Apr 16, 2011

3 Click Car Hire - Rent a Car Services in Albacete Spain

Spain is a spectacular and diverse country. With great beaches, many cultural regions and historic cities, Spain makes a great destination for any kind of trip.

Among many places worth visiting are Spain's flourishing capital Madrid, the vibrant city of Barcelona, the famous "Running of the Bulls" at Pamplona, major Andalucian cities like Seville, Granada and Córdoba, the tranquil Balearic and Canary Islands. Excellent and quiet beaches can be found near Malaga, Huelva and Almería in the south as well as near the coasts of La Manga, Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and Euskadi. If you enjoy crowded resort towns, there are plenty of beaches on the Costa de la Luz and the Costa del Sol.

If you would rather get some fresh air, Spain is filled with opportunities to visit wildlife parks as well as trekking. The Pyrenees, especially around the Aragón area, are the best areas for trekking. Andalucía has its Sierra Nevada mountain chain with luxurious skiing resorts near Granada.

If you plan to explore Spain and move around large cities the best way to do it is by car. 3Click Car Hire Albacete offers you a wide list of car rental locations to choose from - main Spanish airports like Alicante airport, Murcia, Madrid, Malaga or Ibiza, main Spanish railway stations like Sants railway station in Barcelona, Santa Justa in Sevilla, Bilbao railway station and many local offices in the main Spanish cities. At every destination we offer a great range of vehicles and vans to choose depending on your needs - from cheap economy options through to luxury car rentals.

Use our real-time on-line booking system and instantly you will have a comparison of the prices of leading car rental providers in Spain such as Alamo, Avis, Budget, EasyCar, EuropCar, Hertz, Sixt, NationalCar and many others.

Just click on your destination, dates and times and select the best offer with 3Click Car Hire Albacete.

Useful Tips

There are two types of highway in Spain: autopistas, or motorways, and autovías, which are more akin to expressways. Most autopistas are toll roads while autovías are generally free of charge. Speed limits range from 50 km/h in towns to 90 km/h on rural roads, 100 km/h on roads and 120 km/h on autopistas and autovías.

Having a driving map is essential - many streets are one-way; left turns are rarer than rights (and are unpredictable).

Consider having full-coverage insurance: other drivers are not always careful parking near other cars, especially when parking space on a street is limited.

Air conditioning is a must in the hot Spanish summer months.

Be aware that traffic lights are often situated right at the stop line, making it very difficult to see when they turn green, except where there is a lower set of lights on the post.

Parking is prohibited where there is a yellow line along the edge of the curb.

In most towns there is plentiful cheap parking, usually restricted to a two hour maximum, designated by blue lines. You will need to buy a ticket at the nearest machine, but you will mainly find that parking is free until 9:30am, between 1:30 and 4:00pm and after 8:00pm (hours differ from winter to summer).

Do not leave valuables unattended in the car.

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