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CARSiRENT in Barcelona
Even though you may not really need a car in the city, you will get the urge to get into a car rental in Barcelona and road trip out to all the little villages, mountains, secluded beaches, and vineyards that you would never be able to see otherwise. Parking spots in the city are scarce, so when you do find one, make sure that it’s a public parking space to avoid any fines. Using mobile phones while driving is prohibited. All passengers in the car are required to wear seatbelts at all times. Children under 12 years old can only travel in rear seats.
Where to pick up your car rental in Barcelona?
CarsiRent offers the following locations for you to pick up your car rental in Barcelona:
- Barcelona–El Prat Airport
- Barcelona Sants Train Station
- Barcelona Downtown
What do you need for your Car Rental in Barcelona?
The following documents are needed in order to rent a car in Barcelona:
- A valid driving license, you may need an International driving license
- A valid credit card to be used for the security deposit
- A valid passport

Top experiences in Barcelona

There are some incredible top experiences that you can explore with your car rental in Barcelona. The city has so much to offer so let’s start it all off by experiencing some of the best tapas in the city; the Poble Sec and the Barceloneta districts are perfect for this. When you are done with all the touristic sites, head out to the El Gótic neighborhood for some amazing architecture or the El Born neighborhood with its museums, hip art galleries, and shops. Head out to the amazing beaches, such as Bogatell and Levant. Finally, enjoy the sunset onboard a Catamaran.

When in Barcelona

Weather in Barcelona
As a coastal city in the Mediterranean, Barcelona has a Mediterranean climate. The best time of the year to visit Barcelona is typically from May through the end of July. September is also another great time of year to visit; while daytime temperatures are still mild, the evenings do get a little chilly. August is usually hot and humid. In October and November, the weather is usually still pleasant but starting to cool off with overcast days and some rainfall. Even though it does not rain much, the weather does get colder in the winter months; from November through February.
What to eat in Barcelona?
In Spain, the cuisine can vary from region to region. However, with your car rental in Barcelona you will be able to explore all the must-eat foods of the region. Let’s start the trip off with the Paella! You also want to try one Barcelona’s most iconic dish, La Bomba, which is a tennis ball-sized potato croquette served with two different sauces. The Escalivada is made of grilled eggplant and red peppers and served on toasted bread olive oil, garlic, and anchovies. You don’t want to miss out on the Mató, which is simply a soft, sweet, and spreadable cheese typically served with honey and walnuts.
What to do in Barcelona?
You could simply take your car rental in Barcelona and drive around all the architectural wonders that the city has to offer, from churches to museums and parks. Here are some suggestions of things you should check out while visiting Barcelona:
- Parc Güell
- Catedral de Barcelona
- Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria
- Barri Gòtic
- Las Ramblas
- La Sagrada Família
- Casa Batlló
- Camp Nou Stadium
- Museu Picasso
- Casa Milà
- Palau de la Musica Catalana
- Montjuïc Castle
- La Barceloneta Beach
- Santa Maria del Mar
- Fundacio Joan Miro
- Museu Nacional D’Art de Catalunya
Where to Road Trip from Barcelona?
With your car rental in Barcelona, it’s a great starting point for some amazing road trips from beaches, to towns, villages, and natural park destinations. Just South of Barcelona are some of the best beaches such as Casteldefells, Sitges, and the entire Costa Dorada. North of Barcelona beaches that are worth exploring are Badalona/Montgat Nord, Ocata, Platja D’Aro, Sant Pol De Mar, Calella de Palafrugell, and Aiguablava. Here are some additional day trip recommendations:
- Pals
- Sitges
- Girona
- Delta De L’Ebre
- Tossa de Mar
- Montserrat
- Figueres
- Tarragona
- Begur
- Collserola & Tibidabo

Tips and Guidelines When Driving In Spain

Driving regulations vary from country to country, so it's always a good idea to familiarize yourself with laws and general FAQ about getting around from place to place. Here, we have complied a few tips and guidelines you may find of use while driving around.


The usual minimum driver age is 25 and above unless otherwise listed in the age dropdown menue or the Terms and Conditions.

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