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Spain Car Hire Tips: Driving Conditions

  • According to government statistics, Spain has one of the highest numbers of road accidents in the European Union. Spain’s country side provides a great escape from city traffic.
  • Many people like to take advantage of having France as Spain’s neighbour. Spain one way car rental make this possible. Read the terms and conditions carefully before you book a one way car rental for information regarding cross-border requirements.
  • To drive in Spain you will need to be at least 18. To hire a car, most Spain car hire companies require renters to be over 21.
  • For travellers, an international driver’s license is required to drive in Spain.

Reasons to Choose Spain Car Rental

  • Spain is amongst the most popular destinations in Europe. Its famous Tomatina Festival in Bunol attracts thousands of tourists to the Valencia region, who get ready to be covered in tomatoes.
  • Despite Spain’s popularity, you can still find quiet beaches in Malaga, Huelva and Almeria.
  • Barcelona comes alive every September with the La Merce Festival, in celebration of the patron saint of Barcelona. Visit its official site for a full festival program:
  • Granada gives visitors insight into Barcelona’s rich history. At the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain range, Granada offers you the chance to understand its Moorish history.
  • Madrid is ideal for museum and gallery excursions. Go see the Guernica by Pablo Picasso Displayed at Reina Sofia Gallery, Madrid – you won’t regret it.

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