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Car rental Ireland

Car hire at the republic of Ireland

Ireland is a European country that covers about 80 percent of the eponymous island. The other twenty percent of this island includes Northern Ireland, which belongs to the United Kingdom. It is often referred to as the Republic of Ireland. This beautiful country is ideal to explore by a rental car. If you plan to travel by car rental in Ireland, compare the rates of car hire in Ireland at holidaycars.com and make an early booking with no hidden costs.

Get to see hte highest point of Ireland's westcoast with car rental

Ireland's west coast largely consists of low mountains, steep cliff coasts and lumpy hills. The highest point is Mount Carrauntoohil in the southwest. The country's inland part is relatively flat and is intersected by lakes and rivers, including the longest river in the country, River Shannon at 360.5 km.

Visit Ireland's capital, Dublin with your rental car

As the country's capital, a visit is a must. Originally founded by the Vikings, Dublin is now the country's historical, economic and cultural center. The name comes from Dubh Linn, which is in Old Irish for “black pool”. Listed by the GaWC as a global city, Dublin boasts many impressive landmarks, monuments, parks and a vibrant nightlife. The center is relatively small which can be navigated by foot. But to explore the large city to the fullest, car rental is the best option.

Brú na Bóinne

You can rent a car in Ireland and visit Brú na Bóinne. This is an archaeological site near the River Boyne in county, and in 1993 it was declared as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Containing a number of Neolithic buildings, including the burial mounds of Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth, it is the largest and one of the most important prehistoric megalithic sites in Europe.


the monastery of Gleann Dá Locha

Visit this beautiful monastery that is easily accessible by car rental in Ireland. It is located in the picturesque Glendalough valley in the Wicklow Mountains, about 40 kilometers south of Dublin. The name of Glendalough is derived from the Irish Gleann Dá Locha. It is one of the stage locations of the Wicklow Way, a long distance footpath through the Wicklow Mountains.


The Cliffs of Moher

Car rental in Ireland is the best way of exploring the coast. The Cliffs of Moher are among the highest cliff coasts in Europe. The cliffs rise 120 meters in from the Atlantic Ocean. The rocks consist of limestone and extend over a length of eight kilometers. The highest point is at 214 m. A round stone tower O'Brien's Tower is at the midpoint of the cliffs. Car rental in Ireland is a guarantee for a great vacation in a hospitable country with ancient traditions.