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Car rental Tudela

Looking for a rental car in Tudela? At Autofurgo we can help you book the best vehicle quickly and easily.

We offer vehicles in Navarra from the following rental companies

Enterprise Mobility Available in:
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Search trend for vans in Navarra
price trend: 88%

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

Our recommendation Take advantage of the low demand to get your vehicle at a good price.

Rental price trend for vans in Navarra
price trend: 100%

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

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

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Get the rental car you want to spend a few days in Tudela thanks to Autofurgo. In an easy and economical way, you can pick up and deliver your vehicle in the office of the city or the Community that best suits you.

Welcome to Tudela. A Navarrese city that shows an amazing cultural mix, as Muslims, Jews and Mozarabs lived among its territories. This mixture is detectable in its architecture, its walls, its watchtowers and its traditions. At Autofurgo we want you to enjoy your stay in the city and visit other places with your rental car. And, to help you, what better than some useful tips.

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Get to know Tudela

Tudela is, after Pamplona, the second most populated town in the Comunidad Foral. Located next to the Ebro River, between the aridity of the Bardenas and the orchards of La Ribera, it is believed to have been founded by Amrus ibn Yusuf al-Muwalad in the year 802.

Muslims, Jews and Mozarabs lived together in this land for more than 400 years, giving this city an incomparable mixture. Its jewel, the Cathedral of Santa María, coexists with other monuments, such as the Ebro Bridge, the Decanal Palace or the Monreal Tower.

Tudela, today, has an enviable gastronomy, with top quality products. The buds of Tudela, borage, artichoke, Tudela stew and stew are some of its culinary specialties.

If you are going to visit this city, remember that the Volatín, the Descent of the Angel and the Festival of Santa Ana have achieved the category of Festival of Tourist Interest.

Where can I pick up and drop off my car?

You can pick up and drop off your rental car at strategic points in the city. Visit our search engine and find the place that best suits your trip to Tudela.

How to get to Tudela

The city of Tudela does not have an airport. If you want to get here by plane, you should look for a flight to Pamplona Airport, about 95 kilometers away.

In the Plaza de la Estación you will find the train and bus stop of the town. From here it is possible to travel to Pamplona, Barcelona, Madrid, Logroño, Gijón or Burgos.

The main access routes by road are the following:

A-68. Autovía del Ebro: it borders Tudela on the left side.

NA-160. Tudela - Fitero road: it enters the city through the Corella road and connects with the A-68.

N-232. Vinarós-Santander: it passes through important cities such as Zaragoza, Logroño and Tudela.

N-121. Tarazona-France: it reaches Tudela through the Avenida de Tarazona.

NA-134, NA-125 and NA-126: linking Tudela with the north, east and south, entering through the Ebro Bridge.

Tolls to take into account

On your trip to Tudela, you may come across the AP-68 or Ebro Highway. This road, as it passes through Tudela, runs parallel to the A-68. The N-232 follows a similar and free route.

The AP-15 or Navarra Highway connects with the AP-68 and the E-804 in the north of the city.

Parking in Tudela

Parking in Tudela can be complicated depending on the area where you want to park. It is a small city, so you can park anywhere and walk around the town without any problems. First of all, you should know that there are areas of the city with restricted access. It will be impossible to pass with your vehicle through the Plaza de los Fueros, Yanguas y Miranda street, Herrerías street, Eza street, Doña María Ugarte street and Carnicerías street.

In addition, there are also regulated parking spaces. You can park in the blue zone and the green zone (residents), but following the municipal regulations.

From Autofurgo we recommend you to enter this page of the city council of Tudela and leave your vehicle in one of the parking lots indicated.

Tourism in Tudela: what you can not miss

Take note of our Top 10 of the most important places in Tudela and design a route in which you will discover an unknown Navarre.


  1. Ebro Bridge: Access to the city, it was built with stone in medieval times.
  2. Plaza Vieja: Here the Town Hall and the Cathedral of Santa María stand out. Inside, do not miss the chapel of Santa Ana.
  3. Religious Buildings: A visit to the Palacio Decanal, the church of San Jorge, the church of El Carmen, the church of San Nicolás de Bari, the church of Santa María and the church of La Magdalena is a must.
  4. Convents and Hermitages: The Carmen, Dominican, Capuchin and Clarisas convents are also worth seeing, as well as the Virgen de la Cabeza and Santa Cruz hermitages.
  5. Civil architecture: Locate the Palace of the Marquis of San Adrian, the Palace of the Marquis of Huarte, the Castel Ruiz Cultural Center and the Muñoz Sola Museum of Modern Art.
  6. Jewish Quarter: The Jewish Quarter Vétula dates from the years 802-1170 and it is believed that it could have been located in the current Plaza de la Judería. The New Jewish Quarter, located in the neighborhood of San Miguel, was created thanks to Sancho VI the Wise.
  7. Plaza de los Fueros: The most important place for the people of Tudela, it was created to host bullfights. Nowadays, the events of Easter, La Revoltosa and other festivities are held here.
  8. Torre Monreal: Located in Torre Monreal Street, it is an old defensive building that houses the first camera obscura of Navarra.
  9. Viewpoint of the Cerro de Santa Barbara: Of the old castle, only the central building remains standing. In its place was erected a statue in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
  10. Art Walk: Delve into the history of the city with the Museum of Tudela, the Admiral's House and the Museum of Modern Art "Muñoz Sola".

Get to know the region of Navarre by Car

Pamplona, Estella, Javier, Olite, Obanos, Puente La Reina-Gares, Sangüesa and Corella are other towns in Navarra that you can visit with your rental car.