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Aberdeen

The Granite city sits in a geographically remote corner of the UK, but once you get there, can you get around easily using public transport?…

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Belfast

The Northern Ireland peace process has brought about a significant rise in the number of tourists visiting Belfast. As with most European cities, the main…

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Birmingham

Birmingham sits at the heart of the English Midlands, with a strong mix of both industrial and traditional tourist attractions. Like any reasonable sized European…

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Bristol

[top num=”47″] [why2 num=”47″] A hire car will give you access to visit many more places in South West England. If you are flying in…

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Cambridge

[top num=”55″] Cambridge is the UK’s cycling capital – at least in numerical terms. The city itself is compact and driving is a nightmare. So…

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Cardiff

[top num=”59″] [why2 num=”59″] Flexibility – As with any other city, a hire car will give you the flexibility to explore beyond the built-up areas…

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Edinburgh

Should you hire a car in Edinburgh? Well, if you are just heading for a few days into the centre of Edinburgh, a car will…

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Exeter

Much of this advice assumes you are heading west towards Cornwall. It is essentially aimed at people flying into Exeter airport. It could equally apply…

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Glasgow

With its two airports (Glasgow International and Prestwick), Glasgow is the main gateway to Scotland for visitors arriving by air, and it is also Scotland’s…

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Inverness

Inverness may be capital of the Highlands, but is that status enough to make it a major public transport hub as well? [top num=”120″] [why2 num=”120″] Why…

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