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Useful information: Hire a car in Dublin

Originally a port run by the Vikings, today Dublin is one of the most beautiful European capitals. The principal monuments are found in the heart of the old town to the south of the Liffey, where there are numerous Georgian buildings and squares. Let yourself be charmed by many parks and gardens of Dublin: the National Botanic Gardens and Phoenix Park are the most important.

Dublin suffers from heavy congestion and many roads are inaccessible. On top of this, parking in the centre of town is very expensive. Pay attention while driving as the road infrastructure is not as developped as at home and the routes are often narrow.

A guide to driving in Dublin

You can criss-cross Dublin, visiting every corner thanks to the car hire service from easyvoyage.co.uk. Compare prices and book easily, indicating all your preferences: length of rental, type of vehicle etc. Whatever your needs, you'll find an offer to suit you, meaning the outskirts of the city will be within easy reach.

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Visiting Dublin by car

A cosmopolitan city, Dublin mixes a flowering surrounding with marine landscapes. With the exception of Temple Bar, where the roads are narrow, the city is spacious with its wide avenues and spacious squares. Hiring a car can prove to be an economical and practical option for getting around as you find yourself free and unrestrained.

As pleasant for business as it is for pleasure, this Irish jewel combines a city atmosphere with that of a rural town.

Beer lovers will enjoy a stop at the Guinness Storehouse or the Saint James Brewery, the biggest brewers in the world.