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Hertz Car Rental

Belfast International Airport, Terminal Building, Belfast, County Antrim, BT29 4AA
Hertz Car Rental

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Hertz are one of the world’s leading car rental agencies with over 7,000 locations in 145 different countries across the world, building up a global reputation thanks to their fantastic customer service and rewarding loyalty schemes.
Providing a 5 star car rental service all customers across the world and offering a wide range of vehicles to its customers - from 3 door cars, luxury cars and rental vans – Hertz have something for all occasions. Hertz's Gold membership scheme rewards customers with no queuing times and special offers throughout the year. They also offer a loyalty points scheme for their customers which can be accumulated and used to upgrade on car rentals.
Hiring a car through Hertz in Belfast is the ideal way to visit the local hot spot destinations, as well as the hidden gems in the area. Picking up a vehicle from the well-placed Belfast Airport location allows their customers to drive in to city within half an hour, giving them more time to discover the endless culture of Northern Ireland's capital.
Hertz have also created an online hub of free activities for those wanting to visit cities across the UK called Hertz Together. This digital destination guide allows families and friends alike to find free activities in Belfast, providing true inspiration for things to do whilst exploring the city.
Book your holiday rental vehicle now through Hertz in Belfast to make the most of your visit to the capital of Northern Ireland.


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  • Euros accepted

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Saturday – Sunday 07:30 - 00:00

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