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Where to pick up your car
The most popular car hire location in Valladolid is Valladolid Airport (VLL), just over 20 mins' drive from the centre (15km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Valladolid are Thrifty, Alamo, Dollar, Enterprise and Europcar.
Warmest month: July (22°C)
Coldest month: January (5°C)
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Hire a car in Valladolid
Rarely the first Spanish city one considers visiting but Valladolid brings the best of Spain to light.
The gateway to northwest Spain, the capital of the Castilla y León province is a mecca of medieval religious sites and intricate architecture. Despite being the birthplace of King Felipe II, the home of a number of great writers and the city where Christopher Columbus died, Valladolid doesn't have a show-off attitude. Yet, it has a fierce tapas scene and a superb range of museums.
Halfway between Madrid and Bilbao, the city also makes a great road trip base. Drive into the surrounding area and go on a castle hopping adventure – there’s over 30 around Valladolid – or take a classic winery tour. But first, search for your perfect car hire with easyCar.
Sights to see
Historically, the city of Valladolid attracted artists, philosophers, saints and royalty and was the intellectual centre of Spain. Today, the city is a bustling centre for commerce and trade, but still glows with Spanish charm and an infectious zest for life.
Things to do in Valladolid
125 miles north of Madrid, Valladolid has a history tied up with some of the most important figures in Spanish and European history. Christopher Columbus died in Valladolid. Phillip II was born here and Isabella and Ferdinand were married here. It's easy to see why the city has a special place in the hearts of the Spanish. The centre is busy and quite noisy, but there are plenty of treats amongst the bustle. The city boasts some excellent museums, including the Museo Oriental, with superb exhibits on oriental and Asian culture, and the Museo Nacional De Escultura, a celebration of Spanish culture in a series of colourful displays. For something a little different, why not pay a visit to the Museum of Wine and find out more about the making (and drinking!) of this endlessly popular drink.
Valladolid: Discover more
Renting a car in Valladolid is the best way to get the most out of your visit. An hour to the north of the city are the stunning caves of Altapuerca where relics from some of the first human inhabitants of Europe can be found, dating back as far as 780,000 years ago. The area surrounding Valladolid is also peppered with some striking ruins and castles, including the famous La Mota.