From the Pyrenees to Gibraltar, from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic, in an economic hire car from TUI Cars you can discover and explore the approximately 505,000 km² of Spain. To the north lie the Pyrenees, a majestic mountain range with peaks that reach 3,400 metres and diverse transition zones and landscapes that offer all kinds of outdoor adventures and activities. In the south, you are close to the African continent, which makes the area around Andalusia hot in the summer months and mild in the winter. In a hire car you can comfortably drive from place to place over a well-developed road and motorway network that is over 660,000 kilometres in length. Book a cheap hire car right here and take advantage of our partner car rental services and our package of inclusive benefits. From the Mediterranean in the east to the Atlantic in the west the distance is about 1,000 km. The east features prominent cities such as Barcelona and Valencia, the west the well-known place of pilgrimage Santiago de Compostella, the final destination on the Way of St James.
At TUICars.com you can quickly and easily find an economic hire car for discovering Spain. Start your holiday in comfort and tailor your own holiday itinerary with the flexibility of a hire car from TUI Cars.
Malaga is the second largest city of Andalusia and located on the beautiful Mediterranean coast. About half a million inhabitants live in Malaga. The sixteenth-largest city in the whole of Spain, it is one of the most important holiday destinations on the Iberian Peninsula. In your hire car picked up in Malaga you can not only get to the beautiful beaches of the Costa del Sol, but also experience its rich culture and history. The churches and cathedral are reminders of the Moorish and Roman influences on Christian culture. The Roman theatre and the Moorish Alcazaba fortress are further examples of the long and varied history of Malaga. On the other hand, modern Malaga and its hustle and bustle can be experienced at the Feria de Malaga. In a cheap hire car there is so much to discover in Malaga and beyond. For instance, take a trip to the iconic and world-famous Alhambra in Granada or explore the hinterland with its numerous white villages and beautiful landscapes. In a hire car from TUI Cars you have the flexibility and spontaneity to discover Malaga your way. You can also find accommodation that meets your taste and needs at the portal www.atraveo.de, offering more than 19,000 holiday homes and country-style holiday homes in Spain.
Madrid – the capital of Spain and with about 3.2 million inhabitants one of the largest cities of Europe. Like Barcelona, Madrid is one of the most popular city destinations in the country. Madrid is particularly well-known for its important museums, such as the Prado, and the many important art exhibitions. To experience and get immersed in the hustle and bustle of Madrid, head to the Puerta del Sol and the Plaza Mayor for a drink in one of the many tempting tapas restaurants. For subsequent digestion, the Parque del Buen Retiro, with its 17,500 park trees, is an excellent choice.
For shopping visit the Gran Via. This is great shopping. The El Rastro flea market is a wonderful place to stroll and explore and go bargain hunting. If you're looking for a cheap hire car in Spain, Madrid is the right choice for you.
Barcelona - capital of Catalonia, cultural metropolis and one of the most popular destinations for city breakers. The emblematic capital of the Mediterranean is the second largest city in Spain and boasts more than 1.6 million inhabitants. Although the success of FC Barcelona has undoubtedly put this beautiful city on the map around the world, most visitors are also aware of city’s architectural and cultural heritage, perhaps best illustrated by the magnificent buildings of the legendary architect Antoni Gaudí. His masterpieces include the iconic Sagrada Familia and fascinating Park Güell. Casa Mila and Casa Battlo are magnificent houses built in the style of the enigmatic master architect and are located to the north of the pedestrian zone known as La Rambla. Close to La Rambla, it is best to park the hire car and stroll along and feel the vibes of this lively pedestrian melee.
La Rambla is a good starting point to explore the many small side streets and narrow alleyways of Barcelona. To the east is the Gothic cathedral of Barcelona, seat of the Archbishopric of Barcelona. To the west there is the Museu d'Art Contemporani to discover and to the south the harbour district with the Columbus Monument and the famous Aquarium Barcelona. In an economic hire car you are free to explore more remote places of interest such as the Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys.