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We deal with a number of car hire companies (including Avis, Budget and Sixt) to bring you exclusive prices on car hire in Dublin. You will find a great choice of cars on our site, including luxury vehicles and people carriers. You can be sure you’re getting a great car at a great price when you book with us.
Just use the simple search form to tell us when you need a car, and we will compare prices at pick-up locations across Dublin. We pride ourselves on being impartial, so we show customer reviews next to each car listing; this means you can see which companies our customers trust and recommend the most, assisting your decision when choosing who to rent with.
The majority of the companies we work with in Dublin have been rated as ‘very good’ by our customers. We ask customers to rate the supplier in seven key areas, including the condition of the car, the efficiency of the counter staff and the overall value for money offered. Some of the suppliers who scored the best in Dublin are Avis, CARHIRE.ie and Europcar.
Dundalk: An hour north of Dublin, Dundalk is situated close to the border with Northern Ireland. The town is home to numerous churches, a museum dedicated to the history of Louth and the Cooley Whiskey visitor centre (remember: don’t drink and drive!). There’s also a stadium where you can watch horse racing and greyhound racing if you wish.
Wicklow Mountains National Park: About an hour south of Dublin, the Wicklow Mountains National Park exudes natural beauty, and is the largest continuous upland area in Ireland. Escape the hustle and bustle of Dublin and spend a day discovering the flora and fauna conserved in the park.
Bray: Just 45 minutes from Dublin, Bray is a popular seaside town with plenty to occupy visitors young and old. Some of the town’s most popular attractions include the Sea Life Centre, the stone beach and Bray Head — why not climb to the top of Bray Head and admire the spectacular views over the bay?