Car Hire in Aberdeen, Scotland

Get your next visit to Aberdeen off to a flying start by arranging an Aberdeen car hire.  Aberdeen is served by many local and international airlines bringing visitors from all over the UK and Europe. 

You will have a wide choice when it comes to arranging your Aberdeen car rental, as all the major names in car hire are represented here; to be assured that the particular vehicle you prefer is available on arrival, it is a good idea to book in advance, and you can do that right here on our site.  Browse all the listings to find a cheap car hire in Aberdeen – you can compare prices and packages from most of the major car rental companies, and some of the lesser-known and less expensive dealerships.

Aberdeen car rental depot

On arrival you need to make your way to the Aberdeen rent a car offices. It is possible to book an inexpensive economy or compact car, or you can choose one of the larger and very comfortable mid-range or full size rental cars if you need more space.  There is also a selection of luxury cars and 7-seater vans.

What to see in Granite City

Aberdeen is nicknamed Granite City or Grey City due to the large amount of grey granite that was used as a building material, and was one of the cities prime exports before the North Sea Oil was found.  There are several historic building featuring this granite, including the turreted Town House, The Castlegate and the gothic Marishal College.  Some of the must-see attractions include Provost Skene’s House, the Aberdeen Art Gallery and the Maritime Museum – all of which offer free entrance!  Shopaholics will love The Granite Mile – Union Street – which has over 800 shops. 

When it is time to get out of the city, your car rental in AbAberdeen, Scotland the Squareerdeen can take you to some wonderful places, including the Cairngorms National Park, dozens of quaint villages, some marvellous golf courses (45 of them!) and miles and miles of prime salmon-fishing rivers.  Finally, no visit to Scotland would be complete without trying a wee dram of Malt Whisky at its’ source – go on the famous Malt Whisky Trail to see how Scotland’s most popular export is produced.