We are delighted to be able to offer our clients cheap car rental rates from each of Ireland's smaller airports plus the main international airport at Dublin. Ireland has five smaller airports that are used by the leading low cost airlines. In lots of cases, the municipal airports are to be found a fair number of miles from the cities that they are intended to service and public transport to and from them can be fairly limited. Begin your visit to Ireland with car hire using two of The UK's leading car rental companies. We offer online bookings quoting cheap car hire in Ireland. Both of our car rental suppliers employ dedicated telephone staff on hand for any extra queries that might arise before or after renting a car.
European Capital of Culture 2005, Cork is also famous for being the place where people come to kiss the Blarney Stone to achieve the ‘gift of the gab’! Cork boasts mainly a young and lively population who like nothing better than to re-iterate the town’s nickname of ‘party capital of the south’.
The Republic of Ireland has more to offer than warm and welcoming people, mile upon lovely mile of green sweeping landscape and the best public houses anywhere. There are still regions of Ireland where Gaelic is spoken. If you travel over to Kerry and Galway (and also the Aran Islands) expect to hear the jolly chirruping of the native tongue.
There is much to cover in Ireland and with many exciting attractions are unfortunately inaccessible by public transport. To hire a car is the best and most relaxing way to enjoy the countryside of the Emerald Isle.
One of the many sightseeing highlights of the Republic of Ireland is that of Killarney National Park. A vast region that is ripe for exploring, head for the spectacular region of Muckross Lake, Lough Leane and the Purple Mountains.
When travelling around the Republic of Ireland, you are never far from a hearty drink of Guinness, miles of beautiful green scenery and a warm welcome! You will experience lively fun-loving cities, pretty and unusual villages as well as the gentle tones of Gaelic speaking people over in Kerry and Galway. Ireland has magic coming out of both ears from the Blarney Stone to misty castle ruins. Where the folklore runs out, so the imagination takes over as you fall in love with a warm and friendly country just a short journey from England and the United Kingdom.
There is a lot to experience in Ireland, while the cities have excellent public transport services, much of Ireland is ideally savoured at your own pace. Many of the more interesting discoveries in Ireland are out of the reach of public transport and often found by accident! A leisurely drive around the Emerald Isle is the best way to enjoy many of its attractions.
One of Queen Victoria’s favourite places is here in the Republic, that of the spectacular Killarney National Park. Here are the perfect views that will never leave your very best memories. Don’t miss out on Muckross Lake, Lough Leane and the Purple Mountains.