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Hertz in Madrid

Head for the Spanish capital of Madrid and you’ll be travelling to a 24-hour city packing a punch that makes most others look dull and lifeless by comparison. Its fast-paced, fast-talking inhabitants never tire of singing its praises, hence the commonly used expression, ‘De Madrid al Cielo’ (from Madrid to Heaven), meaning that there is no better place on Earth.

Europe’s highest capital city is surrounded by a string of enticing attractions should you have the time to venture out – you’re truly at the centre of things here.

We have numerous branches in Madrid, including at all the major transport hubs, and we’ll soon have you into the perfect car for your trip. Book and pay online in advance or on collection – whatever suits your needs.

Hertz Madrid Locations

Madrid Airport

Barajas Airport,
Terminal 1 and 4

902-305-230

San Sebastian de los Reyes-Megapark Shopping Centre

Plaza del Comercio 6
+34-91-6523697

Arturo Soria Plaza Shopping Centre

C/ Arturo Soria 126-128
+34-91-300-45-96

Majadahonda-Equinocio Shopping Centre

C/ Fresa, Local 19, Planta Baja, , Poligono Industrial El Carralero
+34-91-634-15-89

Leganes-Avenida Carlos Sainz

Av. Carlos Sainz 45,
Ciudad del Automovil de Leganes

+34-91-694-75-10

Plaza de Castilla Interchange Station

Plaza de Castilla
Ground floor,
Return: Parking San Aquilino

+34-91-315-24-44

Plaza de Espana

C/ Princesa 14
+34-91-5425805

Alcala de Henares-Via Complutense

Via Complutense 135-137,
Corredor Gil Motor

+34-91-881-80-81

Las Rozas-Calle Jacinto Benavente

C/ Jacinto Benavente 2,
Ground floor

+34-91-509-73-43

Hotel Villamagna

Paseo de la Castellana 22,
Parking - First floor

+34-91-576-90-48

NH Barajas Hotel

Calle Catamaran 1
+34-91-747-28-20

Delicias-Atocha

Calle Tomas Breton 8-10
+34-91-468-45-60

Atocha-AVE Railway Station

Glorieta Emperador Carlos V
902-023-932

MADS62

C/ de la Electricidad 2, San Jose de Valderas Industrial Park
34-91-611-36-22

A quick guide to Madrid

Madrid is a magnificent city in every sense. This vast, sprawling metropolis of four million souls, lying at the very centre of the country, is an alluring mix of grand, 19th-century Bourbon squares and wide sweeping boulevards, medieval buildings and narrow, twisting streets and alleyways. At its atmospheric heart is the Plaza Mayor, a huge square of Flemish-inspired architecture that makes the perfect place to sit back and take it all in while enjoying tapas and a café con leche.

Packing in the Prado

Madrid boasts three world-class art museums stuffed with outstanding collections, the envy of anywhere in the world. Take some time to visit the Prado to experience one of the world’s greatest displays of art, with classics at every turn, or venture towards the Reina Sofía, home to perhaps the most famous painting in Spanish history, Picasso’s moving and impressive Guernica. The third of the galleries, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, is a treasure trove of Impressionist and Expressionist masters as well as 20th-century North American art, eagerly awaiting exploration.

Serene and green

Madrid’s many parks are great places to escape for a few hours into a tranquil setting. The most central and most popular of them is El Retiro, a delightful mix of formal gardens and wide open spaces. Hire a boat and row out onto the man-made lake in the shadow of the Alfonso XII monument. There’s also peace to be found at the Royal Botanical Gardens, with some 30,000 plant species ripe for discovery in this gorgeous place.

24-hour party people

History and culture are only part of Madrid’s appeal. As you get to grips with the place, you soon realize that it’s the lifestyle of the inhabitants – the madrileños – that is one of the capital’s main attractions, whether they’re hanging out in traditional cafés or summer terrazas, packing the lanes of Sunday’s El Rastro flea market or playing hard and very late in a thousand bars, clubs, discos and tascas. The Madrid social scene is one of the most vibrant in the country – the match of Barcelona, say – and one that it’s immensely fun to immerse yourself in.

Into Iberia

Hiring a car will allow you to visit some of Spain’s greatest towns and cities, many of which are within an hour’s drive of Madrid. Make sure you set aside time to visit Toledo, which preceded Madrid as the country’s capital. Immortalised by El Greco, who lived and worked there, the city is a living museum to the many cultures – Visigothic, Moorish, Jewish and Christian – which have shaped the destiny of Spain.

