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Car rental at Dublin Airport

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Popular car groups at Dublin Airport

Small, practical and easy to park, economy cars are ideal for driving through busy city streets. Check out these examples and compare prices:

  • Ford Focus - 5 Seats

    Ford Focus

    5 2
  • Fiat Panda - 4 Seats

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  • Fiat 500 - 4 Seats

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  • Ford Fiesta - 5 Seats

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Dublin (DUB)


Co. Dublyn

Dublin, Ireland

Among the top ten busiest airports in Europe, Dublin Airport (about 10km north of the city centre) is a popular pick-up location for people who want to explore Ireland’s west coast — the beautiful town of Wicklow is around an hour south, while the picturesque seaside resort of Bray can be reached in just 40 minutes.

The airport serves up to 80,000 passengers a day, and we help lots of travellers find and compare cheap car hire deals from all major car hire brands as well as local Irish companies.

Finding the best deal

In one easy search you can compare car hire at Dublin Airport to find a company offering the cheapest deal as well as access customer reviews. These reviews are a great source of help and advice if you are unsure which company to hire with — we understand that it’s not always easy to choose the right company.

Search today and compare prices from companies including Avis, Budget and Europcar; use our search tools to quickly find a car (with enough space for your luggage and family) from a company you are comfortable with, and book with to ensure you are getting the best price at Dublin Airport.

Choice of cars

Whether you want a convenient economy car (small and easy to park), a spacious estate or intermediate car (ideal for several large bags) or even a 9-seater people carrier, there are plenty of cars to choose from — including cheap automatics.

To make searching even easier, you can filter the results to show cars best-suited to your needs; simply use the side bar to show cars by supplier, rating, pick-up location, fuel policy, size and specifications.

Tips and advice

  • 1
    The pick-up counters are in the airport’s car rental centre.
  • 2
    The full-to-full fuel policy is the ideal policy if you are keen to avoid hidden fuel charges. Simply refill the tank just before the end of the rental and you won’t pay any extra fuel fees when you drop the car off.
  • 3
    When you leave the airport, you can either join the M50 taking you into Dublin or the M1 heading northwards.
  • 4
    When booking your hire car, don’t forget to consider how many of you will be travelling and how much luggage you will each be taking.
  • 5
    Try to avoid driving in Dublin during rush hour, as roads can get very congested.
  • 6
    Be aware of the extensive one-way systems in the city centre.
  • 7
    If you are unfamiliar with the area, you might want to request a GPS (or bring your own).
  • 8
    Like the UK, people in Ireland drive on the left - don't forget to take care checking for traffic coming from the opposite way if you aren't used to driving on the left.
  • 9
    Don’t forget to explore some of Dublin’s trendy suburbs, where you will find many upmarket shops and restaurants — Donnybrook and Ballsbridge are well worth a visit.

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