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Where to pick up your car
There are over 9 car hire locations in Valencia, and the most popular location is Valencia Airport.
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Valencia are Firefly, Goldcar, Centauro, Dollar and Alamo.
Warmest month: August (25°C)
Coldest month: January (9°C)
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Hire a car in Valencia
Situated on Spain's east coast, the city of Valencia is a vibrant mix of the old and the new.
This Mediterranean mecca for history, eclectic nightlife and modern architectural innovation is the third-largest city in Spain. Being a coastal destination, you're never too far from a beautiful beach to relax on. The city is well-known for being the birthplace of paella and this rich gastronomic culture can be seen throughout Valencia's restaurant-lined streets.
Hiring a car is a great way to take advantage of the surrounding area. Away from the coastline and beaches of the city, the countryside is home to some of the lushest landscapes in the region.
Car rental in Valencia – the numbers
Frequently asked questions
Q. What is the most popular rental length in Valencia?
A. Seven to eight days.
Q. When is the most popular time to rent a car in Valencia?
Q. What's the best value car hire brand in Valencia?
A. Firefly is the cheapest car rental brand in Valencia, offering cars from just £2 per day.
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For the foodies
Paella is Valencia's most famous dish, but all kinds of seafood are naturally very popular here. You're spoilt for choice when it comes to restaurants, tapas bars and cafes all serving a range of dishes that showcase Valencia's traditional cuisine.
Paella – a rice dish made with either meat (typically rabbit or chicken) or seafood.
Arròs negre – rice forms the basis of many other traditional Valencian dishes. Arròs negre is rice cooked with squid, with the addition of squid ink for a distinctive black colour.
Fideuà – similar to a paella, but made with noodles instead of rice. Fresh fish and shellfish caught off the Valencian coast are at the heart of this dish, with lemon wedges acting as a garnish.
Coca de llanda – a sweet, sponge-cake style bread that comes in many flavours – including orange and lemon.
Fartons – popular as a breakfast food, these sugar-glazed pastry fingers that are often consumed with horchata – a rice-based beverage served ice-cold.
Car hire tips
Valencia Airport is approximately 9 km west of the centre and is the most convenient place to pick up a hire car if you are flying into the city.
There are a range of car hire companies to choose from in Valencia. If you are picking up from the airport, rental desks are located within the terminal building and cars are collected from the multi-storey car park.
Valencia Airport is not the only location where car hire is possible – if you’d prefer, the main railway station also acts as a pick up location.
Be aware of the various fuel policies on offer. A 'full to full' policy is the most cost effective choice. This means that the tank will be full when you receive the car – so you'll need to replace the fuel you used before returning the vehicle.
Do try to book your hire car in good time to avoid last minute stress that might impact on your holiday.
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Get to know Valencia
Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe
This science-based museum immediately captures the imagination, with an architectural design that resembles the skeleton of a whale. Part of the modern City of Arts and Science complex, a stroll round the museum reveals plenty of exciting and interactive exhibitions.
Prehistory Museum of Valencia
The prehistory of Valencia and Spain is explained through a combination of ancient artefacts and modern displays at this extensive museum. Covering eras such as the Paleolithic and the Roman period, this is a great place to learn how the past has shaped the Valencia we see today.
The Valencia Museum of Fine Arts
Housed in a stunning Baroque building, this art gallery has over 2,000 works in its collection. Many of the paintings are by local Valencian artists, as well as by more universally famous names, such as Goya and El Greco. There are also sections dedicated to sculpture and stonemasonry to explore.