Get cheap car hire in the UAE and discover there’s more to this country than just Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The UAE is a fascinating and varied federation of 7 emirates. From the wealth of Dubai and Abu Dhabi to the lesser known Umm Al Qaiwain and Ras Al Khaimah, the UAE is home to deserts, wonderful beaches, excellent shopping, world leading hotels, and a fascinating culture.
With coastlines on the Gulf of Oman and the Persian Gulf, you’re well covered when it comes to water sports. If you travel to the northern emirates you’ll discover rugged and remote wadis as well as striking archaeological sites and natural rock formations around Wadi Wurayah in the Hajjar Mountains.
At Economy Car Hire we like to focus on great value and great service. Book with us and you'll get your holiday off to a great start when you pick up your rental car at any one of our destinations in the UAE.
Our head office is open 6 days a week and we also open on Bank Holiday’s and operate a 24/7 phone service for emergencies. Our unlimited mileage promise also means you can explore to your heart's content.
No matter which of the seven emirates of the UAE you choose to base your holiday in, rest assured that Economy Car Hire will be close by to give you the keys to your superb rental car. The airports we cover in the UAE include:
Dubai International Airport - Based on the Arabian Gulf, where a golden sandy coastline dazzles under a scorching sun, Dubai is a holiday destination where fun and entertainment is guaranteed. If it gets too hot, head for the indoor ski centre or the shade of the Jumeirah Mosque. If you’re after modern architecture, make for the Burj Khalifa - the tallest building in the world at 828m.
Abu Dhabi Airport - The capital city of the UAE boasts many wonderful sights including the stunning Sheikh Zayed Mosque. The 6km-long Corniche beach is great for topping up a tan or if you’re here for the F1, head on down to Yas Marina for the action or to visit Ferrari World.
Sharjah Airport - The Eye of the Emirates and the Arab Capital of Culture, Sharjah is a world away from its richer neighbours. With a wonderful Old Town, a complete ban on alcohol, and strict decency laws, this really does feel like a Muslim country. The Aquarium offers a fascinating insight into the local species whilst the excellent Museum of Islamic Civilisation covers everything from clothing to architecture and even has letters written by the Prophet Muhammad. Perched on the water’s edge, the Al Noor Mosque is another highlight.
Start planning your ideal trip to the United Arab Emirates by perusing our in-depth UAE travel guide today. Don't forget we also have a guide to driving in the UAE so you can familiarise yourself with the rules of the road before you arrive.