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  • Lose yourself against a backdrop of some of Ireland's most inspiring coastal landscapes and most vibrant cities on this self-driven tour.
  • Choose between a 6-night and a 9-night itinerary, taking in the sights of Dublin, Kerry, Connemara and much more.
  • Stay throughout your adventure in a variety of charming 3*/4* hotels, all of which offer comfortable Double/Twin Rooms and delicious daily breakfasts!

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Your Itinerary In Brief

Dive into the heart of Ireland, a land of beautiful landscapes. From navy blue lakes to rugged cliffs, endless meadows and medieval castles, you'll encounter an irresistible location brimming with charm. Ride through breathtaking wild territories, made up of atomised mountains on the sea and large scented meadows where wild ponies gallop. Visit small pubs, sample Guinness and enjoy Celtic music straight out of the time of the bards.


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6-Night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

9-Night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive


During their tour, our members will follow one of the itineraries as listed below.


6-Night Stay

Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Day 2: Dublin - Clare
Day 3:
Clare - Kerry
Day 4:
Dingle Peninsula
Day 5:
Kerry - Cork
Day 6:
Cork - Dublin
Day 7:
Departure from Dublin


9-Night Stay

Day 1: Arrival in Dublin
Day 2:
Dublin - Donegal
Day 3:
Day 4:
Donegal - County Mayo
Day 5:
County Mayo - Clare
Day 6:
Clare - Kerry
Day 7:
Dingle Peninsula
Day 8:
Kerry - Cork
Day 9:
Cork - Dublin
Day 10:
Departure from Dublin

Your Itinerary

Day 1-2 of 6-night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

Day 1: Arrival in Dublin

Upon arrival in Dublin, spend the afternoon taking in the attractions of Europe’s most popular city. Don’t miss Trinity College, the Book of Kells, St Patrick's Cathedral and the trendy Temple Bar. Taking a break from sight-seeing, Grafton St. (Dublin’s favourite shopping district) has everything you need to relax. Visit Bewley’s Café and enjoy an Irish coffee in a favourite venue of many of Dublin’s literary greats. Venture down Wicklow St. to find quaint bistros and the Powerscourt Shopping Centre, which boasts the perfect combination of variety and a stunning setting, or, maybe go alfresco with a picnic in St. Stephen’s Green. Once you’re refreshed, it’s back on the trail again seeking out all that Dublin has to offer.

Overnight stay in Dublin


Day 2: Dublin - Clare

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, spend the morning walking around Dublin, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Christchurch, Dublin Castle, the Irish Whiskey Centre and the Guinness Storehouse. Leaving Dublin, travel via Clonmacnoise (a monastic site overlooking the River Shannon). Arrive in Galway where you can visit the Galway Crystal Factory, the Spanish Arch and Galway’s Cathedral. In the afternoon Drive through the unique Burren region, a leftover from the last glacial period.

Overnight stay in County Clare

Day 3-4 of 6-night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

Day 3: Clare - Kerry

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, drive to Doolin and take a 1-hour cruise around the famous Cliffs of Moher. Standing 214 metres above the Atlantic Ocean at their highest point and stretching for 8 km along the rugged coastline, these cliffs are sure to astound. In the afternoon, you will continue on to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, where you can stop for a pint of stout at Durty Nellies. Continue to the postcard pretty Adare Village before arriving in Killarney.

Overnight stay in County Kerry


Day 4: Dingle Peninsula

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, head off for a day of adventures. The Dingle Peninsula has the most rugged coastline in Ireland and is scattered with ancient huts and historic buildings. A great deal of traditional Irish heritage is maintained in this Irish-speaking (Gaelic) region (a Gaeltacht), including traditional music art and crafts. Considered by many to have some of Europe’s most spectacular scenery, the peninsula also supports both a rare and unique assortment of flora and fauna. Slea Head is the most westerly point in Europe and standing there, looking towards America, instills a feeling of excitement and empathy with the millions of emigrants who took this route.


There are splendid views around Slea Head, especially of the Blasket Islands and the scattered rocks which are all part of an exploded volcanic area. In the storms of September 1588, four ships of the Spanish Armada were driven through the Basket Sound. Two reached shelter by way of great seamanship but a third sped through the Sound with its sails in tatters and crashed onto the two other ships. Nonetheless, the other two eventually returned to Spain.

