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Unique, expressive, bright, energetic – all this is the beautiful Spain that everyone dreams to visit. This country is famous for its hot bullfighting, endless dancing, perfect beaches and incredible architecture. However, it is not tourist cities that allow you to truly touch the culture of “hot blood”, but picturesque villages with native citizens.
For visiting the non-tourist side of Spain, travelers use car rental services. 7Cars will tell you how to rent a car safely without overpayments, share advice on driving in Spain, and guide you through the most amazing parts of this country.
At the top of this page, you will find a car booking form from Rentalcars. When you fill it out, you will see a page with many offers from the biggest brands in the car rental industry, which will help you find everything from SUV to convertible.
Before renting a car, we recommend you to look at our advice on booking transport abroad:
The requirements for car rental in this country are simple:
In addition to the license, you will need the following documents:
If you are going to rent a car for travelling, you should familiarize yourself with the traffic regulations of the country of your destination. Spain has its own nuances on the road that you need to learn exactly so you don’t have to pay a fine:
In most cases, you can rent a car without a deposit by ordering a full car protection package from Rentalcars. Please note that renting a car will become considerably more expensive, but in case of an accident, Rentalcars will pay all costs not covered by insurance.
You can also rent a car in Spain without deposit from local car rental companies. They can be easily found in the central streets of cities. However, their service leaves much to be desired: high prices, not very good quality cars. If you want to find good transport, be ready to spend a lot of time. Therefore, we strongly recommend you to look for a car in advance and order it online from a reliable company.
When booking a vehicle for holidays, you need to specify where you want to get a car. Most of the time, tourists choose an airport, because it is the most convenient option: you fly in, arrange a car at the rental counter and immediately drive your own transport. You can also pick up your car in the city center (for example, at the railway station) or at the rental company’s office.
We are not going to tell you about famous landmarks and big cities like Barcelona, Madrid or Valencia. Our recommendations are unusual non-tourist places with beautiful Spanish nature and architecture.
For the 500th anniversary of Columbus, a chic castle was built, mixing Byzantine, Moorish, Romanesque and Gothic styles with Spanish architectural traditions. You will find it in 29 kilometers from Malaga. The castle is designed like a ship in honor of a world-famous seafarer. Santa Isabel de Ungria in Colomares is also located here. This is the smallest chapel in the world, which is less than two square meters in size.
If you want to see the place where people lived as early as 25 thousand years BC, then you should go to the Cuevos de Nerja caves, which are located in an hour from Malaga. There are several halls where various events (like music and dance festivals or opera concerts) are held from time to time.
This port city, 20 km from Salou, will introduce you to the history of northeastern Spain. Tarragona is an open-air museum that is one of the most important archaeological sites in Spain. Here you will see the ancient Roman ruins that are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Roman amphitheater located here is one of the most impressive ancient structures, which was built on a hillside overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
If you have a holiday in Alicante, then you definitely should take the opportunity to visit the island of Tabarka, which is located just in 10 km from the coast. This is one of the best places for diving and snorkeling as the seabed around the island is a nature reserve. The island is also considered one of the best places for gastronomic tourism.
This city is as great as Barcelona or Madrid. There are also a large number of historical monuments and beautiful sights here. You can get this place very easy: the distance from Lloret de Mar is only 30 km, and from Barcelona – about 100 km. During the Middle Ages, Girona was one of the most successful and important places in the Mediterranean. There is a big advantage for tourists with a rented car: Girona has free municipal parking with lots of free spaces.
The list of unique and completely incredible places in Spain goes on and on. But it’s better to see them once than to re-read the text and dream about this beauty. So we wish you to visit this country as fast as possible and have a great holiday!