle.
During the month of August the capital comes alive with the Fringe and Edinburgh Tattoo.