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The North of Edinburgh in Scotland is haven away from the hustle and bustle of the main thorough fair. Take a walk along the Water of Leith from Dean's Village till you make your to the Ocean Terminal. Visitors will be surprised at the tranquil location of the village just a short walk from Princess Street in the capital city, UK.
Perhaps take another time out and pencil in a day at the Royal Botanical Gardens just up from the river walk at Inverleith Place. You could spend a whole day here looking at all the unusual plants and hot houses.
Park your rental car and head on over to Ainslie Park Leisure Centre for a leisurely swim or an afternoon at the gym. Relax over at the Ocean Terminal by watching the latest movie after you have dined out at the many restaurants the shopping centre has to offer.
In order for you to collect your rental car from here insert :
Edinburgh North or ( all areas) (GB) into the quote system.
Select the particular rental vehicle you had in mind and then book online. Quotes and booking are available to make through out the year each day on Bluewheels.
Car Hire Firms:
Local car hire companies which offer rental services in the city are Avis and Budget and Thrifty and Sixt and Europcar and Enterprise.
Shell Filling Station
Crewe Rd S, Edinburgh, EH4 2NT
23 Canonmills, Edinburgh, EH3 5HA
185 Craigleith Rd, Blackhall, Edinburgh, EH4 2EB
2 Sandpiper Dr, Leith, Edinburgh, EH6 6NX
This is normally the minimum requirements to bring with you when collecting your hire car from the branch. Additional drivers will be asked for proof of their driver's license and passport.
Sometimes a return flight ticket is asked as a second form of identification. Read over the terms and conditions of the hire firm carefully as they may request different information.
Types Of Vehicles:
Cars that may be booked through Bluewheels are luxury, sports cars or compact or SUV or mini vans or intermediate. A breakdown of each vehicle is beside the car. You will know upfront how many passengers and pieces of baggage each vehicle will hold before you book. This is benefical when planning a family holiday or a golfing trip.
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Car Rental Edinburgh North Suppliers
Enterprise rent a car
67 Salamander Street, Edinburgh, EH6 7JZ
Sixt Car Rentals
26 Dunedin St, Edinburgh, EH7 4JG, Scotland
Sixt Hire Car
18 North Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1BB, UK
Alamo and National Hire Car now partnered with Enterprise
Budget & Avis Car Hire Edinburgh
24 E London St, Edinburgh, EH7 4BQ,Scotland
12 Annandale St, Edinburgh, Lothian ,EH7 4AN
Local Transport Services Edinburgh North
Main bus station in the area is located next to St James Shopping Area opposite the Waverley Train Station. The local buses can be boarded along Princess Street with Ocean Terminal being one terminal at Leith Docks next to the Royal Yacht Britannia. Local areas also covered by the buses would be Leith, Newhaven, Warrington, Trinity and Craigentinny.
Main train station in this area would be Edinburgh Waverley. Waverley Railway Station can be found located on the main Princess Street of the city. Here you can board local trains or catch a train to Glasgow , London, Newcastle or Berwick Upon Tweed.
The Edinburgh Trams terminate in York Place which is adjacent to the bus station. The last stop going west for the tram is Edinburgh Airport.
No underground located in Edinburgh.
Top Things to do Around Edinburgh
World of Illusions
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
St Giles Cathedral
Plenty to see and do in the north of Edinburgh to keep you busy for weeks. For those who may only have a short time then drive along the A199 Salamander St from the Ocean Terminal to reach Musselburgh and Portobello.
Stop off here at the beach before making your way to Levenhall Links Park and the town of Prestonpans. The pretty villages of Port Seton , Tranent and Seton Sands Caravan Park are an ideal base for the weekend.
You can drive onto the A1 head south from Seton Sands. There are plenty of areas to stop off and explore before you reach the English Border. Try Dunbar and North Berwick and Eyemouth not forgetting Torness Nuclear Power Station.
The great thing about the A1 as opposed to the motorway is the rugged coast line of Scotland which then leads into England. You are able to stop off when you wish to explore any of the beautiful surrounding areas.
The best thing about Edinburgh is the location. From the city you are able to drive North to reach the top of Scotland or drive south along the A1 to reach the east coast of England.
Map of Edinburgh North in Scotland, UK