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Hertz Dublin Airport Car Hire

With a rental car the best Dublin, the capital of Ireland, explore opportunity to you. With a population of just under 500,000, Dublin is also the largest city of the island and is located on the eastern coast at the mouth of the River Liffey. The current divided the capital in the so-called Northside and the Southside. The Northside is the southern portion, where mainly wealthier people live the little thatch northern part of the city and the Southside. This originally very strict limit however washed over the years. If you want to explore Dublin with a rental car, numerous car hire agencies available are right on the spot.

Car hire at Dublin Airport

If you arrive by plane, the Dublin International Airport offers the service of all major car hire companies, so that you easily can rent a car itself after landing on your website. Dublin Airport represents this in very Ireland the largest and located about 10 km north of Dublin city. In addition to regular domestic flights, flights to international cities such as Rome or New York, as well as flights to Malaga and Frankfurt are offered.

Attractions in Dublin

In particular the so-called Georgian architecture shapes the design of many buildings in Dublin were built. The Georgian architecture is a style of architecture which was widely used especially in the period between 1720 and 1840 in English speaking countries. This style is based in particular on the classic design of the Romans and Greeks and absorbs many of the ancient elements in it. The most famous and the most visited attractions in Dublin include the half penny bridge, government buildings, Dublin Castle and the Irish Parliament House.

Nightlife in Dublin

In the evening, the city centre of Dublin's really comes to life. A large number of small corner pubs, bars and cafés line the streets of the city, attracting tourists with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Especially the neighborhood Temple bar is a popular meeting place for tourists. The famous Dublin cultural quarter is located on the southern bank of the River Liffey in Central of Dublin's Central. In addition to the lively nightlife, this is area but particularly by his many narrow winding alleys and narrow streets, which came from the time of the middle ages and give an insight into the structure of the city centre.

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