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Edinburgh North CAR RENTAL

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26 Dunedin Street, EH7 4JG Edinburgh

GDS-Code: EDI

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24 HRS RETURN
MO - FR:

08:00 - 17:00

SA - SU:

08:00 - 16:00

Bank Holiday:

08:00 - 16:00

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Edinburgh city, the capital of Scotland is set in an idyllic world heritage site, offering oodles of historical sites dating back from the bronze age. With a population of almost 500,000 Edinburgh is the second largest city in Scotland and a top UK tourist hot spot with 1 million overseas visitors attending the Fringe independent performing arts and comedy festival in August alone, making the city well known as the European cultural hub for performing arts venues. The city is also infamous for its authors including Sir Arthur Conan Doyle- The author of Sherlock Holmes, Louis Stevenson,creator of treasure island and the strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, and in more recent years JK Rowling, the author of Harry Potter, wrote her first book in an Edinburgh coffee shop.

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Explore Edinburgh with your rental car

The city is divided into two parts known as new town and old town. Old Town has preserved much of its medieval buildings including Edinburgh Castle which holds the annual Edinburgh Military Tattoo with massed pipers and fireworks during the festival season. There are many places of interest including St. Gile's Cathedral and the Royal Museum of Scotland, during the 16th century old town saw a tendency of 'high rise style stone buildings' which give Edinburgh a unique skyline. During the industrial revolution many underground vaults were inhabited by immigrants, today you can take tours to see the underground city. New Town built in the 18th Century holds a very Georgian feel, which was created by James Craig, a 22 year old who won a competition to design expansion of the city. New town holds many interesting sights including the National Gallery of Scotland, and the Scottish Academy building.

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What to see in Edinburgh

Top 5 things to do in Edinburgh:

  • Visit Edinburgh Castle
  • Walk up Arthurs seat (the tallest hill in Edinburgh with the nicest view)
  • If you are visiting in August, see a few performances at the Fringe Festival
  • Take a guided tour of the underground vaults in old town
  • Enjoy the traditional local delicacies Shortbread and Haggis

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Patrick T.

The experience of organising the rental was painless although I extended the period of rental but have not received an updated confirmation.

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