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These campervans are available at our local depot in Edinburgh. Find out which fits your road trip best.
Here’s some essential information for campervan travellers in Edinburgh
We’re right there for the start and finish of your motorhome or campervan hire experience in Edinburgh. We’ll meet you at Edinburgh Airport (EDI) - just a 25-minute campervan drive away from the city centre - where you can pick up and drop off your Indie van – free of charge in regular hours, of course!
The outskirts of Edinburgh are filled with park-and-rides where you can park your campervan and go explore the city by foot. Choose among Ingliston, Hermiston, Newcraighall, Ferrytoll, Sheriffhall, Straiton, or Wallyford depending on the part of Edinburgh you prefer to explore on each day.
Edinburgh is one of the most welcoming big cities in the United Kingdom for travellers with motorhomes. If you want to spend the night in your motorhome or campervan in Edinburgh, you’re spoiled for choice. Edinburgh Caravan Club Site on the west side of the city and Morothall Caravan and Camping Park on the eastern side are just two of the many options to pick from. All camping sites cover the basic facilities and each one of them can be the right choice to spend the night for you and your Edinburgh campervan hire.
Groovy and artsy during the month of Festival Fringe and a fast-paced cosmopolis full of addictive pleasures year round, the capital of Scotland is just pure dead brilliant
An extinct volcano and seven arched green hills hold Edinburgh on their shoulders, tumbling up and down between the Old Town and the Georgian New one. But don’t be so hasty as to think this Scottish city is all about the historic rocky castle and its medieval winding streets. In fact, if there’s one thing that makes Edinburgh tick it’s the city’s youthfulness and a certain ‘live life to the fullest’ spirit that makes it the perfect starting point for a campervan road trip. Check into the trendy atmosphere by rolling into the independent art scene, filled with hip galleries and alternative entertainment venues. Once out in the open, don’t be afraid to take on the city by foot. How else do you expect to bump into all the cool pubs, chill bars, amazing views, and hidden courtyards? Sure, the windy, foggy weather might seem to say ‘no’, but the misty air might just make everything more enchanting. And, if you’re ready to run a Michelin-mile, make a turn to the riverside area of Edinburgh where you’ll bump into a mouthwatering selection of top restaurants. Hire a campervan in Edinburgh and have a feel of the Scottish way of living with the wind in your hair and without care.
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