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Rent a car or van at Barcelona Sants Train Station with Europcar
Barcelona Sants Train Station is one of the most utilised travel hubs in Spain providing both national and international services. Located in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona just west of the city centre, the station is within close proximity of local attractions and is the ideal starting point for both business and leisure travellers wishing to see the very best of Barcelona and beyond.
Europcar Barcelona Sants Train Station can be found just a short walk from the main train station building offering a great selection of new and comfortable hire vehicles.
The Europcar car hire experience at Barcelona Sants Train Station
Whether you want to hire one of our comfortable, fully-equipped vehicles for a trip to the beach or a more extensive adventure, you can do so thanks to our flexible daily, weekly and monthly car hire solutions. Simply browse our extensive fleet online and secure the car of your choice via our hassle-free, three-step booking process.
We have vehicles to suit all tastes from compact, eco-friendly rides like the Fiat 500 to cars with plenty of legroom and luggage space like the Seat Leon Station Wagon. Our Jeeps are ideal for off-road trips and then we have people carrier vehicles which can seat up to nine people.
At Europcar Barcelona Sants Train Station we also have a selection of vans from well-known marques such as Peugeot and Mercedes-Benz. The larger vans can carry up to 3500 kilograms and are regularly used for relocation purposes.
Discover Barcelona and surroundings by car
When you hire a car from Barcelona Sants Train Station, you’ll be geared up to visit some of the city’s most popular sights including Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, Park Guell and Casa Mila.
While those in need of some retail therapy can stroll through Las Ramblas or head to the Gothic Quarter, art lovers are sure to enjoy The National Museum of Catalan Art and The Picasso Museum. Tibidabo Amusement Park is ideal for thrill seekers and for animal fanatics, be sure to visit Aquarium Barcelona, home to over 450 different species.
Should you wish to escape the hustle and bustle of city life for a while, you could always head to the seaside neighbourhood of La Barceloneta to surf and soak up some rays on Sant Sebastià Beach. Alternatively, take the beautiful drive to Montserrat where you’ll find a stunning Benedictine abbey.
Driving in Barcelona
In Spain, people drive on the right and overtake on the left. Driving can be a little chaotic in the city centre, so as a tourist it is important to embrace the almost continuous drone of horns and do your best to navigate the labyrinth of one-way systems and narrow lanes.
Traffic is often heavy, but if you are planning to drive through Barcelona’s downtown district it’s advisable to park up safely whenever you can and walk to the local attractions. Parking officials will be easy to identify, so beware of individuals in regular clothing attempting to lead you into open parking spots as they may be part of a scam network operating in the city.
In general, there are plenty of safe places to leave your car, but these fill up quickly. Estacio Nord (Barcelona’s bus terminal) has a large parking facility and with a metro stop right outside you’ll be able to explore the entire city via the handy underground system.