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bus station avd del parc s n
Average Pick-Up time: 21-30 minutes
cakealda Reviewed on Jul 10, 2018, 3:56 AM
Very courteous and friendly counter staff, pick up was easy and they had the automatic vehicle we wanted, which wasn't available in Frankfurt. Drop off at Frankfurt was easy, stress free and took just minutes.
parque de negocio mas blau
Average Pick-Up time: 0-10 minutes
Jeremie1 Reviewed on May 15, 2018, 6:48 PM
Easy pick-up, friendly staff, great price and after hours drop-off.
Average Pick-Up time: 11-20 minutes
Bahli Reviewed on Oct 22, 2018, 12:03 PM
Small car rental with great service. Folded everything frictionless and like clockwork!
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Whether you’re sipping Sangria and watching flamenco performances, or making pilgrimages to the surreal landmarks of the great architect Gaudi, Spain is a sun-soaked country that begs to be explored at your own pace. Having your own rental car makes it possible, whatever you’re in the mood to see.
You can get a head start on your Spanish getaway by booking local transportation before you jet off. CarRentals.com makes it easy to check out cheap deals in one place. To keep costs to a minimum, aim to:
It’s important to consider the costs of different fuel policies with Spain car rentals. Full-to-empty policies, where you’ll pick up the car with a full tank of gas and expected to return it as close to empty as possible, can work out more expensive. That said, some companies do now offer partial refunds on any gas left over.
There are numerous rental companies to choose from in Spain, including Enterprise, Avis, Alamo, and Sixt. Local firms are available as well, so just do a bit of homework ahead of time and check the latest user reviews online before making your choice.
Many vehicle types are available to book through CarRentals.com, so it all comes down to your circumstances:
Rental companies will usually expect you to be at least 21 to drive one of their vehicles. There can also be a surcharge if you happen to be under 25 or - be aware of that - older than a certain age.
Yes, so do take a moment to check if your current car insurance or credit card insurance policies cover car rental in Spain. You’ll be able to purchase a policy from the checkout on CarRentals.com, or from your chosen rental company.
Keen to explore areas like Andalusia and Galicia without worrying about incurring extra costs? You’ll want to see if there are any limits on how far you drive – an unlimited mileage policy will give you peace of mind on those epic road trips.
The majority of rental companies require credit cards, but some do offer rentals with debit cards providing you take out a bigger insurance policy.
Being able to drop off your rental car at a different branch from where you collected it can suit many visitors to Spain. Just check with the rental company on how it can be done, and how much it may cost.
Spain is a vast country with so many places to discover with your rental car. Here are some stops that deserve to be on a visitor’s agenda:
Hop behind the wheel of your rental car and you can embark on a stunning tour of the southern coast of Spain. Malaga is a good starting point – the birthplace of Picasso, it has an atmospheric museum devoted to the Modernist genius, along with historic landmarks galore. Then, head east to the resort town of Nerja, with its sandy beaches, and then onwards to Almeria, with its Moorish Alcazaba. You can round the journey off in Murcia, a city renowned for the quality of the tapas.
Spain is known as a country pushing culinary boundaries. So, whether you want to perch at a bar and feast on tapas, or visit Michelin-starred temples of gastronomy, it’s all here. Then there are the beaches. From the Costa del Sol to the Costa Brava, there’s more sand than you can shake a bottle of sunblock at. History and culture are also important here, with museums devoted to titans of art, and numerous centuries-old structures reflecting different epochs of Spain’s past.