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Car hire Belfast International Airport

Enjoy your time in Belfast with Budget Car Hire. Our airport location provides quality hire cars and friendly service at a great value price.

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Rent a car at Belfast Airport

Belfast Airport

Belfast International Airport
BT29 4ZY

Tel: 44-2894-423-332

Opening hours

07:30 - 23:00 Hrs
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Budget Rent-A-Car at Belfast International Airport

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Explore Belfast with Budget Car Hire

Car rental Belfast Airport

Belfast airport is Ireland's most technically advanced airport and with its single terminal serves around four million passengers each year.

Aldergrove was selected as the location of a training establishment for the Royal Flying Corps during the First World War.

The first civil service was a route to Glasgow, which started in 1933. Today, the airport is the main gateway to Northern Ireland.

Our own car hire service is a convenient, great way of exploring what the city of Belfast has to offer.

The City Hall is located in the heart of Belfast and first opened its doors to the public in 1906. Tours around the building are free and an experienced guide accompanies visitors.

One attraction easily accessible that visitors will not want to miss is the museum of the Titanic, one of the most famous ships in the world.

The museum opened in March 2012 and is housed in a truly iconic building in the heart of a once thriving shipyard. The museum has nine galleries, which bring together exhibitions, full-scale reconstructions, dark rides, special effects and innovative interactive features to tell the story of the Titanic in new and exciting ways.

Follow the ship through its conception in the early 1900s, its construction, the launch and finally its infamous maiden voyage and ultimate sinking. The live undersea exploration centre allows visitors to explore the aftermath of the sinking and the discovery of the wreck. Visitors can also take boat trips around Belfast's dockland.

In recent years Belfast has undergone a huge amount of renovation and now the city can add to its impressive Victorian architecture modern shopping centres, a glittering waterfront that features a variety of modern art, packed pubs with foot-stomping Irish music and the UK's second largest arts festival.

The city is now buzzing with new life and visitors can stroll around the old cobbled quarters or take in the contemporary art at the Ormeau Baths Gallery, Northern Ireland's main exhibition space for contemporary visual art. Stroll along the waterfront and admire the Bigfish, a modern art installation, while the Ulster Museum has an excellent Early Ireland gallery. The Botanic Gardens have a beautiful Palm House at their centre and a stunning Tropical Ravine.

Belfast is also home to a range of restaurants, from the cheap and cheerful to the upmarket. Toffees may not be the first thing that is associated with Belfast, but Aunt Sandra's Candy Factory is a 1950s style sweet shop that sells traditional sweets as well as chocolates, fudge, candy and toffee apples, all made by hand. Visitors can also tour the shop before purchasing.

Cheap and convenient car rental is a great way of exploring the area beyond Belfast. The Giant's Causeway is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most iconic natural attractions in Northern Ireland. Situated on the North East coast of County Antrim, these magnificent and mysterious rock formations are steeped in legend. The setting is truly stunning, with rugged cliffs, secluded bays and crashing waves.

Also beyond Belfast is The Argory, an atmospheric Irish gentry house that stands in its own wooded riverside estate. Built in the 1820s the Argory is a neo-classical masterpiece that has remained unchanged since 1900. The interior is equally stunning, revealing the eclectic tastes of its owners. Visitors to the Argory can stroll around the grounds and enjoy stunning vistas, fascinating courtyard displays and in the spring, the blooming of the many bulbs. Children will enjoy the adventure playground and the tearoom provides a welcome retreat for visitors of all ages. With a cheap car rental you have the freedom to go wherever you wish at your own pace. We offer many solutions for your trip with a hire car.