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Why Hertz?

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Hertz at Edinburgh

Scotland’s beautiful capital sits on the Water of Leith, the river that leads on through the Firth of Forth and into the sea. This ancient city has its new and old towns, cobbled streets, a stunning castle, a warm welcome for all visitors, a noted university and is also home to many businesses of all sizes.

We have numerous van hire locations that will take care of all your van needs, whether picking up or dropping off. If you’re driving a student into their new digs, picking up bulky items at a retail park, or collecting furniture or white goods, we can help.

Our branches will get you into the spacious van of your choice with the absolute minimum of fuss, so you can do what you have to do.

Pickup Locations Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh Airport

    Opening hours: (Seasonal Location) Oct-Apr: Mo-Fr 0630-2300, Sa-Su 0700-2300 // May-Sep: Mo-Fr 0630-2400, Sa-Su 0700-2400

    Address: 175 Jubilee Road - Car Rental Centre,
    Scotland

    Phone: +44 (0) 843 309 3025**

    **Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone companys access charge

  • Edinburgh City Centre

    Opening hours: (Seasonal Location) 30 April- 30 Sep: Mo-Th 0800-1800, Fr 0800-2000, Sa 0800-1700, Su 0900-1700 // 1 Oct- 29 April: Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0900-1300, Su closed

    Address: 10 Picardy Place,
    Scotland

    Phone: +44 (0) 843 309 3026**

    **Calls cost 7p per minute plus your phone companys access charge

  • Edinburgh West

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0800-1800, Sa 0800-1300, Su 1000-1300

    Address: 1 Murrayburn Road

    Phone: 44-0-131-455-7314

  • Edinburgh IKEA

    Opening hours:

    Address: Straiton Road,
    Midlothian

    Phone:

  • Edinburgh B&Q

    Opening hours:

    Address: New Craighall Retail Park off New Craighall Road Edinburgh

    Phone:

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Driving in and around Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s prime location and enviable road links make it a great place to drive to and from. Whether you’re local, coming from elsewhere in Scotland or making the journey north of the border from England, you’ll find well-maintained routes on both motorways and A-roads.

You’ll find that driving in the city centre is a tale of two cities. The Old Town has narrow, steep and often winding roads, many cobbled, as befits a Medieval city, while the New Town is more modern and regimented. Many of the main streets are also residential, so on-street parking is restricted, and there are also lanes reserved for trams and buses. It makes sense to find paid parking, and you can find an official list and map of the car parks in Edinburgh online.

When navigating the heart of Edinburgh, be aware of the tram network. If skirting around the city, the A720 operates as a semi-circular ring road that runs to the south of the centre, linking up with the A1 in the east and the A71, M8 and A90 in the west.

Key among the major routes in and out of Edinburgh is the M8, which leads west to Glasgow, Scotland’s second city. There are two routes to Newcastle and Sunderland to the south-east - the A68 which goes through the Kielder Forest Park, or the A1 which hugs the coast along the way.

If coming from further north in Scotland - or heading that way - the A90/M90 is the road to take for Perth, Dundee and Aberdeen. You can join the A9 at Perth for the Cairngorms and on to Inverness and the very north of the country.

A popular reason for van hire in Edinburgh is to make light work of transporting goods to and from retail parks. So you’ll find our van branches not just at the airport and in the city centre, but also at Ikea on Straiton Road and at B&Q at both the New Craighall and Hermiston Gait Retail Parks. Simply load up your hire van and you can drive your purchases straight home.