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England Guide


The beautiful English counties are the mainstay of the British Isles and are typified by beautiful valleys, green pastures, a rugged coastline and rolling hills as far as the eye can see. In the summer it’s a delightful island to tour, boasting vibrant cities, incredible history, plenty of entertainment and shopping and an excellent tourist infrastructure. Car hire in England is by far the most popular choice of transport for those wishing to sightsee and explore as much as possible. Book cheap car hire in England with us today and we'll help find you the cheapest available deals online, by comparing quotes from over fifty leading companies.

Explore England

London - One of the greatest cities in the world. Simply wandering about Trafalgar Square, Leicester square, Picadilly Circus and the entertainment precinct of Soho and the West End is fascinating. Prime attractions include; Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Westminster Abbey, Parliament Buildings, Big Ben, and St Paul’s Cathedral. There are also endless restaurants, museums, pubs, clubs, parks and many shops.

Manchester - This is truly an English city, with an industrial revolution legacy and very hip atmosphere. It includes St Peter's Square, Old Trafford (home of Manchester United FC), Castlefield's Roman Fort, China Town, and the lively Salford Quays. Nearby, Liverpool is famously home to the legend 'The Beatles' as well as the Liverpool football team. Stroll down the 'moptop' Mathew's St, and see popular sights such as Strawberry Fields and Penny Lane.

Oxford - Rightly known as the city of dreaming spires, with its collection of famous colleges, quaint streets, pretty meadows, and inspiring architecture. Cambridge is a similarly famous university town with a pleasant atmosphere and historic appearance. Bath, located two hours by train West of London, is a lovely town with its stately homes and office buildings, as well as its popular with its Roman baths.

York - Has been the capital of the North for over a thousand years, and played a central role in British history under the Romans, Saxons and Vikings. Nearby, The Lake districts inspired Wordsworth with its pretty lakes, green hills and pleasant walking, and now attracts 10 million visitors a year!

Brighton - This lively seaside town on the south coast is bohemian and located only an hour from London. Further along the coast, the lovely New Forest is steeped in King Arthur legend. Located along the south coast of England is Poole, a beautiful harbour town. Nearby is Bournemouth which absorbs the optimistic sun-seeking locals. Dorset and Devon are picturesque, while Celtic Cornwall has a magical charm about it. The iconic Stonehenge, on the Salisbury plains, is an ancient ritual site estimated to be five thousand years old.

Dover - Most famously the landing place for continental visitors, Dover is remarkable for its white cliffs, while Hastings and Battle, in Sussex, are where William the Conquer was victorious in his conquest of England.


Most visitors to England arrive at London’s Heathrow (west) or Gatwick (south) Airports, both receiving flights from all over the world. Visitors from Europe have the convenient option of flying into Luton and Stansted Airports (north), or catching the Eurostar train right into central Waterloo station.

Car rental services are available at all international airports across England, from leading suppliers Avis, Europcar, Hertz, Thrifty, Sixt and many more. There are also a number of smaller, more regional airports within England. Be sure to fill in the form above correctly, depending on your arrival destination into England. Whether it be by ferry into one of England's major ports, plane or the Eurostar, car rental companies service every arrival destination.

The Bus and rail network in Britain is very well developed, frequent and efficient, providing access to the rest of England. Arriva, National Rail, the Trainline and Virgin trains service England's major towns and cities. National Express and Stagecoach are reliable bus companies travelling long distances across England. For best prices, and to secure a seat, book tickets online in advance.

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