Car rental in Reus

If you decided to spend your vacation in the beautiful city of Reus and have the trip of your dreams, you should definitely rent a car. You will be able to drive around Catalonia and experience authentic Spain. And it is... very diverse. 

In one trip, you can visit a small village with nearly ancient way of life, walk around the modern neighbourhoods of Barcelona, take a panoramic drive along the coast, climb mountains, descend into the ancient karst caves Meravelles, visit the most insane amusement park Port Aventura, and much more.

Rent a car on our website and go explore the wonders of Spain at your own pace.

Our advantages

  
  • The website offers cars from various rental companies. So, you can easily compare the available options and choose what works best for you.
  • Early booking without 100% advance payment. When placing your order, you make only a small advance payment of 15-20%, and you pay the rest when you pick up your car.
  • Rental price is fixed in the voucher at the time of booking. No hidden extra charges and fees.
  • The basic insurance is already included in the price.
  • Customer support is ready to help in any situation. 

How long is best to rent a car in Reus

It all depends on your preferences and capabilities.

If you want to see most local attractions and visit all possible places, you should rent a car for the whole vacation. Catalonia offers tourist attractions to satisfy every need.  

And if you plan a relaxed vacation in the city with a short trip for a change, rent a car for 2-3 days.

Required documents

  • ID or passport; 
  • Driver’s license (with transliteration in the Latin alphabet);
  • Bank card.

You can rent a car if you are at least 22 years old and have at least 2 years of driving experience.

How to choose a car for your vacation in Reus

An economy car or a mid-size car is perfect for trips to nearby resort towns. 

You'll need a crossover if you want a real adventure in the Vall de Núria or Montserrat mountains. 

A minivan is ideal for a large family or group of people with similar interests. 

And a convertible guarantees a beautiful ride in the open air with gorgeous views.

Traffic regulations

Speed limits:

  • up to 50km/h in the city;
  • up to 90km/h outside the city; 
  • up to 100km/h on expressways;
  • up to 120km/h on toll roads. 

Seat belts must be worn by all car occupants.

You can only talk on your mobile phone using a hands-free system. 

Parking in Reus

In the downtown, parking lots are paid. They are marked with blue road marking and the corresponding road sign. You pay at a parking meter.

There is a paid underground parking lot under the city market where you can always find an available space. 

You can park for free for 2 hours near some malls if you spend at least €18 there.

Sights and surroundings of Reus

Reus is a city for those who love architecture and... vermouth. Local vermouth is the best in Spain. 

There are no beaches within the city, but the seaside towns of Salou and La Pineda are only 15 km away. There are small beaches in coves and large comfortable beaches with all kinds of entertainments and bars. 

Mountain lovers can go to the Vall de Núria, a small town surrounded by picturesque mountain peaks. There are hiking trails with waterfalls, caves, herds of grazing cows, and a mini zoo with a donkey, turkeys, and rabbits. 

Montserrat is a mountain with an ancient monastery where you can see the statue of Black Madonna. According to legends, she makes wishes come true. It is considered a place of power, and there are many pilgrims there. 

Another wonder and treasure of Catalonia is Aigüestortes National Park and San Mauricio Lake. A beautiful road with mountain peaks and eagles soaring above them. Green valleys, dizzying air, and perfectly equipped campsites where you can stay for a few days enjoying the closeness to nature while remaining connected to civilisation. 

And, of course, you should visit Barcelona, the capital of Catalonia with the unique atmosphere of the city, which still proves to itself and the whole world that it is more Catalan than Spanish.

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