Welcome to Enterprise Rent-A-Car Madrid page where you will find a wide range of vehicles to choose from to fit exactly what you are looking for at great rates.
Situated in the heart of Spain, Madrid is a mix of fascinating culture, delicious gastronomy, up-to-the-minute innovation and absorbing history. Known and loved for its lively streets as much as its impressive architecture, it is an artistic city with several iconic galleries and museums. Nowadays, Madrid's newly-found status as a culinary capital means visitors can experience the Spanish gastronomic revolution too – from tapas bars to excellent restaurants. Puerta del Sol, at the city's geographic centre, is replete with coffee houses and sightseers, while the main thoroughfare of Gran Via is sure to attract shoppers. Enterprise Rent-A-Car serves Madrid car hire customers from a choice of central locations, including Plaza de España, Calle Dr Esquerdo and Atocha railway station. El Retiro Park, the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Prado Museum are nearby, while in the surrounding areas, other conveniently located rental centres cater for customers' car hire requirements.
Whether customers are visiting the capital for leisure or business, Enterprise offers drivers the latest types of vehicle for car rental in Madrid, with various pick-up and drop-off locations. Fuel-efficient minis and compact cars have maximum manoeuvrability to get around and park with ease, while high-specification, luxury sedans are ideal for long distance trips. Enterprise also offers cargo vans for business use or light removals, in addition to nine-person minibuses for excursions, club fixtures or airport travel.
In Madrid, car rental customers can take advantage of the best deals on car and van rental with Enterprise. From minis to popular and versatile economy hatchbacks such as the Seat Leon, VW Golf or Ford Focus, the best prices are available to clients who book online in advance. Customers looking for a premium car or a sedan (such as a Mercedes C-Class) will also find excellent hire terms and offers on the Enterprise site, where making car hire reservations is quick and straightforward. On arrival at the branch in Madrid, the Enterprise staff will have all the details to hand and the hire car ready to go.
Madrid Barajas is Spain's main international airport and travel hub. Approximately 10 kilometres from the financial district north of Madrid and well connected by Renfe and metro trains, Barajas airport has four terminals and is also known as Madrid Adolfo Suarez airport. A suburb of the capital, the nearby old town of Barajas shares excellent motorway connections to the M40 and M11.
In the Spanish capital, typical narrow streets contrast with the main artery of Gran Via, one kilometre long and which runs from Plaza de España to the middle of the grand square, with its Miguel Cervantes monument. On both sides of the road and its side streets, visitors will find more than enough shops to see in one day. There is an ample choice of cafeterias to enjoy an iced coffee, or some legendary bars for non-driving passengers. In terms of the city's cultural offering, the Prado Museum houses the Spanish national art collection, while the Reina Sofia Gallery is nearby. On the other hand, the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum covers all the major artistic periods, from Renaissance to modern pop.
A short drive west of central Madrid, the Casa de Campo features a zoo aquarium, a cable car ride with panoramic views, and a small theme park. There is even a programme of occasional open-air concerts. In the Barajas area, Capricho Park has 18th-century gardens with lakes, woods, follies and temple-like columns that give a romantic feel. For customers visiting the Madrid Trade Fair centre, nearby Juan Carlos I Park boasts various gardens to complement an artificial river and fountains – ideal for relaxing in summer. Exploring further afield is straightforward; Madrid enjoys excellent road connections to the rest of Spain, including the A-3, M-23 and M-30 motorways.
Notably, while driving in Madrid, there are numerous one-way systems and special lanes reserved for buses and taxis – some with enforcement cameras. Parking-wise, limited spaces are available on some side roads, but are often metered or restricted to residents and permit holders. Public underground car parks are numerous and well signposted, though costly for long periods. Usefully, some supermarkets offer complimentary free parking with small purchases. In contrast, it is easier to find free parking on the outskirts of Madrid.