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Kelly  Smith
by Kelly Smith

Luxury Car Rental In Madrid

Madrid became Spain's capital city in 1561 and it is here the country’s cultural and commercial heart beats at its strongest. Fascinating museums, galleries with some of the world’s most famous works of art, palaces, around 40 parks and gardens, some of Europe’s most incredible architecture and of course, tapas bars, Madrid has much to offer visitors.

If you love art, you will love Madrid! All very close together, The Prado, Reina Sofia and Thyssen-Bornemisza, house many of the world's best known paintings. When your tour of these galleries is over, there’s nothing more pleasant than wandering the maze of streets, especially around Plaza Mayor, with echoes of its 16th century past. Madrid has the most beautiful gardens, so enjoy the weather and take a stroll in Real Jardin Botanico de Madrid, Parque del Buen Retiro, Parque de el Capricho or Parque Europa, which has large replicas of European monuments including the Eiffel Tower, Tower Bridge and Trevi Fountain.

Get out of Town

Although Madrid has so much to offer, you must tour the surrounding area in a luxury car rental. Search the iSuperdrive website for luxury car types in Madrid, including supercars, sports cars, convertible prestige cars or an SUV 4x4 for all the family. There are the most beautiful cars to choose from - Ferrari, Aston Martin, Maserati, Lamborghini, Bentley, Audi and Range Rover. Once you've selected your preferred luxury car rental from our local fleet partner, there are a number of places to visit. Put your foot down in your luxury hire car, there is a must-visit trip to nearby Toledo. In just an hour’s drive away Toledo, once home to the painter El Greco, encapsulates the history of Spain with influences from the Romans, Arabs, Moors, Jews and Christians.

Perched on top of a steep hill, you will be better off using the car park and finishing off on foot and enjoy getting lost in its labyrinth of tiny cobbled streets. Further afield but worth the two-hour, 133-mile drive is the university town of Salamanca, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Known as the ‘Oxford’ of Spain, start your tour of Salamanca in the Plaza Mayor and walk the city’s street taking your time to enjoy the architecture, whilst making a few obligatory stops in the numerous shops and cafes.

What to do and see in Madrid

Other places to visit in your luxury car rental include Alcala de Henares, Aranjuez, the medieval city of Avila, Cordoba, Cuenca, the Monastery of El Escorial, El Pardo Royal Palace and Segovia. When not relishing the performance of your supercar rental in Madrid, there are many places of interest to visit. The Museo del Prado or Prado Museum is home to five centuries of art from the 14th to 9th centuries including Goya, Velásques, Rubens, El Greco and Bosch.

Check out the free times on Tuesday to Saturday evenings but expect long queues. Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía or National Museum and Art Center, Queen Sophia is Spain’s leading modern art gallery, housed in a 16th-century hospital. Most people flock to Picasso's Guérnica but Gris's cubism to Dalí's surrealism are also popular.

Again, there are free evenings but these are busy especially in the summer. Museo Taurino or Bullfighting Museum charts the history of Spain’s most controversial pastime and includes the suit Manolete was wearing when he was gored to death at age 30. Also, you can see Goya's painting of a matador. Retiro Park, originally the Royal Palace gardens in the 17th century.

A trip to the Park

Other supercar rentals in Madrid include brands such as Porsche, Bugatti, BMW, Mercedes and McLaren. Take a drive to the park for a respite from the hustle and bustle of Madrid - follow the trails and discover marble statues before heading to the lake where you can hire a boat for a gentle row overlooked by the imposing Monument to Alfonso XII. Plaza Mayor arguably still very much the centre of Madrid life.

Enjoy a glass of wine in one of the predictably more expensive restaurants or simply pull up to the kerb to admire the elegant architecture and theatre of Madrid’s street life. Gran Vía is Madrid’s grand boulevard, built in 1910 and where you will find a host of shops, businesses and hotels. But, only three of the original 15 cinemas for which the street was so famous remain.



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