Europcar stations

Cork City Centre Car Hire

lee garage, 11-13 south terrace,
N : 51º 53' 40.56" W : 8º 28' 8.76"
Europcar Cork City car rental is located within the well-known Lee Garage, just off Union Quay, on the banks of the River Lee. A convenient 2 or 3-minute walk from Patrick Street in the heart of Cork, Europcar is the ideal location for customers looking ...Read more to rent a car with Europcar and avail of a convenient location in Cork City Centre.

The location caters for leisure customers, corporate customers availing of the flexible short, medium and long-term business fleet management service offered by Europcar and customers renting a van.

Tourists looking to hire a car and explore beyond Cork City have numerous options. The picturesque village of Kinsale is both a medieval fishing port and the Gourmet Capital of Ireland. Alternatively, Blarney Castle and grounds offers visitors the opportunity to explore a 15th Century castle and the opportunity to kiss the Blarney Stone. The Jameson Experience in nearby Middleton offers guided tours of the extraordinary story of Jameson Irish Whiskey. Read less

How to find us ?

Europcar office is located in Lee Garage, just off Union Quay. 2 or 3-minute walk from Patrick Street. Return at Europcar office in Lee Garage, off Union Quay.

Opening hours

09:00 - 14:00
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30

Services available

Vehicles available

  • Luxury cars
  • Automatic cars
  • 4x4 ou SUV
  • Cars
  • Vans

Nearby facilities

  • Taxi station 0.5 Distance
  • Petrol Station 1.1 Distance
  • Petrol Station 1.2 Distance
  • ATM 0.2 Distance
  • Train Multiple services
  • Bus Multiple services
  • Bus Multiple services

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Cork City Information

The Europcar branch is close to many major hotels, and the tourist office on Patrick Street. 

Cork City is built on the banks of the River Lee, with Cork City Centre located on an island formed by two channels of the River Lee. The streets of Cork City Centre are graced with Georgian buildings while Saint Patrick Street, the main shopping street runs from Saint Patrick’s Bridge through the entire centre of the island. Off Saint Patrick’s Street are narrow streets and alleys full of bars, shops, and restaurants.

Cork has a long and bruising history, inextricably linked with Ireland’s struggle for nationhood. The story begins in the 7th century, when St Finbarre founded a monastery on a corcach (marshy place).

Wild Atlantic Way

For the more adventurous, the Wild Atlantic Way, a 2,500km coastal road trip which starts in Derry and follows the Irish Coastline finishes in Kinsale, just south of Cork City.

For those looking to enjoy a small segment of the Wild Atlantic Way, the drive from Cork City to Kerry provides access to some of Ireland’s most beautiful coastline. However, to do all aspects of this route will take two days to complete approximately.

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