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Car rental Toledo

Get the cheap and reliable rental car you want to spend a few days in Toledo thanks to Autofurgo.

We offer vehicles in Toledo from the following rental companies

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Search trend for vans in Toledo
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Rental price trend for vans in Toledo
price trend: 104%

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

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 offer you the best rental cars in Toledo so you can enjoy your getaway to this fantastic city with total freedom. Pick up and drop off your car in an easy and economical way thanks to our extensive branch system.

Discover Toledo with your rental car

Welcome to Toledo, the city of the Three Cultures. The coexistence of Christians, Muslims and Jews has resulted in one of the most beautiful places in Spain. Besides enjoying its incredible cultural offer, Toledo allows you the possibility to travel easily to other capitals of Spain. Keep reading this practical guide that we have prepared for you from Autofurgo and start enjoying the beauty of Castilla-La Mancha.

Known as the "imperial city", it is inhabited by more than 83,000 residents. Its history dates back to the Bronze Age and important cultures such as the Romans, the Germanic people or the Visigoths have passed through it.

One of the great attractions of Toledo is its proximity to Madrid. However, the city has earned its place as a tourist destination in its own right as it has held the title of World Heritage City since 1986. The Mirador del Valle viewpoint, its impressive Cathedral or the Synagogue of Santa María La Blanca are some of the most emblematic places.

Toledo's most important festivities commemorate the Virgen del Valle and the Virgen del Sagrario. Even better known are its Holy Week and Corpus Christi.

Illustrious Toledans were Abderramán II, King Alfonso X of Castile (better known as "The Wise"), Queen Juana I of Castile (called "La Loca"), the athlete Julio Rey and the designer Ana Locking.

Would you like to come to Toledo to discover the hidden charms of this medieval city? In Autofurgo we can provide you with a comfortable, spacious and modern rental car to make your trip much more comfortable, use our comparator to choose your model at an unbeatable price!

How to get to Toledo

Toledo's train station, located on Paseo de la Rosa, is very well connected to the capital of Spain thanks to the daily AVANT service. In addition, the city also has a bus station, with daily connections to dozens of Spanish towns.

If you prefer to travel by road, these are some of the routes you should know to make your journey at the wheel of your rental car in Toledo easier:

  • A-42. Autovía de Toledo: Connects Madrid with the capital of Castilla-La Mancha.
  • A-43: Connects Valencia with Merida passing through Ciudad Real.
  • CM-40: Circumnavigates the city in the southwest area.
  • N-400: Connects the capitals of Toledo and Cuenca.
  • N-401: Starts in Burguillos (Toledo) and ends in Ciudad Real.
  • TO-20: Toledo ring road.
  • TO-21 / TO-22: West and East access roads to Toledo.

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

Rely on Autofurgo and pick up and drop off your cheap car rental in Toledo at the main points of the city, such as the train station and bus station, for example. Enter our search engine and choose the place that best suits you.

Who can drive the rental car in Toledo?

Most of the companies require that the drivers who reserve the vehicle are between 21 and 75 years old. Also, remember that you can add an additional driver if you deem it necessary.


How much does a rental car cost in Toledo?

Of course, the price of a rental car in Toledo depends on the characteristics of the car, the duration of the reservation and the time of the year. In general, the price of a car can range from 39,73€ to 98€ per day.

Tolls to take into account with your rental car in Toledo

On your trip to Toledo you may come across the following toll roads:

  • The AP-41 starts at the R-5 in Madrid and goes all the way to Toledo. If you want to avoid it, take the A-42 highway.
  • The R-4 starts in the capital and ends in the municipality of Ocaña in Toledo.
  • The AP-36, also known as the Madrid-Levante highway, starts in the town of Ocaña and goes to La Roda, in Albacete.

Parking your rental car in Toledo

In the city of Toledo the regulated parking service is in force. Both the blue and orange zones are active from Monday to Friday from 10:00h to 14:00h and from 17:00h to 20:00h. Saturdays also in the morning. From Autofurgo we recommend that you leave your vehicle in one of the public or private parking lots in the city, as the streets in the center are also very narrow and steep. In the following link we show you the available parking lots in Toledo.

Visiting Toledo with your rental car

Toledo has a wide range of historical and artistic offerings. If you don't want to miss anything, we recommend that you get in your rental car and drive to these unparalleled monuments:

  1. Los Imprescindibles: Visit the Alcázar, the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, the Catedral Primada, the Mosque of Cristo de la Luz, the Bridge of San Martín, the Church of Santa Tomé, the Bisagra Gate, the Taller del Moro, the Bridge of Alcántara and the Hospitals of Santa Cruz and Tavera.
  2. Hermitages: It is highly recommended to visit the hermitages of the Virgen de la Cabeza, Virgen de la Bastida, Virgen de la Estrella, Virgen del Valle, Nuestra Señora de los Desamparados, San Jerónimo, Cristo de la Vega and Santo Ángel Custodio.
  3. Wall: In the city it is still possible to contemplate the beauty of the Alcántara, Valmardón, Alfonso VI, Cambrón and Sol Gates.
  4. Towers: Also important are the Tower of San Cipriano, del Hierro, del Baño de la Cava, de San Andrés, de El Salvador and de San Román.
  5. Civil Architecture: Among its multitude of buildings, the Alhóndiga, the City Hall, the Palace of Lorenzana, the Palace of Fuensalida, the façade of the Diputación and the School of Arts and Crafts stand out.
  6. Palaces: In the city still stands the Archbishop's Palace, located on one of the flanks of the Town Hall Square.
  7. Fortress: The Castle of San Servando was once the entrance and exit of the city to the south. Although its construction was intended as a monastery, it became a fortress in 1088. It is listed as a National Artistic Monument.
  8. Mosques: In addition to the Mosque of Cristo de la Luz, the Mosque of the Tornerías and the Islamic Halls of the College of Maidens are still preserved.
  9. Synagogues: The Jews left their mark on the city of Toledo. It is still possible to visit in very good condition the Synagogue of Santa María la Blanca and the Synagogue of El Tránsito.
  10. Museums: Among all the cultural centers of the city, the El Greco Museum, the Sephardic Museum and the Cathedral Museum stand out.

Get to know the Province of Toledo by car

Already know the capital? Then drive your rental car to Orgaz, Consuegra, El Toboso, Tembleque, Ocaña, Maqueda and Escalona. If you prefer to enjoy the environment, visit the Cabañeros National Park.