Despite Malta's impressive coastline and stunning beaches, the history present on the island is well worth investing time in when you visit. The St John's Co-Cathedral dates back to 1572, and has an impressive marble floor and interior behind the relatively simple facade. Car hire in Malta will give you the perfect opportunity to explore the Megalithic Temples. The temples have the title of being the oldest free-standing buildings in the world, and they are dotted around two of the three islands of Malta.
For a slice of Ireland's diverse culture, tourists should visit the capital city, Dublin. Located on the estuary of the River Liffey, this 17th century city is likened to Barcelona, San Jose and Beijing. Berlin's top attractions are a reflection of its cultural mix the Comedy Church is one of the best comedy clubs in Ireland, and Casino Marino is one of the many architectural gems. Hiring a car in Dublin will allow you to explore outside of the city's confines. If you have a little extra time you should visit Malahide Castle via the M50 it's only half an hour away from the city centre. The castle is set in 250 acres of park in the beautiful seaside town of Malahide.
When driving around the country you should be aware that Irish roads are typically very narrow - so extra care should be taken when travelling to neighbouring villages. Speed limits in built up areas are 50kph and 80kph on regional and local roads. National roads are 100kph, while motorway speed is enforced at 120kph. It's also worth noting that you can't use your horn between 11.30pm and 7am, so try and steer clear where possible. It's good to know that there are various toll stations on the motorways in Ireland most don't take credit cards so it's wise to carry some change.
With a wide range of travellers passing through our locations every day, we've got a wide range of vehicles on offer to suit your needs - from smart executive saloons to compact family hatchbacks. ***
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