With a Sixt car hire in Aylesbury you can explore this county town to the full as well as getting out into the Buckinghamshire countryside. There is plenty to do in Aylesbury itself especially for lovers of history and literature while the hills of the Aylesbury Vale are perfect for escaping the crowds. Our car rental in Aylesbury office is within easy reach of the town centre and conveniently located for starting your Buckinghamshire visit.
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Browse our Aylesbury West homepage for details of our fleet and opening hours while clicking the grey right-hand tab on the menu bar opens a map showing the exact location of our branch. Please note that our Aylesbury West branch is not open on Saturday afternoons or Sundays and there is no 24-hour return facility. You will discover, however, that we do have very affordable car hire rates. To see just how affordable, do a quick online price comparison before you hire a car. Our booking systems are quick and easy. Make your selection and then either use our telephone hotline or download the iOS and Android apps and reserve your rental vehicle on the go. While we are unable to guarantee specific models we do guarantee your chosen category of car hire in Aylesbury. You will definitely receive a warm welcome from our office staff whether rental cars are required for just one weekend or longer.
Our Aylesbury fleet of premium vehicles is designed to suit both business and leisure travellers. Compact saloons are ideal for exploring the town while more spacious estate cars are the perfect size for families. If you are heading out into the Buckinghamshire countryside then rugged 4x4s are the right choice for exploring the county's rolling hills. We also have a selection of vans that are ideal for transporting business or exhibition materials and can supply vehicles adapted for different mobility needs. All rental cars in our fleet are supplied by well-known names such as Audi, BMW, Jaguar and Mercedes-Benz. Selecting optional extras from our attractive range ensures you have a relaxed and enjoyable car rental in Aylesbury experience. Share the driving by adding additional drivers or take advantage of great deals on unlimited mileage and extra insurance options. Our range also includes Sat Navs and baby or booster seats and we are more than happy to insure younger drivers under 25.
Our car hire in Aylesbury office can be found a short distance out of the town centre at Printers End. This can be reached on bus route 2 from Great Western Street.
With people commuting out of town to business areas in the South East Aylesburys roads become congested during the morning and evening peak hours. Otherwise, the town is fairly straightforward to navigate while major roads such as the A41 and the A413 give good links to other parts of the county and further afield.
With ten pay and display parking areas dotted around the town you will easily find a space near any Aylesbury attraction you wish to visit.
Before you explore Aylesbury on foot take a drive around in your car hire and admire the varied architecture that includes Tudor, Jacobean, Georgian and Victorian houses and public buildings. With your car, you can also get an idea of the importance canals, including the Grand Union Canal, once were to the town. Today the canal basin is a pleasant backwater lined with recreational narrow boats. With the towns varied history that covers Iron Age settlements, Roman garrisons and an active part in the English Civil War you will find plenty to fascinate you at the Buckinghamshire County Museum. While you are in the museum pick up one of Aylesburys self-guided walking tour leaflets. These will ensure you do not miss any of the towns architecture and attractions. Browse the shops and cafes on and around Market and St Marys Squares before popping into the Roald Dahl Childrens Gallery. Roald Dahl lived in Aylesbury for many years and anyone who has ever enjoyed one of his fantastic stories will want to spend a couple of hours in this hands-on museum.
An old and attractive building in the town is the 15th-century Kings Head, one of the best-preserved coaching inns in England. It is the perfect place to stop for lunch or dinner. There are many architectural features to admire such as the outstanding Tudor stained-glass window with 20 panes, original wattle and daub walls and stabling for horses that has changed little since the inn was built in 1455. The Kings Head started life as the gatehouse of a monastery. Walk through the wide arched entrance and you come to a picturesque cobbled stable yard. It is easy to imagine how this looked when it was full of carriages, carts and horses and the noisy bustle of travellers setting off on their journeys.
A short drive from Aylesbury is the magical world of Bekonscott where you can see village England stuck in a 1930's time-warp. This model village is full of finely detailed models and a miniature railway, all set in beautiful landscaped gardens.
At West Wycombe Park you can explore the Italianate home of the Dashwood family. Built in the 18th-century this Palladian house is set in the charming village of West Wycombe. Both house and village are frequently used for films and TV shows. Close to the house are the hand-dug Hell Fire Caves once the setting for the mysterious activities of Sir Francis Dashwood's Hell Fire Club.
At the Chiltern Open Air Museum you can combine a morning of history with an afternoon spent exploring the open countryside of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Old houses, schools, churches and workshops have been saved from the surrounding area and recreated in a village setting.
Past industries in Aylesbury have included flour milling, needle making, lace production and clockmaking. With the arrival of the Grand Union Canal, heavy engineering began in the town later followed by car production. Today the biggest employment sectors are retail and the Arla Foods Megadairy. A market still meets in the town four days a week. The Gateway Conference Centre is a modern venue with five versatile spaces that can be adapted to host exhibitions, conferences, concerts and private functions.
Below are the quick answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. Please be reminded that every country has slightly different rules and regulations, so for the most specific and detailed information pertaining to your desired rental please visit our rental information page.
We have a wide range of insurance options, including Third Party Liability, Loss Damage Waiver, Glass and Windscreen cover, and Roadside Protection. Please check our country-specific rental information for further details on the limits and amount deductible for each type of cover.