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Once a quaint village, Ealing is now a posh area in West London. Known as the ‘Queen of Suburbs’, it flaunts gorgeous Victorian homes, an upscale food scene, serene urban green spaces, an intriguing comedy scene, and some of the oldest film studios in the world. You can book your preferred car hire in advance with Enjoy Travel for a seamless trip to Ealing.

Overview of Ealing

What is Ealing famous for?

Ealing is famous for its film studios, the Ealing Studios. They’re the oldest film studios in the world, producing hits like Notting Hill and St Trinian’s, Doctor Who and Monty Python's Flying Circus.

Best time to visit

Head there in the summer (June – September) to make the most of Ealing’s festivals like Greenford Carnival, Ealing’s Beer Festival, Acton Carnival, and Ealing Jazz Festival.

What's nearby Ealing?

Enjoy the genius of Sir John Soane

One of the most brilliant architects and thinkers of the Regency era, Sir John Soane’s restored and Grade-I listed Georgian mansion is open to visitors. The 19th-century Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery allows you a fascinating insight into the life of this neo-classical designer. After exploring the museum, take a reflective walk through the attached Walpole Gardens, which was also designed by Sir John Soane.

Visit the historical Ealing Studios

Famous for being one of the oldest film studios in the world, Ealing Studios is best known for Ealing comedies like Passport to Pimlico and The Lavender Hill Mob. Contemporary cinephiles may recognise the location as a set for famous movies and TV series like Doctor Who, Monty Python’s Flying Circus and Downtown Abbey.

Eating out in Ealing

Ealing is home to one of the largest Polish and Sikh populations in London and this is reflected in the cuisine. For unbeatable Polish gastro food, head to Galicja Restaurant or 4 Babki for Polish food “just like momma made it”. Try the pierogi and zurek. For a delectable Sikh fare, balle (“hurrah” in Punjabi) on down to Rangrez or India India for a sarson ka saag that is worth writing home about.

Getting about in Ealing

Public transit in London is provided by Transport for London (TfL). The main tube stations are Ealing Common, Ealing Broadway, Acton Town and North Ealing. You can also hire Santander bikes from one of the many docking stations in Ealing. For the best weekend deals on car hire, book your vehicle in advance with Enjoy Travel.

Where to park in Ealing?

There are a few on-street parking spaces with pay and display meters, but most parking spaces are restricted to residents or those with visitor permits. Go to < ahref="https://www.ealing.gov.uk/site/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener">www.ealing.gov.uk for more information.

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FAQs about car hire in Ealing

Most frequently asked questions about hiring a car in Ealing

Prices average around £25 per day for a small car in Ealing if you book in advance.
The cheapest car sold in Ealing was £8.75 per day, but note the price changes depending on the demand at the time you book so try and book in advance.
The most popular type of car hire in Ealing is a VW Golf
Ealing to LHR is about 10.9 miles.
Ealing is located in West London, within the Borough of Ealing. It is bordered by Wembley to the north, Hounslow to the south, Notting Hill to the east, and Hayes to the west.
The closest airport to Ealing is London Heathrow International Airport (LHR), which is 7.1 miles away.