With a number of hire car locations available throughout Scotland, car rental with holiday autos couldn’t be easier. Holiday autos provides car rental locations from all major airports and downtown offices in and around Prestwick airport allowing you the opportunity and freedom to explore Scotland.
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You can collect the keys to your Prestwick Airport rental car from the desks which are located in the arrivals area.
The duty free store is the perfect place to pick up some souvenirs or gifts for loved ones at home. Here, you could buy some shortbread for yourself and some haggis for whoever’s been feeding your pets. Well, you wouldn’t give away shortbread.
There is a cash machine located on the main concourse, but Sterling is legal tender in Scotland so carry some cash with you and save time at the airport.
If you’re craving one last taste of Scots cuisine before flying home, head to The Food Village for freshly cooked snacks and meals.
Dinnae git lost, or in other words, don’t get lost, pick up a map from tourist information and maybe a guide to Scots lingo if they have one.
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Scotland is known worldwide for many things, but its spectacular landscape is responsible for drawing visitors in their thousands every year. Take some time to see why in this national park which is home to woodlands, meadows, fishing spots, biking trails and some of the best dark sky spots in Europe for stargazing.
Treat your hire car to a ride on the Ardrossan ferry over to the Isle of Arran. This island is the largest in the Firth of Clyde and home to Brodick Castle and its Country Park, abundant wildlife including deer and basking sharks along the coast, traditional villages offering warm welcomes and freshly cooked fare - and if you time it right, the chance to take part in a Ceilidh dance.
After taking some time to check out rural and traditional Scotland, why not top off your holiday with a city break in a very modern Glasgow? Shop 'til you drop in the city centre, treat yourself to an expensive steak in the West End and catch a show while you’re there - or dance the night away in one of the many clubs or bars. You’ll go home feeling like you really have seen and done it all.