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Through our car rental comparison engine you can book car rental Valencia airport, at the train station, and in the main towns of the province: Paterna, Sagunto and Gandía.
“A journey of a thounsand miles begins here.”
The city of Valencia has all the transport connections you need to get anywhere in the world, whether you do it by plane, train or road.
Valencia’s train connection is covered by the Valencia Train Station Joaquin Sorolla, located in the heart of the city, with regular routes and high-speed trains that connect with the main destinations in Spain.
Valencia’s air connection is also excellent, as it has the convenient Valencia Airport, located only 10 kilometres from the city centre.
If you visit Valencia by train, plane or you are already in the city; we help you to book rental cars at Valencia Airport, at the Valencia-Joaquin Sorolla Station and in several places of the province.
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Valencia is part of the tourist offer of the Levant and the Mediterranean coast, as such it is one of the most important destinations in Spain.
In addition to traditional Valencia airport car hire companies operate low cost car rental agencies, which gives space to a highly competitive offer with a high level of services and vehicles in excellent conditions. The fleet of vehicles is extensive, and includes mini, compact, estate, SUV, vans, and premium cars.
Agency: Enterprise Rent a Car
Enterprise Valencia Train Station
Carrer San Vicent Mártir, 171
46007 Valencia, VA
Telephone +34 963 08 60 06
Enterprise Valencia Centre – Patraix
44 Carrer De Pius Xi
46014 Valencia, VA
Telephone +34 963 09 90 05
Enterprise Car Hire Valencia Airport
46940 Manises, VA
Telephone +34 963 09 25 10
Discover some of the best places of interest in the city of Valencia.
The capital of the Valencian Community is a city of this time, with a wide cultural and gastronomic offer. Its old town, gardens, and beaches are worth admiring. Meanwhile, the City of Arts and Sciences is a spectacular space for the whole family.
Valencia is a cosmopolitan city, Mediterranean by definition. During your visit you should not miss the City of Arts and Sciences, an avant-garde architectural complex that dazzles from every angle and which houses the Oceanographic Aquarium, the Science Museum, the Hemisphere and the Palau de les Arts.
In the old part of the city you must visit the City Hall building, the Town Hall which houses the Municipal History Museum of Valencia, the impressive bullring and the Bullfighting Museum.
The size of the Estación del Norte and its architectural finish, reveal the railway importance of the city of Valencia with this building built in 1917. Other interesting monuments are the old convent of San Pablo and the Plaza de San Agustín.
If you are a connoisseur of illustration, then you should visit the Valencian Museum of Illustration and Modernity. Other emblematic buildings of Valencia that you must know is the market, in its eight thousand square meters you can find everything you need to make the best of the Valencian paellas.
Other monuments of unique historical and cultural value are the Santos Juanes church and the Lonja de la Seda, built in 1498. As well as the parish church of San Nicolás de Bari and San Pedro Mártir.
The cathedral, built in 1261, is another of the wonders you must visit on your way through Valencia, and of course, one of the familiar landmarks for Valencians, the tower of the Miguelete or the Micalet. In the same area you can find the chapel of Santo Cáliz, the Cathedral Museum and the basilica of the Virgen de los Desamparados.
Other monuments of particular beauty and where the legal and political power of Valencia lies are the Palace of Justice and the Palace of the Borgias, the seat of the Valencian Parliament. The Main Theatre, the Music Palace, the Church of San Lorenzo, the Church of San Martín Obispo and San Antonio are important buildings that you should visit.
The church of Santo Domingo, is a faithful representative of Valencian Gothic, and very close by, across the River Turia, is the peaceful Botanical Garden or the Real Monasterio de la Trinidad.
The 19th century museum houses exhibitions that explain the cultural changes in Spanish society, while the palace of the Marquis of Dos Aguas houses the National Museum of Ceramics and Sumptuary Arts, with an important exhibition of Spanish and foreign ceramics. There is also the Museum of Fine Arts with more than 3,000 paintings by great masters from the 14th century to the present day.
If you want to be impressed by Valencian popular art, you should visit Valencia during the month of March, where the world-famous Fallas is held. The city is decorated for the occasion with an impressive amount of ninots, cardboard monuments of several meters high. The women wear a traditional Fallera costume.
In the same urban centre, to the north of the promenade, you can visit the most popular urban beaches, such as Malvarrosa beach, Las Arenas beach and Cabañal beach. If you’re looking for a bit of peace and quiet, you should go to the El Pinedo, El Saler or La Devesa beaches, the latter being a favourite with windsurfers and water sports enthusiasts.
Only 10 kilometres from the city centre of Valencia is the city of Paterna, the most outstanding monument being the Arabic tower, which is about fifteen metres high and a symbol of the city. From Paterna it is very easy to reach Manises, an important town in the manufacture of ceramics and which has the Ceramics Museum.
Sagunto is a city full of history and monuments of great historical and cultural value, and since it is located 30 kilometres from the centre of Valencia, it is well worth the trip. The site, which includes the imposing castle, is considered a National Monument. Very close to the site you will find the Roman Theatre, the Sangre Hermitage, the Jewish Quarter, the Temple of Diana, the Church of Santa María and the Roman Circus.
Only 70 kilometres from the centre of Valencia separate this incredible fishing and sports town, a favourite destination for many for their summer holidays. Gandía has an old town of unique beauty and conservation, and a promenade and magnificent beaches. The Doge’s Palace is one of the most outstanding in the city, as well as the church of Santa María, the Town Hall building, the hospital of San Marcos and the Royal Monastery of Santa Clara. While the fine sand beaches adorn the coastline, including Nord beach, Venice beach and Varadero beach.
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You have to take into account three factors when making your request: location and type of vehicle you need, the route you are going to take and the coverage. You must answer these three questions:
Whichever season it is, we suggest you confirm your reservation well ahead of time to get better offers.
You can pay for your booking by debit or credit card. Usually rent a car agencies have limitations on paying with prepaid cards or cash.
It is possible to rent a car in Valencia with full coverage. For a part of the usual price, you can choose the AXA Insurance premium coverage, which provides you with maximum protection against theft and accidents with guaranteed reimbursement of up to 3,000 euros; in addition to roadside assistance.
The cheapest price to rent a small car in Valencia is around 4 euros/day for 7 days.
Remember to select by car type, so you’ll find a wide variety of small cars: Fiat 500, Citroën C1, Peugeot 107, and more.
The lowest price for book a 9 seater car hire Valencia is around 29 £ per day for 1 week.
Ensure you filter by type of car, there is a vast range of 9-seater minivans available: Peugeot Traveller, Opel Vivaro, Volkswagen Transporter, just to name a few.
The minimum price for a 7-seater car hire Valencia is around 19 £/day for 1 week.
If you activate the filter by type of car, you can find a whole selection of 7-seat minivans: Seat Alhambra, Opel Meriva, Ford Galaxy, of course, and many other models.
You can hire a car full to full in Valencia. You receive the vehicle full of fuel and return it full, without any refuelling charge.
Yes. Availability is indicated in the mileage policy label, located in the search filters.
Yes, as a rule, most of the car rentals allow you to travel to the main destinations in Europe.
At the time of pick-up, you must inform the counter of the destination you plan to visit, in addition to paying the cross border fee, which will permit you to continue to have coverage abroad.
You can rent a car one way from Valencia and return it to a branch office other than the one where you picked it up.
When you search, you must specify both the city of collection and the city of return. Our search engine will automatically show you the available options.
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