Car Hire NH Barajas Hotel

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£27 per day*
* Rates include tax and are based on a 7 day rental from 17/12/2018-24/12/2018 at NH Barajas Hotel


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NH Barajas Hotel

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Mo-Fr 0900-1400 1600-1900
Sa-Su closed
Calle Catamaran 1, 28042

Telephone: +34 91 747 28 20

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The Spanish capital city is located in the centre of the country and after London and Berlin, it is the third largest city in Europe. If you hire a car from Madrid, you'll get to explore properly, as the city itself spans over 200 square miles. The Parque Juan Carlos I is based on the outskirts of the city centre, but is a great 400 acre expanse with sculptures and a few activities to fill your time in the city.

The Music MetroRock festival is held here and attracts many music fans every year, great for rockers of all ages! When hiring a car in Madrid, make time to see the Metropolis Building, it may just be an office building now, but it is a great architectural feature of the city.

Being based in the centre of the country makes Madrid perfect for a short city break. Car hire from Madrid allows you to head out to the coast if you have the time. The beautiful coastal town of Valencia is just under three and a half hours away along the A-3 and allows you to take in the sea air on your city break.

If you prefer to stay central, the Spanish National Observatory, dates back to the late 1700s. The museum inside is open to the public and a pre-arranged trip to the library can also be organised. Check opening hours before you go, or simply make the most of the small surrounding gardens.