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Oviedo - A Slice of the Spanish Flan

Oviedo is a special and unique Spanish city. Famous for cider (and more cider) and chorizo (cooked in cider,) it has a green landscape and provides a great base from which you can explore the surrounding areas.

Oviedo's main festival is San Mateo in September. There's a nice looking Cathedral and a University, but there are so many great day trips that you'll be hard pressed to find a reason to stay in town all day.

Day Trips Galore

The best way to see the region is by hiring a car. Villages that lie to the east of Oviedo will definitely be worth your while for the mountain views! Car hire in Oviedo is a no hassle experience with Thrifty - you'll be in your own car in a jiffy, exploring the region with a car boot just waiting to be filled with the delicious wines and cheeses you discover.

It's not far to the Spanish coast, where you'll be spoilt for choice of seafood and wine to match. Every Spanish city has its own charm, so go out and discover with Thrifty Oviedo rentals.

Why choose Thrifty?
  • Convenient locations
  • Great value rates all year round
  • No hidden extras to pay - theft and damage cover included
  • No credit card fees
  • No cancellation or amendment fees*
  • Choice of pre-paid or pay later rates
  • Trust our 50 years experience
  • *within seven days of booking being made.

One of a Kind Car Rental

One of the great things about renting a car from Thrifty is that they've been around a long time and are a household name. There's no need to look any further than your local store because you'll always get a good deal.

There are no hidden charges or surprises, Thrifty Oviedo has low prices every day and caters to travellers of all kinds. On a family trip? A romantic getaway? A business weekend? Flying solo? Thrifty has a car with a budget to suit you - all you have to do is give us a call or book online.

Oviedo is Waiting for You

There are so many small Spanish towns you could explore, with enough vibrancy and culture to make you want to move to Spain and live the good life. In that case, rent a car to get you from vineyard to farmhouse, looking for a property that suits you down to the ground.

The countryside is where these gems are found - in places not frequented by buses or trains, but horses, donkeys, wine and cheese makers and friendly locals on bicycles. Isn't it time you joined them?

Photos of Oviedo