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Grangemouth Car Rental
 
 

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  • Grangemouth

    Sixt rent a car
    Dalgrain Road
    FK3 8ET Grangemouth

    Mo. - Fr.08:00 - 17:30
    Sa.08:00 - 12:00

    Available vehicle categories: Cars & vehicles, 4x4 / SUV, Truck

Car rental in Grangemouth from Sixt

Car rental in Grangemouth with Sixt is quick, simple and offers excellent value. We know that when you rent a car in Grangemouth you are looking for a great deal from a leading company and our car hire services give you exactly that. Our fleet of rental cars is designed to cover every eventuality and includes SUV models, convertibles and even vans. For those clients who are looking for something special, we also offer luxury models and sports cars. We complement our impressive vehicle fleet with a full range of hire options to ensure that each of our clients can get exactly the package for car rental in Grangemouth that they are looking for. These options include features like unlimited mileage and cover for additional drivers, while features like LDW insurance provide extra protection and peace of mind. Because we take care of all the details, you can relax and enjoy your visit to Grangemouth and the surrounding area.

Rent a car in Grangemouth to explore the region

Grangemouth lies between Glasgow and Edinburgh on the Forth estuary. It is the site of one of the largest petrochemical facilities and oil refineries in the United Kingdom. It is ideally placed to explore all of the sights across Central Scotland and has good access to the motorway network. Grangemouth is close to the Falkirk Wheel, where visitors can enjoy a modern engineering marvel, providing an innovative approach to managing canal traffic, by lifting boats right out of the waterway. A short drive will take you to Stirling and some of the most important battle sites in the history of the United Kingdom, at Bannockburn and Stirling Bridge. Today, the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle recall those turbulent times. World famous golf courses like those of St. Andrews and Gleneagles are a pleasant drive away and all of the cultural attractions of Edinburgh are within an hour's journey. There are boating excursions to enjoy from nearby South Queensferry and history buffs can visit the ruins of the Antonine Wall, which once protected the Roman Empire from the local warlike tribes. Today the locals are entirely friendly and your visit is sure to be an enjoyable one.