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Car Hire Madrid

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Why Hertz

  • Best price guarantee

    In the unlikely event you find a lower Hertz price, we will refund the difference.

  • No Fees

    No cancellation or amendment fees and no credit card fees.When the booking is cancelled within seven days of being made.

  • No Hidden Extras

    No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included.

Hertz in Madrid

Lost in Madrid? There’s no such thing. This incredible city has so much to offer on every corner that wandering without a plan is just part of the adventure. Gaze at timeless architecture, explore the shops and arcades that line the streets or spend a leisurely day taking in the city’s phenomenal range of galleries that fill the city with art.

Car hire in Madrid makes seeing every aspect of this wonderful city and many other places throughout Spain a possibility - whether you’re on an artistic adventure or simply desiring a day at the beach.

You’ll find us in over 20 locations across Madrid, including at Madrid Airport and Madrid Atocha Train Station. We love this city and know you’ll want to get on the road as soon as possible to fall in love with it yourself, which is why we make the process of hiring a car as simple as possible.

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

A quick guide to Madrid

Madrid is a city that always leaves you wanting more. You’ll want to see more of the beautiful architecture set against blue, sunny skies. More of the art that adorns the walls of the many galleries. More of the vibrant bars and restaurants which keep the spirit of the city alive, night and day. Madrid offers so much and it’s just waiting to be explored.

View to a thrill

Only when you see Madrid from above can you appreciate its sheer size. For a true panoramic view of one of Europe’s largest cities, the tower of Palacio de Cibeles gives you an amazing perspective on Calle de Alcalá, the city’s longest street decorated with an array of eclectic architecture and filled with bars, shops and restaurants.

Back on the ground you can bypass the busy streets and take a walk in Parque del Retiro, a vast public green space in the heart of the city, formerly owned by Spanish royalty. For football fans, a visit to Madrid wouldn’t be complete without stepping inside Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, home to Real Madrid, an iconic team with a stadium to match. Try to catch a game while you’re in the city, the rowdy atmosphere which envelops the stadium is unreal as the Madrilenos sing for their team.

An overdose of art

Spain’s capital boasts some of the world’s most amazing works of art, much of it located in three galleries adjacent to each other on the Paseo del Prado. Legends such as Van Gogh, Caravaggio and Dali can be seen hanging in the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, while in the Museo Nacional del Prado you’ll find pieces by Rembrandt, Raphael and Velazquez. For Picasso’s powerful Guernica, make time for the Museo Reina Sofia, which focuses on the 20th century.

But works of art aren’t just confined to the museums, they’re on every street corner. Marvel at the Puerta de Alcala, known as the ‘gateway to Madrid’, an impressive archway dating back to 1778, or be blown away by the ornate Palacio Real, official residence of the Spanish royal family.

Eat all day, eat all night

Food is not to be rushed in Madrid, the simple, bold flavours and relaxed way of life make dining a true pleasure. For breakfast, visit Chocolateria San Ginés, home to some of the finest chocolate churros in the city. At the weekend, explore the street food of Rastro flea market or savour a Bocata de calamares (calamari sandwich) at Plaza Mayor – no visit here is complete without one.

At night, Madrid bursts into life down on the Gran Via, known as Madrid’s Broadway, where you can take in a show or enjoy tapas as you soak in the vibrant atmosphere. Dinner starts late and ends very, very late.

Triumphant Toledo

Car rental in Madrid means the stunning walled city of Toledo is just an hour away, on a route that takes you through the breath-taking landscapes of the Spanish countryside.

Toledo sits proudly on a hill above Castilla-La Mancha and is known both for timeless art from El Greco and the historical co-existence of different faiths and cultures. As you make your way through it, you’ll come across synagogues, mosques and cathedrals.

Here in the heart of Spain the sheer wealth of sights, wondrous buildings and stately squares will charm you into coming back again and again.

Driving in and around Madrid

Madrid is a city that bursts with life, and finding the different pockets of vitality here is all part of the fun. You’ll find a number of routes which criss-cross the city, so you can tour around and take in all the sights you want to see. The M30 runs down the easterly side of the city while the M40 and M50 circle the city, making everything within reach, or affording a way to miss the centre if you’re exploring the suburbs.

Driving through Spain is a pleasure, as a constantly shifting landscape and open roads make the journey feel just as exciting as the destination. Take the A6 out of Madrid and the city of Ávila awaits you. With over 80 watchtowers and over 2,500 turrets, this walled city is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Stay for an evening and be mesmerised by the lights which illuminate these imposing walls.

If a road trip beckons then why not travel across the stunning interior of Spain to the sea-side city of Valencia with its space-age architecture. Take the A3 and along the way you can stop at Tarancón. With a charming Gothic church, it’s certainly worth a little break for lunch. From Valencia you can take the coastal road up to beautiful Barcelona.

Spanish roads are a real mix of major highways that are wide, well-maintained roads running between the cities, A-roads that tend to be mid-size and more scenic and then, of course, smaller country roads which can take longer from A to B but often give you the best vistas.

Speed limits vary, with highways carrying the highest speed limit of 120km/h, reducing to 50km/h when driving through towns. There are a few compulsory items that you need to carry in your car, including light bulbs and a high visibility vest, however we can help you ensure you have everything you need to travel safely.

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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 0930-1330 1530-1830, 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