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London is the capital and largest city in the United Kingdom, as well as the political and cultural heart of the country. London is truly a cosmopolitan city and in the same breath as Paris, Tokyo and New York. The entire metropolitan region extends far out beyond the borders of London. Car rental in London is a good option to explore the city and its amazing surrounding areas. If you plan to rent a car in London, compare the rates from different suppliers of car hire London at and book in advance.

Visit Westminster Abbey with car rental

Westminster Abbey is a Gothic style church in London. This is where the coronations and funerals of members of the British royal houses are held. In 1987 the building along with Westminster Palace and Saint Margaret's Church are designated as the UNESCO World Heritage sites. Car rental in London can easily take you there and there are lots of parking spaces in the area.

The Tower of London

The Tower of London is a building complex in London, located on the Thames. Over the centuries it has served as a fortress, royal palace, state prison, garrison, museum and armory. The Tower Bridge deprives its name from this complex. Hit the road with your rental car and visit this impressive complex.

Hyde Park

London is a green city and every neighborhood has a park. The most famous one is doubtlessly Hyde Park, where major events are held. Major attraction in the park is Speakers Corner where everyone can say what he wants. London also has a large number of squares, such as Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square are among the most famous.

Links drive

In the UK people drive on the left. If you are used to driving on the right home, it's better to test out your rental car when picking it up. The traffic in the city center can be hectic, but driving in the countryside is a pleasant experience.

Fish and chips

Car rental in London guarantees a relaxing trip. The English pub outside London is also well represented. But your London experience won't be complete without trying fish and chips, black pudding, pie and bangers & mash. Car rental in London is a pleasant and comfortable way to get acquainted with the city and its countryside.
Tips and experiences for London

Our customers rated London with an average of 8.7 based on 10 ratings, and these are the most recent tips, experiences and highlights.

Use the open top bus tours to get yourself around London and see all the main sights and a running commentary of the history of the city.
We did not visited London but we do recommend to visit: Oxford, Newbury+Highclere, Salisbury, Winchester, Hatfield
Stay out of congestion zone. Traffic is very busy in London so it is better to get out of London if ou travel by car.
London WATCH out for MOFO Speed cameras and bus lane cameras and congestion charge.
When you drive a car it is almost necessary to have a GPS (navigator) with you
Did not go to London, went Down to Bath - and Somerest at large - great trip
Be sure to see some West End Musicals/Plays etc Eat in St Martins in the Field Crypt Cafe for a novel experience Don't miss Covent Garden - it is fun.
Never attempt to enter the centre of London by car, not even on a Sunday. Traffic is horrendous. The city itself has loads to offer which would take a travel guide to list. My tip of the day: try evensong in one of the cathedrals or abbeys, not only to avoid the entrance fee, it is a wonderful experience musically and spiritually as well.
Use the trains and buses to get around London. Buy an Oyster card and pay as you go. Don't get a hotel close to the airport because it's not convenient for moving around London from your hotel to places of interest. If you are going to take a specific time starting tour in another city, get your hotel room there the night before because traffic can cause you to miss a scheduled tour as it did for me. England roads have no shoulders and the roundabouts are difficult. Navigation helps, but so does someone sitting next to you to keep on eye on it for you while you are going around those roundabouts.
On this occasion I did not have time for much sightseeing but would recommend a guided tour of the Royal Opera house; even if your are not an opera fan it is fascinating. Also of Tower Bridge; the new glass walkway is an amaxing experience and even my husband, who hates heights, was utterly absorbed. If you like history,a guided walking tour is also highly recommended,