Europcar stations

Waterford Car Hire

the sweep garage, kilmeaden,
x91fp60  waterford
Ireland
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N : 52º 13' 36.84" W : 7º 13' 55.92"
The Europcar location in Waterford offers a quality car rental service to supply the motoring needs of South East of Ireland.

The Europcar location in Waterford City caters for all vehicle rental requirements, with a full range of cars available on short, ...Read more medium or long term rental options. Europcar also offers customers an extensive range of vans to rent from Waterford. Read less

How to find us ?

Europcar depot is located in Kilmeaden, along R680 road.Return at Europcar depot in Kilmeaden, along R680 road.

Opening hours

Thu.
09:00 - 17:30
Fri.
09:00 - 17:30
Sat.
10:00 - 13:00
Sun.
Closed
Mon.
09:00 - 17:30
Tue.
09:00 - 17:30
Wed.
09:00 - 17:30

Services available

Vehicles available

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

Nearby facilities

  • ATM 7.6 Distance
  • Petrol Station 1.1 Distance
  • Bus Multiple services
  • Bus Multiple services

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Waterford

The capital of the “Sunny South East”, Waterford City is a medieval city built on the banks of the River Suir. Waterford is home to bars and restaurants to cater to any taste while also hosting a range of festivals throughout the year. There are historic attractions, heritage attractions and beautiful streets graced with 18th Century architecture. No matter what the requirement, Europcar Waterford has the vehicle and service to meet your needs

One of the most famous exports from Waterford is Waterford Crystal. The House of Waterford Crystal is famous for many beautiful works including chandeliers in Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey and the Kennedy Centre in Washington DC. Today, visitors can enjoy the History & Visitor Centre, located beside the original Waterford Crystal factory. Visitors can see the traditional crystal mouth blowing and sculpting at first hand.

In terms of historical visitor attractions, Reginald’s Tower is Ireland’s oldest civic building and has been in continuous use for over 800 years. Constructed as a defensive position initially, the tower was built along the city walls and today is part of the largest collection of medieval walls and towers in the country. During its history, it served as a mint, an ammunition store, and a prison before opening to the public for the first time in 1950. Visitors to the tower will see a range of exhibits including models of Waterford City, decorated weights, a kite broach, swords and cannon balls.

For people looking to explore Waterford, there are numerous beaches and picturesque towns and villages along the coastline to explore. Dunmore East and Dungarvan, in particular, are picturesque fishing villages that are worth visiting

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