among our clients


  • Chris Dykes

    I like Apex for their quick response, fair price and for the wide selection of amazing cars!

  • Leeann Darty

    They were helpful and very flexible in dealing with my complicated booking, which included a last minute change.

  • Barry Branch

    Imagine the looks we got from people! And of course the feeling of riding an amazing car is really unique - I will not forget that experience. Thanks!

Rent a BMW in Dublin

When going abroad, sometimes tourists forget that they do not have to compromise on comfort, amenities, and style. It is often thought they must give up the notion of luxury, speed, and class as well. Set those notions aside, weary travelers, for it is possible to rent a BMW in Dublin. Skip roughing it in whatever the locals have to rent to you. To truly experience all that the city has to offer involves making a big splash. Go for it and hire a BMW in Dublin.

The first settlements founded by the Vikings was named Dub Linn. It is now the area where Medieval history comes alive with St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and Christ Church. Beyond the Medieval Quarter there is Temple Bar, which was revitalized two decades ago as part of the Cultural Quarter of the city. Speaking of the 1990's and more recent era, what was old is now new again as the Docklands Quarter has become Silicon Docks. Even more so, there are actually new parts of of the city to speak of, specifically, the Creative Quarter. As a place for creatives to work, it features designers and out-of-the-box thinkers alike. Established in 2012, The Creative Quarter is bounded by South William St. to George's St., and includes Lower Stephen's to Exchequer St.

Though, most probably think of the Georgian architecture when they think of charming old Dublin. After all, it is what Ireland is known for around the globe. Trinity College is, of course, a part of the classic portion of the city, as Ireland's top world-renowned university. Check out Henrietta Street, along with Kings Inn, and Fitzwilliam Square for breathtaking views of the Georgian architecture. Henrietta was in disarray for nearly 200 years, though recently was restored. It is something worth visiting to get a true handle on the breadth of the architectural beauty in everyday life. Henrietta St features residential buildings.

Speaking of old but valued, Old Library is something of a treasure trove. It houses every copyrighted book within the United Kingdom and Ireland. That's more than 5 million published works. It is nothing to sneeze at, as the beauty of the building is like a wooden palace honoring the works on its shelves. It is majestic at the same time. All of these places are worth a stop, time permitting. Though, it can be difficult to decide which of the old esteemed libraries to visit, which if of the best samples of Georgian architecture to stop to look at for hours on end.

It is even difficult to decide how much time to spend at the National Museum of Ireland for Archaeology. Whatever you decide, after taking in all of the bookish sites, be sure to stop at the basement of the Writers Museum. They serve up contemporary Irish fare inspired by French technique. Apex Luxury Car Hire is there for you throughout the trip. Offering top notch customer service, flawless luxury, and the best cars is the name of our game. Contact us for a BMW rental in Dublin today!

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