España: Vuelta al norte en auto
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España: Vuelta al norte en auto

Multidestination
Created: Monday, September 3, 2018 - Departure: Thursday, November 15, 2018
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Created: Monday, September 3, 2018 - Departure: Thursday, November 15, 2018
Destinations: Madrid, Zaragoza, San Sebastian, Bilbao, Oviedo, A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Salamanca, Madrid
Themes
History
City
Your day to day
15 Nov
1. Madrid
Stay
About the city: Madrid has a tempo of its own: The dry air of the Castilian plain crackles with its cosmopolitan crowds. If the illuminated shop windows along the Gran Vía, and the unrelenting elegance of Paseo de la Castellana are overwhelming, retreat to Old Madrid. Its tangle of side streets south of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol are what makes the real Madrid. Spend half a day in the Prado Museum, thaat sit to rest on the steps leading down to the lake in lush Retiro Park. The city begins to live it up as soon as the sun goes down. Madrid claims to boast the largest number of bars per capita of any European city. Madrid teems with cultural events all year round. After concert, play or film, you can choose among literally hundreds of tapas bars and an endless array of nightspots. Madrid successfylly combines its cosmopolitan sophistication with its most cherished local traditions, the result is fascinating to explore.
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15 Nov
Car rental
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Madrid Barajas
Madrid Barajas International Airport
12:00 - 15 Nov 2018
Madrid Barajas
Madrid Barajas International Airport
12:00 - 23 Nov 2018
Driver age

Minimum 21, Maximum 99

Fuel Policy
Lleno-lleno. Se entrega el coche lleno y se devuelve lleno. Si no se devuelve lleno, el proveedor le cobrará el combustible más tasas.
General payment terms
Prepago. En el momento de recoger su vehiculo es necesario presentar como garantía una tarjeta de crédito válida, cuyo titular debe corresponder al conductor que figura en la reserva. Las tarjetas de prepago o de débito, como Maestro, Visa Electron o Visa Premier, no son aceptadas a la recogida del vehículo.
Deposit applicable to this booking
En la recogida del vehículo se cargará por lo general una cantidad como fianza en la tarjeta de crédito del cliente. Esta fianza corresponde normalmente con el monto de la franquicia y con el depósito de combustible (tarjetas de débito, tarjetas de crédito prepago así como dinero en efectivo no son aceptados). Por favor, nótese que ciertos proveedores no aceptaran tarjetas de crédito American Express, Visa Premier o Diners Club, por ello, le recomendamos el uso de Visa o Mastercard. En caso que la tarjeta de crédito no sea válida o de que no disponga de suficiente crédito, el proveedor no podrá entregarle el vehículo y no se procederá a ningún reembolso por la reserva. Para vehículos de alta gama es obligatorio presentar una segunda tarjeta de crédito, para la cual no es preciso que esté al mismo nombre.Cantidad estimada del depósito: EUR 1050,00
Theft protection
con franquicia de 1.050 EUR
Collision damage waiver
con franquicia de 1.050 EUR
Pickup

Madrid Barajas International Airport - Telephone: +34 966 360 360

Madrid Barajas International Airport - Shuttle, Calle Rejas 5

Opening hours:07:00 - 23:00

Terminal 1: Una vez haya recogido su equipaje siga la señal de “ Consignas” y abandone la terminal en la planta baja. Una vez fuera de la terminal gire a la derecha y, donde se encuentra la parada de bus EMT, cruce la calzada. Una vez en frente de la oficina de consignas, verá a la derecha un cartel amarillo de “Bus Hotel”. Espere ahí nuestro minibús de cortesía que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car. . Una vez haya recogido su equipaje, busque la señal de “Bus Connecting”. En la recepción de llegadas, siga a mano izquierda los carteles de “Bus Connecting” hasta que encuentre la señal de P. Expres Salga de la terminal en este punto y cruce la calzada, y a mano derecha encontrará las señales de “Bus Stop EMT Hotels – Agencies”. Sígalas hasta que encuentre nuestro minibús de cortesía, que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car. Terminal 2: Una vez haya recogido su equipaje, busque la señal de “Bus Connecting”. En la recepción de llegadas, siga a mano izquierda los carteles de “Bus Connecting” hasta que encuentre la señal de P. Expres Salga de la terminal en este punto y cruce la calzada, y a mano derecha encontrará las señales de “Bus Stop EMT Hotels – Agencies”. Sígalas hasta que encuentre nuestro minibús de cortesía, que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car. Terminal 4: Una vez haya recogido su equipaje, verá el cartel de “Bus & Shuttle” a su izquierda. Sígalo hasta la salida, y una vez fuera de la terminal, cruce la calzada y siga las indicaciones de “Bus Hotel” a la izquierda. Espere ahí nuestro minibús de cortesía que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car
Dropoff

