Rent a car in El-Prat-De-Llobregat with Europcar
Situated to the west of Barcelona, El Prat is largely built around Barcelona airport. If you want to be close to the hubbub of Barcelona but far enough away to explore less visited destinations, like the Costa Maresme, El-Prat is a great choice.
Choose car hire in El Prat to uncover the most of Barcelona and its outer regions, as well as heading out to other parts of the Catalonia area.
The Europcar car rental experience in El-Prat-De-Llobregat
There are a wealth of places to pick up your Europcar hire car in El Prat. From Barcelona Airport (both terminals) to Barcelona train station and towns like Granollers, you will find a location to suit you when you hire a car in Spain.
If you are looking for short term or smaller car hire, check out the Nissan Micra or Volkswagen Polo. Bigger parties or those needing more space have the Volkswagen Touran and Mercedes Clase B to transport everyone around safely. Supersize that with the 7-seater Seat Alhambra or 9-seat Mercedes Vito Tourer.
Europcar El Prat also offers a large range of van hire for moving heavy loads from A to B.
If you need car hire for a day, week, or a month you can with Europcar El Prat.
Driving in El-Prat-De-Llobregat
Driving in Spain, the speed limit is capped at 50 km/h in urban areas. On country roads the maximum speed is 90 km/h and 120 km/h on motorways.
Parking in El Prat is largely concentrated to the airport. With 20,000 spaces spread out across Terminals 1 & 2, parking ranges from short stay (30 to 120 minutes) to long stay (up to 4 days).
If you are visiting Barcelona, there are a number of multi storey car parks available to park for longer than a few hours. Parking in the historic centre is unadvised as parking times are limited and heavily policed.
Discover El-Prat-De-Llobregat and surroundings by car
Barcelona is the nearest and biggest destination to El-Prat. From incredible architecture of buildings like the Sagrada Familia to Barceloneta beach and no less than 8 World Heritage Sites, Barcelona definitely deserves a visit.
On from Barcelona why not explore the Costa Maresme, just an hour by car. Often overlooked in favour for the more touristy Costa Brava, Maresme is home to kilometres of sandy beaches, pretty fishing towns and great restaurants. Special mention goes to San Juan de Gaztelugatxe, in the Bay of Biscay. Walk the worm-thin 231-step passageway across the crag to the island that the 10th century church sits upon. If the scenery looks familiar, it was used as a backdrop during several scenes of Game of Thrones.