Located in one of the most picturesque areas in the world, Sixt car hire in Cork can provide affordable rental vehicles for your trip. Our Cork branch can be found next to Cork airport, only a short drive from the centre of Cork and the south-west coast of Ireland. You can pick up a car for a day, a weekend, or as long as you need for the road trip of a lifetime.
When you pick car rental in Cork you can choose from lots of well-known brands, including BMW, Ford, and VW. Many of them are like-new, with an average age of only 3 months old. Please note when booking your chosen rental vehicle that while we can guarantee the vehicle class, we cannot guarantee the exact model.
You can use our price comparison service while browsing different models to get the best deal for you, and our friendly staff are always available to answer any questions you may have about the booking process. You can book online with our app or website, where you can also find out more information about each branch. You can click on the map tab to see a detailed view of our Cork office, and each branch page contains information about opening hours and services provided.
Our rental cars suit every traveller, whether you're on holiday with your family or a business visitor in need of quick transfers to and from the airport. When you book car hire in Cork our branch staff will help you to explore any extras you may need for your journey, and we can help you hire a Sat Nav or a children's car seat for a small fee. You can also take advantage of our handy Miles & More packages as well as our free cancellation policy. Our app helps to make the car hire process quicker and easier too, as you can reserve your chosen vehicle as you arrive at the branch.
Cork is a small city, so it's fairly easy to navigate. To reach cork city centre from the airport it's just a short drive on the N27 dual carriageway, before turning left on the N22 for access to many of the main business and tourist destinations. To reach the south coast of Ireland, take the N71, and to head north towards Limerick you'll need to take the N20. Although there are several dual carriageways in the Cork area, many of the roads are small, winding, country roads that may have speed limit restrictions.
Cork is a small city in the heart of rural Ireland. Surrounded by lush green countryside, it is a pretty and traditional area that draws tourists from all over the world. Its striking waterfront houses are painted in bright colours for a picture-postcard effect, and the city centre is filled with quaint historic buildings. It's well worth taking a trip outside the city when you hire a car, to see the rolling hills that are perfect for walking and hiking, as well as the coastline with its rugged beauty and charming fishing villages. And no trip to an Irish city is complete without drinking a pint of Guinness in a local pub!
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Spike Island was voted as Europe's top tourist destination in 2017. To reach this fascinating site you'll need to make the short drive to the town of Cobh, where you can board a ferry to Spike Island. Tour guides will then show you around the ancient fortress, Victorian prison, and well-preserved island homes.
Nano Nagle Place is a restored convent and is the perfect place to while away an afternoon. With pretty gardens, a bookshop, and a cafe selling tasty treats, it has something for everyone. Make sure to check out the heritage centre too.
The impressive Camden Fort Meagher was built to protect the city of Cork, and today it's run by a team of knowledgeable volunteers. It is a short drive from the airport and offers great views across the sea.
Murphy's Brewery is the home of the famous Murphy's Irish Stout, and is one of the largest industrial spaces in Cork. It is a major employer in the city.
Cork University Hospital is a large teaching hospital that receives doctors, nurses, and other medical business travellers from across Ireland. It is located less than 15 minutes' drive from Cork city centre.