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Car Hire Dublin Airport - Terminal 1 and 2

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment fees**
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Opening hours

Mo-Su 0500-0100

Address

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353-1-8445466

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Everything you need

We offer a wide selection of cars, off-roaders and vans at our pick-up locations in the Arrivals Hall at Dublin’s Terminal One and Two. We’re open from 5am until 1am every day of the year.

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Hertz Car Hire at Dublin Airport

The history, atmosphere and sheer fun of the Irish capital city is waiting on the doorstep when you arrive at Dublin Airport. It also acts as the gateway to all the sights of the east of Ireland, from the Wicklow Mountains to the beaches of Brittas Bay, so having a hire car can help you get around.

We’re in a great position to help. Our convenient car hire pick-up location at Dublin Airport are quick and easy to find. Our office situated between Terminal 1 and 2, so we can get you into your vehicle and on your way as quickly as possible.

You’ll have access to our extensive range of hire vehicles and our renowned services, like our best-price guarantee and free 24-hour helpline. And don’t forget you can pick up at one of our locations and drop off at another, if that helps your journey plans.

Driving in and around Dublin Airport

We offer a wide selection of cars, off-roaders and vans at our pick-up locations in the Arrivals Hall at Dublin’s Terminal One and Two. We’re open from 5am until 1am every day of the year.

A quick guide to Dublin

With its great sense of culture, heritage and entertainment, Dublin has become one of Europe’s great places to visit. The city itself is a short drive south from the airport and the rest of eastern Ireland’s attractions are within easy reach if you have a car.

From the airport, you’ll find that the country's road system is excellent. You can drive straight on to the M1 motorway or the Dublin orbital ring road, the M50. The M1 will take you up through Drogheda and Dundalk to Newry in the North. The M50 loops around the west of Dublin, allowing you to bypass the busy centre and head south to Bray and Wicklow. As the city is a major transport hub you’ll also find main roads heading off across the country too – the M3 leads to Kells, the M4 to Kinnegad, and the M7 to Kildare. You’ll soon discover that driving around Dublin and the rest of Ireland is generally a joy. The roads are good quality and the traffic is light, however areas in and around Dublin may become congested during rush hour. It is worth noting too that the city centre operates a one-way system in large areas, so be sure to make sure you know your route before heading out into the heart of Dublin.

The rules of the road are similar to the UK, meaning traffic in both Southern and Northern Ireland drives on the left hand side.

** When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.