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Car rental Salamanca

Get in Autofurgo the rental car in Salamanca you want and at a very affordable price.

We offer vehicles in Salamanca from the following rental companies

Enterprise Mobility Available in:
Salamanca
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Salamanca
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Salamanca
 
Search trend for vans in Salamanca
price trend: 143%

We have detected a notable rise in searches for vans in this location.

Our recommendation Book soon, as demand is rising and you avoid running out of vehicle.

Rental price trend for vans in Salamanca
price trend: 93%

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

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

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In Autofurgo we work to find the rental car in Salamanca you want to move freely during your trip. Pick up and drop off your vehicle easily thanks to our network of branches in the province and the community of Castilla y León.

Travel to Salamanca with your rental car

Welcome to Salamanca, the World Heritage City. In this capital you will find a good dose of culture, entertainment and relaxation. All this together with an incredible gastronomy. And, as we at Autofurgo want you to enjoy your trip to the fullest, here we leave you a small guide with tips that we hope will be useful.

Almost 145,000 inhabitants have the luxury of living in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Some of the most important people in history, such as Antonio de Nebrija, Christopher Columbus, Fernando de Rojas, Francisco de Vitoria or Miguel de Unamuno, have passed through or lived in Salamanca.

The origins of Salamanca date back to 2,700 years ago, when a group of settlers settled on the hill of San Vicente. During this time, the city was conquered by Vacceans, Vetons, Romans, Visigoths, Muslims and Christians.

Its university, the oldest of all those active in Europe, was founded in 1218 by Alfonso IX of León.

The cultural itinerary known as "Huellas de Santa Teresa" (Footsteps of Saint Teresa), which covers the most emblematic places founded by the saint, also passes through this town.

Salmantinos include the coach Vicente del Bosque, the composer Tomás Bretón, the actor Santiago Ramos, the singer Rafael Farina, the humorist Quequé, the writer Carmen Martín Gaite, the film critic Carlos Boyero and the soccer player Álvaro Arbeloa.

Do you want to make a really incredible trip? All you have to do is book your rental car in Salamanca and the Autofurgo team will take care of the rest. The cars in our fleet are modern, manageable and cheap, just visit our website or give us a call!

How to get to Salamanca

The city of Salamanca is perfectly connected with the main Spanish towns thanks to its extensive bus network, whose main station is located on Avenida Filiberto Villalobos.

The train station of Vialia-Estación de Salamanca has a stop for trains coming from Madrid, Barcelona, Valladolid, Burgos, Ávila, Zaragoza, Bilbao, Medina del Campo, Irún, Lisbon, etc.

If you prefer to access by road with your rental car in Salamanca, it is beneficial to know the main roads of the province:

  • A-50. Autovía de la Cultura: Connects Avila with Santa Marta de Tormes, in Salamanca.
  • A-62. Autovía de Castilla: Connects Burgos with Fuentes de Oñoro, a municipality in Salamanca located on the border with Portugal.
  • A-66. Ruta de la Plata: It runs between Gijón and Seville.
  • N-501: National road connecting Ávila and Salamanca.
  • N-620: Road from Burgos to Portugal through Salamanca.
  • N-630: Road from Gijón to the Port of Seville.
  • SA-11: Northern access to Salamanca
  • SA-20: Salamanca's ring road to the south.

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

You can pick up and drop off your rental car in Salamanca in strategic areas of the city, such as the train station. Enter Autofurgo's online search engine and find the place that best suits your trip.

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Who can drive my rental car in Salamanca?

Only the people who are listed as drivers in the contract can drive the rental car. Remember that with Autofurgo it is possible to add an additional driver whose data must be provided in the same office where you pick up the vehicle. As in the case of the main driver, the documents provided must be the originals and be in force.

Can I rent a car in Salamanca without a credit card?

No. When renting a vehicle with Autofurgo you must provide a Visa or MasterCard credit card. It is also important to provide the confirmation e-mail or rental voucher as well as the original driver's license and the driver's original passport, NIE or DNI.

Can I hire a 7-seater rental car in Salamanca?

No problem. The only thing you have to do is to use our online comparator. Enter the pick-up and drop-off dates you prefer as well as the type of vehicle in order to choose one of our available models. You will receive a confirmation email with all the details of your reservation.

Park your rental car in Salamanca

This city is relatively small and its monumental area is very concentrated, so you may have some problems when parking your rental car in Salamanca. The old town has many pedestrian areas and the squares closest to the center are usually governed by the Parking Ordinance (blue, green or orange zones). Therefore, from Autofurgo we recommend that you do not waste time or patience and leave your car in one of the public or private parking lots in the city.

Sightseeing with your rental car in Salamanca

Have you already booked your cheap car rental in Salamanca? Check out our selection of the 10 must-see places you cannot miss during your stay:

  1. University: This University, the oldest in Spain, was inaugurated on January 1, 1218. Visitors should find a small frog inside its impressive plateresque façade.
  2. Plaza Mayor: It is the social center of the city, both for Salamancans and students. Of quadrangular shape and baroque style, it houses the City Hall and the Novelty café.
  3. Casa de las Conchas: Enter this fantastic library and do not miss the beauty of its cloister. Its gothic style façade is covered with more than 300 shells.
  4. Cathedrals: This city has the luxury of having two religious centers of great importance, such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria (Old Cathedral) and the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin (New Cathedral). In size, the latter is the second largest cathedral in Spain.
  5. Puente Mayor del Tormes: Roman footbridge that crosses the Tormes River. It has been catalogued as a Historic Artistic Monument and of Cultural Interest.
  6. Huerto de Calixto y Melibea: Fernando de Rojas supposedly set La Celestina in this evocative garden. In addition, from here you can enjoy formidable views of the town, the Tormes and the city wall.
  7. House-Museum of Unamuno: Miguel de Unamuno lived in the Rectoral House of the University of Salamanca, which dates from the 18th century, when he held this position. It is currently a museum dedicated to the writer's life in Salamanca.
  8. Palatial houses: Special mention should be made of the Casa del Regidor Ovalle (where Unamuno died), the Casa de Santa Teresa (where the saint lived) and the Casa Lis (which houses interesting collections of art nouveau and art deco).
  9. Cave of Salamanca: Legend has it that in the old church of San Cebrián Lucifer taught seven disciples for seven years. Although today only ruins remain, it is worth climbing the tower to see a panoramic view of the city.
  10. Museums: In addition to the Cathedral Museum and the Museum of Salamanca, the city houses the Museum of Automotive History of Salamanca, the Museum of Commerce of Salamanca and the House Museum of Zacarías González.

Get to know the Province of Salamanca by Car

After visiting the capital, drive your rental car to La Alberca, Mogarraz, Candelario, Ciudad Rodrigo and Miranda del Castañar, five towns that are part of the network of The Most Beautiful Villages of Spain.

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