Car Hire Zaragoza Train Station
Address & Contact DetailsRenfe Jose P Perez Llorca Sn, Devolucion P Publico Saba P1, Zaragoza, 50011. Tel: +34902090321
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Find your perfect hire car at Zaragoza Train StationRoll into Zaragoza Train Station and we will be waiting with the keys to your rental car.
Hiring a car gives you the freedom to explore the sights you desire, as-and-when you desire.
Plan your journey from Zaragoza Train StationFrom Zaragoza Train Station, you’re around a 10-minute drive from the main sightseeing area of Zaragoza, where a wealth of historic treasures, museums and galleries await.
Zaragoza is the bustling capital of the Aragon region of Spain. Ideally located on the banks of the Ebro river, this charming cultural centre is nestled between the fascinating cities of Madrid and Barcelona.
The Pilar Basilica is not to be missed. This Baroque church was the work of artist Francisco de Goya and is an awe-inspiring spectacle (both inside and out), displaying ornate carvings, marble pillars and intricate stonework.
Other historic highlights include the Museo del Teatro de Caesaraugusta, which showcases the ruins of a Roman theatre. The Roman baths, Museo de las Termas Públicas, is another ancient sight worth visiting. Audio guides are available from the information desk to enhance the experience.
If you’re after traditional Spanish food, you’ll be spoilt for choice with Zaragoza’s array of restaurants – serving everything from fresh fish to tasty tapas. Culture vultures are also well catered for, with numerous exhibitions, festivals and concerts aired throughout the year.
Pick up the keys to your Avis hire car from Zaragoza Train Station to explore the sights of Zaragoza and beyond.
Beyond Zaragoza Train StationAragon is a fascinating part of Spain that offers visitors the chance to sample Spanish cuisine at its best, as well as explore historic cities and pretty towns and villages. It’s also the home of Mudéjar architecture – a unique style originating from the region. From Roman ruins to 12th century castles, many cultural and historic treasures await your discovery.
Just under an hour from Zaragoza Train Station (via the A-2) is Calatayud. The city is situated in southwest Aragon and has a history dating back to Roman times. Numerous attractions are settled in the city centre, including the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria, which has been declared a national monument.
Travel for an hour from Zaragoza Train Station to visit the pretty town of Illueca. There are a number of attractions to enjoy here, the most famous being the Palacio Castillo Papa Luna. This imposing structure is located on the highest point of the town and displays a combination of medieval and Mudéjar influences. The town also has a museum and a couple of small churches.
From your starting point at Zaragoza Train Station, it’s just under an hour by car (via the AP-68 and N/122) to Tarazona. Offering historic buildings, great food and a relaxed atmosphere, it’s the ideal place for those interested in gastronomy and sightseeing. The cathedral is not to be missed and reflects an unusual mix of gothic, Mudéjar and Renaissance influences.
Explore the delights of Aragon at your own pace by hiring a car at Zaragoza Train Station. Drive through the region and enjoy the sights and sounds of Spain along the way.