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At hello! Rentacar we have a wide range of rental cars at prices to suit all budgets. If you are looking for cheap car hire in Madrid, you only have to access our booking engine to tell us your preferences and in a few seconds we will give you several options to choose the car that best suits your needs for your trip around the city, always with the best value for money.
You can benefit from an interesting online discount if you pay for your car hire in Madrid through our website. With total transparency in the detailed services and a fixed final price, no surprise costs!
If you are looking for a car hire in Madrid Barajas, we are close by. You will find us at Calle de Valentín Beato, 14 in Madrid, just 15 minutes from the airport. For those interested in car hire in Atocha, our office is located 2 minutes walk from the metro stop Suanzes, line 5, which connects in Callao with line 3 of the Madrid metro that leads to the Atocha train station.
We offer you the cheapest car hire without compromising on the quality of service you receive. No hassle or small print to worry about, so don’t hesitate to check it out and enjoy your trip in Madrid!
hello! Rentacar Madrid Centre
|Monday||08:30 - 13:30||16:00 - 20:00|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 13:30||16:00 - 20:00|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 13:30||16:00 - 20:00|
|Thursday||08:30 - 13:30||16:00 - 20:00|
|Friday||08:30 - 13:30||16:00 - 20:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 13:00||cerrado - cerrado|
|Sunday||10:00 - 12:30||cerrado - cerrado|
(*)Vehicles can be returned at any time and day of the year, in the key box assigned for this purpose.
Why should you trust us?
Trust is based on good communication, which is why our prices are clear and detailed, with no last-minute surprises.
We have been in the sector for more than 30 years; thousands of satisfied customers endorse us, making us one of the most highly valued companies in Spain.
Our fleet is made up of the best brands of modern vehicles. Our rentals include insurance for driver and passengers.
We are passionate about what we do, which is why we always strive to give the best possible service to all our customers.
Our car hire in Madrid Centre
How to get to Madrid Centre office
How to get to Madrid CentreMadrid is undoubtedly one of the best-connected cities in Spain, with an extensive transport infrastructure that makes it easy to get to and around the capital in comfort.
- By plane: Madrid-Barajas airport is perfectly connected to Spanish capital by road, metro, taxi, bus or shuttle bus. It takes around 30 minutes to get to the city centre by public transport.
- By train: The Renfe suburban train network links up with the metro network and connects the suburban areas and towns of the region with the capital. The suburban trains run frequently and are very convenient for journeys to areas further out of the city.
- By bus: the EMT (Empresa Municipal de Transportes) urban bus network has an important network of lines that cover practically all of Madrid, even to those points where the metro network does not reach. There are night buses or "búhos" with more than twenty-five routes and most of the EMT buses are accessible for people with reduced mobility.
- By metro: Madrid has a very extensive metropolitan metro network that covers almost all parts of the capital and locals use extensively, with 12 main lines, three light metro lines and the branch that connects Ópera with Príncipe Pío. It is one of the most efficient means of transport for getting around.
Points of interest in Madrid CentreMadrid is a privileged city with a wide range of cultural, historical and gastronomic offerings, making it one of the most vibrant places in Europe. It is an ideal city to take a city break and enjoy its atmosphere 24 hours a day. These are just some of the many places of interest that the city of Madrid has to offer:
- Emblematic squares such as Puerta del Sol or Plaza Mayor. The former is an excellent starting point to explore the streets of the centre of Madrid on foot. From there you can reach the picturesque Plaza Mayor to sit on one of its terraces and enjoy the atmosphere. In this square you will also find the main tourist office.
- Endless museums, galleries and theatres: From the Art Triangle, which includes internationally renowned museums such as the Prado Museum, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum and the Reina Sofía Museum, to independent galleries and museums of all kinds. Art is part of the essence of Madrid. So are cinemas, theatres and clubs with performances. Madrid's artistic and cultural offer is (almost) infinite.
- Historical monuments such as the Royal Palace, just opposite the Almudena Cathedral and close to the Plaza de Oriente, the Temple of Debod, or the Puerta de Alcalá. There are many corners of the city with a historic building worth seeing. Gran Vía, the most famous street in Madrid for those who want to see the hustle and bustle of its visitors and shops in the capital.
- Interesting neighbourhoods, such as Malasaña with its vintage shops and street markets, Chueca, a reference point for the LGTBIQ+ community, or La Latina, popular with locals for dinner or a drink.