Car and Van Hire in Zaragoza
Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Zaragoza page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Car and Van rental in Zaragoza
Valencia is Spain's third largest city. It is located on the east coast, on the banks of the Turia River. The city benefits from its Mediterranean climate, with mild winters and summer temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Valencia has many faces; it is one of the oldest university cities in Spain, a busy container port on the Mediterranean Sea, and a place full of historic buildings and monuments. The city was founded by the Romans and like so many places in this area of Spain, has been both Christian and Muslim, the influences of which are very evident architecturally and culturally. Today, the service sector and tourism are the mainstays of the local economy, although more traditional sources of revenue, such as manufacturing and agriculture, still play a part. Valencia is famous for its festivals, particularly the Fallas, a celebration of the dish Paella Valencia. Look here for details of Enterprise Valencia.
Our Vehicles for Hire in Valencia
Enterprise provides the customer with a great selection of vehicles to choose from. Whatever your personal requirements in terms of car hire, Enterprise will strive to meet them. From small hatchbacks, which are great for fuel economy, to sporty SUVs, you can rely on Enterprise. Each car undergoes a thorough maintenance check and is valeted before being hired out. What is more, hiring a car from Enterprise means you get great backup from experienced industry specialists. Take a look at the Enterprise website to check out our saloons.
Cheap Car and Van Hire in Valencia
The heading may say cheap, but Enterprise don't hire out cheap cars. Instead, they have a highly competitive pricing structure that keeps them ahead of the competition by ensuring that the great deals they offer on car hire are very hard to beat. While Enterprise is happy to speak to customers by telephone, the website and interactive booking system was created with the customer in mind. Use it to book in advance; the best way to secure not only the vehicle you want, but the best deal available.
Airport Car Hire
Planning your trip should include the most convenient way of collecting a hire car. Enterprise has a base at Valencia Airport, also known as Manises Airport, situated about three miles west of the city centre along the Carretera del Aeropuerto. There is lots of secure parking in and around the airport, which is served by a very good transport system of underground metro, buses and overland trains. Taxis, of course, also operate from the station.
Attractions in Valencia
Valencia has no shortage of attractions with which to occupy visitors. In addition to its historical churches and other historical buildings, it has a number of large plazas, the biggest of which, Plaza del Ajantament, is lined with restaurants, bars and a multiscreen cinema. There are also a number of botanical gardens and a plethora of museums, including the largest aquarium in Europe, L'Oceanographic. Valencia's Gothic cathedral, built between the 13th and 15th centuries, is popular with visitors to the city, along with the recently restored Serrans and Quart Towers on the old, defensive city walls.
Places to Visit Outside Valancia
El Puig beach, a 12-mile drive on the A7 north from Valencia, is a good place to relax and get away from it all. Visit the village and see St. Mary's Monastery and take a look at the Sentry Tower. Picassent is a 30-minute drive through countryside, where orange groves are commonplace. There are three churches in the centre of Picassent; San Cristobal, Milagrosa and l'hermitadela, each with points of interest for visitors. The 11th-century Espioca Tower, constructed by the Moors, is also a popular attraction. Having access to a car in this part of Spain opens up many opportunities for those willing to explore.
Parking and Traffic Information in Valencia
Valencia is Spain's third largest city and those travelling to it should expect to find busy traffic and should factor this into journey times, especially at peak times. It is possible to drive on several large thoroughfares in Valencia; this of course requires a good satellite navigation system or knowledge of where traffic restrictions apply, as there are one-way systems, bus-only zones etc. in operation. There is paid parking in a number of designated spots within the city and some free parking alongside the Turia Park. Park and ride is popular with residents and travellers alike, with 12 metro stations around the outskirts of the city offering this facility.