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Car hire Dublin
Car hire Dublin

By far the largest city in Ireland, Dublin is the cultural, financial, and political centre of the country. The city is cloaked in history, but still manages to radiate a vibrant, modern persona. Driving in and around the city will get tourists to Dublin’s landmarks faster, so compare car hire prices and deals before arrival to save money.

Transport

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Dublin International Airport is in the northern reaches of the city, and is Ireland’s main gateway. Public transportation in Dublin is not great, but it’s improving with each passing year. Walking is still the preferred option for sightseeing the centre of town, while exploring the countryside surrounding the city is only attainable by car hire in Dublin.

Car Hire Dublin

There are plenty of beautiful counties that surround Dublin, so having access to a private vehicle is recommended for tourists. The scenic drives to places like Meath and Kildare are worth the trip alone. Car rental in Dublin is becoming more popular due to its reliability and affordability. Suppliers in the city include Budget, Hertz, Sixt and Advantage.

Driving

Avoid driving in the city centre altogether as traffic can be tight throughout Dublin. Roads outside the downtown districts of the city are more open and inviting for travelling. They are generally safe and in great condition. Annoying parking issues in the city are not a problem in the outer areas of Dublin.

Things To See and Do

Head to County Meath, just 45kms away from Dublin, to view an impressive display of megalithic tombs. Tourists who enjoy the outdoors should head directly to Wicklow, which boasts some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Ireland, hence its nickname the ‘Garden of Ireland’. Also, Howth is a great spot close to the city, at only 14kms from the capital.

Best Time To Visit

Anytime of the year is fine to visit Dublin, as the city boasts a relatively stable climate and temperature between 14°C and 17°C. However, the summer months of May through to August are more conducive for travelling than December to February, when daytime temperatures are only about 3C.