Overnight stay in County Kerry

Day 5-7 of 6-night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

Day 5: Kerry - Cork

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, set off for a day of adventures. Today, you will leave Kerry and venture into the heart of Cork, driving through the stunning landscapes of West Cork on the way. It’s no wonder that West Cork is called ‘A Place Apart’. Nature sets the pace in this beautiful southwest corner of Ireland – stretching from Kinsale to three rugged westerly peninsulas reaching into the wild Atlantic.


You’ll find more open spaces, scenery and tranquillity than it is possible to take in during one visit. Many people return year after year to re-experience the peaceful rhythm of the fishing and farming community, where the seasons are paramount and people do notice how fast the grass is growing!


Don’t miss the charming medieval fishing village of Kinsale. If you’re looking to sample some gourmet seafood then Kinsale has some of the best seafood restaurants in Ireland. If you’re not in search of something fishy, the narrow streets of this quaint village are also lined with shops, galleries and plenty more to keep you entertained before you head towards Cork city.

Overnight stay in Cork


Day 6: Cork - Dublin

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, set off for your return journey. Before driving back to Dublin/Wicklow, take some time to enjoy The City of Cork. Much like Venice, the city is constructed upon water with some of the main streets being built over channels. Despite the fact that the city centre is built on an island in the River Lee, the whole city is completely accessible by foot.


The city dates back to the 7th Century and was founded by St. Finbarr. Many examples of centuries old architecture still exist including the 300 year old tower of St. Anne’s Church (home to the Shandon Bells) or St. Finbarr’s Cathedral (a monument to its namesake featuring stunning French Gothic spires). For a snippet from the city’s more recent history, you need look no further than the English Market, whose stalls have been packed with foods from the world over, since Victorian times. Visit Blarney Castle - Situated 8 km from Cork City, this historic castle is most famous for its stone, which has the traditional power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it.

Overnight stay in Dublin/Wicklow


Day 7: Departure from Dublin

After enjoying a delicious full Irish breakfast at the hotel, return your car and embark on your return journey home.

Day 1-3 of 9-night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

Day 1: As seen on Day 1 of 6-night itinerary


Day 2: Dublin - Donegal

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, set out to visit the Guinness Storehouse. Than, leave Dublin and drive Northwest via Enniskillen. Time permitting, drive up to Malin More to visit the little Folkpark in Glencolumbcille at the most Western tip of Donegal. Stop at the impressive Slieve League cliffs at Ti Linn, the highest sea cliffs in Ireland, which rise 601m from sea level and offer magnificent views across the Atlantic Ocean.  Admire the traditional Tweed weavers at Studio Donegal in Kilcar, who promote local materials and tradition in their production.

Overnight stay in County Donegal


Day 3: Donegal

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, take a full day tour around the Donegal Coast. You will be spoiled with natural beauty and vast landscapes along the way. Glenveagh National Park (Ireland’s largest National Park) is a great location to enjoy the country air and take in your surroundings. Covering over 16,000 hectares in the heart of the Derryveagh mountains, visitors are invited to embark on an array of walking trails with guides, which deal with different themes within the park, such as sites of historical significance.

Overnight stay in County Donegal

Day 4-5 of 9-night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

Day 4: Donegal - County Mayo

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, set out for a day of exciting adventure. Today, we suggest visiting Achill Island. This is Ireland’s largest offshore island in County Mayo and can be accessed via a road bridge. Once there, you’ll find a plethora of activities, sights and breath-taking scenery. The Atlantic Drive takes visitors on a 40 km round trip that includes the very best of the island’s scenery. Achill is also home to five stunning Blue Flag beaches, some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs and large tracts of blanket bog, which sweep over the island’s two peaks and down to the shore.


The island holds proof of human settlement dating back 5,000 years in the form of various megalithic tombs and promontory forts. A visit to the deserted village of Slievemore is a must. Cyclists and walkers are also catered for with a host of trails and quiet lanes, which will help you to discover all that this idyllic island has to offer. The Great Western Greenway is a new 42 km long track for cyclists, walkers and runners and follows the route of the former Achill to Westport railway line.

