Dundee in Scotland is situated in the Eastern Central Lowlands on the Firth of Tay. The city has two football teams, Dundee United and Dundee F.C. and is famous the world over for the fruit cake and thick-cut marmalade that bear its name. Dundee is home to a university and is also a busy port. Michelin, Aviva and Asda are just some of the large business concerns operating from the city. Dundee offers visitors a range of attractions. Robert Falcon Scott’s ship, RRS Discovery, was built in the area and is currently on display. Those with an interest in history can visit Mains Castle or Dudhope, or take a look at the Dundee High School, built in the Gothic Revival style. In contrast, the Morgan Academy, built in 1863, is in the Dutch Gothic style. Opportunities for shopping are plentiful, with the usual high street big names mixed in among smaller independent stores and boutiques. Dundee hosts a film festival each November and the town has two multiplex cinemas. Enterprise Rent-A-Car is located half a mile from the city’s railway station on the A92 Carnoustie to Arbroath Road and is easily accessible by public transport. Alternatively, Enterprise can arrange to collect you.
Enterprise offers numerous options for car and van hire and is the premier vehicle rental business in the area. Enterprise’s fleet comprises only the latest models from market leaders, all regularly maintained to the manufacturer’s specification. Irrespective of whether you are looking for a car offering fuel economy or something a little more prestigious, Enterprise will have a deal for you. The best packages can be found online, so book early to save money and avoid disappointment.
Whatever domestic removal job you are engaged with, Enterprise has a van to suit your purpose. Perhaps you are picking up furniture or some other items you have just purchased; assess your needs and take a look at the range on offer, which starts with small commercial vehicles, suitable for smaller jobs, and moves up through larger commercial vans to Ford Luton Transits. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Hiring a car in Dundee enables the traveller to explore this picturesque area of Scotland. Why not book a prestige car to drive your family through the nearby Angus Glens or drive out to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. If your need for a hire car is more practical, Enterprise offers small, economical cars, ideal for getting around locally. If you are planning a trip to the Highlands, a 4x4 will provide you with the confidence and power you need to take even the most challenging route in your stride.
The A90, part of which forms the Dundee bypass, connects to the M90 and Perth in the west, and Forfar and Aberdeen in the north. The A930 connects the city to the coastal towns of Carnoustie and Monifieth, and the A92 provides access to the Tay Road Bridge. Dundee is served by an inner ring road (A991) and drivers should accept that this will be busier at peak times. The city has two railway stations, Tay Bridge and Broughty Ferry Station, and it is well served by buses from the Seagate Bus Station. Dundee offers parking 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Charging hours are 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday to Saturday and 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Sundays, and there are over 5,000 spaces available.