To find the best deal on car rentals in Waterford, you need to see all the prices first. Rental companies operating out of Waterford Airport include Europcar and Hertz, but rather than approaching each one individually, you can access information on both hire companies in the same place, including available vehicles and prices.
This information is all available on AirportRentals.com, where all you have to do is enter the dates on which you arrive and depart to see which vehicles are on offer. The search will bring up a list of vehicles for you to choose from, so whether you’re after a luxury model or an economy car, you’ll be able to take your pick.
You know you are getting the best price on your vehicle as Airport Rentals guarantees this on all car rentals in the UK, Ireland and around the world. You also won’t be charged any booking or credit card fees for your reservation, and receive 24/7 customer support.
Attractions of Waterford
Take a step back in time at the Waterford Museum of Treasures, a cluster of three separate attractions each covering one aspect of the area’s fascinating past. With 1000 years of history to cover, these museums have more than enough to keep the whole family entertained. Visit the Medieval Museum for incredible momentos hundreds of years old, such as the Great Charter Roll of Waterford which dates back to 1373, and lavish cloth-of-gold vestments from 1460. Reginald’s Tower takes a look at the history of founding vikings of the city, and the Bishop’s Palace focuses on the Georgian influence on Waterford.
Waterford is famous for more than just its history, however, as it is known the world over for its exceptional crystal. See where it all started at the House of Waterford Crystal, where you can take a guided factory tour to see what goes on behind the scenes, or check out the retail shop for a sparkling souvenir that will last you a lifetime.
The city also celebrates its history and culture year round with a full calendar of events. The 1848 Tricolour Celebration in March honours the unveiling of the Irish flag, the Waterford Harvest Festival in September is a must-do for foodies, and the annual Spraoi is the International Street Arts Festival, and is known as the biggest of its kind in the country.
Waterford Airport information
You can find the rental companies in the arrivals hall of the airport. From there, both Waterford and Tramore are only 10 kilometres away, which should take approximately 15 minutes by car.
Note that when returning the vehicle, Waterford Airport is open from 7.30am until 9pm daily.
Cork and Dublin are other interesting cities worth discovering. In case it's nature you are after, head to Killarney National Park and the stunning Cliffs of Moher.
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