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Car rental Badajoz

Get the rental car you want to spend a few days in Badajoz with Autofurgo in an easy and economical way.

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Search trend for vans in Badajoz
price trend: 95%

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Rental price trend for vans in Badajoz
price trend: 74%

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Reviews from clients in Badajoz
Muy buen precio, muy atentos y nos han dado los datos para contactar con el proveedor del vehículo porque ellos no sabían responder la duda. Todo perfecto. Repetiremos!
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At Autofurgo we help you compare prices so you can book the cheap car hire in Badajoz that best suits your travel style. Pick up and drop off your vehicle at any of our offices in the province and surroundings.

Get to know Badajoz by rental car

Welcome to Badajoz, a city that can add to your life the drops of culture and fun you were looking for. In Autofurgo we want you to enjoy the most of the capital of Badajoz with your rental car. And, to help you design your route, here are a few tips that may be of great use to you.

Badajoz, with almost 150,000 inhabitants, is the most populated city in Extremadura. Its average annual temperature is 16.6 °C and it is located on the border with Portugal. Its urban center

Badajoz was founded eleven centuries ago by the Muslims. Ibn Marwan established the city on top of the Cerro de la Muela. Given its impressive history, it is not surprising that some of the most beautiful monuments in Spain can be found here. Special mention should be made of the Alcazaba, which was declared a Historic-Artistic Monument in 1931. But Badajoz also has numerous gates, bastions and fortresses built between the 17th and 18th centuries.

Would you like to explore this fascinating city? In Autofurgo we make it easy for you because we have a large fleet of rental cars in Badajoz so you can choose the model you prefer. Use our online comparator to get your ideal vehicle at a competitive price.


How to get to Badajoz

Badajoz Airport, located in the municipality of Talavera la Real, is 14 kilometers from the capital of Badajoz and operates flights to Madrid and Barcelona. In July 2016, flights to Ibiza and Palma de Mallorca will begin. There are no train or bus networks from the airport, so you will have to rent a car at the airport or take a cab.

You can also access Badajoz through the train station, located on the north side of the river, and the bus station, south of the city.

If you prefer to go to Badajoz in your rental car we show you the main entrance roads so you can plan your route without difficulty:

  • A-5. Autovía del Suroeste: Connects Madrid with Badajoz passing through Merida.
  • A-66/ N-630. Gijón-Sevilla. Ruta de la Plata: Crosses the peninsula from north to south and passes through Mérida, Almendralejo and Zafra.
  • N-432: Joins Badajoz capital with Granada and, within the province of Badajoz, passes through La Albuera, Santa Marta, Zafra, Villagarcía de la Torre, Llerena, Azuaga and Granja de Torrehermosa.
  • N-V. Carretera de Extremadura: It becomes the BA-20 road at the east intersection with the A-5, bypasses the capital and ends at the west junction with the highway, near the El Faro shopping center. You will have to take this road to get to the Airport.

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

Thanks to Autofurgo's network of offices you can pick up and drop off your rental car at the Badajoz Airport as well as at the train or bus stations in the city.

Tolls to take into account with your rental car in Badajoz

There are no toll roads in or out of Badajoz on Spanish territory. In case you are traveling from the west, through Portugal, you will find the A6 toll road. This road links the Portuguese city of Marateca with Caia. When you reach Spain, it will connect with the A-5 and the E-90.

How is the traffic in Badajoz?

When driving around Badajoz with your rental car you have to keep in mind that the streets of the city are very narrow. The center is especially problematic since there are numerous one-way roads. From Autofurgo we recommend you to plan your itinerary in advance if you have not visited Badajoz before.

The streets in the city center are very narrow, so they require maximum attention. Keep in mind that most of them are one-way streets and maneuvering can be complicated if you make a wrong turn. If your visit coincides with the Feria de San Juan, which is held the last week of June, you may find streets cut off and more traffic and pedestrians than usual.

Parking your cheap car rental in Badajoz

Parking your rental car in Badajoz is quite tedious. There are few spaces in the center and drivers have to drive around and around until they get a lucky break. You can try to park in the esplanade of the Alcazaba. However, from Autofurgo we recommend that you leave the hassle behind and park your vehicle in one of the parking lots that we show you in the following link.

Discovering Badajoz with your rental car

You will need several days to get to know Badajoz. Its atmosphere, its streets and its wide cultural offer are unparalleled. Take note of the Top 10 places and monuments that you can not miss.

  1. Alcazaba: The jewel of Badajoz is located at the top of the hill of La Muela and was declared a Historic-Artistic Monument in 1931. Do not miss the Espantaperros Tower, a symbol of the town.
  2. Plaza Alta: The heart of the town. An Arab market is held here at the end of September to commemorate the founding of Badajoz.
  3. Plaza de la Soledad: In its surroundings you will find La Giraldilla and the Ermita de la Soledad, patron saint of the city.
  4. Plaza España: Here you will find the City Hall and the Cathedral.
  5. Paseo de San Francisco: In the vicinity of this park is the Lopez de Ayala Theater, the Plaza de Minayo and the Parish of San Juan Bautista.
  6. Bridge and Puerta de Palmas: The oldest bridge in the city (1460) has at its southern end the Puerta de la Palmas, which was one of its main entrances.
  7. Forts: Visit the Fort of San Cristóbal and the Fort of Picuriña.
  8. Ronda del Pilar: Look for the San Roque Bastion, the Pilar Gate and the Trinidad Bastion. Continue to the Parque de la Legión to see the Baluarte de San Pedro.
  9. Santiago Ramón y Cajal Avenue: In the interior of the Castelar Park you will find the Bastion of San Vicente and the Bastion of San José. Move south to find another green area that houses the Baluarte de Santiago and the Memoria de Menacho.
  10. Art Walk: Visit the Museo Extremeño e Iberoamericano de Arte Contemporáneo, the Museo Arqueológico Provincial, the Museo de Bellas Artes and the Museo del Carnaval. Check schedules and rates before you go.

Get to know the Province of Badajoz by Car

Jerez de los Caballeros, Llerena, Mérida, Olivenza, Fregenal de la Sierra, Alange, Alburquerque and Almendralejo are other towns you should visit in the province of Badajoz.