Swindon was originally a small market town, where people went to barter trade until the middle of the 19th century. Transport became a major theme in Swindon with the 1840 inauguration of the Great Western Railway, and a new town sprang up around the traditional old town. Visitors who rent a car in Swindon will find the old town charming and interesting to walk around. Swindon is also great for shopping, with a fully pedestrianised town centre and the Swindon Designer Outlet with free parking if you spend over £100 or use the creche. When driving outside of the town, visit Lydiard Park on the A3102 close to the M4 motorway. There's also Coate Water Park to the south-east of Swindon, about 10 or 15 minutes from the town centre. The Swindon Enterprise branch is located north-west of the centre, near the Cheyney Manor Industrial Estate.
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Book a van to meet your needs at Enterprise. The range comprises vans for small moving jobs, medium-sized vans and larger vehicles for big moves. Enterprise also has extra-large vans for the biggest of projects. The Enterprise van hire is for business and private customers. Most of all, the modern van fleet is well maintained and presented, clean and tidy inside and out. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Whether you need a hire car for a short solo business trip or a longer family holiday, Enterprise has the model for you. From mini and compact cars to economy cars and standard cars, the fleet matches every need and budget. For added luxury, try a premium car, or for special days out and fun in the sun, hire a coupe or convertible! Enterprise cars are suitable for four or five people but people carriers and SUVs are ideal for families and groups.
Outside of the town centre, Swindon is a far-reaching town, with large industrial and residential areas. However, it's easy to get into and out of the town, thanks to the M4 to the south (junctions 15 and 16) and the A449 to the east. Swindon has a train station not far from Swindon College, and a bus station a short distance to the south of the train station. There's plenty of parking in Swindon, with several large public car parks, such as Commercial Road Car Park.