Segovia, with its stunning Roman aqueduct and irresistible Disneyesque castle, attracts many visitors too, while Felipe II’s vast palace of El Escorial is a monument to outsize all others. Also seek out Aranjuez, an oasis in the parched Castilian plain, famed for its lavish baroque palace and gardens, the beautiful walled city of Ávila, birthplace of St Teresa, and not forgetting Cervantes’ home town, Alcalá de Henares, which can boast a truly stunning 16th-century university. Car rental in Madrid makes visiting all of these places a real possibility.

Driving in and around Madrid

Driving in Madrid is easy and pleasant, made even easier if you acquaint yourself with the rules of the road before arriving. There are three types of main road: carreteras nacionales are toll-free national roads with a speed limit of 90 km/h; autovías are toll-free dual carriageways with a speed limit of 100 km/h and autopistas are toll motorways with a top speed of 120 km/h (these roads are prefixed with an ‘E’).

Driving is on the right-hand side and you should stick to the right-hand lane on motorways and dual carriageways unless overtaking. Though you have to pay to use toll roads, they are much quieter than toll-free roads. Look for signs saying ‘Peaje’ which indicates you’ll have to pay – our branch teams can tell you how.

The city has three ring roads, the M50 being the outermost, the M40 inside that and the M30 the innermost – they’re a great way to navigate the city without entering the very centre. When parking in the city, watch out for yellow zones that say ‘Prohibido Estacionar’ – you can’t park there. Instead, use green or blue pay-and-display zones or the numerous car parks and garages.

As befits the capital, Madrid is exceptionally well connected to the rest of the country, with major motorways leading to all corners of Spain. The E-5 runs south and then west to Seville, while you can leave it at Cordoba and head for Malaga and the southern coast on the A-45. For a sublime coastal trip, drive east on the E-901 for Valencia and from there the E-15 north to vibrant Barcelona.

HERTZ MADRID LOCATIONS

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Madrid Airport

Address:Barajas Airport,
Terminal 1 and 4

Phone:902 305 230

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0700-2400

San Sebastian de los Reyes-Megapark Shopping Centre

Address:Plaza del Comercio 6

Phone:+34 91 6523697

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0900-1330 1630-1900, Sa 0900-1400, Su closed

Arturo Soria Plaza Shopping Centre

Address:C/ Arturo Soria 126-128

Phone:+34 91 300 45 96

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 1000-1400 1600-1900, Sa 1000-1400, Su closed

Majadahonda-Equinocio Shopping Centre

Address:C/ Fresa, Local 19, Planta Baja, , Poligono Industrial El Carralero

Phone:+34 91 634 15 89

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0900-1300 1600-1900, Sa 0900-1400, Su closed.

Leganes-Avenida Carlos Sainz

Address:Av. Carlos Sainz 45,
Ciudad del Automovil de Leganes

Phone:+34 91 694 75 10

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0900-1300 1600-1900, Sa 0900-1400, Su closed

Plaza de Castilla Interchange Station

Address:Plaza de Castilla
Ground floor,
Return: Parking San Aquilino

Phone:+34 91 315 24 44

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0730-2100, Sa 0800-1300, Su closed

Plaza de Espana

Address:C/ Princesa 14

Phone:+34 91 5425805

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0830-1930, Sa 0900-1400, Su closed

Alcala de Henares-Via Complutense

Address:Via Complutense 135-137,
Corredor Gil Motor

Phone:+34 91 881 80 81

Opening hours: Mo 0900-1400 1600-1900, Tu-Fr 0900-1300 1600-1900, Sa 1000-1400, Su closed.

Las Rozas-Calle Jacinto Benavente

Address:C/ Jacinto Benavente 2,
Ground floor

Phone:+34 91 509 73 43

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0900-1300 1500-1900, Sa-Su Closed.

Hotel Villamagna

Address:Paseo de la Castellana 22,
Parking - First floor

Phone:+34 91 576 90 48

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 1000-1400 1600-1900, Sa 0900-1400, Su closed

NH Barajas Hotel

Address:Calle Catamaran 1

Phone:+34 91 747 28 20

Opening hours: Mo-Fr 0900-1400 1600-1900, Sa-Su closed

Delicias-Atocha

Address:Calle Tomas Breton 8-10

Phone:+34 91 468 45 60

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0800-1930

Atocha-AVE Railway Station

Address:Glorieta Emperador Carlos V

Phone:902 023 932

Opening hours: Mo-Su 0800-2400

MADS62

Address:C/ de la Electricidad 2, San Jose de Valderas Industrial Park

Phone:34-91-611-36-22

Opening hours: Effective 15 January 2019: Mo-Fr 0900-1900, Sa 0900-1400, Su Closed.