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As Malaga is where our head office is located, we are pleased to offer direct hire and special terms and conditions for car hire from Malaga RENFE Maria Zambrano train station.
Should you arrive at Malaga on the train, or simply decide to travel further afield whilst on your Malaga break, hiring a car at Malaga RENFE train station gives you the convenience to explore the city and surrounding areas as and when you like.
While not as busy as Malaga airport, the train station is a hive of activity. Located in the city centre, the area around the train station is a great base for business travelers or those staying in Malaga itself, with a range of shops, restaurant and hotels all within easy reach.
Whether you’re visiting some of the many sights within Malaga itself, or choose to head off to the coast for a relaxing beach break, AurigaCrown can offer you the best rates and service for your hire car at Malaga train station. Book today, and pay when you collect your vehicle from our friendly team.
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