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Dublin the capital city of Ireland also known as the city of Guinness as the brewery of Guinness is situated in Dublin. But Dublin has much more to offer, from shopping centres to art museums. A perfect city for weekend get away. To see this city you can rent a cheap rent a car from Dublin Airport with Rentalcargroup.com
Thousands of tourists pour into Dublin each week and is considered to be one of the best city breaks that Europe has to offer. This beautiful city is the capital of Ireland, and has many historical places, restaurants, clubs and anything else that a tourist could want. Tourists come here to see Ha'Penny Bridge, the Chimney at Smithfield, Dublin Zoo, Dublin's Viking Adventure and the Olympia theatre to name a few. See these and more with the help of cost-effective and convenient car rental.
There are a number of hotels, restaurants and apartments here, which a great range of accommodation for all budgets. Tourists can also find many tourist information outlets as at Dublin Tourism Centre and also at Dublin Airport. The buildings of central Dublin feature graceful Georgian architecture and are beautiful to see. The River Liffey divides this gorgeous city into two parts – north and south. In addition, there are also two canals in the city, which are named the Grand Canal and Royal Canal.
The renowned Trinity College and Grafton Street are situated in the northern side of the Irish capital city and are definitely worth a visit. The other popular monuments of Dublin include the National Museum of Ireland, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Powers Court, Castletown House, the National Gallery and Christ Church Cathedral, and are visited by thousands of people every year. Many of them opt for car hire to make the most of their stay.
Temple Bar is the place that is often known as the cultural centre of the city. This beautiful place is known for friendly atmosphere, pubs, bars and good restaurants. Enjoy a traditional Irish meal and drink in one of the pubs and get into the party atmosphere.
Ha'Penny Bridge is a well known Victorian cast-iron bridge, which connects Temple Bar to the Mary and Henry Street shopping district. It has a great place in the heart of every Dubliner and is something of a famous landmark which attracts a large number of tourists. The Chimney at Smithfield is 67 metres tall and is an unusual tourist attraction. Alternatively make the most of Dublin car rental to head over to Dublin's Viking Adventure, the Old Jameson Distillery and Newman House.
Those who love music must visit Ceol - The Irish Traditional Music Centre – while in Dublin. The James Joyce Centre, Merrion Square, Olympia Theatre and Dublin Literary Pub Crawl are also very popular among the Dublin visitors who are interested in the literary heritage of Dublin. Getting around so many attractions can be stressful when relying public transport so why not let Dublin car hire services take the strain? Travel in comfort and have a holiday to remember.
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Car rental tips for Dublin Airport Traffic fines
Be advised that car rental companies block a certain amount on your credit card to cover any unforeseen fee’s like traffic fines or toll fee’s. Meet and greet
Please note that not all car rental agents at Dublin Airport has an office at the Airport, but a representative from the car rental supplier will meet you in the airport terminal at the ‘Meet and Greet’ to take you to your rental car. Currency
When traveling to Dublin we advise to carry some EUR avoid any unwanted surprises. At Dublin Airport there are Money Exchange offices in order to change your local currency. Time zone
The local time code for Dublin is IST. Weather
When traveling to Dublin make sure to check the local weather conditions in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises. Inhabitants
Dublin has approximately 1,110,627 inhabitants.A rental car for every occasion
Just for a visit or going to a meeting/convention with colleagues; There are several types of rental cars available for you. We can supply a rental car for 1 person or even up to 9 persons. Cheap economic cars or more exclusive cars; there will always be the right car of your choice.My flight arrives at midnight. Are there still car rental agents open then?
For most locations it is possible to take a rental car out of office hours. When making a booking you can select the pick up time. If the pick up time is after opening hours, please check if there is an out of hours fee applicable. This fee must be paid on arrival directly to the car rental company. You can find the information in the detailed terms and conditions.Travel restrictions in Dublin Airport for my car rental
You are not allowed to drive your rental car in prohibited areas, or driving on ice, unbridged rivers and streams, foreshores and other off-road terrains. Please ask the local car rental company for any possible restrictions.What documentation do I need to rent a car in Dublin Airport
A valid driving license in the name of the main driver and additional drivers is required, held for a minimum year requirement. An International License is also required, along with your own home license if you are renting out of the country where your home license was issued. Please always check in your own country for full details and requirements on where to obtain one.
Also a credit card in the name of the main driver is needed when you want to rent a car.No credit card fees and free cancellation for car rentals in Dublin Airport
FREE CANCELLATION of your booking up to 7 days after your reservations has been confirmed, if your rental starts in less than 7 days you can cancel for free up to 48 hours before the rental starts. Rentalcargroup.com does not charge any credit card fees or booking fees.
Travel tips for Dublin Airport
Dublin is well known for its Jameson Whisky and Guinness beer has a lot to offer for you as a tourist. Founded by the Vikings its now a big city with more than a million inhabitants.
- If you want to know everything from Guinness and have a pint, visit Guinness Storehouse, 7 floors and a fantastic panoramic view
- If you are interested in art go to the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
- The biggest entertainment district is called Temple Bar, do not forget to order a classic Irish Pie.
- For shopping go to the Henry Street and Grafton Street
- A nice square is the Smithfield with the Jameson Tower (part of the old distillery)
- The Phoenix Park is a large park surrounded by a big wall with the palace of the Irish President and the Dublin Zoo.