Why BA car hire?

Book your car rental with British Airways - in partnership with Avis - and enjoy these great benefits:

  • Great rates and flexibility
  • Combine your flight with a car and save
  • Convenient and extensive choice of locations
  • Earn Avios on every rental
  • All mandatory charges included
  • 24 hour customer support
  • Free additional driver for Executive Club members
  • Join Avis Preferred at no extra charge and beat the queues with faster pick up

Belfast car hire

Enjoy the freedom to explore the city and beyond at your own pace with car hire in Belfast. Take in stunning coastal scenery and visit the magnificent Giant's Causeway. Choose the vehicle to suit you and earn Avios points.

Take advantage of our car hire to enjoy freedom and flexibility on city breaks in Belfast. Explore the city and its surroundings your way and in your own time. Take in the spectacular Glens of Antrim and remarkable walled city of Londonderry. Choose an affordably-priced economy car or spacious luxury vehicle. Book your flights and car hire together for guaranteed savings.

See Belfast and beyond by car

The Giants Causeway near Belfast

Giant’s Causeway

Hire a car in Belfast and visit the magnificent Giant’s Causeway on the north east coast of Co Antrim. Shrouded in mystery, this remarkable geological formation on the north east coast is made up of nearly 40,000 basalt columns that stretch out to sea. During your visit, why not stop by the Causeway Hotel for high tea? Or travel by steam train along the coast to the historic town of Bushmills, home to the famous ‘Old Bushmills’ Distillery.

Dunluce Castle in Belfast

Dunluce Castle

Take advantage of our Belfast car hire and visit dramatic Dunluce Castle on the north Antrim coast. In a striking location close to a headland that plunges into the sea, this medieval castle is steeped in fascinating history. Archaeological evidence has proven that a village once surrounded the castle but was destroyed by fire in 1641. The site was also witness to the sinking of a colony ship in 1857 that resulted in the loss of 240 lives.

Londonderry in Belfast

Walled City of Derry

Londonderry, also known as Derry, is the only remaining completely walled city in Ireland. It is one of the finest of its kind in Europe, offering a unique experience to visitors. The city’s distinctive architecture and striking hilltop setting overlooking the River Foyle makes it a must-visit on trips to Londonderry. Its two road bridges over the river, the Craigavon and Foyle, are iconic structures that act as gateways to this impressive city.

Coastal route from Belfast

Causeway Coastal Route

If you’re hiring a car in the city, you simply must drive the stunning Causeway Coastal Route from Belfast to Derry. This 120-mile route takes in major attractions and outstanding coastal scenery, earning it a well-deserved reputation as ‘one of the world’s great road journeys’. Highlights include the Giant’s Causeway, Dunluce Castle, Glenariff Forest Park and Londonderry. Head off route and discover even more unforgettable views in the surrounding Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Glens of Antrim near Belfast

The Glens of Antrim

Ireland is known as ‘The Emerald Isle’ and it’s easy to see why when you cast your gaze over the lush green beauty of the Glens of Antrim. These nine valleys form a patchwork quilt of glorious natural beauty stretching 80 miles from Larne to the coast. It is said that a young St Patrick tended sheep at Slemish Mountain in the region. ‘Queen of the Glens’, Glenariff is perhaps the most beautiful with its waterfalls and plunging gorge.

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