Cheap Car Hire in Dublin
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The road system of Ireland's capital is so easy to navigate that a hire car in Dublin is truly the only way to explore everything this cosmopolitan and vibrant city has to offer.
Dublin International Airport, located 10kms north of the city centre, is Ireland's busiest and offers several flights to European and North American destinations. Dublin to London has now become the world's busiest flying route! The airport is also the main pick-up spot for most car hire companies. To find cheap car hire in Dublin, booking in advance is highly recommended in order to avoid last minute deals at the airport.
After picking up your hire car in Dublin, begin exploring the modern restaurants and shops as well as the proud historic past and lively pub scene of this legendary city.
Car hire in Dublin makes it possible to easily travel to historic sites such as the 13th century Dublin Castle and the O'Connell Street post office, site of the 1916 uprising leading to Ireland's independence from the UK. Fans of Joyce, Yeats, and other legendary Irish writers will enjoy the Dublin Literary tour.
Dublin's Temple Bar nightlife has earned its party reputation, and offers everything from lively Irish pubs to more sedate restaurants. Beer fans can even learn more about Ireland's most famous stout at the St James's Gate Guinness Brewery, which features a museum, and even free samples. Just be sure not to drive your hire car in Dublin if you've had too much to drink, though!.
The beautiful grounds of Trinity College and Phoenix Park are ideal places to park your hire car in Dublin and relax after a long day of sightseeing or long night on the town. Phoenix Park, which also includes a zoo and a castle, is almost twice as large as New York City's Central Park.
The picturesque seaside towns of Bray and Howth, Wiklow's stunning green rolling hills, and the town of Kilkenny (home to the famous Rock of Cashel) are the region's most popular daytrips, and are all easily accessible with car hire in Dublin.
Dublin generally experiences cool summers, mild winters, and a temperate climate. May and June are usually the most pleasant months to visit, when Dublin receives up to 19 hours of sunshine each day. The city doesn't receive as much rain as London or western Ireland, and snow is typically rare.