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Mercedes V-Class or Vito
Whether for a business trip or a luxury family road trip, there is no better option than renting a Mercedes V-Class for the occasion. Treat your passengers with the best in terms of comfort, space and safety while you will enjoy the range of modern technology that makes the drive easier.
Another excellent alternation is the rental of the Mercedes Vito, a premium van that sits 8 or 9 people too.
Travelling like a King
Enjoy a high-end road trip in South Spain while renting a Mercedes V-Class at Malaga Airport.
Head out to Granada for a day discovering Sacromonte. This neighbourhood is noted for its unique cave dwellings built into the sides of the hilly terrain. Visit the Museo Cuevas Sacromonte, it gives you a fabulous insight into the area, its geological structure and historical exhibits, see how traditional handicrafts are made and buy a souvenir to take home. See the Sacromonte Abbey, founded in the 17th century. Local legend tells that the catacombs under the church are where Granada's saint, San Cecilio withstood his martyrdom.
Lunch must be an iconic torilla de Sacromonte at the Sacromonte Hotel. After lunch stroll up the Cuesta Chapiz until you reach Peso de Harina. Here you will need to take some selfies with the statue of a man called Chorrojumo, who was known as the king of the gypsies. Be amazed at the views of indescribable beauty, the white slopes of the Albaycin, the soaring towers of the Alhambra and the Valparaiso valley stretching away to the River Darro.
A Fabulous Flamenco Show
Then settle down for a fabulous flamenco show. This region has a long tradition of flamenco dancing known as Zambra. Book your seats at the Zambra Cueva del Rocío for a night of magical romance. The dancing lasts until late, so book your group into the stunning Barcelo La Bobadilla for the night. They will love this 5-star private countryside estate. It is a romantic recreation of a tiny Moorish village with a Mediterranean chapel, rambling buildings connected via quaint overhangs, colourful flowering courtyards and a soaring marble colonnade.