Car rental Madrid
Car Rental from Madrid Barajas Airport
Planning a trip to the capital of Spain? Madrid and its surroundings is a perfect destination to explore with a car rental. Car rental Madrid Airport companies are located at the arrivals area of terminals T1 and T4. You can find here Sixt, Europcar, Avis, Budget, Hertz, Enterprise, and Goldcar. Their services are offered at their offices at the T1 terminal Arrivals hall, in front of the baggage claim hall 2 area, and at terminal T4, floor -1. At Skyscanner Israel, we also have partnerships with car rental agencies such as [Argus Car Hire](https://www.skyscanner.co.il/car-rental-with/argu/car-rental-with-Argus Car Hire.html), Economy Car Rental, Holiday Autos, Rentalcars.com, so that we can offer you any type of car for an unbeatable price.
Gas stations near Madrid Barajas Airport
Two Repsol gas stations are located within the grounds of the airport. One serves Terminal 1, 2 and 3 and the other one serves Terminal 4. Both are found on the approach to the respective terminals and are open 24 hours. If you are traveling to Terminal 1, there is a Campsa gas station opposite the terminal which you can access after exiting the M-14. Traveling from the east? A Galp station is located on Camino Cuartel which is accessed after exiting the M-11 at Calle Ariadna.
Getting to your destination with car rental Madrid
The area surrounding Madrid Barajas Airport MAD is only 12 km from the city of Madrid. The M50 ring road, the M40 which takes you around the outskirts of Madrid, the M11, A1, and A2 are easily accessed from the airport. The M12 runs alongside Terminal 4 and offers comfortable, direct access to those driving to the terminal. Note that this is a toll road.
The capital of Spain is a great destination for a city break in Europe. With a car rental Madrid Airport you can explore this artistic hub known for its culture and historical significance. Check out our Madrid city guide to find out more. Madrid has plenty of attractions, parks, museums, and points of interest. This list is just the tip of the iceberg: Buen Retiro Park, Royal Palace of Madrid, The vibrant main square Plaza Mayor, Museo Nacional Del Prado, Temple of Debod, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Palacio de Cristal, Parque Warner Madrid - a theme park with roller coasters, The Madrid Zoo Aquarium, Naval Museum of Madrid, and Parque de Atracciones de Madrid.
You can drive your car rental Madrid Airport to the city via the A2 and then the M30. You’ll be there in 35-40 minutes, depending on traffic. On-street parking is a quite a challenge in Madrid with only a limited number of spaces available. There are many parking lots and underground parking facilities near the popular Madrid attractions to accommodate you. Rates start from free to €0.06 for the first 15 minutes, up to €38.30/day. You can park in the suburbs and take the metro to the tourist attractions, or find a hotel that offers parking spaces for the guests. Avoid illegal parking, the fees are enormous, you’ll pay a minimum of €147.55 and an additional charge of €1.85 per hour.
Pick up your car rental Madrid Airport and drive to Toledo, a walled city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Toledo is home to some historical monuments and is a place of cultural significance in Spain.
Get on M-14 and drive 1.3 km. Follow M-40 and A-42 to Av. de Madrid in Castilla-La Mancha. Take exit 68B from A-42 after 82.9 km. Continue on Av. de Madrid. Take Calle Marqués de Mendigorría and Calle Cardenal Tavera to Av. de la Reconquista in Toledo. It should take a little over an hour. On-street parking in the old city center is difficult to find, but there are many parking facilities located outside the city walls.
Vicálvaro district served as a former village within Madrid and can be divided into two wards, Ambroz and Casco Histórico de Vicálvaro. Parque Valdebernardo and Faunia are two of the famous attractions of the region.
Take M-14, M-201, and Carr. de Vicálvaro a la Estación de O'Donnell to Av. de la Gran Vía del Este for 11.6 km. Drive to Av. de la Gran Vía del Este. You’ll reach your destination on less than 20 minutes.
This information is correct as of December 2018