If your trip to Zujar is all locked in but your itinerary is looking a little empty, let us give you a helping hand.Close to the city center, Iglesia de la Anunciacion is one attraction to consider putting on your to-do list. Jabalcon Ermita de la Virgen de la Cabeza and Cerro Jabalcon are also not far away and worth a detour.
If you’ve checked off all the main attractions in Zujar, you won’t want to pack away those comfy sneakers just yet. You’ll find big-name attractions just down the road. About 50 miles away in Granada, Alhambra lures big crowds year-round. Why not head there and see what all the fuss is about?
With your own set of wheels, Zujar is yours to experience. People make their way to this captivating city for lots of reasons, and here at CarRentals.com we have a different car for each of them. The biggest priority for families is space (and legroom). Depending on the number of family members, that could mean anything from a full-size car to a van. Thrifty travelers usually go for the fuel-efficiency and affordability of our smaller rentals, such as an economy or compact car. If you want to make a grand entrance in Zujar, you could even have a glimpse at our special category for a vehicle that will make any car fan giddy with excitement.
Sometimes it’s all about the journey, which makes your car choice important. If you’re planning an epic road trip around Zujar, a spacious SUV could be your perfect match. If you’d like the cheapest price possible and plan on doing a lot of city driving, a budget compact is hard to beat. All you have to do is decide what’ll suit you best, round up the troops, and start clocking up those miles.
You’ll need to keep right when driving in Zujar. Also, exercise a little extra caution if it’s your first time in the driver’s seat here. Once you have a feel for how the locals drive, you can relax and enjoy the new scenery!
Nabbing a parking space in Zujar shouldn’t be too hard. Of course, it depends on where you are and when — it may be tricky parking in the very center during busier periods.
As the population of Zujar is approximately 2,700, you won’t experience too much difficulty with traffic. That said, major roads are generally busier before and after work hours, so you may want to avoid driving during these times.
Speed limits vary across Zujar, but generally range from 50km/h to 120km/h. Most residential areas have a maximum speed of 50km/h unless posted otherwise.
Most of the time, your chosen car rental company will bill the amount listed on the fine to your credit card, including local surcharges. Alternatively, they may forward your contact details to the relevant local law enforcement agency, who’ll then issue a fine directly to you.
It is prohibited to use your cell phone while driving around Zujar, and you could also receive a fine for just holding your phone when you’re in control of a vehicle. That said, using hands-free or Bluetooth functions is allowed, as long as you stay focused on the road.
When behind the wheel in Zujar, it’s an offence to have a BAC (blood alcohol content) above 0.05%. Thinking of having a few drinks over lunch or dinner? Consider grabbing a taxi or using a ride-sharing service.
No, it’s not. In Zujar, red means stop, with no exceptions. When nearing traffic lights, always maintain a safe speed so you can easily stop when you need to.
Seat belts have to be worn in Granada Province. Having said that, the rules may vary for some vehicles, such as those operated by public transportation systems.