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Rent a car Alava

Book your rental car in Vitoria and travel to the Basque Country comfortably for a surprising price.

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At Autofurgo we take care of offering you the rental car in Vitoria that best suits your trip. In a simple and economical way, you can pick up and drop off your car at the most convenient office in Alava.

Get to know Vitoria, the Basque capital

Welcome to Vitoria, the capital of the Basque Country and the province of Alava. A city where you can find everything you would expect from a big city: culture, tradition, good gastronomy and an incomparable natural environment.

We, from Autofurgo, want to make your trip easier and that you enjoy the most with your rental car. For this reason, here are a few tips that will be very useful:

Vitoria-Gasteiz is the capital of the province of Alava and the Basque Country. Here you will find some of the most relevant government buildings of the Community, such as the Basque Parliament.

Alquiler de coches en vitoria

Due to its strategic enclave, the Romans made the road linking the town of Astorga in Burgos with Bordeaux pass through Alava. Years later, it is believed that the Visigoth king Leovigild in 581 founded this city under the name of Victoriacum.

Today, this town has almost 244,000 inhabitants and the average annual temperature of the area is 11.7 °C. You can visit Vitoria all year round, but remember that April 28th is the feast day of San Prudencio and May 1st is the feast day of Our Lady of Estíbaliz. Music lovers should not miss the Azkena Rock Festival and the Vitoria Jazz Festival.

With so many places to go and places to visit, it is almost essential to book a rental car in Vitoria to make the most of the days of your stay. Luckily, thanks to Autofurgo you can hire your car online, in a few minutes and without paperwork. Enter the web and discover the convenience of having the services of a company with years of experience in the sector!

How to get to Vitoria

Vitoria-Gasteiz Airport is located 9 kilometers from the capital () You can also choose to arrive at Bilbao Airport and take a bus to the capital of Alava. Many visitors choose, however, to take the train. This trip will provide you with magnificent views and will drop you off at the station located in the center of the city.

Road lovers can reach the Plaza de Euskaltzaindia by bus. And, if you access with a private vehicle or using your rental car in Vitoria, these are the most frequented roads:

  • A-1. Autovía del Norte: This road circles Vitoria to the north, crossing between the city and the Airport.
  • N-104: Access road to the city of Vitoria from the east from the A-1.
  • N-I. Madrid-Irún: It passes through Aranda de Duero, Lerma, Burgos, Miranda de Ebro and Vitoria.
  • N-622: It starts in Vitoria, between Pintor Teodoro Dublang and Gaztelako Atea streets and ends at the junction with the AP-68.
  • N-240: It enters the city of Vitoria-Gasteiz from the north, crossing the San Juan de Arriaga Park and passing by the bus station.

Where can I pick up and drop off my rental car in Vitoria-Gasteiz?

You can pick up and drop off your rental car at the Vitoria Airport as well as in different strategic points of the city center. Look in the Autofurgo search engine and find the place that best suits your trip to Vitoria.

Tolls to take into account with your rental car in Vitoria

You may encounter several toll roads on your way to Vitoria-Gasteiz:

  • AP-1. Autopista del Norte. Castañares (Burgos) - Éibar (Guipúzcoa): Enter the capital of Alava through the airport.
  • AP-8. Cantabrian Highway. Irún-Bilbao: Connects with the AP-68 and the AP-1 in the north of the province.
  • AP-68. Ebro Highway: It runs parallel to Vitoria, connecting with the AP-1 and the N-622.

Parking in your rental car in Vitoria-Gasteiz

Parking your rental car in Vitoria, especially if we are talking about the downtown area, can be problematic. From Autofurgo we recommend that you leave your vehicle in one of the parking lots that we show you in the following link. Some of them are paid, although there are also dissuasive and free ones.

If you prefer to park on the street, keep in mind that the city of Vitoria has regulated parking spaces. Before arriving, you should get to know each one of them to know where you can park.

  • Green zone: Area reserved for residents. Other vehicles may also park, for a maximum of 90 minutes, upon payment.
  • Blue Zone: All vehicles may park in these spaces with a limit of one and a half hours. To do so, they will need to obtain the corresponding ticket.
  • Green-exclusive zone: Only residents or merchants in possession of the corresponding card will be able to park in this zone. These will be public parking spaces on public holidays and during the month of August, between the 5th and the 31st.
  • Orange zone: May be used by all vehicles for a maximum of 15 minutes. Users must leave the free OTA ticket in a visible place.

Discover Vitoria with your rental car

One of the advantages of booking a cheap car rental in Vitoria is not having to worry about the schedules and inconveniences of public transport when doing some sightseeing. If you want to see all that this city has to offer take a look at the Top 10 of the highlights of the Basque capital:

  1. El Ensanche: Stroll through the Parque de la Florida and the area of the Basque Parliament. Cross to the Bishop Fernandez de Pierola Gardens and enter the Cathedral of Mary Immaculate.
  2. Neoclassical area: Visit the Plaza de España, the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca and the monument of the Battle of Vitoria.
  3. Medieval flea market: A must to visit the Church of San Miguel, the Casa de los Arquillos and the Palace of Villa Suso.
  4. Matxete Square: Main entrance to the old town. From here you can access the Church of San Vicente Mártir and go up the hill to see a recreation of the walls and the refrigerators. Also visit the Escoriaza Esquivel Palace.
  5. Cathedral of Santa María: Book your ticket in advance at the following link ( Also don't miss the Plaza de las Burullerías and the architecture of El Portalón.
  6. Museum of Natural Sciences: Formerly known as the Tower of Doña Ochanda (
  7. Plaza de la Provincia and surroundings: Nearby is the Church of San Pedro, the Provincial Council of Alava and the Plaza del Conde de Peñaflorida.
  8. Fournier Playing Card Museum: Located on Cuchillería Street, it displays a unique collection. This city manufactures the most famous playing cards in the world.
  9. Casa del Cordón: Residence that housed illustrious characters of history, such as Philip the Handsome or Hadrian VI.
  10. Green Ring: Enjoy nature and the environment in the Salburua Park. And don't forget to visit the Nature Interpretation Center.

Get to know the Province of Alava by Car

Laguardia, the Rioja Alavesa, the Valley of Ayala and Quejana, the Añana Salt Lakes, Trespuentes, the Gorbea Natural Park and the Salto del Nervión are other places you can visit in Alava with your rental car.