From Furauto we want you to find the rental car in Teruel capital that best suits your trip. In an easy and economical way, you can pick up and drop off your vehicle thanks to our extensive system of offices throughout Aragon.
align="justify">Welcome to Teruel, a territory unknown to many that is home to some of the most beautiful areas of Spain and, more importantly, the best ham in the world. From here you will be able to enjoy the whole province and all its tourist and gastronomic offer. To make your experience with your rental car a success, from Furauto we want to give you some tips to get the most out of your trip.
Teruel is the city of Mudejar, Dinosaurs and ham. The capital of the province is inhabited by 35,000 people which makes it one of the smallest in Spain. Its history is full of events and legends that date back before man. In fact, with Dinópolis, the largest dinosaur theme park in Europe, it is clear that the soil of Teruel holds many stories to tell.
During the Muslim occupation of the city until the 11th century and later with the Christian conquest, the Mudejar style was developed in Teruel, which draws from Arab sources to decorate Christian temples and gives us one of the most striking styles in Spain.
In addition, along with its festivals and its famous 'torico', Teruel is one of the cradles of ham in Spain. Did you expect so much in such a small city? Well, its logistics center and its industrial parks make it a natural link between the interior and the north of Spain and the Mediterranean.
Are you traveling to Teruel for tourism or business? If so, you may need a means of transportation to move around the city and its surroundings. Book your rental car from the Furauto online search engine or call one of our offices so that our team can manage everything directly. We offer a quality service at an affordable price.
Having a rental car in Teruel is convenient and practical because the city is connected to the other two provincial capitals of Aragon, Zaragoza and Huesca, through the Mudejar highway (A-23). Its continuation also leads to Valencia and the port of Sagunto.
The Castilla La Mancha highway (A-40) also connects with Cuenca and Toledo.
In addition, by bus and train Teruel is also connected with Zaragoza, Valencia, Murcia, Madrid and many small towns in its province, although in the case of the train, the connections are very old.
With Furauto you can pick up and drop off your rental car at the station of Teruel and other offices in the city as well as in other municipalities in the province. Enter in our search engine the place that best suits your trip.
Parking your rental car in Teruel should not be a problem but we recommend you not to enter the old part of the city with the car as it is full of ramps and inaccessible areas. We leave you a map with public and pay parking lots that you can find.
If you have already picked up your rental car in Teruel and you wish to extend the contract you must call us at the phone number provided in the booking confirmation voucher. Then, you must go to the office where you picked up the car to sign the extension of the reservation. Be careful, not signing this document at the office in person may invalidate the car insurance and if the extension is not signed within the deadline it may even result in a fine.
This city has a lot to offer you: from monuments, gastronomy to being the main European center for the study of Dinosaurs. To help you plan your stay, here are the Top 5 must-see places you can visit with your rental car in Teruel:
1- Lovers' Mausoleum: The wedding of Diego and Isabel is celebrated every year and recalls the legend of a young couple who had to separate. The mausoleum has their tombs and impressive effigies.
2- Teruel Cathedral: one of the strategic points of the Mudejar style.
3- Plaza del Torico: do not be disappointed by the bull (very small), it is the nerve center of the city and the center of many great tapas bars.
4- Dinópolis: the biggest dinosaur center in Europe is in Spain. Both to see with children and to enjoy as adults, it has replicas and authentic fossils that will amaze you.
5- Aqueduct of Teruel: it crosses the city and marks it irremediably, you will see it from almost all sides and it is a symbol of your visit.
The province of Teruel is perhaps one of the most unknown but also one of the most beautiful in Spain.
To the east from Teruel capital you can reach the Matarraña region, where Valderrobres is located, one of the most beautiful villages in the country according to the Repsol guide, and a land that for its climate and landscape is called the Spanish Tuscany.
Towards the west the landscape changes and is more lush, being in the Sierra de Albarracín a place full of wildlife and forests.