Jaen is a city of 120,000 people in the Santa Catalina Mountains in Andalusia, southwest Spain. It has a Mediterranean climate with, hot summers and cool winters. The city is renowned as the world capital of olive oil production, which, along with food production and textile manufacturing, helps to ensure a thriving local economy. In 1993, Jaen became a university city, currently with a student population of close to 20,000 and campuses dotted around the city center. Jaen has a historical center of steep, narrow streets. Public transport in the city is good, with over 63 bus routes in and around Jaen and further afield to Granada and Córdoba. The city's railway station has a high-speed link to Madrid as well as connections to other cities in southern Spain.Enterprise Rent-A-Car is based close to the railway station on the Plaza Jaen Por, La Paz. Click on the link for Enterprise Jaen.