For a quick and efficient journey from the airport, the best option is to pre-book a hire car, which not only ensures you get the best price but also streamlines the remaining paperwork process at the desks in the arrivals hall, enabling a quick getaway to the city.
Car hire from Zaragoza Airport starts from as low as £150 per week, providing great value for exploring the province of Aragon or skiing the slopes of the Spanish Pyrenees or the ski resorts of Andorra, taking advantage of the excellent road links from the airport.
We offer a variety of vehicles to choose from, and for those planning a ski trip, we also provide ski racks as an optional extra. Parents traveling with young children can also request booster seats or child seats to ensure their safety.
Zaragoza Airport, also known as Zaragoza Airport (Aeropuerto de Zaragoza), serves the city of Zaragoza in the Aragon region of Spain. Here's what you need to know when hiring a car from Zaragoza Airport:
Main Exit Road: The main exit road from Zaragoza Airport typically leads to the nearby A-2 highway, which connects the airport to the city of Zaragoza and the broader road network.
Weather Conditions: Zaragoza has a continental climate with hot summers and cold winters. Snowfall can occur in the winter months, so be prepared for potential winter driving challenges.
Distance to Nearest Towns and Cities: Zaragoza city center is relatively close to Zaragoza Airport, typically within a 10-15-minute drive. Other nearby cities and towns, such as Huesca and Teruel, are accessible by road.
Sightseeing Attractions: Zaragoza offers several attractions to visit by car, including the Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar, Aljafería Palace, and the historical Old Town. The region of Aragon also has natural parks and historical sites worth exploring.
Pedestrianized Areas: Be aware of parking regulations and restrictions, especially in the city center, where there may be pedestrianized areas.
Emergency Telephone Number: The emergency telephone number in Spain is 112, which can connect you to police, medical services, and other emergency assistance.
Please verify this information closer to your travel date, as road conditions and regulations may change. Ensure you have all the necessary documentation and insurance when renting a car in Spain, and be prepared for local driving habits and potential road signs in both Spanish and the regional languages of Spain, such as Catalan and Basque, depending on the region you visit.
Remember to book early to secure your preferred options and take advantage of our exclusive online special offers!