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Edinburgh Airport routinely handles nearly ten million passengers a year, which makes it the fifth busiest in the UK. Edinburgh Airport is the main transit hub for eastern Scotland and the surrounding area, including parts of North East England. As usual, Europcar outlets can be found there to help with any and all car hire requirements. Our fleet of comfortable, safe and reliable vehicles is ready to meet the demands of any size group or budget, with services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover there to help your journey out from Edinburgh Airport begin without a hitch. Whatever else your trip throws at you, you can relax safe in the knowledge that our expert team has all your transport issues and needs handled.
Edinburgh Airport is the most used airport in Scotland and a major destination for flights from Ireland, Western and Eastern Mainland Europe, London, Wales, Scandinavia, and as far afield as Canada and the United States. The airport is easily accessed from the M8 to Glasgow, M90 to Perth and the M9 to Stirling, meaning there are direct routes to all the gateways of Scotland's varying regions. The airport is located just five miles from the centre of Edinburgh City, the capital of Scotland and a major cultural destination, featuring the historic port of Leith, Edinburgh Castle and the Edinburgh Festival.
The City of Edinburgh - Scotland's second most populated municipality, capital city for nearly 600 years, and the home of the Scottish Parliament, there is evidence of settlers in Edinburgh from as far back as 8500 BC. Edinburgh's strong association with the past is clearly seen in its many historic buildings: such as the Palace of Holyroadhouse; St Giles, Greyfriars and Canongate Churches; its 18th century 'New Town'; and the 600 year-old Edinburgh Castle, the city's premier attraction. Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Gardens are ideal for a relaxing break before heading to Princes Street and George Street for some world-class shopping. If you're not into high street stores, the Grassmarket and the Old Town are filled with specialist boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Every year the city holds the Edinburgh International Festival which visitors and acts flock to attend from all around the globe, as well as the Edinburgh Fringe and the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. The Edinburgh nightlife is world famous as well, with many bars and clubs as well as more restaurants per person than anywhere outside London.
The Scottish Borders - To the south of Edinburgh is the captivating region known as the Scottish Borders, stretching from the Firth of Forth right back to England. A region filled with moorlands, sweeping valleys and emerald-green forests, the only way to freely enjoy the area is by car as you travel between ruined castles, quaint border towns and the Berwickshire coast, amongst stunning scenery as you drive up, down and around the rolling hills.