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Dublin airport car hire

Airport Code: DUB


Dublin Airport is located in Collinstown, 10 km north of Dublin city centre, Ireland. It is the country's main international airport, having received over 23 million passengers 2007, most of them from international airports.

Dublin Airport is growing rapidly. This growth matched Ireland's economical growth from early 90's. The airport has had to adapt to the growing passengers number; thus it is almost always under construction. The airport has two terminals handling flights to London, Manchester, Paris, Amsterdam, and different cities in Spain, New York, among others.

Airlines serving to and from Dublin Airport include Rynair, Aer Lingus, Air Europa, Delta Airlines.

Discover Dublin in comfort and freedom. Make your selection among our many options: 7 seater, 9 seater, minibus or minivan, all of them to make your trip safe and adjusted to your needs. Book your Dublin car hire today with us and get cheap car hire in Dublin, Ireland and great deals. 

For car rental in Dublin, Ireland; car rental facilities can be found in Dublin Airport Main Terminal, at the Arrivals hall, a very convenient location to collect your Dublin Airport car hire after arriving.

Companies operating their vehicle pickup and return services directly from these facilities include:

  • Europcar
  • Avis 
  • Budget 
  • Hertz 
  • Sixt
  • 353 Car Rental

Pre-booked car rental companies at the airport include:

  • Thrifty Car Rental
  • Enterprise Rent-a-Car
  • County Car Rentals
  • Dan Dooley Car Hire Ireland

The daily opening hours for all car rental companies are 06.00hrs - 23.00 hrs. Rent a car from Dublin Airport or book today and benefit of great Dublin Airport cheap car rental deals.


Additional Airport Information

Airport Name: Dublin, Ireland

Airport Code: DUB

Telephone: +353 (0)1 814 1111

Distance: Dublin city || 6.2 Miles / 10 km / 20 minutes by rental car from Downtown Dublin

Address: County Dublin, Ireland

Timezone: GMT+0

Population: 1,661,185

Attractions

Dublin Castle

__Dublin CastleOriginally built in the 13th century where once was a Viking settlement, the castle served as a fortress, a prison, a treasure and as headquarters for the Irish Administration during 700 years. Rebuilt during the 17th, 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, Dublin Castle is used today to celebrate important State receptions.

_ _State's apartments, the storage room, crafts shop and the restaurant are open for visitors.

This and other monuments in Dublin are always more accessible in a rental car in Dublin, Ireland. In your own car you will be able to choose your paths and your schedules touring Dublin, Ireland.

National Gallery

Situated in Kildare Street, it is considered to be one of Europe's most important galleries with over 2.600 works of both Irish and international artists displayed. In the entrance you'll find the statute of Irish writer George Bernard Shaw, who left one third of his work in this gallery.

Galleries in Dublin, Ireland are all reachable by rental car collected in Dublin Airport, Ireland.

National Museum

National Museum of IrelandFree entrance and located in three different buildings: Kildare Street, Merrion Street and Collins Barracks headquarters, it's a bit far but it's worth to stop by when visiting Phoenix Park.

It houses the major Irish treasures and antiques, such as Tara's brooch and Ardagh's chalice, among many other Celtic, Danish Viking and even Roman treasures.

Dublin is a city full of history everywhere you go. Make sure to tour the sites in the comfort of a personal transportation. From Dublin Airport hire a car and begin exploring the marvels in Dublin, Ireland.

Day Trips

A Visit to Avondale House

In Wicklow County you'll find this beautiful, majestic residence built in 1777. Avondale House, is a gregorian style house designed by James Wyatt with original pieces that make it a true museum of that time. It's located within a magnificent 2 square kilometre forest park full of winding paths which you can tour peacefully, enjoying nature for about 5 hours. With a cheap car hire in Dublin, Ireland you will find easy to get here.Avondale House, in Dublin

For information call +353 (0)404 46111.

 

 

 

Website: http://www.coillte.ie/tourism_and_recreation/ww_avondale_home_parnell.htm

Fort Lucan Outdoor Adventureland

This is an adventure playground, fully supervised, where the goal is to have a fun family day. Some of the features include Water Slide, Crazy Golf, Go-Karting, 40 Foot Slide. A great number of options for the younger members, as well as a cafe and shop.

How to get there with a rental car in Dublin: 

From South Dublin, take the N4 to Lucan, cross the Liffey at Lucan Village. Just after the bridge, turn right onto the Strawberry Beds road. Signs will lead from here.

From North Dublin, take the N3 to Blanchardstown. Drive to Clonsilla Village, and take the road from Clonsilla to Lucan. Fort Lucan will be on your left 1 mile from Clonsilla. Signs will lead from here. So let the games begin!

Children: €7.50
Adults: €3 (incl. tea/coffee)
Under 2s: Free. 
Ask for group deals. 

Hotels

The Clearence Hotel

6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2, Ireland

Tel: +353 1 407 0800 / Fax: +353 1 407 0820

Merrion Hotel

Hotel Class 5*

Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2, Ireland 

Tel: +353 1 603 0600  Fax +353 1 603 0700

Clontarf Castle Hotel

Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3. 

Tel: + 353 (0)1 8332321** Fax: + 353 (0)1 8330418 **


Airlines Providing Airport Services to Dublin, Ireland


  • Adria Airways
  • Aer Arann
  • Aer Lingus
  • Air Baltic
  • Air Canada
  • Air France
  • Air Southwest
  • Air Transat
  • American Airlines
  • BMI
  • Cityjet
  • Continental
  • Danube Wings
  • Delta
  • Etihad Airways
  • Flybe
  • Germanwings
  • Iberia
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