Car Rental Cork
Book with Irish Car Rentals for low cost car rental in Cork City.
The Irish Car Rentals branch is located in the heart of Cork City, offering customers cheap car rental and a wide range of cars & vans in an easily accessible location. See map below with the branch address listed. Should your travel plans require as much, you have the option to return your car hire to any of our large network of nationwide locations – just specify this when making your reservation.
Irish Car Rentals offers a price promise - "We Will Not Be Beaten on Price" on Cork car rental. We will match or better any quotes from another direct car rental supplier in Republic of Ireland. We believe you will not be able to beat Irish Car Rentals' rates however if you can - please call Irish Car Rentals to verify the quote you received. Read more here
Car Hire Fleet
With our cheap rates, you can budget for your car hire and the fleet is supplied by Europcar so we are delighted to offer an unrivalled, competitively-priced selection of cars, SUVs and people-carriers, in manual, automatic and various sizes.
Our fleet has an average age of eight months or less so, regardless of the vehicle you choose, it will be among the latest models available.
Van Hire in Cork city is available through Irish Car Rentals, small or large commercial van hire. These vans vehicles fleet are available; Ford Connect Cube Van and a Ford Transit. You can hire vans midweek or on weekends, short as one day or long term hire.
Cork City, Ireland
Cork is Ireland's 'second city', and it serves as an excellent base from which to explore the southern countryside and coastline of the country. With rent a car Cork at your disposal, you can fully explore the whole of Cork County, beginning with the core attractions in the city and then branching out into outlying areas.
Cork is known for its young, multicultural and generous atmosphere, in spite of the many ancient buildings and fiendishly narrow streets, and is often described as a creative and artistic mecca for musicians, storytellers and poets. The city centre balances steadily on its island in the middle of the River Lee, dividing the town with smooth river channels that bisect up the main throughways which are, in turn, linked to each other by ancient alleyways that give the design a very medieval impression, despite its vibrant and cosmopolitan feel. St. Patrick’s Street, originally a direct channel to the river, now connects Cork’s restaurants, shops, pubs and cafés going both north and south of the city centre.
Irish Car Rentals also has a branch for Car rental in Cork Airport.
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