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Where to pick up your car
There are over 20 car hire locations in Seville, and the most popular location is Seville Airport (SVQ). The airport is just under 15 mins' drive from Seville itself (9km).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Seville are Firefly, Goldcar, Europcar, Interrent and Centauro.
Warmest month: July (28°C)
Coldest month: January (11°C)
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Hire a car in Seville
The Andalusian city of Seville is packed with personality, boasting oodles of entertainment around every corner.
The city itself is a maze of picture perfect squares and narrow cobbled streets, making it the perfect place to kick off a Spanish road trip around one of the most interesting regions in Spain. Arriving in Seville by car gives you the chance to get out on the open road and take in the beautiful scenery of the neighbouring towns and cities such as Granada and Cadiz.
Seville driving tips
Here are our top driving tips when renting a car in Seville:
Know where you can drive
The old town is a labyrinth of windy streets and there are a number of traffic restrictions in place, so make sure you know these in advance. If you spend more than 45 minutes within certain parts of the centre from 8am to 10pm Monday to Saturday, you could be fined.
The best place to park
You’ll find underground parking facilities on the outskirts of the city centre. These complexes are often a good place to keep your rental when you’re wandering the local sights. Bare in mind that parking in a multi-storey will add 10-20 Euros to your budget each day of your stay.
Travelling out of the city
The AP-4 motorway runs from Seville to Cadiz and includes a toll charge for drivers travelling this route. The fee is around €7.50 each way. There are plenty of other beautiful towns and villages to visit around the outskirts of Seville. If you have the time, drive towards the dramatic town of Ronda.
Local neighbourhood guide
Seville is made up of a number of intriguing neighborhoods. Here’s a rundown of the ones to visit while you are in the city.
It is in this neighbourhood that you’ll find some of Seville’s most sought-after historic sights. Home to the magnificent Seville Cathedral as well as other iconic buildings such as Art Nouveau Palacio de Bellas Artes, Centro Histórico also has a plethora of restaurants to enjoy.
Barrio Santa Cruz
Another significant neighbourhood is Barrio Santa Cruz, which holds many architectural delights. Featuring courtyards, fountains and museums, there is no shortage of culture to be found here.
One of the less obvious neighborhoods to wander – but still worth a visit – La Macarena boasts a number of points of interest including the Convent of St Agnes. Its creative vibe makes it a hit with visitors and food stalls serving up fresh paella are a must see (and try!).
Triana & El Arenal
These two neighborhoods are actually connected by a river. El Arenal is known for its stunning monuments while Triana used to be a gypsy quarter and is perfect for wandering markets, food stalls and shops.