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What You Need to Know about Driving your Car Rental in Spain
If you are looking for cheap car rental in Spain, compare deals using our search powered by CarTrawler. Car rental is available at all major locations in Spain, including Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga, Alicante, Valencia, Seville, Grenada and other major Cities and Airports throughout Spain including Bilbao and Gerona Airports.
Spain shares the Iberian Peninsula with Portugal - it is considered an exotic country in Europe due to its friendly inhabitants, relaxed lifestyle, its cuisine, vibrant nightlife, world-famous folklore and festivities
Worth visiting is Spain's thriving capital Madrid, the vibrant coastal city of Barcelona, the famous "Running of the Bulls" at Pamplona,
major Andalucian cities with Moorish architecture, like Seville, Granada and Córdoba, the Way of St. James and the idyllic Balearic and
Canary Islands. Great beaches, nightlife, many cultural regions and historic cities, makes Spain a great destination.Spain surprises those
who only know its reputation for great beach holidays. There is everything from lush meadows and snowy mountains to huge marshes and
deserts in the south east.Cheap car rental in Spain will ensure you enjoy the best of this country at your own pace.
From the pulsating beats of night clubs to the intoxicating rhythms of the flamenco, Spain is a land with a rich tradition and a sharp eye for
the future.You will find fine art, revolutionary architecture, inspiring fashion and world class music — Spain is a lesson in diversity. From
the official capital at Madrid to the cultural capital at Barcelona and the beach capital at Valencia,
Spain has something for everyone, whether you're after beaches or sweeping plains, lively clubs or impressive cathedrals.Spain has a vast
and diverse landscape, an ideal destination for touring. Car rental in Spain is essential for exploring sunny Mediterranean coastlines and
lively cities. There are many historical sites and cultural events to see, so you can't do without cheap car rental in Spain during your
Small Towns in Spain
Spain also has many smaller towns with their own charming appeal. By using car rental and heading away from the cities, you can enjoy
anything from walled towns with vibrant historic centres to classy beach resorts.
* Salou * Caceres * Cádiz * Aranjuez * Segovia.
An archipelego of islands off the coast of Spain.The main islands of the autonomous community are Majorca (Mallorca), Minorca
(Menorca), Ibiza and Formentera, all of which are popular tourist destinations. Among the minor islands is Cabrera. All of these Islands
have an excellent climate with around 300 days of sun per year, wonderful golden beaches and a rich cultural experience for tourists.
An Atlantic territory of Spain on the west coast of Africa, near Morocco and Cape Verde. The islands are: Gran Canaria,Tenerife,
Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro and Fuerteventura. The Canaries are a top tourist destination, for sun, surf and watersports.
In major cities like Madrid or Barcelona and in mid-sized ones like San Sebastian, moving around by car is both expensive and nerve-
wracking. Fines for improper parking are uncompromising (€85 and up).
Having a driving map is essential - many streets are one-way; left turns are more rare than rights (and are unpredictable).
Getting around by car makes sense if you plan to move from one city to another every other day, ideally if you don't plan to park overnight
in large cities. It also doesn't hurt that the scenery is beautiful and well worth a drive.
There are two types of highway in Spain: autopistas, or motorways, and autovías, which are more akin to expressways. Most autopistas
are toll roads while autovías are generally free of charge. Speed limits range from 50 km/h in towns to 90 km/h on rural roads, 100 km/h on
roads and 120 km/h on autopistas and autovías. Intersections of two highways typically have a roundabout under the higher one--so you
can both choose any turn and to start driving in an opposite direction there. Green light for cars about to turn is frequently on at the same
time as green light for pedestrians: every time you turn, check if the pedestrians pass you cross doesn't also have green light for them.
Air conditioning is a must in the hot Spanish summer months. Nevertheless you should make sure to take water with you at all times. If
you break down while on holiday you will want a car hire company that gives you the free roadside assistance of trained mechanics. Cars
often overheat in Spain while the tyres are vulnerable on the hot roads.
Advice for Driving with Car Rental in Spain