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Portadown Car Hire
 
 

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Car rental in Portadown, United Kingdom with Sixt

Sixt can find the perfect deal for a car hire in Portadown. The world-famous providers of vehicle hire can offer exactly the right kind of vehicle for every kind of traveller. Smaller groups may wish to experience the style and glamour of a sports convertible. Alternatively larger groups of family and friends can benefit from the grater space and convenience of an SUV or van. All of these options can be fully covered by flexible forms of insurance. Cheap and easily understandable protection schemes can make a trip to Portadown in the United Kingdom a perfectly comfortable driving holiday. Types of insurance can include personal accident protection and supplemental liability insurance. Holiday makers booking online can order their choice of car to be available at Belfast airport.

Things to do and see with a car hire in Portadown

A car rental in Portadown, Northern Ireland can be a terrific way to see this beautiful area in the utmost of comfort. Offering a variety of things to see and do, the historical town can be a great base for a driving holiday. Visitors should begin a tour of the town with a trip to the Millennium Court Arts Centre. This new town landmark features two galleries and acts as a showcase for local artist's work. Portadown is also home to a wonderful section of the The Newry Canal Way. This can be explored by foot or bike and is a great way to see the local wildlife and countryside. Visitors keen for longer trips can use a car hire in Portadown to full effect by travelling the 23 miles to Belfast. With a good grouping of motorway connections the whole area around Portadown and further can be conveniently visited. The border town of Dundalk is certainly well worth a visit. With its traditional restaurants and markets it can be fantastic place to stock up on the real tastes of Northern Ireland. A longer car trip could lead holiday makers to the city of Londonderry. Here travelling groups can discover the true history of the northern part of the island, and the remarkable attractions available to all visitors.