Overnight stay in County Mayo


Day 5: County Mayo - Clare

After enjoying a full Irish breakfast at your hotel, travel to one of the most outstanding areas of natural beauty in Ireland. Connemara is one of the few remaining areas in Ireland where the native tongue (Gaeilge) is still fluently spoken as a first language. Travel through the stunning Doolough Valley and enjoy the stunning scenery of the Killary Harbour. You can even take part on a cruise on Ireland's only fjord!


Visit the exquisite neo-gothic Kylemore Abbey, nestled in a lush forest on the edge of Kylemore Lake. Clifden, Connemara's capital is well worth a visit and the scenic Sky Road drive just outside town should not be missed. However long you spend in Connemara you will be constantly enchanted by the ever-hanging scenery of mountains and valleys, lakes and beaches and bays. In the afternoon continue to Clare.

Overnight stay in County Clare

Day 6-10 of 9-night Wild Atlantic Way Fly Drive

Day 6: As seen on Day 3 of 6-night itinerary


Day 7: As seen on Day 4 of 6-night itinerary


Day 8: As seen on Day 5 of 6-night itinerary


Day 9: As seen on Day 6 of 6-night itinerary


Day 10: As seen on Day 7 of 6-night itinerary

Your Tour Hotels

Just for you
Just for you:
  • Excursions to the Guinness Storehouse (day 2), the Cliffs of Moher Cruise Distillery (day 6) and Blarney Castle (day 8) included as per itinerary
  • Excursion to Kylemore Abbey included (day 5 on 9-night stay only)
  • Car hire included throughout, as per itinerary (Category B VW Polo or similar) - pick up and drop of Dublin Airport (car details: 4 passengers, 1 large Suitcase, 2 small suitcase, manual transmission)

3*/4* hotels

Maximum room capacity

Our members will stay at the following 3*/4* hotels in Standard Double/Twin Rooms on a Bed and Breakfast stay. All accommodation is located within 40 km of the mentioned areas/cities in the suggested properties or similar.


6-Night Itinerary Hotels


Dublin: 1-night stay at the Red Cow Moran Hotel or Castleknock Hotel or Similar

County Clare: 
1-night stay at the Inn at Dromoland or Bellbridge Hotel or Similar

County Kerry:
 2-night stay at the Innisfallen Hotel or Hotel Killarney or Similar

County Cork: 
1-night stay at the Ambassador Hotel or Rochestown Park Hotel or Similar

County Wicklow / Dublin: 
1-night stay at the Red Cow Moran Hotel or Castleknock Hotel or Woodenbridge Hotel or Similar



9-Night Itinerary Hotels


Dublin: 1-night stay at the Red Cow Moran Hotel or Castleknock Hotel or Similar

County Donegal: 
2-night stay at the Station House Hotel or Dillons or Similar

County Mayo:
 1-night stay at the Twin Trees Hotel or Breaffy House Hotel or Similar

County Clare: 
1-night stay at the Inn at Dromoland or Bellbridge Hotel or Similar

County Kerry: 
2-night stay at the Innisfallen Hotel or Hotel Killarney or Similar

County Cork:
 1-night stay at the Ambassador Hotel or Rochestown Park Hotel or Similar

County Wicklow / Dublin: 
1-night stay at the Woodenbridge Hotel or Castleknock Hotel or  Red Cow Moran Hotel or Similar

Your Board Basis

This offer is based on a Bed and Full Irish Breakfast Stay.


Please note that due to the current global health pandemic (COVID-19), certain restaurants and buffets may be closed or places and tables may be limited. We strongly recommend that you contact the hotels for further information two days before your arrival.


Please note that due to the current global health pandemic (COVID-19), the cultural, leisure and wellness activities, as well as the outdoor swimming pools at these hotels may be closed or limited in terms of access. We advise you to contact the hotels or the tourist office two days before your arrival.

Your Journey


It may be possible to choose from a selection of flight options at the next stage of the booking process.


The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ. 

Car Hire:

For the freedom to explore your destination at your own pace, make the the most of included car hire with your booking.


Please note you cannot be guaranteed a specific make of car within a certain group. The lead name on the booking will be confirmed as the named driver. The named driver must present a credit card in their name when collecting the car (credit cards in other names will not be accepted). The named driver must also present a full valid driving licence on the collection of the vehicle and in some cases, a credit card or cash deposit will be required. Please ensure that you check your car hire documents carefully once received as this will advise if there are any taxes/charges to be paid locally as well as potential mileage restrictions. Other fees may be applicable in addition to the cost of your car rental for any additional products added to your car rental.

