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Location information for Reading

The Berkshire town of Reading is situated at the confluence of two rivers, the River Kennet and the River Thames. The thriving town is an educational centre, with two universities, and a burgeoning economic centre. Reading is off the M4 motorway, 40 miles west of London. An ideal means of reaching alternate destinations in the area is with cheap car hire in Reading.

Reading is a pleasing town with architecturally imposing buildings which include the remains of a 12th century abbey and the red-brick Gothic style Town Hall. Reading contains a plethora of retail outlets in its streets and in a recently constructed shopping centre.

Both local and national car rental companies maintain service centres in Reading. To get cheap car hire in Reading browse online car rental comparison web sites. Reading houses several museums including the Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology, which has exhibits of Greek and Egyptian artifacts; and the Museum of English Rural Life. The Town Hall also houses a museum and art gallery.

Opportunities for shopping in Reading are provided in the Broad Street area and at the town’s Oracle Complex. Household names such as House of Fraser are represented in the town. There is a good choice of restaurants and cafés in the Oracle Complex, in Broad Street and at St Mary's Butts. Most of Reading’s drinking establishments are on Friar Street.

Reading is in an ideal location for day trips to Dinston Pastures Country Park, Mapledurham House and Watermill, and Oxford. These and other destinations in the region can be reached using a car rental vehicle. Another tourist activity in Reading is taking a cruise on the River Thames.