Situated in the heart of rural Buckinghamshire, Aylesbury is located in the middle of England. It's conveniently positioned midway between the M40 and the M1, with the A41 and A418 providing good access to both of the major motorways. Aylesbury is also a popular choice for London commuters who benefit from a direct rail service to London Marylebone.
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Thanks to a whim of King Henry VIII's in 1529, Aylesbury is the county town of Buckinghamshire (rather than Buckingham). Aylesbury was an important market town in medieval times and its historic and picturesque market square is well worth a visit. Tourists are also drawn to the burial place of St Osyth and to the historic St Marys Church.
Aylesbury is located in the heart of Buckinghamshire and is surrounded by rolling, rural countryside, including the Chiltern Hills and of course the Vale of Aylesbury. It's a great area for walking, cycling and fishing and fans of canal boats will also be aware that the Grand Union Canal runs through Aylesbury itself. Golfers won't be disappointed either - the town is bracketed to the north and south by the Aylesbury Golf Centre and the Aylesbury Park Golf Club.
As is so often the case, Aylesbury has expanded over the years, meaning that surrounding villages such as Quarrendon, Hartwell and Broughton are now (nearly) merged with Aylesbury itself. Outlying areas such as Kingsbury, Stone and Stoke Mandeville are popular and as the town continues to expand outwards, so are its van hire services.
Van hire in Aylesbury is readily available - you should be able to hire all the following from local van rental companies: