Dublin Luxury Car Hire

Book Prestige & Luxury Car Hire In Dublin

Hire Luxury Cars in Dublin

Kelly  Smith
by Kelly Smith

Romantic Dublin

Dublin is a vibrant place best known for its Georgian architecture, abundant nightlife venues and cultural heritage. The city boomed economically during the Celtic Tiger, so it now has plenty to offer tourists including those who expect a high degree of luxury from their holiday or short break. A romantic city with a fascinating past, Dublin is also the birthplace of a number of famous writers, including Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, Bram Stoker and Jonathan Swift as well as being the home of Guinness and Jameson’s whisky. iSuperdrive has many local fleet partners in Dublin, offering luxury car rental. Whether it's a wedding car hire, a supercar rental, a sports car or a 4x4 hire, iSuperdrive has it all. We want you to have a truely memorable time when you visit Dublin and it's surrounding area.

Guinness Brewery – An interactive voyage through the history and making of the ‘black stuff’ finishing in the top floor bar area for a pint with panoramic views and enjoy quotes from Dublin’s literary works etched on the windows. National Museum of Ireland – Dedicated to Irish culture, history and natural history. Trinity College – Dublin’s world class university is Ireland’s oldest seat of learning. Book of Kells – Found in the Old Library at Trinity College is a beautifully lavish manuscript of the Four Gospels written around 800AD and take a peek at the Long Room, you may recognise it as the possible inspiration for the Jedi library from Star Wars. National Gallery – Founded in 1864, the National Gallery is home to the country’s finest collection of European and Irish art. Butlers Chocolate Experience – Indulge in a little luxury and discover how these luxury chocolates are created. Mandala Spa – Head here for some pampering, found at La Stampa Hotel on Dawson Street. Kilmainham Gaol – On the outskirts of the city, it will take about half-an-hour to walk from the centre, the gaol retraces the story of some of the protagonists in Ireland’s political rebellions including the Easter Rising of 1916.

The gaol is now famous as a film location. Dublin Castle – Built in 1204, the castle has played a key role in much of the city’s history and until 1922 was the seat of British rule in the country. Jameson’s Distillery – Learn how the famous Jameson’s whiskey gets it distinctive flavour including some tastings. Dublin Literary Pub Crawl – There’s no better way than to immerse yourself in Dublin’s literary past than to join a walking tour.

History of Dublin

Incorporating extracts from plays, novels and letters from the city’s genius writers, delivered by highly entertaining and extremely funny actors with stop offs at a number of pubs. Dublin Writers Museum - A small but fitting homage to the city’s writers including artefacts and extracts.

The public transport system in Dublin is straightforward and reliable (especially since the arrival of the Luas tram system) but if you want to get around in style, it is a better idea to rent a luxury car in Dublin – there are many brands to choose from including Audi, Ferrari, Range Rover, and Mercedes. Hiring a luxury car in Dublin can also make it easier and more enjoyable to visit some of the attractions outside of the city which are definitely worthwhile. Your hire car is essential for trips further afield and Dublin is the perfect starting point for a road trip or tour. There’s so much packed into the Emerald Isle but we’ve picked out a few of our favourites close to the capital.

Sandycove – James Joyce lovers cannot miss a trip to Sandycove just over seven miles away and less than half-an-hour behind the wheel of your luxury rental vehicle. The famous tower, featured in the start of his novel Ulysses and a museum dedicated to the writer can be found. Kilkenny – An hour and 40 minutes away, around 77 miles, is the cathedral city of Kilkenny, there’s a castle which dates back to the 14th century and the Butler Art Gallery. The tombs of Brú na Bóinne – Less than 35 miles north of Dublin is one of the country’s most historic sites. The 5,000 year old megalithic tombs Newgrange, which is a UNESCO heritage site and is older than Stonehenge.

The Wicklow Mountains – An hour’s drive south of Dublin is the glaciated range the Wicklow Mountains. It is a national park and visitors will find the information office at the lakeside village of Glendalough.

Please bare in mind that other luxury rental cars are as follows: Alfa Romeo, Lotus, Jaguar, Aston Martin, Bentley and Rolls Royce. All cars are available for wedding hire, vacations or short break tours.

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