Car Hire Madrid Gran Via
Address & Contact DetailsGran Via 60, Return Parking Saba Mostenses, Madrid, 28013. Tel: +34902103739
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Find your perfect car hire at Madrid Gran ViaHead to the Avis desk at Madrid Gran Via where staff will look after your rental needs. Set off to explore the Spanish capital and the surrounding countryside at your own pace.
Plan your journey from Madrid Gran ViaVibrant Madrid is the capital of Spain and also the largest city in the country. It offers a wealth of sightseeing opportunities, and from Madrid Gran Via you’re just a short drive to Madrid Cathedral and a host of other tourist attractions.
The Palacio Real de Madrid is another top attraction. Situated next to Plaza de Oriente Square, the royal palace is Madrid’s largest building. Selected areas are open to the public most of the year, and offer the chance to view important works of art, including frescoes and tapestries.
One of the most enjoyable things to do in Madrid is people watch; if you want to enjoy a leisurely lunch as the world goes by head to the Plaza Mayor, the city’s main square. Here there are a selection of restaurants and cafes, offering tapas and Spanish dishes to enjoy al fresco, with attractive umbrella-shaded seating areas.
After lunch check out one of Madrid’s many museums and art galleries. The Nacional Museo del Prado, one of Europe’s premier art museums, is not to be missed. The Goya Museum is another must-see.
If you’re in need of rest and quiet contemplation away from Madrid’s hustle and bustle, there are plenty of fine parks to enjoy in the city. The main one is El Parque de Ritiro; it’s perfect for an afternoon stroll and has a number of statues and monuments, plus a boating lake.
There’s plenty to see and do in Madrid, and the best way to see it all is to tour the city by car.
Beyond Madrid Gran ViaCentral Spain is a diverse destination offering a myriad of attractions. You’ll find plenty of outdoor and indoor pursuits, as well as traditional Spanish charm combined with flourishes of modernity.
Drive around 90 minutes from Madrid Gran Via (via the A-6 and AP-6) and you’ll be in Ávila. If you enjoy churches and cathedrals, a trip to Ávila, often referred to as the ‘City of Stone’ is a must. The cathedral, which actually forms part of the city wall, is quite spectacular and features Romanesque and Gothic influences.
The Medieval city of Cuenca is just over 90 minutes from Madrid Gran Via, via the A-3 and A-40. Boasting a fortress and a 12th century cathedral, there’s plenty of options for sightseers. The city exudes traditional charm and the old town has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The ancient city of Toledo is another popular day trip and a great place to explore. This delightful destination, with its cobbled streets and cathedral, was home to the great Spanish artist El Greco. A trip to the spectacular Alcazar, a stone fortification built on the eastern slopes of the town, is an iconic site worth visiting. Toledo is around a 55-minute drive via the A-42 from Madrid Gran Via.
Uncover the delights of Madrid and the wider region at your own pace by hiring your car at Madrid Gran Via.