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*Based on an individual aged 31 with no pre-existing medical conditions taking single trip cover for 7 days to France. Cover starts on July 8, 2024 and ends on July 14, 2024. Price correct as of June 13, 2024.

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The county town of Aylesbury is set on the outer edge of the London commuter belt, making it easily reachable from the capital, the Midlands and the greater south east. Car hire in Aylesbury will allow you to explore all the area has on offer at your leisure.

Packed with attractions for children and adults alike, Aylesbury is a fantastic location to explore. From zipping through the trees to visiting historical houses, the area has plenty to keep you entertained...


Organising car rental in Aylesbury to explore the area couldn't be easier. Simply pre-book online to ensure you get the best price, pick up your vehicle from various downtown locations and away you go!

But before you hit the road, make sure you check out all the great attractions on Aylesbury's doorstep. For a gloriumptious day out, visit the fantastic Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre. It's aimed at six to 12 year olds and has three galleries which feature the author's original writing hut and frequently put on workshops and events such as whizzpopping, author visits and puppet-making.

Another attraction that is well worth a visit is Waddesdon Manor. Here, you can explore beautiful gardens that were designed in the late 19th century and have various areas such as the tropical mound, water garden, woodland area and aviary garden.

Or how about visiting Buckinghamshire Railway Centre? A 25-acre working steam museum, on certain days you can enjoy a traditional steam train ride, and the visitor centre will give you an insight into the history of the golden age of steam. You will be able to see a royal dining coach from 1901, as well as a coach used by Winston Churchill and Dwight D.Eissenhower for secret war strategy planning meetings.

If your kids are wildlife lovers, a trip to Tiggywinkles Wildlife Hospital makes for a day out with a difference. This charity cares for poorly hedgehogs, badgers, birds, foxes, reptiles and amphibians. You can enjoy talks from the staff, see a variety of animals, and children can let off steam in the play area.