Best rated stations in Madrid, Community of Madrid, Spain
105 Calle Del Dr Esquerdo
Average pickup time: 11-20 minutes.
8 out of 10 (1 Reviews)
Pickup time 100%
Overall value 80%
4 out of 5
SofiaReviewed on Dec 25, 2018, 11:11 AM
Great car. Good prices. Good experience overall. I would have liked to know at pickup if in case office was closed for drop off if possible to leave keys somewhere.... after closing hours..
Frequently asked questions
If your trip to Madrid is all locked in but your travel itinerary is a bit on the empty side, we can give you a helping hand.Think of Madrid and then say the first thing that comes to mind. Bet you said “Plaza Mayor,” right? Being such a well-known landmark, you just can’t miss it. Toss your suitcases into the back seat and check it off your bucket list.You’ll need to jump out of bed early if you’re planning to see all the great sights that this place has to offer. Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum and Almudena Cathedral are no-brainers. Royal Palace of Madrid and El Rastro shouldn’t be missed either.Plan a stop at Gran Via Street. It’s one attraction you’ll usually find on most visitors’ must-do lists. Puerta del Sol and Madrid Rio are also close by and worth a pit stop.
If you’re in the mood for a day trip, pack some snacks and hit the road to Alcala de Henares. Situated 18 miles away, it has no shortage of things to keep you busy. Chinchon is one more place to explore. It’s located 25 miles away. Step out of the car, have a quick stretch and find out what this place offers.
If you’re traveling to Madrid for work-related reasons, there’s a good chance you’ll be visiting some convention centers. With your own set of wheels, you can relax knowing you’ll make it there on time. Here are some of the most well known:
Sala Alcala 31 (0.3 miles away).
Fundacion MAPFRE Recoletos Exhibition Hall (1 mile away).
Colonial Norte (1 mile away).
With notable sights like Prado Museum and Plaza Mayor, it’s no surprise Madrid is such a popular tourist destination. But if you plan to hit the roads of this vibrant metropolis, you’ll want to think small. A compact rental car will have you masterfully maneuvering the bustling streets and parking with ease. If you don’t like the idea of big-city driving, there’s a whole lot to explore farther afield. Jump behind the wheel of a four-wheel drive or an SUV and check out the gorgeous cliffs that Community of Madrid is renowned for.
For some people, owning a high-end vehicle is the stuff of fairy tales. But renting the car of your dreams is far more achievable than you might think! Imagine the thrill of cruising the open roads in a fancy convertible, even if it’s only for a short while. Or perhaps all you want is a budget ride to get you from A to B. Flashy or affordable? Whatever you decide, one thing’s for sure — there’s a rental car to suit your style in Madrid.
It’s relatively easy to find a car space in Madrid, although you might find it difficult to nab a spot in the busiest areas. Staying at a hotel with a parking lot is always a smart idea.
Before and after work is when Madrid roads are at their busiest, so avoid these times for a smoother ride. Cruising around a city of 3,255,900 is thrilling and fun, but not when you’re stuck in in a sea of gridlocked cars.
The residential zones in the city of Madrid have a 30km/h speed limit. Outside these areas, the speed limits usually range between 30km/h and 50km/h.
Normally your chosen car rental company will bill the fined amount to your credit card, including local taxes and surcharges. Otherwise, they may supply your contact details to local law enforcement agencies, who’ll then issue a fine directly to you.
Like many places, regular cell phone usage is not allowed while cruising in your car around Madrid. However, there is an exception for hands-free or Bluetooth functions. Just ensure you keep your eyes on the road.
In Madrid, it is a fineable offence to drive with a BAC (blood alcohol content) greater than 0.05%. If you plan to have a drink or two, you’d be wise to leave the rental car behind.
Turning on a red light is prohibited in Madrid. Be on the lookout for traffic lights and signs to make sure you don’t break any traffic laws.
Seat belts are required in Community of Madrid. However, this rule may not apply for some vehicles, such as those operated by public transportation systems.