Car Rental Belfast City Airport

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 City Airport
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Belfast City Airport

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Mo-Sa 0730-2130
Su 0900-2130
Address
City Harbour Airport, BT3 9JH,
Northern Ireland


Telephone: +44 (0) 28 9073 2451

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Our branch at Belfast City Airport is open Monday – Saturday between 7.30am and 9.30pm. On Sundays, we open a little later at 9am and close at 9.30pm.

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Hertz in Belfast City Airport

Itching to experience the electric energy of Belfast? This historic and much-storied city serves as Northern Ireland’s capital and has countless things to do, thanks to its rich industrial heritage, vibrant food scene and beautiful gardens.

Pick up a car from Belfast City Airport, also known as George Best Airport after the famous Northern Irish soccer player, to discover the city’s glorious sights, as well as the scenic countryside. Land at this airport and you’ll find our desk located within the arrivals terminal, so you can begin exploring this charismatic city as soon as you arrive.

Browse our available vehicles online and you’ll find a great range with a number of options. Go sleek, spacious or sporty – it’s your trip, it’s your choice. There are no hidden extras to pay with car rental from Belfast City Airport – we’ll just help you to make a seamless transition from plane to car.

 

Driving in and around Belfast

Drive Belfast

Located in the suburbs of Belfast, Belfast City Airport is just a 15-minute drive away from the heart of the Northern Irish capital. Take the A2 west into the city and you’ll be exploring the area’s maritime history and meeting the friendly Belfast locals before you know it.

Turn off onto Sydenham Road if the Titanic Belfast is on your itinerary. If a visit to the Botanic Gardens is a must for you, follow the A24 and University Road. Those heading for the shopping district should make use of the city’s parking lots as some of the most popular shopping streets are pedestrianized.  

A network of A roads, major routes, and freeways - known as motorways - connect Belfast to Northern Ireland’s top locations, making it easy for you to plan a day trip while you’re in the country. Speed limits vary and will be clearly signposted.

More urban adventures can be sought in Londonderry. Simply follow the M2 and A6 from Belfast and you’ll be in the city in 90 minutes. For a dose of fresh sea air, head along the M2 and A26 north to Portrush. This pretty seaside town boasts beautiful beaches and is one of the many points to stop at along the Causeway Coast. From here, take the A2 east and enjoy dramatic views of the glittering sea all the way to the Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s most famous attraction.

Road rules here are similar to those in the U.S. – the use of cell or mobile phones while driving is banned and all passengers must wear a seatbelt. The biggest difference is that you’ll drive on the left-hand side of the road, passing on the right.

A quick guide to Belfast

Once an industrial hub, Belfast has transformed into a buzzing city that rivals many of its  counterparts. You can explore politics or party, throw yourself back into history or explore the here and now. It’s easy to discover the capital’s heritage, along with the Northern Irish coastline, with car rental from Belfast City Airport.

Belfast’s fascinating past

The city’s maritime roots are best showcased at Titanic Belfast. Built on the site from where the much-vaunted but doomed ocean liner was launched, this award-winning attraction is a fascinating and superbly-realized extravaganza. The interactive exhibitions tell the tale of the Titanic’s construction in Belfast and gives you a glimpse into the vast scale of the ship.

Uncover more of the city’s history when you embark on a tour of Crumlin Road Gaol. This 19th century prison is the last of its kind in Northern Ireland, making it an intriguing place to visit. Head beneath the city as you wander through the tunnel linking the jail to the courthouse and explore the cells of C-Wing to get an idea of what conditions were like at Crumlin Road Gaol.

Head to Belfast City Hall for one last history lesson. Built in the 1906 in Renaissance style, it’s one of the city’s landmark buildings. Pop inside to take one of the free public tours, before heading back outside to explore the memorials peppered among the beautiful grounds, including the Titanic Memorial Gardens.

Glorious greenery

Belfast’s parks and gardens are a perfect introduction to Northern Ireland’s stunning landscapes. If you want to stay close to the city center, make for Belfast Botanic Garden. This lush wonderland is filled with fragrant blooms, an ideal retreat after a day exploring the city’s sights. Among the greenery you’ll find two lovely 19th century greenhouses – the Palm House and the Tropical Ravine. Both are beautiful and filled with exotic flora.

Head out of the city and follow Antrim Road to Cave Hill Country Park. Park up and set off on a hike around the grassy expanse. At the summit, you can enjoy incredible views of the city and nearby coast – the perfect place for a picnic.

Test your golf skills

Northern Ireland is a golfer’s paradise with a wealth of world-class courses. Follow in the footsteps of Tiger Woods and Rory McIlroy with a round at Royal County Down, an hour’s drive from Belfast along the A49.

Established in 1889, this award-winning course is used as a warm-up for the Open Championship and is a truly scenic spot for a few holes. With views of the magnificent Irish sea one way and vistas of the Mountains of Mourne in the other, it can be hard to keep your eyes on the fairway.

Coast along the coastline

A short drive north from Belfast will take you to the Antrim Coast where emerald fields stop at sharp cliff edges and the wild Atlantic Ocean crashes below.

Carrick-a-Rede Island is a brilliant place to visit. Follow the coastal trail that hugs the dramatic sea cliffs all the way to the rope bridge. Just 1-meter-wide, this walkway connects the mainland to the stunning island and has done so for more than 350 years. Make your way across and the views at the other side will be ample reward.

Head west and you’ll soon be at the Giant’s Causeway, the UNESCO-listed natural wonder. Legend has it that it was built by giants, and from the clifftops you can enjoy brilliant views of the mystical stone columns.

Car rental from Belfast City Airport is the perfect way to take in the sights of Northern Ireland. Discover the city that built the Titanic and a gorgeous country steeped in giant folklore.