With a population of just under half a million inhabitants and the seat of the Scottish Parliament, Edinburgh is a large and important city which is visited by around 4 million people in the course of a year. Well-known as the cultural capital of Scotland, the city centre hosts an annual performance arts festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, which has a worldwide pedigree. The city is also home to several famous tourist sites, including Edinburgh Castle, Holyrood Park and the Old Town which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Easy to reach from the English border via the A1 or A68, many visitors also arrive from the city of Glasgow in the west via the M8 motorway or from the north via the M90. Enterprise Rent-A-Car operate from central locations in the city which are within walking distance from Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station and Easter Road, the home of Hibernian Football Club. With so many thriving businesses, historic monuments and entertainment centres in the city centre, there are many reasons to visit whether they are for business or pleasure.
Not only is Enterprise ideally located for visitors to the city centre of Edinburgh, but Enterprise has some of the best value cars and vans to hire in the region. Enterprise offers value and budget options for both city cars and larger vans capable of shifting lots of equipment. You can achieve the best pricing by booking online and opting for the pay-now service.
With lots of modern and fuel-efficient vans for hire, there is no reason to search anywhere else. Ideal for commercial visitors and locals alike, Enterprise's vans include popular models by reliable manufacturers such as Renault and Vauxhall. Regular checks are made on the fleet to be able to offer exceptional levels of reliability. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
The Enterprise fleet also has SUVs which are perfect if you will be hitting the roads outside of the city, perhaps heading into the more rural areas of the Scottish lowlands. In addition to the 4x4s, consider MPVs which range from minis to nine-passenger vehicles. Alternatively, if you want a prestige car for greeting business visitors from the airport, then an appropriate model of car is available, too. All customers are catered for from the extensive range of hire vehicles.
The central Enterprise branch is conveniently located just off the main route between Calton Hill and Leith. The other lies a stone's throw from the city's major railway station. The A1 can be accessed in moments from either location. Visitors making their way to Murrayfield stadium should depart the city centre westwards on the A8. Herriot-Watt University has a campus on the south-west of the city that is best accessed from the city centre via Calder Road.