Car Hire: Car hire is included throughout this offer, as per itinerary.

Please note: Guests will enjoy car category (B VW Polo or Similar) and will pick up and drop off their rental car at Dublin Airport. Car details are as follows: max 4 passengers, 1 large suitcase, 2 small suitcases, manual transmission). Guests will have 7 days car hire when choosing the 6-night itinerary and 10 days car hire when choosing the 9-night itinerary.

Welcome to Ireland

Your Destination

Take a stroll through Dublin’s elegant Georgian streets and squares, making your way to Trinity College at the heart of the city. Visit the beautiful Book of Kells, an illuminated manuscript of the four Christian gospels dating to the 9th century, and one of the country’s finest national treasures. From there you can wander up Grafton Street for the best that the city has to offer in shopping, exploring the wonderful side streets that are full of cosmopolitan coffee shops, restaurants and boutiques.


Enjoy lunch in one of the many fantastic restaurants. Afterwards, explore the troubled story of Ireland’s struggle for freedom and independence by visiting the atmospheric and moving Kilmainham Gaol. If you prefer something at a gentler pace, stroll through the grounds of the nearby Royal Hospital Kilmainham which is home to the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA).

In More Detail

Please find practical information about your trip
This tour is not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Pets are not allowed.
No taxes to pay on the spot.


Please Note:

Check-in outside the hotel's standard times may incur additional fees. Check out times are subject to change, please check these with the hotel upon arrival.

Schedules and prices are subject to change.

If the property is accessible to people with reduced mobility, this is subject to availability. To book a room for reduced mobility, please contact our Customer Services Team.

Room Information: the bed for the 3rd/4th guest sharing is likely to be a sofa bed or camp style bed.

Restaurant Information: some dining outlets/menu items and premium, branded and international drinks may not be included and may incur a surcharge payable locally. Meals, snacks and drinks may be available at selected times only.


What's Included

  • 6 or 9-night stay in a Double Room in hotels as per itinerary
  • Breakfast
  • Excursions to the Guinness Storehouse (day 2), the Cliffs of Moher Cruise Distillery (day 6) and Blarney Castle (day 8) included as per itinerary
  • Excursion to Kylemore Abbey included (day 5 on 9-night stay only)
  • Car hire included throughout, as per itinerary (Category B VW Polo or similar) - pick up and drop of Dublin Airport (car details: 4 passengers, 1 large Suitcase, 2 small suitcase, manual transmission)


Not Included

  • Drinks and other meals not clearly mentioned
  • Surcharge for special requests on food, and meals.
  • Entrance fees, permits and guide service during free time.
  • Insurance, gratuities and personal expenses
  • Surcharge for public holidays

If booking as a single traveller, room occupancy is not guaranteed. You may be placed in either a single, double or twin room, based on the availability of the property at the time. 

The location shown on our map is to be used as a guide only and the actual location of the property may differ.

Your contact details may be passed on to the hotel so that they can make contact with you to discuss your booking in advance of your arrival.

You may be asked to provide a credit/debit card deposit on arrival to cover any purchases made in the hotel.

Although we endeavour to provide up to date information we cannot guarantee that all hotel facilities and services will be available during your stay, especially when travelling out of the main holiday periods.

Star rating standards may differ to that of the UK, depending on the country of travel.


Please note that due to the current situation, any information mentioned is subject to change or adaptation.

We strongly recommend that you contact the hotel three days before your departure to keep you informed of the latest changes and information.

You can also refer to our FAQ section to find more information on the development of the situation.

We suggest that you keep informed of the latest regulations in force:

 In the UK via the corresponding link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-advice-novel-coronavirus

Car Hire:

Currency : Euro ( € )

Deposit : Credit Card (Damage Excess & Fuel Deposit)

Credit Card at commencement of rental is mandatory – to cover for Toll Fee’s, Speed Camera’s, Parking Offences etc....

Cash payment can be made at end of rental

Tax: 13.5%. Subject to change. Any changes will be passed to the Tour Operator. Subject to VAT changes in Irish Law

Car Taxation: Prices may be subject to change – as a result from changes in Government Tax on items such as VRT, Road Tax & emissions.

