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Driving in central London confuses the best of us. Book cheap UK car hire, get a decent road map and getting from A to B won't be as hard as you think.After visiting the Queen, fill up the tank and take your hire car down to Brighton. It's hip; it's trendy and has a world-famous pier.Canterbury has a tale or two to tell. Jump in the car and let Chaucer and his merry men guide you through medieval times.
Hire a hybrid car and you won't have to pay the congestion charge.
Manchester. Not exactly an oasis but it's lively, modern and even has two football clubs. It's also a great base to get a car hire and explore the North East.Liverpool, Bolton and Chester are only short a drive away in the car.Had enough of cities? The Lake District is just round the corner. After all that hiking in the great outdoors, treat yourself to a Cumberland sausage and some mint cake with all the money you've saved on UK car hire.
There are plenty of car parks in the Lake District National Park. Park up for a while and explore on foot.
Cardiff. A passionate, bustling city with more outdoor activities than you can throw a stick at. It's also the perfect base to book a hire car and explore the rest of Wales. Head out to Cardiff Bay - it's only a mile's drive away. Try your hand in front of goal at the Cardiff International Sports Village.You can't go to Cardiff without taking a drive to the Brecon Beacons. Public transport is not the best out there so organise a car rental and you'll be there in no time.
The Welsh are passionate about their sport. Don't drive into the city centre on match days.
Edinburgh. It's perfect for that weekend away. Book cheap car hire and explore the city and the rest of Scotland at your own pace.Take a drive down the Royal Mile in your rental car. You won't find any crown jewels but you will come across a pretty impressive castle.Ok, it's about 260km away but get your camera ready - the last sighting of the Loch Ness Monster was in 1963.
It will take you about three hours to drive around Loch Ness. Plenty of time to spot Nessie.
Former City of Culture, Liverpool has plenty to offer. Book cheap car hire in the UK and take your own Magical Mystery Tour around the city.Make a beeline to Albert Dock. You'll find museums, ghost tours, great restaurants and The Beatles (well, replica ones anyway).Missing the beach? Drive your car hire north to the seaside town of Southport. Don't go in the sea. It's freezing.
Parking in the city centre is costly. Try and find a car park on the outskirts and walk in instead.
Bristol - you'll never have a dull day here. There's so much to see and do, you'll need UK car hire to cram it all in. Collect your rental car and drive out to Cheddar Gorge. You won't find much cheese but you'll discover if stalagmites grow up or down.Need to relax? Head east to Bath and take a dip in a hot spring or a Roman bath. The Abbey is pretty impressive too.
Don't even try to find a parking space on the streets. As soon as you see a car park, head straight for it.
Plymouth is a vibrant maritime city. It's also a great base to book cheap car hire UK and explore southwest England.Like the great outdoors? You'll get all the fresh air you want at Dartmoor National Park - it's only a short drive north. Keep your wits about you - the Beast of Dartmoor has never been caught.Swap car hire for a surfboard and head to one of Torquay's sun-kissed beaches.
Be on the look out for wild ponies when driving through Dartmoor. They'll run right in front of you.