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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
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Hertz in Dublin

Dublin is the Republic of Ireland’s capital, is on the east coast and at the mouth of the river Liffey. Dublin is a fascinating blend of the medieval and the modern with plenty of attractions such as Dublin Castle, now the seat of the UK Government’s administration in Ireland and Temple Bar, the nightlife and cultural quarter, both in the heart of the city. Discover Dublin, its past, its present and a city with a vibrant future with a Hertz car rental in Dublin.

Driving in Dublin can be somewhat of an adventure. Many streets are one way, street signs can be confusing and there are some surprising curves. Factor in the pedestrians, the tourists and the congestion common to many cities and you may find it slightly requiring more focus. Having said that, Dublin locals are incredibly friendly for capital city folk, and are more than willing to help if you get lost. The city is also quite compact, so with a bit of Irish luck and a lot of looking ahead, your Hertz car rental in Dublin will add a bit of excitement to your trip to this most energetic of cities.

Driving and Parking in Dublin

You will need a full driving license and must be over 21 to rent a car in Dublin. If you are from outside the European Union you will also need an International Driving Permit (IDP). For more information about driving regulations in Dublin, take a look at our page about renting a car in the Republic of Ireland.

There are a number of parking options in Dublin. Street parking is available but make sure you check the signs and parking meter on the side of the street that you park, as these will show you the days and times you have to pay to park. You are not allowed to park on double yellow lines at any time.

Alternatively there are a number of large car parks located throughout the city. Q-Park Ireland on Marlborough Street is open 24 hours while Grand Canal Square car park at Chimney View, Grand Canal quay is open until midnight. The cost and length of time you can park in the city varies so always make sure you read and observe the signs and regulations.

 

Pickup Locations Dublin

  • Dublin City Centre -– Baggot Street Bridge

    Opening hours: (Seasonal Location)From 7 March until 6 November: Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa-Su 0900-1400 /// From 7 November until 6 March: Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa 0900-1300, Su Closed

    Address: 2 Haddington Road

    Phone: 353-1-6687566

  • Dublin Airport-Terminal 1 And 2

    Opening hours: Mo-Su 0500-0100.

    Address: Airport

    Phone: 353-1-8445466

  • Dublin City Centre-South Circular Road

    Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1730, Sa 0900-1630, Su 0900-1530

    Address: 151-157 South Circular Road

    Phone: 353-1-7093060

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Driving in and around Dublin

Key Routes

There are so many places to visit in Dublin. Kilmainham Gaol on the Inchiore Road tells stories of Ireland’s past, while Phoenix Park, 3km west of the city centre is an enormous green space which also houses Dublin Zoo. Temple Bar is pedestrianised yet easily accessible by car, while the National Museum of Ireland with an emphasis on Irish art, culture and natural history has three sites in Dublin. For a breath of fresh air head to the National Botanic Gardens on the south bank of the river Tolka and just 5km north west of the city centre, or for a drop of the black stuff (and after you’ve finished driving of course), visit the Guinness Storehouse at St James’s Gate.

Major Highways

Many roads lead to Dublin. Aside from the coast to the east, the city is encircled by the M50 motorway. If coming from the south, you’ll enter via the M11, the N81 and N7 if coming from the south west, the M4 if coming from the west and the M1, N2 or N3 if reaching Dublin from the north. Some roads in Dublin are toll roads, for example the Port Tunnel and East Link Bridge if coming from the airport, while the airport itself is approximately 14km from the centre of the city.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.