Jun 23, 2011
Tipoa Car Hire Location in Spain
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Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) is the main international airport serving Madrid in Spain. It is the country's largest and busiest airport, the world's 11th busiest airport (2008) and Europe's fourth. It opened in 1928, and has grown to be one of the most important aviation centres of Europe.
Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are adjacent terminals that are home to SkyTeam and Star Alliance airlines, as well as Air Europa.
Terminal 4 is one of the world's largest airport terminals in terms of area. Terminal 4 is home to Iberia Airlines, its franchise Air Nostrum and all Oneworld partner airlines. Gate numbers are continuous in terminals 1, 2 and 3 (A1 to E89), but are separately numbered in terminal 4.
Seven parking facilities help car drivers use Madrid Barajas airport. The three major parking facilities have names similar to those of the terminals they serve; valet parking is available.
If you are using Madrid Barajas Airport either as a holidaymaker or a business passenger, you may use our car rental services and pick up your car right at the airport. Tipoa Car Hire Madrid-Barajas Airport has every option you need for cheap and easy Madrid car rental. Our partnerships with large and local car hire suppliers will provide you with the best quality service. It's these trusted relationships which allow us to negotiate cheap car hire for customers anywhere in the world. If you're unfamiliar with the roads in Madrid, hire a GPS tracking device or purchase zero excess travel insurance with your car rental.
Drive your rental car and visit some of the top sights in Madrid:
Royal Palace is Madrid's most beautiful building, the largest royal palace in Western Europe.
Puerta del Sol is Madrid's most central and best known square.
Plaza Mayor is a marvellous enclosed square, perfect to sit outside and people watch.
Templo de Debod is an authentic 2nd Century BC Egyptian temple in the middle of Madrid!
Madrid Cathedral is Madrid's largest and most important church.
Plaza de la Villa- Incredibly historic square, home to the 15th Century Torre de Lujanes, 16th Century Casa de Cisneros and the 17th Century Casa de la Villa.
Puerta de Alcalá is a Madrid icon, this old city gate even has a song dedicated to it!
Gran Vía is Madrid's most famous and most central street.
Plaza de Cibeles is the Central square where Real Madrid celebrates championship wins and home to the Bank of Spain.
Plaza de Oriente is a beautiful square located in front of the Royal Palace.