Use code: N016300
Address: Aeropuerto De Alicante Alicante
Address: Aeropuerto De Barcelona T1 T2 Barcelona
Barcelona Apt (El Prat)
Address: Aeropuerto De Madrid Barajas Open T1 0700 0200 T4 0700 0030 Madrid
Madrid Barajas Airport
Address: Aeropuerto Norte Los Rodeos La Laguna La Laguna
Tenerife Norte APT
Address: Aeropuerto De Valencia Manises Valencia
Valencia Manises Airport
Address: Aeropuerto De Malaga Malaga
Address: Aeropuerto De Ibiza Ibiza
Address: Aeropuerto De Granada Granada
Address: Aeropuerto De Bilbao - Loiu Car Return: 4th Floor Bilbao
Bilbao Loiu Airport
Spain is everything that you think it is, and also everything you think it is not. Made up of 17 regions, the diversity it provides is akin to a whole world embedded in one country. Encompassing architectural marvels that tell tales of time long gone by, effervescent cities like Barcelona, Madrid and Seville, enchanting countryside, Moorish Citadels, Spain is a land of many pleasures, all of which are best encountered by hiring an Avis car. Create memorable experiences and take in the marvelous sights and sounds of Spain at your own pace with the freedom to create your own holiday with Avis car rental.
With a cultural heritage as varied as the diverse geographical landscapes, Spain is mix bag of experiences waiting to be had. The breadth of things to explore in Spain will leave you baffled. Start your journey in an Avis car hire from the most sought-after destination in Spain – Barcelona, hosting Antoni Gaudi’s architectural masterpieces that have become modern emblems of this Catalan City itself. Sagrada Família and Parc Güell are amongst the most sought-after sights in Barcelona.
The capital city of Madrid will allure you with its infectious vibe and exceptional museums. Featuring the world-famous Guernica tapestry by Picasso, Reina Sofia house some magnificent masterpieces. Being the third largest city in European Union, Madrid has much to explore in your Avis car rental. Check out the Prado Museum, Buen Retiro Park, The Royal Palace, Almudena Cathedral. Indulge in the finest Spanish cuisine at Botín Restaurant where Ernest Hemingway, Spanish Royalty and many Hollywood celebrities have dined. It is probably the oldest restaurant in the world, dating back to 1596.
Tapas and flamenco await you at Seville’s medieval lanes. The breathtaking Alcazar, Seville Cathedral’s gothic interiors, the panoramic Plaza De Espana, contribute to the immense historical value of Seville. Culturally enriched, Seville has almost 4000 tapas bars, enumerable tablaos with flamenco shows, and the most heartfelt festivals in Spain.
From the Costa del Sol beach resorts – one of the most visited resort by tourists, the Basque Country in the North, Sierra Nevada mountain range in the South, high Pyrenees to the Moorish cities of the south, Spain is brimming with attractions and things to do for every kind of traveler.
The sandy and sunny land of Spain is best explored by hiring an Avis car rental. It is backpacker’s dream with unspoiled countryside, beautiful beaches and glorious cities. With a landscape as diverse as Spain, it is a road-trip friendly country throughout the year.
A trip across the white villages of Andalucía will leave you enchanted with its Moorish charm. Comprising of more than a dozen of quaint villages, all painted in a characteristic white, marking this region’s uniqueness, you can begin your trip from Seville and drive through the Pueblos Blancos route up to Vejer, stretching for a 150 km. The Spanish villages of Cadiz and Madaga lie at the heart of the route. Malaga is a Spanish beach resort attracting a lot of party fans. Ronda, about 128 km from the city of Malaga is the most popular tourist spot along the trip of white villages. If this trip isn’t the best use of your Avis car rental in Spain, then we don’t know what is.
Often hailed as Spain’s Route 66, Ruta De La Plata is the second longest motorway in Spain. Translating to ‘the silver route’ in English, it owes it’s name to the roman construction. Beginning in Seville, the route passes through the remains of Italica, Zafra and Almendralejo to Mérida and continues towards Cáceres and Plasencia. In the Castile and León, the route passes through Béjar and Salamanca – the sandstone city.
Take you Avis car rental across one of the most beautiful routes in north Spain. Popularly called the Coast of Death, the route is infamous for its dangerous and rocky cliffs and dozens of lighthouses to guide the ships. Many a ships have suffered wreckage at the hands of the rocky Galician coastline. The lighthouses at Cabo Vilan and Finisterre, date back to the 19th century and are preserved as tourists attractions. The route as also popular for its gastronomical offerings.
Which side of the road?
− In Spain, please drive on the right side of the road.
Country driving laws
− Mobile phones may not be used at all whilst driving − Dipped headlights must be used in poor daylight visibility − Cyclists have right of way, at all times − Do not use headphones when driving (except hearing aids) − Always use indicators, you will be fined for not using indicators when needed
All speed signs will be in km/h.
For a standard Avis rental vehicle with no trailers:
− Urban areas: 50 km/h (31 mph) − Motorways: 120km/h (74mph) − Rural areas: 90 km/h (55 mph)
Unless indicated by road signs.
− Child safety / Seatbelt laws − It is compulsory for the driver and all passengers to wear a seatbelt − Children aged under 12 are not allowed to sit in the front seat − Children aged under 12 and less than 135cm tall must be seated in an appropriate child restraint for their size