Madrid Barajas International Airport - Telephone +34 966 360 360

Madrid Barajas International Airport - Shuttle, Calle Rejas 5

Opening hours:07:00 - 23:00

Terminal 1: Una vez haya recogido su equipaje siga la señal de “ Consignas” y abandone la terminal en la planta baja. Una vez fuera de la terminal gire a la derecha y, donde se encuentra la parada de bus EMT, cruce la calzada. Una vez en frente de la oficina de consignas, verá a la derecha un cartel amarillo de “Bus Hotel”. Espere ahí nuestro minibús de cortesía que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car. . Una vez haya recogido su equipaje, busque la señal de “Bus Connecting”. En la recepción de llegadas, siga a mano izquierda los carteles de “Bus Connecting” hasta que encuentre la señal de P. Expres Salga de la terminal en este punto y cruce la calzada, y a mano derecha encontrará las señales de “Bus Stop EMT Hotels – Agencies”. Sígalas hasta que encuentre nuestro minibús de cortesía, que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car. Terminal 2: Una vez haya recogido su equipaje, busque la señal de “Bus Connecting”. En la recepción de llegadas, siga a mano izquierda los carteles de “Bus Connecting” hasta que encuentre la señal de P. Expres Salga de la terminal en este punto y cruce la calzada, y a mano derecha encontrará las señales de “Bus Stop EMT Hotels – Agencies”. Sígalas hasta que encuentre nuestro minibús de cortesía, que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car. Terminal 4: Una vez haya recogido su equipaje, verá el cartel de “Bus & Shuttle” a su izquierda. Sígalo hasta la salida, y una vez fuera de la terminal, cruce la calzada y siga las indicaciones de “Bus Hotel” a la izquierda. Espere ahí nuestro minibús de cortesía que pasa cada 10/ 15 minutos y le llevará directo a la oficina de Centauro Rent a Car
Transport from Madrid to Zaragoza
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16 Nov
2. Zaragoza
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About the city: Zaragoza is the culminant point in the valley of Ebro, Spain's most water-bearing river, and it is strategically located between Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia and Toulouse. Zaragoza is one of the great monumental towns in Spain. It was founded some 2000 years ago, and Old-Iberians, Romans, Goths and Muslims equally left their heritage. Today the town is economically very active, and organizes several important international fairs and has a vibrant music scene. The main temple in Zaragoza is the Basilica de Nuestra Señora del Pilar. It has 11 domes and they defines the skyline of the city with brightly coloured tiles. It is the second centre of pilgrimage in Spain after the Cathedral in Santiago de Compostela. In its interior the wall-paintings in the cupola, works of Goya and Bayeau, are of particular interest. In the church’s museum you can see a large collection mainly of religious art. The view of the Cathedral of Zaragoza along the river is one of the best postcards of the city. And at night, it is even more beautiful. A perfect setting for a walk or for a romantic date. The Palacio de la Aljaferia, an 11th century splendid king's palace with intricate decorations including ceilings of gold, is one of the very few remaining Moorish buildings in the city. Zaragoza is a dynamic and modern town with a unique food and bar culture. The city is a real architectural treasure and a growing young population guarantees a busy night life.
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Transport from Zaragoza to San Sebastian
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16 Nov
3. San Sebastian
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About the city: San Sebastian is the capital of the province of Guipuzcoa. It became a popular touristic destination in the late XIX century thanks to Queen Christina of Austria, who spent her summers there. The beauty of the city and its gastronomy are two of its main tourist attractions. La Concha Bay presides over the city flanked by the Monte Igeldo and Monte Urgull. Facing La Concha is the Island of Santa Clara, where the lighthouse is located and it is accessible by boat from El Puerto. To the left of La Concha we find Ondarreta beach and at the far end of it, we have the set of sculptures “Comb of the Wind" by Eduardo Chillida. The old town, located at the foot of Monte Urgull between the port and the mouth of the Urumea, comes alive each evening when tapas and Basque specialities such as shellfish, seafood and squid specialities, can be enjoyed in local bars. The old town displays a Belle Époque splendour that will amaze all visitors. The city is home to the San Sebastián International Film Festival and the Quincena Musical, among other important events, that attract spectators coming from all over the world. Elegant, sophisticated and with a fin-de-siècle feel to it, San Sebastian is considered one of Spain’s most beautiful cities.
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Transport from San Sebastian to Bilbao
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17 Nov
4. Bilbao
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About the city: Bilbao is the capital of Biscay in the Basque Country, in northern Spain. The city is situated on the banks of the Nervión, a tidal river. Bilbao was till the 90s a grey big industrial town, the economical heart of the Basque Country. But since the opening of a new Guggenheim Museum by the river, the city has become an arty and stylish city and is now a major touristic destination. The main attraction that put Bilbao on the map was the construction of the Guggenheim Museum by Frank Gehry, it is now one of Spain’s most visited attractions. The building is impressive and there are some very interesting sculptures outside the museum and in the atrium. Centred on the Plaza Nueva, a busy and colourful square, and the Santiago Cathedral the old quarter of Bilbao is pretty compact and a walk around its streets doesn't take long. The impressive church of San Nicolas, built in 1743 in honour of the sailors from Bilbao, stands at the entrance to the Casco Viejo. Located in the very heart of Bilbao's old centre, the cathedral of Bilbao is the oldest church in the city and the main Gothic construction in Biscay. Vital and exciting Bilbao is famous for its great food, its culture and its active nightlife.
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Transport from Bilbao to Oviedo
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18 Nov
5. Oviedo
