Hiring a car from Belfast international airport

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Hiring a car from Belfast international airport

Belfast is a city steeped in history with plenty of cultural attractions. Make the most of your stay by hiring a car at the George Best Belfast City airport. Book car hire Belfast City airport

Why hire a car at Belfast international airport?

That all-important first mile: driving out of Belfast international airport?

Belfast international airport Q&A

Where are the car hire desks?

Car hire desks are situated adjacent to the terminal building.

What should I buy at duty free?

One word. Whiskey. Take advantage of the airport's newly opened duty-free shop to purchase a range of fine Irish whiskies that will impress any connoisseur.

Are there any cashpoints?

There are two ATMs located on the main concourse, and one in the departures lounge on the first floor.

Where's the best place to eat?

As you'd expect from an airport named after Belfast-born footballer George Best, there are some good bars. Try Bushmills in the departures lounge for a selection of malt and blended whiskies and hearty Irish pub food. Want to board the plane with a clear head? There are a number of coffee shops throughout the terminal building.

The secret tip

Find out what's hot and what's not just minutes after you touchdown with a visit to the tourist information centre in the arrivals hall - staff here can assist with sightseeing itineraries and book tickets for major events and festivals.

The big draw: Belfast international airport

Distance: 4 miles

Make like a culture vulture during the day and visit the city's museums - from the Ulster Transport Museum to Fernhill House, which charts Belfast's fascinating social history. Relax in the botanic gardens, spot tigers, lemurs and meerkats at the zoo, wander around the castle and check out the impressive Grand Opera House.

The big draw: Belfast international airport

Distance: 4 miles

Make like a culture vulture during the day and visit the city's museums - from the Ulster Transport Museum to Fernhill House, which charts Belfast's fascinating social history. Relax in the botanic gardens, spot tigers, lemurs and meerkats at the zoo, wander around the castle and check out the impressive Grand Opera House.