Car hire in Dublin
Car rental in Dublin
Spanned by the Irish Sea on one side and the stunning Wicklow Mountains on the other, Irelands capital city is a contrast of laid back charm and vibrant energy, a mix of historic attractions and contemporary interests. Whichever side of Dublin you experience, make sure you do it in an Avis car rental.
Heritage & Culture
Begin your journey with a visit to Trinity College at the heart of the city and view the iconic Book of Kells. Immerse yourself in the history of Dublin with a trip to historic attractions such as Kilmainham Gaol and Farmleigh House. For the art lover the National Gallery of Ireland is a must see. Those of a literary disposition will relish a trip to the Chester Beatty library to view the vast collection of old manuscripts and rare books held there. Follow this up by stopping off at the James Joyce centre and learn all there is to know about one of Irelands great literary geniuses. Explore the city's Viking Heritage at the Dublinia Heritage Centre. Take a jaunt out to the seaside village of Malahide, enjoying the coastal view along the way and pay a visit to the wonderful Malahide Castle.
Entertainment & Leisure
With its proximity to the water Dublin is a perfect location for everything from kitesurfing to kayaking and sailing. Coastal locations such as Clontarf, Dun Laoighaire and Howth will provide an extensive range of outdoor activities. You can also enjoy many walking tours and treks that immerse you in the beautiful landscape of the Dublin Mountains. While away a leisurely afternoon perusing the elegant stores on Grafton Street - Dublins main shopping thoroughfare - or take a quick trip out to the extensive array of stores on offer in Dundrum Town Centre. Book in for the Irish Whiskey Tour and delve in to the origins of Irish Whiskey and its popularity across the world. Take in the Guinness Storehouse and learn what makes a pint of the black stuff so legendary worldwide. Make the most of your evenings with a trip to the oldest theatre in Ireland at Smock Alley or experience the elegant surroundings of the long established Olympia Theatre. Dublin is a gourmet's delight and with its wide variety of cafes, bars and restaurants there is something to suit all tastes. For the authentic pub experience visit the Stags Head or Mulligans on Poolbeg Street. You can experience artisan foods and an extensive wine list in the landmark Fallon & Byrne, fine dining in the renowned Chapter One, or modern dining in the contemporary Locks Brasserie by the canal.
Enjoy limitless experiences with an Avis car.