High Wycombe is found within the larger town of Buckinghamshire and is populated by well over 120,000 residents. It was famous as an industrial region throughout the majority of the 19th century, particularly for its production of fine furniture and cabinetry. In these modern times, Wycombe has enjoyed a steady stream of retail development. The town is also quite picturesque and tranquil, areas such as the fields along the River Rye, are excellent spots for a picnic. A yearly festival known as the "Asian Mela" takes place upon these very same shores. Two large retail centres are located within the city and West Wycombe Park is one of the largest green areas within all of Buckinghamshire. Enterprise Rent-A-Car is located on London Road, not far from the junction between the M40 and the A4010 motorways. This location can also be reached by taking a bus from the Eden Shopping Centre. Those arriving from out of town may also use this service via the High Wycombe railway station (the only station in town).
Those arriving here for business or for pleasure will be pleased with the variety of vehicles currently offered by Enterprise. Not only are these safe and comfortable options, but rock-bottom prices continue to attract a growing number of customers. Prepaid rental units are extremely economical, while the ability to make a reservation online will save time as well as aggravation.
As one would imagine, there are a number of high-quality vans available through Enterprise. Miniature variants can be used when moving flats or when transporting goods between two locations. Other options include large and extra-large vans; perfect solutions when more robust needs arise. Smaller units can handle up to 885 kilogrammes, while Luton vans offer three seats, maximum interior room and a tail lift. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
There are no fewer than 12 different classes of cars to choose from. Whether referring to small two-door models or larger premium and luxury variants, customers will always find the option best suited to them. In the same respect, people carriers are excellent options for larger families or for business, while SUVs can be great alternatives for those who may be looking to get out of the city and enjoy the nearby countryside.
High Wycombe can be reached by two coach services (Carousel and Arriva) as well as via the Chiltern Main Line railway, which runs between London and Birmingham. The M40 is the primary thoroughfare that serves Wycombe and most visitors will exit at Junction 4. There is normally ample parking in the city centre although it is best to avoid rush hour traffic.