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Car hire Milton Keynes is cheap and convenient with easyCar – the low cost, online car hire specialist. Milton Keynes is a bright, clean and lively city on the outskirts of London. Within commuting distance of the capital, it’s a great base to explore the area and makes for an enjoyable stay. easyCar provides rental facilities in Milton Keynes and at airport and downtown locations across England and the UK, including Heathrow, Birmingham, Manchester, Sheffield, Newcastle, Bristol, Liverpool, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Car hire Milton Keynes is a great value way to explore the city, whether you are visiting for business or pleasure.
Cheap Car Rental Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes was developed in the 1970s as a new town on the outskirts of London. Despite its recent heritage, the city has a wealth of attractions and even some nearby sites of historical interest. Xscape is an entertainment complex crammed with activities for all ages, from adrenaline sports to cinemas. It’s a great place to spend a day. You can try your skills on the largest indoor "real" snow slope in the UK or spend an evening playing the relatively sedate game of bowling. Milton Keynes even has a thriving cultural life, with a cutting edge 1400-seat theatre and outdoor concerts in the summer. If music is your thing, the National Bowl is a world-class venue that can hold up to 65,000 people. It has seen performances from acts as diverse as Robbie Williams and REM and attracts some of the biggest names in show business every year.
Milton Keynes by Car: Great Sights at Bargain Prices
Rent a car in Milton Keynes and you can make a trip into London or explore the surrounding area at your own pace. A short drive from the city is the wonderful Bletchley Park Mansion. A fine place to visit on a summer’s day, Bletchley Park is famous for code breaking during World War II. The notorious Enigma code was finally cracked here in the early 1940s.