Book cheap car rental deals in Ireland through us!
|Required documents for car rental:||Valid driving license|
|Minimum driving experience:||2 years|
|Minimum car rental age:||21 years|
|Young driver’s surcharge:||Below 25 years|
Book a car rental through VIPCars.com at the cheapest rates for your next Irish trip as it will add flexibility to your trip with so many added benefits and deals by top suppliers. Choose from a wide range of cars including 7 and 9 seaters, pick or drop the car at any of the locations in Ireland including central city locations as well as major airports.
We provide cars in Ireland from both automatic and manual categories along with car rentals falling under every kind of budget. While booking, we let the customers add on extra facilities to the car rental such as a child seat, GPS and additional driver. Lastly, if you are planning to rent a car in Ireland then do not miss the opportunity of driving on the iconic Wild Atlantic Way.
Our car rental companies in Ireland
There is a plenty of car rental companies we work with to provide you with the best deals in Ireland.
- Alamo Rent a Car
- Budget Car Rental
- Enterprise Rent-A-Car
- National Car Rental
Insurances included with an Ireland car rental
All of our car rentals in Ireland, come with a set of inclusions that include insurances like Third Party Liability (TPL), Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and Theft Waiver (THW). These are not fixed, suppliers provide a different set of inclusions with every deal. Apart from these insurances, inclusions comprise of other benefits such as unlimited mileage and tax.
Our top car rental locations in Ireland
- Dublin Airport
- Shannon Airport
- Cork Airport
- Dublin downtown
- Galway downtown
- Cork downtown
Requirements for renting a car in Ireland
21 years is the minimum car rental age in Ireland while 75 years being the maximum. Renters below 25 years and more than 70 years of age have to pay an additional surcharge. Although, age requirements vary from supplier to supplier, it depends on the car category as well.
For renting a car in Ireland, a valid driver’s license held for at least 2 years is needed. People with licenses from US, Canadian, Australian and all EU member states do not require to produce an international driver’s permit. An international driving license accompanied by a driving license is needed if the license is not in the Roman script.
Itinerary for a suggested 7-day road trip in Ireland
Days 1 & 2
Cork- Drive to Cork from Dublin via Glendalough, Kinsale & Cobh
Dingle - Drive to Dingle via exploring the Beara Peninsula
Killarney- Killarney can be reached in just an hour from Dingle
Days 5, 6 & 7
Connemara- Reach Connemara after enjoying the wonderful Cliffs of Moher and Galway city
Travel guide to Ireland
The second-largest of the British Isles, Ireland is a small island country in Europe’s North Atlantic region with fantastic natural landscapes and super friendly locals. This country has many picturesque locations which are enough to sweep you off your feet, making Ireland into one of the most beautiful countries in the world. If you are in Ireland then you ought to see the serene Connemara, picture-perfect Donegal, the gigantic Mourne mountains, the must-see landscapes of Kerry & Cork counties and the famous Causeway Coast.
Why you should rent a car in Ireland?
Whether you should rent a car or not, it depends on your requirements in Ireland as well as your personal preferences.
- If you are looking forward to exploring the interior of Ireland especially the countryside then a car rental is a must as there is no better option. With a car rental, you can take road trips on the not-so-famous roads of Ireland which are actually, one of its best.
- Driving in Ireland is not a big task as you will get accustomed to its way of driving within a short span of time. If you drive a car as a part of your routine then you must go for a rental car as it will make your Irish trip into a comfortable one.
- Renting a car from a reputed company should mean that your experience will be carefree.
- Depending on public transportation is not always a good idea as it can get you hassled due to the waiting time and difficulty in luggage handling.
- Renting a car saves a lot of your time. Booking a car for a longer time period enables you to save more money as the per day cost will be lesser.
Popular tourist destinations in the Republic of Ireland
Dublin is the capital city of Ireland with many museums, the Book of Kells and the Dublin Castle.
Galway is a city with Eyre Square, St. Nicholas’ Church and a bustling art culture.
Cork is known for its gaol of the 1800s, bells of the Shandon Church and the famous stone of Blarney Castle.
A town in the southwest of Ireland known for Killernay National Park, the Muckross House and the Ross Castle.
A city with touristy sites like King John’s Castle and St. Mary’s Church.
A medieval town known for its pubs, bars, churches, the Kilkenny Castle and its local crafts.
Top things to do in Ireland
- Cliffs of Moher
- Ring of Kerry
- Guinness Storehouse
- Dingle Peninsula
- Temple Bar
- Dublin Castle
- Rock of Cashel
- Phoenix Park
- St Stephen's Green
- Kylemore Abbey
- Powerscourt Estate
- Kilmainham Gaol
- Connemara National Park
- Killarney National Park
- Malahide Castle
- St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin