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Swindon Railway Station

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Mo-Fr 0830-1730
Sa 0930-1230
Su closed
Darby Close, SN2 2PN,
Cheney Manor Industrial Estate

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Hertz at Swindon Railway Station

Swindon is a large town in Wiltshire, about halfway between Bristol and Reading; both of which are around forty miles away. The town has a lively music scene, and there is a music festival every year to raise money for charity. Visitors can explore the multiple shopping centres by hiring a car from Swindon – as well as shopping and outlet centres there is also a covered market in the town centre. Wiltshire is famous for its ancient monuments, and visitors can get to Barbury Castle in under half an hour by a car. The Iron Age Fort is made up of deep rings in the earth, with views over the Cotswolds.

Swindon in south-west England is in a great location for getting out and visiting places – within the county of Wiltshire you'll find lots of attractions, one of the most famous is Longleat Safari Park, under an hour and a half away. Car hire from Swindon is advised in order to visit Longleat, as part of the experience is a self-driven Safari tour through various animal enclosures. Counties in southern England often have white horses carved into the landscape, and there are several in Wiltshire. One of the most famous is the Westbury Whitehorse – with a chequered past, there are no confirmed dates for its creation, but it was restored in 1778.