Dublin City North is located on the north side of the city very close to Dublin Airport. This ideal location is within close proximity to many major roadways which link Dublin to Belfast, Galway, Cork and Limerick. Dublin City Centre is only 10 kilometers away and is a very short journey by car. Dublin North car rental boasts a wide variety of cars and vans to avail of on short, medium and long term rentals.
Europcar Dublin City North puts Dublin and indeed the country at your disposal, a short trip to the city centre and major roadways which link Dublin to the rest of Ireland. Our location can cater to leisure customers and business customers, availing of the flexible short, medium and long term business fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.
Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, boasts a long history which has shaped the Ireland we see today. The city is divided between north and south by the River Liffey which flows through the city centre. Although regarded by many as the lesser half, the north side is home to a vast amount of history.
Finding something to do on the north side of the city is a doddle as there are plenty of things to do and see to keep visitors entertained. Adjacent to the river you’ll find Phoenix Park, the largest inner city park in all of Europe. In the parklands one can view the President’s home, visit one of Ireland’s top attractions in Dublin Zoo, or wander the open grassland and see the wild deer roaming free in the park they call home. Dublin’s literary history came from the north side and this is reflected in the Dublin Writers Museum, found on Parnell Square, which exhibits the work of James Joyce, Bram Stoker, Roddy Doyle, Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde as well as other Irish writers from the outset of history. There’s also a wide variety of theatres located north of the Liffey, ranging from big to small in size boasting amateur to professional productions.
The Northside’s most famous attraction is Croke Park, an 82,000-seater stadium, which is home to the native Irish sports of Gaelic Football and Hurling. The stadium has been host to other sports and events such as soccer, rugby, American football, live concerts, and can be even be rented out for conferences and weddings. On site there is a museum which details the sporting history of the stadium and the role the G.A.A. (Gaelic Athletic Association) has played in the formation of Ireland as we know it today.
Further north you’ll find the beautiful seaside town of Malahide, located 16 kilometres from the city centre. It’s a popular destination for locals and tourists alike, the town boasts a rich history which can be seen in the majestic castle that calls the town home. Guided tours of the castle, its’ wide parkland and walled garden are on offer on site. The town itself boasts fantastic restaurants and pubs situated in a relaxed and picturesque location sure to put even the busiest mind at ease.