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About Nova Car Hire
Based in Co. Kerry, Ireland, Nova Car Hire has been making car rental cheaper and easier for its customers since 1997. As a long-established online car hire broker, we have developed enduring relationships with 500-plus of the world's most reputable car hire providers, who provide us with discounted rates at 26,000 locations worldwide.
All you have to do to avail of that value is enter a few simple details in the search box on the left. We will deliver an instant quote, which you can book online or over the phone. There is no complicated paperwork to complete, and if there is anything you wish to ask us, just contact us by phone or email.
About Car Hire in Dublin
Ireland is famous for the hospitality of its people, and nowhere is that more apparent than in Dublin. This may be a bustling, multicultural capital city, but Dubliners still go out of their way here to make visitors feel welcome. Families are cherished in Ireland, so you’ll feel even more at home if you have children.
Suggested Dublin Car Hire Day Trips
Drive around any of the world's capital cities, and you will encounter miles of boring motorways, but where Dublin differs is in its proximity to glorious countryside and refreshing seasides. Make the most of your Dublin car hire and take one of these scenic drives:
Glendalough and Avoca- Drive south of Dublin on the N81 and you'll soon find the Wicklow Mountains. Pass through the Wicklow Gap and beyond Blessington Lakes to the charming village of Avoca before heading to the monastic idyll of Glendalough.
Powerscourt Estate -From Dublin, take the N11 southbound toward Wexford, and after about 19km , take exit 7 for Bray south, Enniskerry, and the magnificent Powerscourt Gardens.
Newgrange - head north from Dublin on the M2, taking the N2 north toward Slane at Ashbourne and turning right about 2km south of Slane. Follow the signs for the visitor centre at Brú na Bóinne (Newgrange)to discover the territory of Ireland’s ancient kings.
Trim Castle & the Hill of Tara - About 40 minutes from Dublin, via the M3 and R154, is the spectacular Trim Castle, the largest Anglo-Norman castle in Ireland. Drive another 15km to the Hill of Tara, Ireland’s age-old seat of power.
Image: Dublin Bridge by Irish Welcome Tours