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Dublin City Centre Baggot Street Bridge

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(Seasonal Location)From 7 March until 6 November: Mo-Fr 0830-1730
Sa-Su 0900-1400 /// From 7 November until 6 March: Mo-Fr 0830-1730
Sa 0900-1300
Su Closed
2 Haddington Road, D4

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Hertz at Dublin City Centre - Baggot Street Bridge

Modern Dublin can appear a slightly grey city on first appearances, but the charms of this endlessly charismatic city will soon become apparent. The area around Baggot Street represents a fairly residential part of the city, where parking is widely available; car hire from Dublin City Centre - Baggot Street Bridge is common. Enter the city via Trinity College, heading towards the Spire of Dublin, then wander further along this side of the river until you come to Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse. Head back towards the Ha'penny Bridge and explore the restaurants and amenities surrounding Temple Bar. Hiring a car from Dublin City Centre – Baggot Street Bridge means you can venture out to the famous Kilmainham Gaol.

The likes of O'Connell Street showcase how Dublin has merged old and new very nicely; the ‘Spire of Dublin' is a striking modern landmark in a city with an absorbing heritage. The Guinness Storehouse is always popular with tourists, and it's near here that you'll find Dublin Castle. For a taste of slightly more ancient history, visit the Book of Kells at Trinity College. Temple Bar is renowned as the lively part of the city, but for those hiring a car from Dublin City Centre – Baggot Street Bridge, you might want to explore the city's history at Kilmainham Gaol, which is a short drive west. Rent a car from Dublin City Centre Baggot Street, in order to visit Dublin City Gallery Hugh Lane or the pleasant sanctuary known as Phoenix Park to the far west of the city.