If your trip to Huerta de Rey is all booked but your travel itinerary is a bit on the empty side, let us give you a few hints and tips.If you want to see more, Abbey of Santo Domingo de Silos, Archaeological Site of Clunia Sulpicia and Plaza Mayor are popular among visitors and within a short drive of the downtown area.
If you’re looking for a day-trip destination, we’ve got a couple of tips. Situated 20 miles away, San Esteban de Gormaz is worth hopping in the car for. Among the first stops you make here should be Bodegas Dominio de Atauta, Parque del Romanico de Castilla y Leon and Church of Santa Maria del Rivero. The locals are also likely to point you toward Covarrubias, 20 miles away. If you can only find time for one attraction here, let it be Colegiata de San Cosme y San Damian. (But we’re also big fans of Taller Artesano Yanez and Tower of Fernan Gonzalez.)
With your own rental vehicle, Huerta de Rey is yours to discover. People travel to this captivating city for a variety of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have a different car for each of them. The main priority for families is space. Depending on the number of family members, that could mean anything from a full-size car to an SUV. Those on a budget usually go for the fuel-efficiency of our smaller vehicles, such as a compact car or mini. If you’re eager to turn some heads in Huerta de Rey, browse our special category for a vehicle that will make any car enthusiast giddy with excitement.
For some people, owning a prestige vehicle is a little (or a lot!) out of reach. But renting the car of your dreams is far easier than you think! Picture yourself cruising around town in a classy sports car, even if it’s just for a short while. Or perhaps all you want is a set of wheels to bring you safely from point A to point B. Flashy or frugal? Whatever you’re looking for, there’s a rental car to suit you in Huerta de Rey.
You’ll be driving on the right-hand side of the road in Huerta de Rey. Even though the rules may be similar to home, we suggest driving with extra care in places you’ve never been.
Scoring a parking space in Huerta de Rey isn’t too difficult. Of course, it depends on the time and place — you may find it tricky parking in the very center during busier periods.
One awesome thing about road tripping around a smaller city is lighter traffic, so don’t stress too much about rush-hour gridlock. With a population of roughly 1,200, you can expect a smooth Huerta de Rey driving experience.
While driving through the streets of Huerta de Rey, keep in mind that the speed limits typically range from 50km/h to 120km/h. Residential zones are 50km/h unless posted otherwise.
Most of the time, your rental car company will charge the amount detailed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges. Otherwise, they may supply your information to the relevant local authority, who’ll then send a fine straight to you.
If you have hands-free functions like Bluetooth enabled, it’s legal to use your phone while driving around Huerta de Rey. Just make sure you keep your eyes on the road.
In Huerta de Rey, it is illegal to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) higher than 0.05%. If you’re in the mood for a couple of glasses of wine with dinner, leave your rental car at your hotel.
No, it’s not. In Huerta de Rey, red equals stop, with no exceptions. When nearing a set of traffic lights, always maintain a safe speed so you can easily stop if you need to.
Seat belts must be worn in Sierra de la Demanda. Having said that, these rules may not apply for certain vehicles, such as those used by public transportation networks.