Car Rental Belfast

Starting from
22 $ per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 07/02/2018 - 07/09/2018 at Belfast
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  • Best price guarantee - in the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we'll refund the difference
  • No cancellation or amendment feesWhen the booking is cancelled within two days of being made.
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees

Hertz in Belfast

Steeped in rich maritime history and Victorian heritage, Belfast has blossomed into a truly handsome city. Here you can discover the docks where the Titanic was built and bounce from one intriguing museum to the other. Even when you’ve had your fill of the city, you can create your own Game of Thrones road trip with car rental at Belfast and venture into the wild landscape where this famous TV show was filmed.

We have pick-up locations at the city’s two airports – Belfast International Airport and Belfast City Airport. Touch down in the vibrant Northern Ireland capital and we can have you on the road in next to no time. With no hidden extras, we aim to make your rental experience as great value as possible.

Browse our range of available vehicles in advance. Whether a spacious SUV or a compact city run-around, there’s a car to suit everyone among our collection.

Pickup Locations Belfast

  • Belfast International Airport

    Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2330

    Address: Terminal Building,
    Northern Ireland

    Phone: +44 (0) 28 9442 2533

  • Belfast City Airport

    Opening hours: Mo-Sa 0730-2130, Su 0900-2130

    Address: City Harbour Airport,
    Northern Ireland

    Phone: +44 (0) 28 9073 2451

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Driving in and around Belfast

Drive Belfast

The capital and epicenter of Northern Ireland, Belfast is relatively simple to navigate. You’ll drive on the left-hand side of the road, passing on the right, and speed limits are marked in miles per hour. Freeways here are known as motorways, marked with the letter ‘M’, and there’s a wide network of A roads, major routes that link towns and cities. Inside urban and built-up areas, the maximum speed limit is mostly 30 mph (dropping to 20mph in school zones), increasing to 70 mph out on freeways.

The A55 runs around the outskirts of the city, granting you access to the suburbs or a neat way to circumvent Belfast. To reach the heart, take either the A24, A12 or A2. There are plenty of parking lots in the city center in convenient locations close to the main attractions. Bear in mind that some of the roads in the center of the city operate a one-way system and some of the main shopping streets have been pedestrianized.

You’re lucky – you’re just about to discover the beauty of Northern Ireland’s coastline. Follow the M2 and A26 to experience the magic of the Giant’s Causeway, the country’s most famous attraction. This age-old geological natural wonder is the focal point of the Causeway Coastal Route, which snakes from Belfast to Londonderry. This stretch is one of the best drives in Northern Ireland, with a plethora of mystical attractions, pristine beaches and lush valleys to see as you wind your way through it.

A quick guide to Belfast

Visit Belfast

It’s difficult not to fall in love with the charms of spirited Belfast. This down-to-earth city has a friendly local vibe and an intriguing collection of museums that embrace the city’s proud maritime history. At the end of a culture-packed day, refuel at one of the fresh seafood restaurants or enjoy a taste of traditional Irish fare.

Icon of the sea

Experience life aboard the world’s most famous ocean liner at the Titanic Belfast. This award-winning visitor center, and one of the top billed things to do in the city, stands on the ground where the ship was launched in 1912.

Make your way to Belfast’s waterfront and there’s no missing this eye-catching contemporary museum. Head inside the futuristic building to delve into the fascinating history of the Titanic, which was built in this city. Discover insightful exhibits detailing the construction, voyage and legacy of the infamous ship.

Park life

Next to the charming quads and stone buildings of Queen’s University lies the peaceful Botanic Gardens. This slice of paradise has been wowing visitors and locals alike since the early 19th century.

Wander through blooming borders and sweet-scented rose gardens and make a beeline for the Palm House, a fine Victorian glasshouse. Inside is a riot of color and aromas, with tropical plants from all around the world. Equally impressive is the Tropical Ravine – this red-brick greenhouse opened its doors in 1889 and features more exotic flora.

Set in the gardens is Ulster Museum. Step inside to discover collections that span the entire lifespan of human existence on the island of Ireland. Neolithic stone axes, Bronze Age jewelry and a huge dinosaur skeleton are among the museum’s highlights.

Take a bite out of Belfast

Belfast’s food and drink scene is thriving and has really stepped up its game in recent years. In the Northern Irish capital, you can score some of the best seafood in the country, indulge in cuisine from around the world or sample home-grown delicacies.

Push the boat out at Eipic. This newcomer managed to snag a Michelin star after being open for just two years – a rare accolade. They specialize in local produce handled with aplomb – simple but bold flavors. Key dishes might be monkfish with tarragon and spelt, or perhaps lamb with gnocchi, artichoke and lovage. Brown sugar ice cream is a popular dessert, while the restaurant prides itself on seasonality and its separate vegetarian menu.

Make for historic St George’s Market, a bustling Victorian marketplace where traders peddle fresh local produce, as well as homewares and flowers. Wander the stalls before heading up to George’s of the Market. Dishes at this restaurant are formed from ingredients sold in the market. Grab a seat on the veranda to enjoy views of the atmospheric market below and enjoy one of the Irish dishes, such as traditional lamb stew. If you’re there in the morning, order the award-winning ‘Best of the Market’ breakfast.

With car rental in Belfast, you can explore all that this proud city has to offer before setting out to unlock the curiosities of the countryside and coastline.