With 328 locations throughout the British Isles, Europcar car hire offers you one of the easiest and most flexible ways to travel around the UK. With branches everywhere from Aberdeen to York, via London, Liverpool and everywhere in between, including even Belfast and the Shetland Isles, Europcar can help to get you where ever you need to be in Great Britain. Europcar 's huge fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles to suit every requirement or budget, along with helpful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional sat-nav, child seats and additional driver cover, mean you can travel the UK safe in the knowledge that all your transport issues have been handled.
From the bustle of major metropolitan centres like London, Manchester and Edinburgh, to the remote beauty of the Scottish highlands, Snowdonia in Wales or the moors of Devon, the United Kingdom boasts an enormous variety of culture, landscape and climate for such a comparatively small national area. Filled with instantly recognisable sights such as the fabled white cliffs of Dover, the mystical and ancient monument at Stonehenge, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, the London Eye, and Blackpool Tower, it would take an age to see and do even a fraction of everything Great Britain has to offer.
The City of London – Standing on the River Thames and home to a multicultural population of over 9 million people, the UK's capitol is an adventure in itself. A global destination for education, fashion, entertainment and the arts, the city is home heritage sights like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, Nelson's Column, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. For art lovers, the Tate Modern and the National Gallery are amongst the famous exhibition centres, with the world famous British Museum, National History Museum and the London Dungeon providing even more things to see. Don't forget London's West End for the latest and greatest in theatre, opera and musicals.
The Seaside – Great Britain as an island has a long-standing seaside tradition that boarders most of the country, from Blackpool in the north-west and down the coast of Wales, to the sunny beaches of Devon and Cornwall at the southern tip of the land, towards Portsmouth and Brighton along the south coast, round past Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton in East Anglia, and on towards Whitby and Scarborough along the north-east shores. The weather might not always be on your side, but that's what makes it a quintessential British pastime.
Sports – Whether it's soccer, cricket, tennis, motor sport or rugby, the UK is home to some of the most famous sporting destinations in the world, including Wembley Stadium and Old Trafford, Lords, Wimbledon, Brands Hatch and Silverstone, and the Millennium Stadium, Cardiff.
History and legend – The UK is packed with a wealth of historical buildings and heritage sites dating back thousands of years in some cases. Almost any part of the countryside has it's own legends, like King Arthur and the Round Table which is central to the Devonshire region, Alfred the Great in the Middlesex areas, Robin Hood of Nottingham and Sherwood Forest and hundreds more besides. And visiting the Celtic and Gaelic areas of Wales, Northern Ireland and the mighty Highlands of Scotland can get you closer to some of the original peoples of Britain.