Europcar stations

Galway City Centre Car Hire

motor park, 3rd exit off kirwan rb,,
headford road, galway city,
N : 53º 17' 9.6" W : 9º 2' 35.52"
Galway’s popularity as a tourist destination stems, in part, from its laid-back and bohemian atmosphere. Art galleries, colourful pubs and a vibrant medieval town centre set the stage. Entertainment options abound, ranging from street performance to lively ...Read more annual festivals. But this is only the beginning of a holiday in Galway. Europcar offer a fantastic location in Galway City, with a full range of vehicles available, meaning you can rent the car you need when you need it.

Europcar Galway City also offers a flexible short, medium and long term rental service for companies with variable fleet requirements back up by the specialist fleet management team in Europcar. Read less

How to find us ?

Europcar depot is located at the Motorpark, by Headford Road. Near its intersection with the N6. Return at Europcar depot in Motorpark, Headford Road.

Opening hours

09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
09:00 - 17:30
10:00 - 15:00

Services available

Vehicles available

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

Nearby facilities

  • Petrol Station 0.3 Distance
  • ATM 4.1 Distance
  • Taxi station 3.2 Distance
  • Bus Multiple services
  • Bus Multiple services

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Galway City

The charming medieval streets of Galway are a pleasure to walk and discover while Quay Street, the main shopping street is full of bars, restaurants and atmosphere. In almost every bar, you will find live traditional music and a friendly atmosphere. Simply spending time walking around, shopping and eating and enjoying the atmosphere is good enough a reason for most people who visit to want to come back again!

History of Galway City

The history of Galway dates back more than 800 years, where it was the only medieval city in the entire province of Connaught.

The name Galway comes from Gaillimh meaning stony river after the River Corrib that flows through Galway.

Things to do in Galway

Galway City is just as important for tourists looking to explore the West of Ireland. Visitors very often base themselves in Galway City have many miles of stunning coastal scenery to explore, culminating in the majestic Cliffs of Moher. Just as riveting is are the Aran Islands, home of Dun Aengus, the millennia-old Iron Age fort that perches more than 300 feet above the churning Atlantic. Meanwhile Connemara is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt places in the world, offering views of rugged and wild terrain.

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