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Renting a Car in Malaga, Spain

 
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Distance from city center: 1.2mi
Ivan's pictureby Ivan General travel tip
added on the 10th of October, 2011
Renting a car in Malaga is easy. Either you get your car at the Airport or right in the city. There are several car rental places at the train station which is quite convenient to get to.


Address:
Calle Héroes de Sostoa, 2, 29002 Malaga, Spain

How to get there:
Public transportation or take a taxi

 
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