Car Rental Dublin City
Car rental at Dublin City from €14/day*. Book with Irish Car Rentals for low cost car and van rental in Dublin City Centre.
Irish Car Rentals office is located in Spencer Dock where you can rent a car Dublin city center.
As soon as you walk through our city centre car hire office doors, you'll be met by an informed and friendly staff, who will be at your disposal for the duration of your journey with us.
Irish Car Rentals offers cheap car and van rental in a convenient location in Dublin. We also have an office at Dublin airport and one way car rental is an additional fee. For example, collecting from the city centre and dropping off at the airport or any of our locations in Ireland.
PRICE PROMISE: We will not be beaten on price
Irish Car Rentals offers a price promise on all car rental in Dublin City.
We will match or better any quotes from a direct car hire supplier in Republic of Ireland.
Call Irish Car Rentals to verify the quote you received. Read more our price promise.
Along with our exceptional customer service, our 2021 comprehensive, competitively priced fleet will accommodate all manner of driver and journey. We are amply stocked with a vast collection of cars, SUVs and vans - manual and automatic.
Cheap car rental rates & a full range of rental cars, catered to meet budget and space requirements needs.
Dublin Van Rental Service
Irish Car Rentals offers the following van to rent Dublin; Ford Connect Cube and Ford Transit vans. These are ideal for those looking to transport large items or for a commercial van hire use. Midweek or on weekends, short as one day or long term rental are available.
Guide on Dublin City, Ireland
Overlooking the River Liffey, and a stone's throw from the iconic Samuel Beckett Bridge, Irish Car Rentals is sandwiched between the ultra-modern Convention Centre and the storied Central Bank.
Whether you're a first-time visitor or regular frequenter of Dublin City centre, there is no end to the scope for adventure, enlightenment and fun.
And, behind the wheel of the right car, Ireland's intimate, but boisterous capital unravels beautifully before you - revealing her wonderful sights, sounds and citizens. At every turn, you'll encounter the city's past and present, as bygone eras and contemporary culture overlap seamlessly.
Drive the Dublin Coast
Ireland's west coast might be the more celebrated but, just beyond the confines of Dublin City Centre, winding roads skirt stunning seascapes and lead to quaint, but vibrant villages. When the weather permits, thousands of visitors - domestic and from abroad - flock to Malahide, Dalkey and Killiney to soak in the easy-going vibes, stroll along the picturesque promenades and indulge in the sumptuous seafood at local restaurants and pubs.
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