Car Hire Calle Roger de Lluria

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Calle Roger de Lluria

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Mo-Fr 0900-1300 1600-2000
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Calle Roger de Lluria 16, 25005

Telephone: +34 973 22 82 00

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Hertz at Calle Roger de Lluria

As one of the oldest towns in Catalonia, Lleida is a hub of history and culture. With recorded settlements dating back to the Bronze Ages, ancient ruins are scattered across the region. The outskirts of the town are surrounded by mountains, making it a popular skiing destination in winter.

With public transport difficult to come by, the best way to fully explore this amazing part of Spain is to use car hire in Lleida. You can drive the long winding mountain roads to the Pyrenees and discover the numerous hiking trails and hidden mountain villages.

Catalonia is a deeply cultural region of Spain, and is set among the Spanish Pyrenees. If you're considering a day trip, then rent a car from Lleida and visit the Boí Valley in just two hours. The valley is full of Romanesque churches and villages that have been relatively unchanged by time. In fact, it's so beautiful that UNESCO have designated it as a World Heritage Site.

There are also many sights worth visiting in the town centre of Lleida itself. Photography and history buffs should certainly visit Turó Seu Vella which is set in the heart of the city – this area includes a range of buildings including a Romanesque cathedral, castle and various fortifications.