Airport / Location Service: LSC is included in the rates.

Hours Grace: Clients are allowed a 29 minute grace period.



Driving Conditions

Minimum Age : 23 / 24 years – can drive groups A, B & E only. A young driver surcharge of EUR 26 per day including tax will be applied. 25 Years Groups A, B, C, E & F 27 Years Groups D, J, Q, G, P, S & V 30 Years Groups I, M, N, T, W & Y

Maximum Age: Customers aged between 75 – 79 years can rent with specific conditions:

1 ) Must drive regularly & hold a current motor insurance policy.

2 ) Provide a letter from their doctor to state that they have been in good health For at least 12 months.

3 ) Provide a letter from their insurers to state that they have not been involved in Any incidents in the last 5 years.


Driving Licence: Must hold a current national licence valid for at least 2 years or more at time of Rental.

Provisional or Learner drivers or seriously endorsed licence holders are not Eligible to rent a vehicle e.g drink driving disqualification.


Vehicle Availability

Vehicle Availability: A reduced fleet is available at the following locations :- Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G, P & Q Kerry Airport / Knock Airport / Wexford Groups A, B, C, D, F, P & Q Sligo / Waterford

All Car groups are available from our main locations – Dublin Airport, Dublin City, Cork Airport, Cork City & Shannon Airports. Please do not confirm bookings back to the renter, until you receive confirmation from ourselves.



The following insurances are included in the Irish Welcome Tours – Limited Excess Programme:

1 ) Compulsory Motor Insurance

2 ) Collision Damage Waiver ( CDW )

3 ) Theft Protection ( TP )

Compulsory Motor Ins: By Irish Law, Hertz must provide Insurance for any damage to any other vehicle / Property or Injury to another person ( including death ). Compulsory Motor Insurance does not insure against damage or repairs to the Hertz car ( see Collision Damage Waiver – CDW below ) or does not insure against injury or loss to the Hertz Driver.

Collision Damage Waiver: Collision Damage Waiver ( CDW ) means the Hertz Driver is insured in relation to Damage to the Hertz vehicle subject to the reduced excess to be paid by the Hertz Renter.

Theft Protection ( TP ) is included in the Limited Excess Package – which provides Insurance for the rental vehicle in the event it is stolen, subject to the reduced excess to be paid by the Hertz Renter.

Limited Excess Package: On the “ Limited Excess Package “ – the excess is reduced to the following Amounts including tyres & wheels ( excluding keys or fuel ) :- EUR 150 Car Groups A, B, C, E & F EUR 250 All other Car Groups As this is a “ Reduced Excess “ Programme If an incident occurs during the rental the reduced excess amount “ may “ be revoked and the full excess be applied for the remainder of the hire ( full excess Amounts are listed below ) – depending on the type of incident that has occurred. EUR 1,600 Car Groups A & B EUR 2,000 Car Groups C, D, Q, E & F EUR 2,500 Car Groups J, G, V, P & W EUR 3,000 Car Groups S, T, I, M, N & Y


Optional Insurances available to the renter

Driver & Baggage: DBP / PAI is optional at EUR 5.50 per day or EUR 38.50 per week. Additional Driver : A charge of EUR 10.00 per day, per each additional driver will be applied, including tax.

Damage Procedure

At the start of every rental, each renter is asked to familiarise themselves by viewing digital photographs of the car with annotations circled in red to alert to any Pre-existing damage or defects recorded by the representative when carrying out the Vehicle Pre-Inspection ( VPI ). The photographs of the rented car are assigned at the desk to the renters Rental Agreement number and a copy of the PDF report is emailed to the customers email address. When renters receive their vehicle they are asked to re-check that the vehicle matches the VPI – if not the report can be amended prior to departing & a supplement report is emailed to the renter reflecting the changes. In addition, the renter can upload their own photographs and description of any discrepancies to – www.hertzvpi.ie within the first 24 hours of hire.


In the event of damage to the rental vehicle – renters are liable for the Limited Excess charge ( or standard excess if the LEP has been revoked due to an incident ). Clients may also be liable for the following additional amounts outside of the reduced excess:

A ) Damage to the vehicle clutch assembly which is determined to be caused by driver error.

