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Car hire in Milton Keynes

One of the UK’s newest cities, Milton Keynes was a planned metropolis built to accommodate the overspill of London residents. Found smack in the middle of London and Birmingham, the city’s streets are set up in a grid formation, so are particularly easy to navigate with self-drive. Numerous well-known car rental companies have offices in the centre, but all visitors should compare cheap car hire in Milton Keynes online with to snag the best deals.

Why to visit

Buckinghamshire is known for its stunning English countryside, and Milton Keynes is the largest and most lively city in the region. It is home to a number of new businesses, theatres, art galleries and music venues and features an excellent literary scene. It is a great base for exploring London and Birmingham, as well as the beautiful surrounding countryside; and self-drive is the most comfortable way to do this.


London Luton Airport is the closest airport to the city, being only 18 miles away, although the Birmingham International Airport is a great alternative. Milton Keynes is also located just off of the M1 motorway, making it extremely easy to reach from both London and Birmingham. The city centre can easily be toured on foot, although many visitors prefer to get around with car rental in Milton Keynes. Having a vehicle will also allow you to visit the pretty tourist village of Woburn, which can be reached in 15 minutes.

What to see and do

By arranging Milton Keynes car hire, you can make the quick drive to Bletchley to visit the scenic Bletchley Park. Heading northeast will take you to the famous university town of Cambridge, which also houses some fantastic museums and parks. Oxford, the country’s other renowned university town, can be reached in less than an hour, and is a fantastic place to take a leisurely afternoon walk. Driving north along the M1 motorway will take you to the city of Leicester, while heading south will bring you to the ever-exciting capital city of London.