Furauto is the easiest, fastest and safest way to rent a van in Móstoles. Our price comparator ensures you the best vehicles with the most exclusive offers of the moment. Do you need a van for work? Do you want to travel with the whole family in a minivan? Are you self-employed and can not spend much? Contact us and discover all the transports that Furauto offers you in the autonomous community of Madrid.
Thanks to Furauto, you can pick up and drop off your rental van at our office in Móstoles. If you prefer, you can also take advantage of the One-Way system, which allows you to enjoy your vehicle in Mostoles but return it in another Spanish location. See below for other nearby destinations that may be of interest to you:
- Barajas Airport
- Alcalá de Henares
- Campo de las Naciones
- Collado Mediano
- Collado Villalba
- Atocha Station
- Las Rozas
- Madrid City
- Town of Barajas
- San Sebastián de los Reyes
- Torrejón de Ardoz
- Tres Cantos
Because here on May 2, 1808 the Bando de los alcaldes de Móstoles was written, a manifesto that declared war on the French and served as the beginning of the War of Independence.
In this city it is possible to visit the Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, the Museo de la Ciudad and the Casa-Museo de Andrés Torrejón, which pays homage to the town's most famous mayor. Also worth a few minutes is the Teatro del Bosque, inaugurated in front of the Parque Liana in 2003 with the design of Javier Mariscal.
The Natural Park of El Soto is the largest green area of the municipality, and served as a stage for the Madrid Festival of Alternative Music, better known as Festimad.
Móstoles is a municipality located in the south of Madrid. From here, and thanks to your rental van Furauto, you can comfortably travel the geography of Madrid or know the northern area of Castilla-La Mancha in which highlights the municipality described below:
Take the A-5 and arrive comfortably in 19 minutes to this town of nearly 27,000 inhabitants. Besides enjoying the gastronomy of Navalcarnero, try to visit the Parish Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción, the Plaza Segovia, the Interpretation Center of Navalcarnero, the Museum of Feliciano Hernández and the Glass Garden. The wines of Navalcarnero, with Denomination of Origin of Wines of Madrid, also have their own museum in the town.
|- Alcalá de Henares||- Leganés|
|- Alcobendas||- Madrid|
|- Alcorcón||- Majadahonda|
|- Aranjuez||- Móstoles|
|- Arganda del Rey||- Las Rozas|
|- Collado Villalba||- Navalcarnero|
|- Colmenar Viejo||- Parla|
|- Coslada||- Pinto|
|- Fuenlabrada||- San Lorenzo del Escorial|
|- Getafe||- Torrejón de Ardoz|