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León car rental

Get the car rental in León you need without paperwork or formalities by contacting Autofurgo.

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Search trend for vans in Leon
price trend: 109%

We have detected a stability in searches for vans in this location.

Our recommendation Take your time to choose from our fleet of vehicles; current demand is normal.

Rental price trend for vans in Leon
price trend: 105%

We have detected a stability in the rental prices of vans in Leon.

Our recommendation It is a good time to book, avoid increases if you delay too much.

Reviews from clients in Leon
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Autofurgo offers you a simple, fast and economical way to reserve your rental car in Leon. Pick up and drop off your vehicle at any of our offices in the capital or in other locations in the province of Leon.


Explore León with your rental car

Welcome to León, a city with more than 2,000 years of history. Here you can enjoy the best gastronomy and delight yourself with some of the most impressive architectural jewels of our country.

León, one of the nine provincial capitals of Castilla y León, is inhabited by some 126,000 residents (although its metropolitan area has more than 200,000 inhabitants).

The city was born as a provisional military camp of the Legio VI Victrix in approximately 29 BC. A century later, León achieved the consolidation it longed for with the definitive settlement of the Legio VII Germina. After the arrival of the Muslims, León became part of the Kingdom of Asturias. An active member of the reconquest, it became the most important city of the Kingdom of León during the 10th century.

In addition to possessing an extraordinary historical and artistic heritage, the University of León (the second most important in its autonomous community) deserves special mention. The city also hosts the headquarters of the University of Washington in Europe.

Famous people from León include the adventurer Frank Cuesta, the gymnast Carolina Rodríguez, the writer Juan Pedro Aparicio, the photographer Alberto García Alix, the group Café Quijano and the former Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero.

And as if all this were not enough, León is living the festivities in style. On June 24 and 28, multiple activities are held in honor of San Juna and San Pedro. The traditional bonfires are combined with bullfights, parades and musical performances, a spectacle worth seeing!

Want to do some sightseeing? At Autofurgo we can provide you with a cheap car rental in Leon with all the features you want to make your trip unforgettable. Enter our online comparator or call us to make your reservation in a few minutes and without paperwork.

How to get to León

León Airport, located in the municipalities of Valverde de la Virgen and San Andrés del Rabanedo, allows you to travel comfortably to Barcelona with Air Nostrum.

The Renfe train station offers the possibility of arriving in León from many Spanish cities, although tourists coming from the southern half of the country will have to change trains in Madrid. The city also has the FEVE Station, which connects with towns in León, Palencia, Burgos, Cantabria and Biscay.

If you are one of those people who enjoy the road and do not want to miss the opportunity to drive your rental car in León through the city and its surroundings, you will be interested to know which are the main accesses:

  • A-6. Northwest Highway: It connects Madrid with La Coruña through the municipality of Astorga.
  • A-60: Highway linking the capitals of Valladolid and León.
  • A-66. Autovía de la Ruta de la Plata: Connects Gijón with Seville and runs along the western flank of the capital of León.
  • A-231. Camino de Santiago Highway: Crosses the provinces of Burgos, Palencia and León.
  • LE-11: Southern access road to León.
  • LE-20: León ring road.
  • LE-30: Southern ring road of León.
  • N-120: It starts in Logroño and ends in Vigo, passing through Burgos, Palencia and León.
  • N-630: Road from Gijón to the Port of Seville.

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

With Autofurgo you can pick up your rental car at the train station in Leon as well as at the bus station and the airport. Enter the Autofurgo online comparator to choose the office you prefer from our extensive network of branches.

How much does it cost to rent a car in Leon?

The price of a rental car in Leon can vary depending on the model chosen and the number of days you will need your vehicle. If you want to get an idea of our rates you can use our web comparator. If you have any questions you can contact our team directly.

Tolls to take into account with your rental car in León

On your way to León you will probably cross the AP-66 (Autopista de la Ruta de la Plata) or the AP-71 (Autopista León-Astorga).

Parking your rental car in León

A large part of the center of León has been regulated with the ORA service (blue zone and green zone). This system is in operation from Monday to Friday from 10:00h to 14:00h and from 16:00h to 20:00h and on Saturdays in the morning.

From Autofurgo we recommend that when you go to park your rental car in Leon you make use of any of the public or private parking lots offered by the city and we show you in the following link.

Sightseeing in León with your rental car

Having a cheap rental car in León at hand there will be no excursion that you can't resist. Take note of the Top 10 with the most interesting places to visit in the city and its surroundings:

  1. Cathedral: Built in the Plaza de Nuestra Señora de Regla, the city's most famous monument dates back to 1253. Special mention should be made of the stained glass windows of this temple, one of the most beautiful in the world.
  2. Royal Collegiate Basilica of San Isidoro: It is one of the best examples of Romanesque architecture in Spain. Inside is the Royal Pantheon, where about twenty monarchs of León rest.
  3. Palace of the Guzmanes: It was ordered to be built in 1560 in what is now the Calle Ancha. Admission is free and it currently houses the offices of the Provincial Council.
  4. Casa Botines: Just across the street stands majestically this great work of Antonio Gaudí. It is especially important because the Catalan artist only made three works outside his native community, this being one of them. This modernist building was built between 1891 and 1894.
  5. Calle Ancha: It is the main artery of the city. It is an area for tourists, tapas and social gatherings. It ends at the Cathedral itself.
  6. Plaza Mayor: Completed in 1677 in the image and likeness of the Plaza Mayor in Madrid. Its main building is the Consistory of baroque style.
  7. Convent of San Marcos: Currently houses a five-star Parador. It shares walls with the Church of San Marcos and the Museum of León. It was formerly a pilgrims' hospital and prison. Francisco de Quevedo, for example, was imprisoned here.
  8. Palacio del Conde Luna: This building has served as the home of the Quiñones family and as the seat of the court of the Inquisition. It was built in the 14th century and today houses the Spanish headquarters of the University of Washington and the headquarters of the Leon Real Foundation.
  9. Museums: In this city you can find, for example, the MUSAC (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León), the Museo Fundación Vela Zanetti, the Museo Catedralicio Diocesano de León, the Museo Sierra Pambley and the Museo Bíblico y Oriental.
  10. Green areas: Within the town it is possible to walk through the Parque del Chantre, the Parque de Quevedo, the Jardín del Cid, the Jardín de San Francisco and the Parque de La Granja. If you do not have so much time, stroll along the Paseo de Papalaguinda and the Paseo de la Condesa de Sagasta.

Get to know the Province of León by car

Visit León capital and then drive towards Ponferrada, Astorga, Peñalba de Santiago, Castrillo de los Polvazares, Hospital de Orbigo, Balboa, Caín de Valdeón, Molinaseca, Oseja de Sajambre and Villafranca del Bierzo.