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Ireland Country Guide - Information
Most people scoff at overly-commercialized tourist destinations, with over-development putting a damper on a country’s natural beauty. Such is the case with Ireland, but it would be unfortunate not to go on a car rental holiday in Ireland just because it’s earned the "touristy" stamp. If there’s anything about the leprechaun capital that should entice you to rent a car in Ireland and explore the whole country, it should be the chance to marvel at treasures that have been unearthed by people before you such as the Emerald Isle, a gorgeous cacophony of green and blue, of mountain and sea, of land and sky that melds so perfectly, you’d just want to preserve it in your memory.
Places to See
Amidst Ireland’s loud touristy vibe is a reverberating cultural atmosphere. Drive your car rental to Bru Na Boinne, which is one of the most breathtaking places in Europe. Bru Na Boinne records to have existed a thousand years before the enigmatic Stonehenge in South England. It is a magnificent showcase of Neolithic chamber tombs, henges and standing stones. For another dose of history, drive your rental car to Londonderry and be awestruck by the Bogside murals that date back to the 17th century. Londonderry also features a colorful nightlife where you can down bottles of Guinness while listening to great music in one of their pubs. For a melange of bright flowers, archeological ruins and jagged cliffs, steer your Ireland car hire to the Aran Islands and soak up all the color. If you want to sample hearty Ireland cuisine, drive around Dublin in your car rental and order a serving of its signature dish, the Coddle, a stew of pork sausages, bacon and potatoes. For breakfast, there’s nothing better than the Irish breakfast or commonly called "fry", a generous serving of bacon, eggs and pork sausage made with blood, which they call "black pudding".
Going around Ireland
Going around Ireland is best done with a car rental. Recommended is an automatic transmission car hire to better maneuver along narrow roads. If you want to get a fantastic deal Ireland car rental, search online for great car hire packages. You can also use the train although you might have to make obligatory stops in Dublin since it is the central train hub of Ireland.
From the Airport
Dublin Airport is Ireland’s primary and largest airport (also Europe’s 8th largest airport). It is situated about 10 kilometers north to Dublin’s central district and can be accessed via car hire, bus or train. There are different bus and coach services terminating at the airport, with Airlink transferring passengers straight from the airport to Dublin’s city center. There are also a number of car rental companies at the Arrivals Hall of the airport, where you can pick up your Ireland rent-a-car should you decide to go on a car rental holiday in Ireland.
If you’re in Ireland, you may go on an extended car rental holiday in France, the world’s romance capital where you can fall in love over (or with) undulating vineyards, world’s best champagne and of course, the Eiffel Tower.
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151 – 157 South Circular Road
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