Car Hire at Reus Airport
This information is correct as of August 2015
Reus, located in the country of Spain, is known for its Catalan Modernist edifices, Campanar de Reus, Castell del Cambrer, Centre de Lectura, Gaudi Centre, Museu Salvador Vila-seca, Palau Bofarull, and Teatre Fortuny. Visit the attractions by flying in via Reus Airport and rent a car through the car rental agencies that operate within the airport terminal and its immediate surrounding areas.
Where to hire a car at Reus Airport
From Reus Airport car rental companies include Hertz, Europcar, Avis/Budget, and Goldcar Rental. All of the car rental companies that operate from within the airport can be found within the airport terminal on the ground floor. Contact 902 402 405 for Hertz; 902 105 055 for Europcar; 902 180 854 for Avis/Budget; and 902 119 726 for Goldcar. Some of vehicles offered include varying sizes, starting with the smaller FIAT 500, Toyota Yaris, Hyundai i30, Nissan Micra, and Kia Picanto, working up to the larger Audi A1, Peugeot 308, and BMW 3 Series, to name a few.
What to expect when hiring a car from Reus Airport
The area is easy to drive in and around of, posing little to no problem with its traffic and congestion. Please be aware, however, that there are toll roads on some of the highways that serve the area. Driving is on the right hand side of the road, with almost all vehicles offered in automatic transmission. If you prefer manual transmission-type vehicles, be sure to contact the car rental agency as soon as possible to request the appropriate or preferred vehicle. Also, have your local driver’s licence and International Driver’s Permit (IDP). It is also possible to request for an official driver’s licence translation from respective embassies.
Driving around Reus Airport
Getting to Reus city centre starting from Reus Airport, some of the roads to get to include Av. de Tarragona, Av. Sant Bernat Calbó, Av. del President Macià/C-14, and Avinguda de la Salle. From Reus, Reus Airport is a short seven minutes away for 4.4 kilometres. Other main routes include T-11 and Av. Salou/C-14. Typical traffic in the area is mostly fast with little to no slow down.
Getting to your destination
Barcelona, the capital city of Catalonia, Spain, has attractions like Sagrada Familia, Casa Batllo, Montjuic, Park Guell, Museu Picasso, Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya, Parc de la Ciutadella.
Barcelona, Spain can be reached via AP-7, C-32, C-14, E-15/AP-7, C-31, Carrer de la Canuda, for approximately one hour and 17 minutes or less without traffic from Reus Airport. The travel will cover 105 kilometres, and has regular and partial roads with some restricted usage roads.
Valencia, the third largest city in Spain where the City of Arts and Sciences, Llotja de la Seda, Valencia Bioparc, Mercado Central, Museu de Belles Arts de Valencia, Torres de Serranos, Valencia Cathedral, and Institute Valencia d’Art Modern can be found.
From Reus Airport getting to Valencia, Spain will take around two hours and 24 minutes or two hours and 14 minutes without traffic. The travel will cover 255 kilometres from C-14, AP-7, Av. d’Aragó, Pont d'Aragó, and Gran Via del Marqués del Túria to Plaça de l'Ajuntament.
Museo Nacional Del Prado, Royal Palace of Madrid, Buen Retiro Park, Plaza Mayor, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, and Temple of Debod, among others can be found within the central capital of Spain, Madrid.
Some of the main routes to drive on from Reus Airport to Madrid include AP-2, A-2, AP-7, A-3, and CL-101. The drive will take around five hours and 32 minutes or four hours and 43 minutes without traffic for 540 kilometres from point of origin. Please be advised that when following this route, there are partial toll roads and regular toll roads ahead.