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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location in Reus is Reus Airport (REU), which is 15 mins' drive from the centre (8km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Reus are Firefly, Goldcar, Keddy, Interrent and Alamo.
Warmest month: July (23°C)
Coldest month: January (9°C)
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Hire a car in Reus
Reus is an ornate city that quietly hums with Catalonian energy.
Southwest of Barcelona, Reus shot to fame as the birthplace of the world-renowned architect, Gaudi. While you won’t find any actual Gaudi designed within Reus, there are plenty of other architectural wonders to awe at.
Plus, you can trace the city’s long history of vermouth production by sampling some of the liquid gold yourself. Just beyond Reus, the seaside awaits. Drive to the coast and explore the rest of Catalonia, taking in its unique culture, festive foods and outstanding scenery. Plot your road trip and search for your perfect Reus car hire, with easyCar.
Sights to see
If you're looking for a relaxing break Reus is the perfect place to stay. This mellow city and its surrounding areas are full of many diverse cultural attractions and one of our cheap car rentals is the ideal way to get around. Reus is probably most well known for being the birth place of the famous architect Antoni Gaudi and architecture and modernist enthusiasts will love it here as many of Spain's most famous modernist architects have lived in the city at some point in their lives. They have left their mark and the Reus modernist trail is well worth completing.
The El Tomb de Reus can be found in the heart of this picturesque city and as the main shopping, eating and drinking district it is the perfect place to spend lazy afternoons and evenings. There are tapas bars, fine dining restaurants, bars and endless shops all to be enjoyed at the Spanish pace of life. If this sounds too sleepy for you the town of Salou which is renowned for its lively nightlife is only a few miles away so you could spend an evening or part of your stay there.