When it comes to vibrant and lively spots in London, Peckham is certainly among the best of them. This district in the southeast of London has become a hot spot for restaurants and bars, while still retaining its uniqueness. Visitors and locals alike can enjoy watching movies on rooftop cinemas or even take in some contemporary art. This district is also home to Peckham high street, which is ideal for some retail therapy.
In the case of shopping, a night out in Peckham or even a weekend trip to this area, car rental can make a great day even better. Enterprise has been providing cars to their customers for decades and have branches in the following locations near Peckham: Heathrow Airport (Northern Perimeter Road), Gatwick Airport (Gatwick Airport), Tower Bridge (Arch 59 Royal Mint Street) and Waterloo (Upper Marsh Road).
It's worth noting that there are regular buses between Tower Bridge and Peckham, as well as Waterloo and Peckham. For Gatwick and Heathrow branches, there is the option of the train or taking a bus.
For those looking to reduce the cost of car rental, Enterprise has some great deals. One of the ways to save some money is by selecting a fuel-efficient vehicle. Not only does this cut down on costs, the economy car is large enough for those travelling with their family.
Enterprise vehicles are always serviced and well maintained, allowing customers the peace of mind to rent without any extra hassle. They also have a large range of vans to choose from, catering for a variety of needs. There are small commercial two-seater vans, medium-sized and large three-seater cargo vans on offer for moving heavier goods. Learn more about Enterprise van hire.
Enterprise specialises in a broad range of vehicles for every occasion, from sports cars and people carriers that seat nine, to SUVs with added boot space. The cars on offer don't disappoint either; the three-door compacts are great for zipping around town, and the five-seat standard cars make transporting a family around a breeze.
Peckham can get busy at rush hours and at the weekend; some of the more congested areas are east and west of Rye Lane and Peckham high street. To avoid delays, alternative routes should be considered. There are free parking spaces available in places such as Chourmert Grove and Cutty Sark Garden. For paid parking, the prices can vary from reasonable to fairly steep. However, understandably, there are far more paid parking areas available. For the best parking spots, particularly when it comes to shopping, starting a journey early will provide better options.