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Famed for salt and horse racing, the Surrey town of Epsom is in a perfect spot for travels in England's south east. It's wise to book car hire in Epsom - you can motor around town with ease and journey further afield to see more of the country.

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Located a little over 10 miles from London, the market town of Epsom is in the county of Surrey. Epsom Downs Racecourse is on the southern edge of town and is the famous host of the Epsom Derby, which takes place every year in June. Epsom also lends its name to magnesium sulphate, more commonly known as Epsom salt, which was produced from the spring waters that rose from the North Downs.

These two things, of course, have very little bearing on day-to-day life in this pleasant town. It's a popular commuter town, being just 45 minutes via public transport to the heart of the capital, though it has a thriving sense of community and offers a good range of restaurants, pubs, cafés, shops and parks. The cultural scene is also lively, with the Epsom Playhouse hosting regular performances. Bourne Hall Museum is a fascinating place to spend some time; exhibits include a 19th century fire engine, artefacts from the races, some Roman finds and an antiquated hansom cab in which former British Prime Minister, Lord Rosebery, would travel between Epsom and the capital - it would have been quite the journey in the 1890s.

Hobbledown, on the northern edge of Epsom, keeps families entertained whatever the weather. There are indoor and outdoor play areas, plus animals to see and pet.

Keep your eye on the programme of events at Epsom Downs Racecourse too. As well as horse racing, the venue welcomes music fans to a variety of concerts.

Booking and collecting your rental car is easy. Simply use the search tool on TravelSupermarket to compare prices, select your deal, and then pick up your car at a convenient location in the downtown area of Epsom.