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Car rental Valencia

Book your car rental in Valencia in a simple and economical way thanks to Furauto.

We offer vehicles in Valencia from the following rental companies

Enterprise Mobility Available in:
AEROPUERTO DE VALENCIA
Alfafar
Gandia
Massanassa
Paterna
Valencia
Europcar Available in:
AEROPUERTO DE VALENCIA
Alfafar
Sagunto
Valencia
Hertz Available in:
AEROPUERTO DE VALENCIA
Aldaia
Gandia
Valencia
Record Go Available in:
AEROPUERTO DE VALENCIA
Valencia
Sixt Available in:
AEROPUERTO DE VALENCIA
Valencia
Avis Available in:
Valencia
 
Search trend for vans in Valencia
price trend: 87%

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 Valencia
price trend: 100%

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

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

Reviews from clients in VALENCIA
Excelente
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Muy contento con el servicio, la furgoneta totalmente nueva el trato del personal perfecto tanto Irene como Emparo son chicas muy amable perfecto todo, muy recomendable, gracias por toda vuesta atenci...
Mondher K.
Bien servicio
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Looking for a car rental in Valencia? At Furauto we take care of finding the rental car that best suits your needs. You will be able to pick it up, enjoy it and deliver it in a simple and economical way.

Discover Valencia in your rental car

Welcome to Valencia, the capital of Fallas. The third most populated city in Spain offers you the best culture, fun and tradition you can expect. And how could it be otherwise, in Furauto we offer you one of the best car rental services in Valencia to make your trip an unforgettable experience.

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Valencia was founded as a Roman colony. In 138 BC it was known as Valentia Edetanorum. Over time it was occupied by the Muslims so it is not unusual that today it is possible to see in its architecture that mix of cultures, traditions and customs.

Today's city, located on the banks of the Turia River, has an incomparable cultural offer. An example of this is the Cathedral and the Miguelete, the Lonja de la Seda and the City of Arts and Sciences. Although it is not in the city itself, the Valencia City Council also owns the Albufera Natural Park.

Other must-sees include a walk along the Levante pier to the port. In addition to discovering breathtaking views you will have the opportunity to taste one of the gastronomic treasures of the area. We are referring, of course, to a tasty paella.

And, of course, this city fills up with visitors from all over the world in March. Las Fallas is a festival of International Tourist Interest that no one should miss. Undoubtedly, there is much to know about Valencia. Booking your rental car in Valencia you can discover any corner with total freedom.

How to get to Valencia by rental car

Picking up your rental car at Valencia Airport is quite common since it is one of the busiest points as far as the arrival of visitors is concerned. Of course, the Port of Valencia is another of the main entrances to the city.

In addition, Valencia city has four suburban and medium distance stations and the Joaquín Sorolla Station, which offers AVE services to Madrid, Barcelona, Albacete, Zaragoza, Cuenca, Seville, Malaga... If you prefer road transport, you can reach the Valencia Bus Station from almost any Spanish province.

The main accesses to the city of Valencia are the following:

  • Highway from Valencia to Madrid: Enter the capital through Avenida del Cid.
  • Almansa (Albacete) - Játiva (Valencia) highway: access through Burjassot.
  • Alicante Highway: Joins the capital of Spain with Albacete and Alicante.
  • Autovía del Mediterráneo: From Algeciras to Barcelona bordering the city of Valencia.
  • AP-7. Autopista del Mediterráneo: Crosses the coast from Tarragona to Alicante.
  • A-23. Mudéjar Highway: Connects Sagunto with the French border.
  • N-340. Badajoz - Játiva (Valencia) National Highway.
  • N-330. National Road from Alicante to France.

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

Furauto offers you the possibility to pick up and drop off your rental car at various locations in the city, such as RENFE station, Manises or Valencia Airport. Enter our search engine and find the area that best suits your trip.

How to calculate the cost of a rental car in Valencia?

The easiest and fastest way to calculate how much does it cost to rent a car in Valencia is to use the Furauto comparator. Enter our website and select the dates and cities of both delivery and collection of your vehicle. We will select for you a wide range of vehicles at very competitive prices for you to choose your ideal car.

What do I have to do to hire a long term car rental in Valencia?

In Furauto know that hiring a long term car rental in Valencia may be the answer if you need to expand the fleet of your company in a timely manner or looking for a replacement vehicle. Enter the web and see our online catalog.

Is it possible to hire a rental car without a credit card with Furauto?

No. In addition, the driver who appears in the contract must also be the holder of the credit card used at the time of payment.

What is the speed limit in Valencia?

If you book your rental car in Valencia to move around the city you will surely be interested in knowing the speed limits. You must be attentive to the traffic signs since in some areas of the city center it is not allowed to exceed 20 km/h. Be careful, the presence of radars is quite common so in case you do not respect the rules you can be fined.

Tolls to take into account in Valencia

On your way to Valencia you may come across the Mediterranean Highway or AP-7. This road links Tarragona and Alicante along the Mediterranean coast.

Parking your rental car in Valencia

Parking your rental car in Valencia is a difficult but not impossible task. The orange and blue zones make it quite difficult to visit the city, as you have to retake the ticket every so often. (http://www.oravalencia.com/funcionamiento.php)

From Furauto we recommend you to leave your vehicle in a public or private parking.

In the city you can also find free parking in the university area and the Juan Carlos I Royal Marina. Another option is to leave your car in the outlying areas and take a bus, metro or cab to the center.

Get to know Valencia with your rental car

In Valencia you can spend several weeks without getting to know it at all. If you only have a few days, here are the Top 10 must-see places.

  1. City of Arts and Sciences: Santiago Calatrava's architecture houses the Hemisfèric, the Oceanogràfic, the Príncipe Felipe Science Museum, the Palau de les Artes Reina Sofía and the Assut de l'Or bridge.
  2. El Carme neighborhood: Cobblestone streets with Christian and Muslim walls. Here you can visit the Church of Carmen, the Quart Towers, the Serranos Towers, the IVAM, the Museum of the 19th Century and the Mossen Sorell Market.
  3. Plaça de la Mare de Déu: In the most important square of the city you will find the Cathedral of Valencia and the Miguelete tower, the basilica of the Virgin of the Desamparados and the Palau de la Generalitat.
  4. Church of Santos Juanes: Next to it also stands the Lonja de la Seda and the Mercat Central.
  5. Museum route: Try to stop by the National Museum of Ceramics, the Museum of Fine Arts of Valencia, the Valencian Museum of Enlightenment and Modernity and the Fallas Museum.
  6. Old Town: Stroll through its streets and visit the Plaza Redonda, the Town Hall Square, the Post Office Building, the Bullring and the Estació del Nord.
  7. The Marina: Impossible to leave Valencia without visiting the Juan Carlos I Royal Marina, the Veles e Vents building and the Clock building.
  8. Beaches: Sunbathe, swim and eat an authentic Valencian paella at El Cabanyal Beach (Las Arenas) and Malvarrosa Beach.
  9. The lungs of Valencia: The Jardí del Túria, about 9 kilometers long, is the largest urban garden in Spain. Do not miss its bridges and the Palau de la Música.
  10. Bioparc: The zoo of the city of Valencia has more than 4,000 animals of 250 different species (http://www.bioparcvalencia.es/).

Get to know the Province of Valencia by car

Cullera, Xátiva, Antella, Gandía, Alzira, Castielfabib, Oliva, Buñol, Ontinyent, Requena and Sagunto are some of the places you can visit in Valencia thanks to your rental car. Do not miss the Albufera Natural Park, about 25 kilometers from the Valencian capital.

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