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Car rental San Sebastian

Pick up and drop off your rental car in San Sebastian according to your needs using the services of Furauto.

We offer vehicles in Guipuzcoa from the following rental companies

Enterprise Mobility Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Sebastian
Arrasate Mondragon
San Sebastian
Europcar Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Sebastian
San Sebastian
Hertz Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Sebastian
San Sebastian
Sixt Available in:
San Sebastian
 
Search trend for vans in Guipuzcoa
price trend: 93%

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 Guipuzcoa
price trend: 96%

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

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

Reviews from clients in Guipuzcoa
Sencillo, rápido, te dan lo reservado, sin sorpresas y lo mejor a un precio fantástico.
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Furauto takes care of finding for you the rental car in San Sebastian you need at the price you are looking for. Take advantage of our system of offices in the city and the province of Guipuzcoa and get your vehicle in an easy and economical way.

Discover San Sebastian with your rental car

Welcome to San Sebastian. Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Spain, in this city you can enjoy the best culture, fun, gastronomy and entertainment. In Furauto we work to make your trip a success with your rental car and, to help you design your route, here are some tips to help you spend unforgettable days.

Aluiler de coches en San Sebastian

The capital of Guipuzcoa, known in Eusquera as Donostia, has a population of more than 186,000 inhabitants. Located in a privileged enclave, it is situated 20 kilometers from the French border and is bathed by the Bay of La Concha and the Cantabrian Sea.

Currently, Donostia is considered one of the best cities to visit in summer. It will be for its magnificent buildings, its wide cultural offer or its wonderful beaches. The truth is that many tourists visit the capital of Gipuzkoa every year. And, of course, its streets are even more crowded with the celebration of the International Film Festival of San Sebastian and its Jazz Festival.

Hiring your rental car in Donostia is one of the most comfortable and cheapest ways to move around the city without complications during a business trip or those long awaited vacations. In Furauto we work every day to offer you a wide range of vehicles at an unbeatable price. Enter the web or call us to inform you about the conditions of service and make your reservation.

How to get to San Sebastian

  • Plane: If you want to get to San Sebastian by plane, you have three possibilities.
    Donostia Airport is located 20 kilometers from the center and, from this terminal, it is possible to travel to Madrid and Barcelona. Biarritz Airport is 40 kilometers from the center of San Sebastian and Bilbao Airport is 100 kilometers away. The latter two provide domestic and international flights.
  • By train: The North Station, which is in the center of the city, receives RENFE trains from all parts of Spain and Europe. In addition, San Sebastian has the Eusko Tren.
  • By Road: Next to this station, the new bus stop of the city has also been set up. Donostia is connected, through it, with most Spanish and some European cities.
    It is also possible to arrive by car through the following accesses:
  • N-1. Madrid- Lasarte-Oria: From this point, the road changes its name to GI-20, the San Sebastian beltway.
  • A-15. Leizarán Highway. Pamplona-San Sebastián: The northern section of this road links Irurzun (Navarra) with Astigarraga (Guipúzcoa). Here it is possible to take the GI-41 to enter San Sebastian from the south.
  • A-63. Bordeaux-Irun: The autoroute A63 leaves from the French city to Irun/Biriatou.

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

Thanks to Furauto, you can pick up and drop off your rental car at the airport of San Sebastian, the train station and other central points of the city. Enter our online search engine and find the place that best suits your trip in a few minutes without leaving your home or office.

What should I consider before renting a car in San Sebastian?

It is important that you remember to make your reservation in advance so as not to suffer setbacks with the availability of your vehicle. In addition, in Furauto we offer you a comprehensive insurance so you do not have to worry about anything during your road trips and a Full / Full service so you pay only the fuel you spend during your trip.

Tolls on your way to San Sebastian

You will encounter two toll roads on your way to San Sebastian:

  • AP-1. Autopista del Norte. Castañares (Burgos) - Éibar (Guipúzcoa): It runs along the Alto Deva until it merges, in the town of Guipúzcoa, with the AP-8.
  • AP-8. Cantabrian Highway. Irún-Bilbao: It goes around the south of the city of Donostia.

Where to park your rental car in San Sebastián

Parking your rental car in San Sebastian can be difficult, depending on the area in which you move. Obviously, it will be quite difficult to park in the center of the city. Remember that Donostia is very well connected, so you may prefer to leave your car a little out of the city center and take public transportation.

The city has about 6,000 parking spaces, but many of them are regulated. The City Council has enabled a map to know the location of these parking spaces, their rates and schedules.

From Furauto we recommend that you park your vehicle in one of the subway parking lots that we show you in the following link. In addition, the city has several park-and-ride lots. Free or reduced-price parking areas connected to the center by the capital's bus network.

What is the traffic like in San Sebastian?

As you can imagine, rainfall is quite frequent in San Sebastian. In these conditions it is normal that the risk of being involved in a traffic accident increases, so we recommend that you drive more slowly and with greater caution to avoid skidding on the road.

With the arrival of summer and the summer vacations, you will have to be patient with the traffic jams that form in the metropolitan areas and city accesses. The A8 and the A63 are particularly problematic.

Driving around with your rental car in San Sebastian

Have you finally found your rental car in San Sebastian, Guipuzcoa? Start making the most of it by visiting one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. If you do not want to miss anything, check out the Top 10 of the places you should not miss:

  1. Beaches: Swim and enjoy Ondarreta, Zurriola and, of course, La Concha. The latter is considered the most beautiful urban beach in Europe.
  2. Mount Urgull: It is a peninsula surrounded by the Cantabrian Sea and the Bay of La Concha except for its southern side, which connects with the Old Town. Do not miss the Castillo de la Mota, the Port, the Aquarium and the Naval Museum.
  3. Old Town: Stroll through its streets and visit the Church of Santa María del Coro, the Museum of San Telmo and the Plaza de la Constitución. And, of course, stop and have a pintxo.
  4. La Bretxa Market: Located next to the weakest part of the wall that surrounded the city, this market became a commercial center. It still retains some of its charm.
  5. Victoria Eugenia Theater: This beautiful building, inaugurated in 1912, has the luxury of holding the San Sebastian International Film Festival.
  6. City Hall: Located in an old casino dating from 1882. Next to it are the Alderdi Eder Gardens.
  7. Romantic Center: Walk through Plaza Gipuzkoa and Plaza de Okendo to head south to the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd.
  8. Miramar Palace: Separating the beaches of La Concha and Ondarreta, is the mansion built by Queen Maria Cristina.
  9. Wind Comb: Icon of the city, this sculptural ensemble was designed by Eduardo Chillida.
  10. Mount Igueldo: Visit the first amusement park in the Basque Country and visit El Torreón. To access this mountain, take the funicular and enjoy the best views of the city.

Get to know the Province of Guipuzcoa by Car

Hondarribia, Zarautz, Zestoa, Zumaia, Deba, Getaria, Hernani and Mutriku are other towns in Guipuzcoa that you can visit a few kilometers away with your rental car.

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