- Guide on visiting Ireland
- Guide on visiting Northern Ireland
- Guide on visiting Dublin
- Dublin Airport
- Shannon Airport
- Cork Airport
- Knock Airport
- Kerry Airport
- About Phoenix Park
- About Aviva stadium
- About Bord Gais
- About Croke Park stadium
- About Trad Music
- About Guinness
- About Aran Islands
- Visitng Bunratty Castle
- About Castles in Ireland
Ireland Driving Distances
Planning your trips to Ireland and hiring a car to see the remote areas can be easy, Irish Car Rentals has provided an distance chart where journey times chart and an driving distance calculator to help you plan efficiently.
It is worth mentioning now that traffic in Ireland, especially during the peak tourist seasons in June, July, August and September can be very heavy around our major cities and tourist attractions. Please allow plenty of time to cover the journey.
To use, simply select your departure point, then your arrival point. The distance will then be displayed. You can then toggle between driving distances in miles or driving distances in kilometers.
The distance journey times chart gives you a rough idea how long it would take from one destination to another, we have listed the most common places in Ireland.
Please bear in mind these are informational guides. Irish Car Rental locations can be found on the map below;
Scenic driving routes : One of the best ways to explore Ireland is by taking road trips, we have complied a couple Ireland's scenic drives to get you started!
- Sky Road - "The Capital of Connemara", County Galway
- Slea Head - Drive on the Dingle Peninsula, County Kerry
- Healy Pass - The Healy Pass is a winding mountain road between Adrigole in Co. Cork and Lauragh in Co. Kerry
- Ring of Beara - Located on the Beara Peninsula, Co. Kerry and Co. Cork with 137km driving route
- Causeway Coastal Route - The Causeway Coastal Route offers an epic tour of the Northern Ireland coast
- Lough Inagh Drive - 165 km of the Galway coast
- Wild Atlantic Way - Ireland’s first and only 2,500km driving route, which will stretch along the Atlantic coast from Donegal to West Cork.