Explore the UK with 5% Off Base Rates

Save on your Enterprise Rent-A-Car weekly car rental at select airport locations in the UK. Reserve today for travel now through December 15, 2019.

  • Offer valid at the following airport locations in the UK:  LHR, LGW, MAN, GLA, EDI and BHX.
  • Minimum 5-day rental is required and a 28-day maximum applies.
  • Offer valid for travel now through December 15, 2019.

Explore the UK with Enterprise Rent-A-Car

Road tripping through the UK is a magical experience. Filled with castles, ruins, and natural wonders that inspired some of the world’s most beloved stories, the UK is a traveler’s dream come true. Take the open road with Enterprise Rent-A-Car and explore the UK’s most stunning sights on your own terms.

Start your road trip through Southwest England’s Atlantic Highway. This 135-mile road will lead you through lush green forests and a deep blue coastline. The route travels through North Devon and North Cornwall along the A39 Atlantic Highway, taking you through the most charming of coasts. Stop along the way at the seaside towns of Bude, Boscastle, Titangel, and Port Isaac, where you’ll discover warm smiles from locals and stunning views of the deep blue waves. You’ll find yourself falling in love with the hilly landscape, endless barley fields, narrow side roads leading to hidden villages, and the nearby natural beauty of Exmoor National Park.

Don’t stop your seaside adventures there. Travel through Northern Ireland’s Causeway Coastal Route for some of the area’s most renowned natural wonders. This 120-mile drive from Belfast to Londonderry is as diverse as it gets. Don’t let the name fool you – the Causeway Coastal Route not only travels along the coast; it also takes you through mountain tops and a variety of charming villages. See ships sailing off into the horizon at Belfast, explore the seaside charm of Carrickfergus, and visit the iconic landform called Giant’s Causeway – an ancient volcanic eruption resulting in 40,000 interlocking basalt columns, and the only UNESCO World Heritage Site in Northern Ireland. Make sure to take a detour to the Dark Hedges before you go. This world-renowned tunnel-like avenue is lined with intertwined beech trees planted in the 18th century – creating a romantic, magical feel in true Irish fashion.

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