B ) Damage to the vehicle as a result of driving through flood water and / or water damage.

C ) Damage to the vehicles engine and / or components caused by gross negligence.

D ) Damage incurred as a result of contaminated / incorrect fuel.

E ) Damage to the vehicle caused by the loss or theft of the keys or locking the keys inside the vehicle.

F ) Damage sustained by the vehicle being driven off-road.

G ) Call-out charges in the event of Emergency Roadside Assistance being required.

H ) Recovery charges by specialist equipment

The vehicle is checked in at time of return & compared with the VPI report created at time of pick up. Video calling is available on return for the Hertz Representative to contact our Head Office, if they are unsure whether or not the damage was pre-existing or disputed. New damage is recorded and a copy of the report is sent again to the customers email & our Damage / Claims Department for processing.

All incidents with the rental vehicle (traffic accident, loss, damage or theft of the vehicle ) should be reported to Hertz Head Office immediately and to the Police. If there are 3rd parties involved – their details should be obtained (vehicle registration numbers, owners, drivers, insurers and policy numbers and of all witnesses names, addresses & telephone numbers ). An incident report form will need to be completed also.


Optional Extras

Baby Seats: Available on request – baby seats are suitable for children aged between 6 Months – 4 / 5 years. A charge of EUR 40 per hire will be applied and if the Seat is not returned at the end of rental a charge of EUR 100 is applied.

Booster Seats : Available on request – booster seats are suitable for children aged between 5 – 11 years. A charge of EUR 15 per hire will be applied.

GPS / Neverlost : GPS Units ( Hertz Neverlost ) can be hired at a charge of EUR 11.35 per day Or EUR 68.10 per week, including tax. This charge is payable direct by the Renter.

Fuel : Vehicle is provided with a full tank of fuel, once returned full no additional Fuel charge to be applied. If not returned full, fuel charge will be applied Plus a refuelling service charge of EUR 9.50 including tax.

Fuel Purchase Option : Renters have the option of prepaying for a tank of fuel at the start of the Rental at a discounted rate ( to be advised at time of pick up ). With this Option renters should aim to return their vehicle empty or as close to empty As possible, as there is not a refund for unused fuel.


One Way Fees

One Way / Southern Irl: One Way rentals are free of charge between Dublin Airport & Dublin Downtown Locations ( South Circular & North Circular Road Locations ), Cork Airport, Cork City & Shannon Airports on all rental durations. A one way drop to any other Hertz Location will incur the following fee’s :- 1 - 4 days => One Way Fee of EUR 70 5 + days => One Way Fee of EUR 25 Kerry Airport / South Circular Road / North Circular Road / Shannon Airport Knock Airport / Sligo / Cork Airport / Cork City / Wexford / Waterford City Dublin Airport One Way / Northern Irl : A one way fee of EUR 160 is applicable for returns to the following Locations in Northern Ireland :- Belfast Int’l Airport / Belfast City Airport / Belfast Downtown / City of Derry United Kingdom : One Ways not allowed into the UK.


Traffic fines / Toll charges

The renter is fully responsible for all fines and any consequences of the violation of traffic & parking prohibitions during the rental. Where Hertz is required to pay such fines, the renter agrees that we may debit their credit or charge card during the rental or after the return of the vehicle with the amount of any fine, plus an administration fee.

A “ No Barrier tolling “ system is now in operation on the Dublin M50 Motorway between Junction 6 ( N3 Blanchardstown ) and Junction 7 ( N4 Lucan ). All Hertz vehicles have been registered with the Toll Operator and therefore Hertz will be charged automatically for each toll incurred. A Toll Fee of EUR 3.10 per usage will be charged directly to the customer on their credit card. Toll prices are subject to change.

At all other Tolling Booths in Ireland – barriers are in place & cash payment facilities are available – the renter is responsible for payment at each of these.

Your Contract

If you book a package which includes flights, your contract will be with Voyage Privé. The air holiday package(s) shown are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority. Our ATOL number is 10170.

If you book a package which does not include flights, then ATOL protection does not apply. Your contract will be with the provider of the accommodation and not Voyage Privé. Voyage Privé acts only as agent for the accommodation provider.

Please read our booking conditions before confirming your holiday.

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