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SIXT Rent a Car Northern Ireland

Level F, 3 Lanyon Place, Belfast, County Antrim, BT1 3LP
SIXT Rent a Car Northern Ireland

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About

SIXT is a car hire service giving you access to Belfast and Northern Ireland.

No matter whether you want to explore the historic capital of Northern Ireland, experience the epic Giants Causeway Coastal Route or simply enjoy the beautiful countryside, lakes and coastline, SIXT Rent a Car give you the freedom and flexibility to do so.

SIXT has 5 branches in Belfast and Northern Ireland:

Belfast City Centre Hilton/Oxford Street Car Park (BT1 3LP)
Belfast International Airport (BT29 4EW)
Belfast Titanic Quarter with a shuttle bus that runs between the Belfast City Airport (BT3 9EU)
Belfast Cruise Terminal (BT3 9EA)
Newtownards (BT23 8NN)

Between them, you will have easy access to all areas of the city, its transport hubs, attractions and more.

The adventure doesn’t need to end here, with the option to return your SIXT rent a car to any of our Ireland branches (Dublin, Cork and Shannon).

Our fleet is perfect for business or leisure, offering you small hatchbacks, family saloons, SUV’s, luxury models, vans and more.

SIXT look forward to welcoming you to Belfast for a city break, business trip or longer holiday.

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Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted
  • Euros accepted

Special Offers

  • Get Out to Help Out - 50% Off

    Valid throughout September, we are offering a 50% discount Monday to Wednesday. Longer bookings can be made with discounts on the selected days. Subject to availability and valid on selected vehicles.

    Call 0330 002 2666 and quote 'SIXT Staycation 2020'

    More offers like this - Experiences & Attractions

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