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Car rental Avila

Drop off and pick up your rental car in Avila without complications with Autofurgo. Discover the advantages of booking your vehicle online.

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Autofurgo offers you a simple, fast and economical way to rent a car in Avila. Pick up and drop off your car at any of our offices in the capital of Avila.

Discover Avila with your rental car

Welcome to Avila, the highest provincial capital of Spain. Climb up to 1,131 meters to enjoy the best culture and the most exquisite gastronomy. Don't leave the city without having tasted a good T-bone steak and sweetened with its yolks.

Avila is known as the walled city. It is located in the south of Castilla y León and is the capital of its homonymous province. It is currently inhabited by 58,000 inhabitants.

The town, of Vetón origin, was later ruled by the Romans and the Visigoths. Āvila was taken by the Muslims in the year 714. From this moment on, the constant fights against the Christians, who wanted to take over the city, ended up practically destroying it.

Important festivities are its Medieval Market, the Festival of Street Theater and Circus Arts, Arteávila, E Boca and the Antique and Occasion Book Fair.

The list of famous people from Avila includes Saint Teresa de Jesús, the composer Sebastián de Vivanco, the musician Tomás Luis de Victoria, the journalist Rosa Villacastín and the actor Tito Valverde.

In short, Avila has an endless number of attractions that captivate its visitors. Whether you are looking for the perfect destination to spend a few days of vacation with your loved ones or if you have to come to the city for business, the best alternative to move as you want is to book your rental car with Autofurgo. The quality-price ratio of our services will convince you.

How to get to Avila

The train station of Avila, located in Paseo de la Estación, is very well connected with other Spanish cities. Trains arrive daily to Avila from Madrid, Vitoria, Salamanca or Valladolid. The city also has a bus service, located on Avenida de Juan Carlos I.

If you prefer to travel by road enjoying the most of your rental car, here are some of the roads you should know:

  • A-6. Northwest Highway: It joins the Community of Madrid with Galicia crossing Castilla y León.
  • A-50. Autovía de la Cultura: Connects Ávila with Santa Marta de Tormes (Salamanca).
  • A-51: Avila ring road.
  • N-110: Connects Soria with Plasencia, passing through the capital of Ávila.
  • N-403: It starts in Toledo and ends in Adanero (Ávila). It crosses the capital from south to north.

Where can I pick up and drop off my rental car in Avila?

Pick up and drop off your vehicle easily with Autofurgo in central areas of Avila such as the train station, for example. Enter our search engine and start designing your tailor-made trip.

Tolls to take into account

You may encounter two toll roads on your way to Avila:

  • AP-6. Autopista del Noroeste: Runs from Las Rozas de Madrid (Madrid) to Adanero (Ávila).
  • AP-51. Ávila Connection: Connects the AP-6, as it passes through Villacastín, with Ávila.

Can I hire a long term rental in Ávila?

Of course you can. To know more about the available models and the rates of our monthly car rental service, you only have to visit our website. If you wish to receive a more personalized attention you can contact any of the members of the Autofurgo team via telephone or by sending an online form.

How much does gas cost in Avila?

One of the advantages of renting a car in Avila with Autofurgo is our Full/Full service. That is to say, by reserving your vehicle with us you will only pay for the gasoline you consume during your trips. In Avila the price of fuel is approximately 1.80€ per liter, although this amount may vary depending on whether it is diesel or gasoline.

Where can I park my rental car in Avila?

So that parking your rental car in Avila is not a problem, in this section we will provide you with basic information about available parking spaces. A good part of the tourist and commercial area of Avila is governed by the regulated parking service that includes the blue zone and the green zone.

Nevertheless, parking your rental car in Avila can be quite easy if you choose to leave your vehicle in a public or private parking lot. In addition to the parking lot of the Plaza de Santa Teresa and the Rastro parking lot, you can park for free on the esplanade of the south side of the wall or in the parking lot behind the Lienzo Norte.

Sightseeing in Avila with your rental car

You will need several days to get to know Avila; its atmosphere, its streets and its wide cultural offer. Take note of the Top10 places and monuments you can visit thanks to the freedom your rental car gives you:

  1. Wall: This fortification, dating from medieval times, allows Avila to be considered the best preserved walled enclosure in the world.
  2. Puerta del Carmen: Also known as the Arco de la Cárcel, it is the only entrance with a bell tower. From here you can take one of the most typical photos of the city.
  3. Los 4 Postes: From this monument, more than 500 years old, you have the best panoramic view of the city.
  4. Cathedral of the Savior of Avila: The most important religious building is of Gothic style and part of its walls are shared with the city wall. In its interior the altarpiece, work of Pedro Berruguete, stands out.
  5. Church-Convent of Santa Teresa: It is supposed that this construction of the XVII century is on the birthplace of Santa Teresa de Jesus. The crypt houses the Museum of Santa Teresa.
  6. Other religious centers: Although a large number of temples are still preserved in the old city, special mention should be made of the churches outside the walls of San Vicente, San Pedro, San Andrés and San Segundo, listed as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO in 1985.
  7. Plaza del Mercado Chico: Here is located the City Hall, built during the second half of the 19th century.
  8. Plaza del Mercado Grande: It houses the Puerta del Alcázar, the main access to enter the wall. Just opposite is the Church of San Pedro.
  9. Basilica of San Vicente: It is a Romanesque temple that was listed as a National Monument in 1882.
  10. Archaeological sites: In the city it is also possible to find the Dolmen of Prado de las Cruces, the archaeological site of the Plaza del Mercado Grande and the Old Tanneries of the Arrabal de San Segundo.

Get to know the Province of Avila by Car

Take your rental car and get lost in the geography of Avila. Don't forget to stop at Arévalo, Bonilla de la Sierra, Madrigal de las Altas Torres, Arenas de San Pedro, El Barco de Ávila, Piedrahíta and El Tiemblo, the town that houses the famous sculptural ensemble of the Toros de Guisando.