Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital city and seat of the Scottish Parliament, has so much to offer the visitor, both in the city itself and within easy travelling distance. If you want to avoid a long drive to Edinburgh, travel by train and pick up a car from Enterprise Rent-A-Car – they have highly competitive deals on all types of vehicles.
When you hire a car at Enterprise, we're committed to giving you the vehicle you need with the service you expect at great value rates. Our hire car fleet is made up of modern and well-equipped manual and automatic transmission vehicles, so you can drive away with confidence. We're also proud to offer electric car rental, so you can do your bit for the planet without having to compromise on convenience. And, of course, our vehicles are always thoroughly cleaned, inside and out. Book with Enterprise today and enjoy excellent value on your ideal rental car.
A Wide Range of Car Rental Options
Hiring a car is all about making life easier, so why not customise your rental with our range of options? You can choose child and booster seats to keep little travellers safe, or feel like a local all the time by adding a sat nav to your car hire booking.
Are you looking for one-way car hire? Enterprise Rent-A-Car has exactly what you are looking for! You can choose from a wide range of vehicles which include economy, SUVs and people carriers.
This great service provided is great if you are planning a road trip across the city or even country or even when moving house and you want to save yourself time and stress. Book today with Enterprise!
Things to do In and Around Edinburgh City Centre
Edinburgh is an ancient city, so there's plenty to explore, especially on the 'Royal Mile' between the Castle and Holyrood Palace. Of course, in your rental car, you can explore further – why not make the 50-minute trip to The Helix ecopark and see the enormous Kelpies horse sculptures? You can even book a visit to see inside!
Driving Information in Edinburgh City Centre
Edinburgh is a very bicycle-friendly city, so be aware of cyclists. There are no toll roads in Scotland. Drive slowly in wooded areas since there could be wild animals on the road. Some country roads are too narrow for two vehicles, so anticipate oncoming traffic on bends and use safe passing places.