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Sitting on the River Tay, this attractive and welcoming city has a bundle of attractions up its sleeve and having a car at your disposal makes it easy to see the highlights.

Hiring a car hire Dundee gives you the freedom of the city, as well as the chance to play at the home of golf, plus trips to the Scottish Highlands...

Around 60 miles north of the Scottish capital, Edinburgh, and within minutes of the bracing east coast of Scotland, the city of Dundee attracts holidaymakers for golfing and city breaks. Dundee is the gateway to the spiritual home of golf - The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, which sprawls handsomely some 14 miles south of the city. But golf widows and non-golfers find plenty of diversions in Dundee away from the manicured greens and lush fairways.

The fascinating and long history of Dundee, a former fishing and trading port, winds around many of the tourist attractions here. Visitors also like to delve into the industries behind Dundee's nickname as the “city of jam, jute and journalism”: marmalade was invented and commercially produced here for the first time; jute mills dominated the skyline some 150 years ago (and encouraged the local whaling industry as whale oil was required to produce jute); and DC Thomson and Co found a home in Dundee in 1905, producing comics such as The Beano and The Dandy.

You can find out more about Dundee's past at attractions such as Discovery Point, HM Frigate Unicorn, Dundee Science Centre and the Verdant Works. Other places worth discovering include the Mills Observatory.

Be sure to get a taste of Scotland when you enjoy a break in Dundee. Sumptuous Scottish produce is in abundance here - let your taste buds tackle dishes such as haggis, Angus beef, kippers, stovies and fresh seafood.

Collecting you hire car is a doddle. Book in advance and pick it up at Dundee airport (DND; in Scottish Gaelic it is Port-adhair Dhùn Dèagh), which is just a few minutes south of the city. Alternatively, collect your rental car at one of the convenient downtown locations in and around Dundee. To find a great deal on car hire, compare prices on TravelSupermarket using the handy search tool.