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About the city: Oviedo is a cathedral city, capital of Principality of Asturias, in Northern Spain. It is indeed an old city, but with the commodities of any modern city. The architecture of Oviedo is charming and attractive, but the city is best known for its delicious Asturian food. Oviedo is today a city with a remarkable international projection through the Prince of Asturias Awards, presented annually at the Campoamor Theatre, and the International Campus, attended by personalities of the highest global relevance. The old part of Oviedo is called the Casco Antiguo. Wander along cobbled streets admiring its beautifully restored buildings and squares. Located in the centre of Oviedo's old quarter, Plaza de la Constitucion, along with Cathedral Square, is the most central and important square in the city of Oviedo. The square includes the City Hall and the Church of San Isidoro Real, located in the west end of the Plaza. Nearby we have the equally important, Plaza de la Catedral, Cathedral Square. Its highlights are the Gothic Cathedral of Oviedo, the Jardín de los Reyes Caudillos with statues of the Kings of Asturias and the baroque Palace Valdecarzana and Heredia. We can also see the statue of Ana Ozores, a main character of Clarin’s novel The Regent's Wife. Oviedo is proud of its past but it is also is also home to modern industry and commerce. Sleek shopping boutiques selling expensive clothing, handbags and shoes and other high quality items line the city streets. Oviedo has its own stadium, as well as theatres, art galleries, and a university. Public parks and fountains also dot the city and give the locals haven from the hustle and bustle of city life. Oviedo is a fine city where old and new not only coexists, but flourishes together.
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Transport from Oviedo to A Coruña
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19 Nov
6. A Coruña
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About the city: It is part of the Spanish autonomous community of Galicia, a region of vast green landscapes with a rich Celtic and Roman heritage which keeps, still today, a mystic and magic allure. Today La Corunna is a modern city, which combines its traditional agricultural and fishing industries with new successful industries, such as fashion and textile. Situated beside the Atlantic Ocean, A Coruña is a historic city whose history has maintained close links with its old fishing and commercial port. The peninsula on which the Old City stands also contains the Tower of Hercules, one of the symbols of the city, which is an interesting Romanesque collection of streets, squares and medieval churches.
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Transport from A Coruña to Santiago de Compostela
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19 Nov
7. Santiago de Compostela
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About the city: Since medieval times until this day, Santiago de Compostela is considered a major destination for pilgrims. This holy city was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1985. Situated in far northwestern Spain, 100km north of the Portuguese border, Santiago is the capital of the autonomous region of Galicia. The city harbors Spain’s most famous church. La Catedral is majestic, a harmonious melding of styles and eras beneath two soaring towers. Just inside the main entrance is the Pórtico de la Gloria, one of the outstanding ensembles of Romanesque sculpture in Europe. Near the cathedral, there is the Museo do Pobo Galego, museum of the Galician people, housed in the Monasterio de Santo Domingo, contains replicas of ancient Celtic ruins. Nearly half of Santiago’s population is made up of rowdy students itching to have a good time. Bars and pubs can be found throughout the medieval streets of the old town and along Calle Santiago de Chile. The nights have special light in the streets of Santiago de Compostela. The moonlight makes the town a timeless scenario where landmarks bring out the city’s most beautiful and nostalgic side. And for those looking for atmosphere, Santiago’s nights are eternal.
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Transport from Santiago de Compostela to Salamanca
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21 Nov
8. Salamanca
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About the city: Salamanca is an architectural tapestry woven in sandstone. Though there are excellent examples of Roman, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and baroque structures, the golden stone itself is the thread of continuity and harmony. Nonetheless, this ancient university town, has many monumental highlights. Plaza Mayor, considered by many the most beautiful main square in Spain is a fine place for admiring architecture. The town hall is the large, elegant building in the centre of the square. Two beautiful cathedrals stand side by side: the New Cathedral boasts beautiful Plateresque facades and it is the only entrance to the connecting old, Romanesque Catedral Vieja. The university, the focal point of the city, is one of the best examples of Spanish Plateresque style. Salamanca at night is a party. The illuminated city is the meeting point for hundreds of students collecting tapas and beer. But make no mistake, it is also a city to enjoy a quiet night, savoring some wine on a terrace of Plaza Mayor.
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Transport from Salamanca to Madrid
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21 Nov
9. Madrid
Stay
About the city: Madrid has a tempo of its own: The dry air of the Castilian plain crackles with its cosmopolitan crowds. If the illuminated shop windows along the Gran Vía, and the unrelenting elegance of Paseo de la Castellana are overwhelming, retreat to Old Madrid. Its tangle of side streets south of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol are what makes the real Madrid. Spend half a day in the Prado Museum, thaat sit to rest on the steps leading down to the lake in lush Retiro Park. The city begins to live it up as soon as the sun goes down. Madrid claims to boast the largest number of bars per capita of any European city. Madrid teems with cultural events all year round. After concert, play or film, you can choose among literally hundreds of tapas bars and an endless array of nightspots. Madrid successfylly combines its cosmopolitan sophistication with its most cherished local traditions, the result is fascinating to explore.
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