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Car Hire at Edinburgh Waverly Station

Edinburgh Waverley railway station (also known as Edinburgh and Waverley) is the principal railway station in the Scottish capital Edinburgh. It is the second-largest mainline railway station in the United Kingdom (after London Waterloo), acting both as a terminal station and a through station. Edinburgh Waverly is the northern terminus of the East Coast Main Line, and it also operates through services from London to Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness, and Fort William.

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About Edinburgh - Places to Visit with Car Hire

The charms of Edinburgh city are well documented, and, particularly if you have been before, you may want to make the most of your car rental and get out and about in the Highlands surrounding the city. We strongly recommend you head about 55km north to the picturesque fishing villages of Fife, particularly East Neuk, Falkland Palace and Culross. Another one of our favourites is Loch Lomond, 126km west of Edinburgh, the largest inland body of water in Great Britain and one of Scotland's premier fishing and watersports venues.

While you are in the area, enjoy the peace of the Trossachs, a swathe of sylvan valleys and tranquil lochs east of Ben Lomond. The Trossachs lie between the Highlands and the Lowlands to the north of Glasgow, east of Loch Lomond and west of Callander. The Highlands themsleves are a place apart, defined by primordial landscapes and fascinating history with a wealth of different wildlife and the opportunity to participate in any number of outdoor pursuits among the mountains, glens, islands, and beaches around Ben Nevis and Loch Ness. Drive 80km northeast of Edinburgh to find St Andrews, the impossibly picturesque coastal university town and acclaimed golf centre.

Images: Edinburgh panorama by Strevo & Esplanade, Edinburgh, by Boon Low