Car rental Inverness Airport
Car hire Inverness Airport
In the northeast coast of Scotland near the river Ness you can find Inverness, often called the capital of the Scottish Highlands. When arriving at the airport you’ll be serviced by friendly, professional staff and after spending some time in the city itself you’ll probably notice that the locals display the same friendliness and are quite helpful. Would you expect anything less from a place that has been described as the happiest place in Scotland two years in a row?
The airport itself has all the facilities needed to make travelers feel at east. With three lounges, there is plenty of space to either calm down and relax or catch up on some work. The Aspire Lounge is open for everybody, regardless of what type of class your flying. The airport also has a business suite, The Exchange, where you can continue working at a desk, have a conference and make use of different facilities such as a projector, conference telephone etc. to keep up with your business on the go. In the terminal building you can go directly to one of the car rental companies and book yourself a rental car to start exploring the town and its neighboring areas.
Car rental in Inverness
If you decide to rent a car online via Holiday Cars you get to choose from the following car rental companies:
- Keddy by Europcar
Since car rental at Inverness Airport is becoming more and more popular (and sometimes even a necessity), companies face more competition which results in better car hire deals. Holiday Cars makes it easy for you to rent a car by comparing different deals from trusted companies and presenting you the best options for car hire to be found.
Explore and discover Inverness
Inverness is a beautiful place filled fun activities and tourist hotspot. One of the first things you might want to after you've picked up your car from the car rental Inverness Airport is drive up to the Inverness castle. A red sandstone building that was constructed in 1836. Even though this castle is less than 200 years old, for the last 900 years there have numerous different castles on that very same spot, a cliff high above the River Ness. Another place well worth a visit is the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery where you can catch up on some of the region's history and get acquainted with its culture.
Another place of interest should be the Victorian Market.
It would be almost unthinkable of to visit Inverness without going on Loch Ness cruise. Known around the world as being the home of the Loch Ness Monster or Nessie, this fresh water lake (or loch) is the largest of its kind in Scotland and is big enough to contain all the fresh water from every lake in England and Wales. There are different companies offering tours or cruises on the loch and for those who would much rather stay on land there runs a trail along the side of Loch Ness on which you can either walk or cycle.
Even though Inverness itself has a lot of fun activities and places to visit you can take your car for a drive outside the city into the Scottish Highlands and take in some unspoiled and untamed Scottish nature.