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Driving Holidays in Scotland
The first thing that people who are planning driving holidays in Scotland will need to do is plan an itinerary. Those who take the time to do this will find that they choose a good scenic route that does not require them to drive around in circles in order to get to their destination. One way travelers can save time on this is activity is by purchasing a route from a website that specializes in driving holidays in Scotland. Secret-scotland.com has numerous routes available for sale at low rates. Buyers can expect to spend about €10 on a route. An added bonus is that customers get 10% off their car rental if they book with the company recommended by the website. They also give customers a list of recommended accommodations.
Once an itinerary has been planned it is time to book a rental car. The best way to find the lowest price is to use a rental car comparison website such as carrentals.co.uk. As at the 31st of July 2011, the cheapest car in Glasgow was approximately €50 a day. This website is an excellent resource as it only searches well-known and trusted companies.
As holidaymakers will generally be driving through the countryside it will not always be possible to stay in hotels. This is where a bed and breakfast facility will come in handy. A night at a B&B is an excellent way to stay in small towns and get to know the lay of the land. Bed and breakfasts can be booked on the website scotlandsbestbandbs.co.uk.