Car hire rental in Barcelona
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About Car Rental in Barcelona
With a car rental in Barcelona, Spain, you can see the city's best attractions when and how you like. With your , see the Picasso Museum and the fantastic architecture of Antonio Gaudi at the Sagrada Familia and the Parc Guell. Then, you can head off to the Mediterranean beaches at Badalona to see the centuries-old Roman ruins there. Our engine offers several pick up locations and a large rental car fleet, so finding a car rental in Barcelona is both easy and economical rental car in Barcelona.
Tour with a Rental Car in Barcelona
A rental car in Barcelona affords you the luxury of either driving up the coast or heading inland to the mountains. With your car, stop and picnic in the vineyards along the way - take your time, there are no schedules to follow. Questions about driving in Barcelona? Our rental car driving information page should provide answers about car rental in Barcelona
How to Rent a Car in Barcelona
If you're searching for great rates and excellent service in Spain, Barcelona.com offers them to you. We strive to meet your needs with our price match department and excellent customer service, to ensure that you are more than satisfied with your car rental in Barcelona. You can book a car rental in Barcelona online rent a car in Barcelona
To rent a car, you must be at least 21 years old (age may vary by car category) and have held your license for 1 year. Drivers under the age of 25 may incur a young driver surcharge. Seatbelts are mandatory. Child seats are mandatory for children up to age 3 and children under 12 may not sit in the front seat. An International Drivers License is highly recommended.
Speed limits in Spain are as follows: City 31mph/50kph Open Roads 55mph/90kph Highways 74mph/120kph
Rules of the Road
Traffic travels on the right and if a car approaches you and signals an intention to pass, you must turn on your right directional to signal that the road ahead is clear.
Gas stations are open from 8am to 8pm with some stations in major cities and on the highway open 24 hours. The average price for a gallon of unleaded fuel is 1.20 Euro.
Spain's expressways, the ''autopistas,'' are toll roads and are identified by the letter A.
''Blue zone'' parking exists in Spanish cities. Marked by the sign, ''Zona Azul,'' you may park for 2 hours. Parking discs for these zones are available at most hotels and town halls.