RV rental in Dublin

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Compact Plus

McRent4.5/58 km from Dublin

Compact Plus +6
Immediately available
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2 adults
Unlimited kilometres
2 beds
€1,324.00 / €94.57 per night
Family Standard

McRent4.5/58 km from Dublin

Family Standard +10
Immediately available
Cancel free of charge
4 adults
Unlimited kilometres
3 beds
€1,384.00 / €98.86 per night
Family Plus

McRent4.5/58 km from Dublin

Family Plus +11
Immediately available
Cancel free of charge
3 adults/2 children
Unlimited kilometres
4 beds
€1,449.00 / €103.50 per night

Renting a campervan in Dublin

Dublin is a vibrant city right in the heart of Ireland and with its long history and unique culture, it has something for everyone to explore. There are plenty of cheap flights available from the UK which makes Dublin a fantastic choice for a long weekend. [1] Renting a campervan gives you the flexibility to explore Dublin and the surrounding areas. It is also a great place to start and end an exciting holiday in Ireland.

You can explore the older parts of the city, for example, Ha’Penny Bridge or Dublin Castle or visit the iconic Dublin hot spots The Temple Bar and the Guinness Factory. Time spent immersing yourself in this beautiful Irish city will enrich your life and give you stories to tell your friends.

Why is it worth booking an RV rental in Dublin early?

With its history, heritage, culture, and ceilidh nightlife, Dublin is the perfect spot to start your road trip in Ireland. Pick up your campervan in Dublin, spend a couple of days enjoying this capital city and then head out to explore the stunning countryside of Ireland. Discover rugged mountains, peaceful lakes, miles of coastline, historic castles, and a warm welcome wherever you go. Whether you're looking for romance or a family-friendly vacation, choosing a campervan to hire from Dublin is the perfect way to do it. In Ireland, the weather is mild in spring and pleasantly warm in summer, making these seasons popular times for vacations especially when the schools are out. This is when demand for camper rentals in Dublin is at its highest. To be sure of getting the best price as well as the dates of your choice, we recommend booking your camper several months in advance. By booking early, you'll also have a wider choice of campervan rentals in Dublin to select from. Every camper reservation comes with a fair and clear cancellation policy and no hidden charges should you need to change your vacation dates. If you have any questions before or after booking, the friendly CamperDays customer service team is always on hand to answer them. Life is relaxed in Ireland and a road trip in a camper from Dublin gives you total freedom and flexibility. It is also a budget-friendly way to travel. Simply compare the cost of your campervan with the cost of hotel accommodation, car rental, and restaurants and you'll see how competitive a vacation on the road can be.

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McRentCollinstown Business ParkK67 C7D0 Ireland
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Tips on visiting Dublin

Going on a campervan holiday to Dublin is an excellent way to be flexible and see as many sights as possible. The demand during the summer months is considerably higher, therefore, it is recommended to book several months in advance. Booking early gives you the flexibility to choose a campervan, which is best suited to your needs. In addition, it also gives you the best chance of getting a cheaper daily rate with savings of up to £75.

You can still be flexible when booking through Camperdays as rebookings or amendments are usually no problem.We do not charge for rebookings, and we pride ourselves on having a fair cancellation policy. If you would like more information or if you would like to speak to our friendly customer service team, then give us a call.

The unmissable parts of Dublin

There are many things to do in Ireland’s largest city. Dublin is home to some of the oldest establishments in the world.

Dublin Zoo

  • It is situated in Phoenix Park in Dublin. It is easily accessible and there is a car park at the cricket grounds opposite the zoo.

  • Entry fee costs €21 for adults and if you book online in advance, you can save 15%.

  • See over 400 rare, exotic and endangered species from all over the world in as close to a natural habitat as possible.

Visit The Guinness Storehouse Factory

  • Take a self-guided or guided tour of the factory starting from €26/pp.

  • Enjoy a pint of Guinness or a non-alcoholic drink in the Gravity Bar.

  • Explore all 7 floors full of activities including a museum about the founder Arthur Guinness.

  • Learn how to pour a pint of Guinness from the experts!

Visit The Temple Bar

  • Taste one (or several) of the 450 types of Whiskey on sale: the largest collection in Ireland.

  • Experience one of the busiest pubs in Dublin full of tourists and locals.

  • Check their website to see what bands are playing.

Learn about Dublin’s History at the Little Museum of Dublin

  • Take a guided tour for as little as €8.

  • This compact Museum is full of history and stories jam-packed in an elegant Georgian townhouse.

  • Visit the website to view the current exhibitions.

  • Are you a music fan? Visit a room dedicated to the 40-year history of U2.

Walk around Dublin Castle

  • Book a self-guided or guided tour from €8 p/person. Open 7 days a week including bank holidays.

  • Book up to 7 days in advance and choose a time slot, however, you will need around one hour for your visit.

  • Experience the history of this 800-year-old castle.

  • Check the website to view the current exhibitions.

Popular events in Dublin

St Patrick’s Day (March): St Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world on the 17th of March, but there is no better place to celebrate it than Dublin. Dublin is packed full of events, which take place over several days and a lot of them are free. Watch the parade pass through the city and enjoy the upbeat atmosphere where up to 750,000 people are celebrating this public holiday.

Rugby Six Nations (October - November): since 1882 the ‘home nations’ of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales have competed in the rugby union championships. In the last 20 years, the event has expanded to include France and Italy and is now known as the Six Nations. Experience one of the oldest competitions at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin.

Taste of Dublin Food Festival (June): the taste of Dublin is a 4-day festival situated in the Iveagh Gardens in central Dublin. It features foods from the best local restaurants along with signature dishes made by top-class international chefs.

Dublin Farmers Market (April-Sept): every Thursday at Emerald Glen Park you can experience the farmers’ market. Buy local fresh produce, baked goods, pasta, honey, nuts and more direct from the producers. Between June and August from 8 pm you can enjoy the Summer Concert Series, where local bands play at the Emerald Glen Amphitheatre.


  • The main driver must present a valid credit card when collecting an RV rental in Dublin. This is held as a security and damages deposit.

  • In Ireland, you can legally drive a campervan from the age of 21. However, most rental companies prefer drivers over 25 and may add a surcharge for younger drivers.

  • No, you don't as long as you have a valid driving license issued in the USA, EU, or the UK. You should have held a full license for at least a year.

  • You can drive freely across the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Just give your rental company some idea of your route.

  • Yes, campervans are ideal for family vacations. Just be sure to have the appropriate child seats.

  • All rental companies have some vehicles where well-behaved dogs are allowed. Always read the terms and conditions carefully.

  • Unfortunately not. Wild camping is strictly forbidden in Ireland. Wherever you go, however, you'll find a campsite.

Categories of campervans in Dublin

Small RV
Small RV
2 - 4 peopleFuel consumption: 10 - 20 l / 100 kmFor people who don’t need much spacePros: mobile, compact, low rental price
Luxury RV
Luxury RV
3 - 7 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 25 l / 100 kmFor people who like high comfortPros: spacious, high comfort, exclusive equipment
Large motorhomes
Large motorhomes
3 - 7 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 25 - 35 l / 100 kmFor experienced driversPros: comfortable, spacious
4WD campers
4WD campers
2 - 4 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 16 l / 100 kmFor people who love exploring the landscapePros: powerful engine, all-terrain
Truck campervan
Truck campervan
2 - 5 peopleFuel consumption: ca. 30 l / 100 kmFor intermediate driversPros: all-terrain, comfortable, mobile, powerful engine
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