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Hiring a car in Seville

Seville is one of Spain's most popular inland destinations, partly because of its reputation as one of the best cities for food in the nation. This is even more impressive, as Spain is well-known for its culinary delights.

The Alameda district is one of Seville's most popular destinations for food and drink, with its many bars and restaurants offering outside seating areas. The city is also rich with historical architecture, with one of its most famous sights being Las Setas, which translates as the mushrooms. This structure is a stunning example of contemporary architecture, and is famous across Spain.

What you need to know

You can choose from a variety of car hire options in Seville, both at the airport or in the centre.

With so many suppliers available, you'll find the prices to be extremely competitive. In addition, you can choose almost any type of vehicle - from a high-class Mercedes to a large family vehicle.

In addition, with top name brands on offer through Holiday Autos you will enjoy the highest level of service, including 24/7 support and free cancellation, while the selection of 1,500 suppliers means you know that you can choose exactly what you need.

Where to pick up your car

The best places to pick up your hire car are either at Seville airport or the train station. Here you can choose from top name suppliers including Europcar, Alamo and Enterprise.

If you'd like to get your car as soon as your flight lands, then you'll find a range of suppliers with desks at the airport. However, it can be very expensive if you haven't booked in advance, so make sure that you use our website to find the best deal before your trip.

This also means that you can quickly pick up your car and head off to enjoy your holiday.

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Where to go

Seville is well-known for its stunning contemporary and historical architecture, so you'll want to make sure that you get to see as many sights as possible, including Las Setas, La Giralda and the Alcázar Palace.

In addition, its shopping is a true delight for anyone who loves some retail therapy, offering everything from high street stores to vintage boutiques. In fact, the markets are one of the main highlights, selling almost anything, including handmade leather goods, jewellery, clothes and souvenirs.

You can also find some of Seville's top bars and restaurants hidden down side streets, in the main squares and even in what first might seem like someone's home. If you have the time, then it pays to go exploring, as you really will find some hidden gems.

Nearby Seville

Just an hour south of Seville you can find Doñana National Park, a natural reserve in Andalusia. As well as the great variety of ecosystems, you can see a large amount of wildlife, including thousands of European and African migratory birds, fallow deer, Spanish red deer, wild boars, European badgers, Egyptian mongooses, and endangered species, such as the Spanish imperial eagle and the Iberian lynx.

If you're looking to visit the coast, then in just over an hour you can reach Mazagon, which has a variety of stunning beaches. Although it caters for tourists, this area is much less developed than the more well-known tourist destinations in Spain.

Longer drives

To travel a bit further and take in even more of Spain's stunning towns and cities, you have a world of choices not too far from Seville.

Just over an hour north-east of Seville you'll reach Córdoba, a city famed for its stunning architecture.

Mezquita de Córdoba was originally a mosque, but was paired with a cathedral in 1236 as the city rulers deemed it too beautiful to tear down. This unique mosque-cathedral is now considered one of the most beautiful places of worship in all of Spain.

Two hours south-east from Seville is Malaga, one of Spain's top tourist destinations. This area in the Costa del Sol is known for its stunning beaches, as well as its beautiful architecture.

Top attractions to visit in Seville

Seville has so many things for tourists, and by hiring a car you can be sure to be able to see everything that it has to offer.

Eating and drinking

As it's considered one of the top destinations for top-quality Spanish food, there's no shortage of places to eat and drink in Seville.

You'll want to make sure to sample carrillada de cerdo (pork cheeks) and solomillo al whiskey (whiskey glazed pork loin), the most favoured local delicacies.

The entire city comes alive at night, with the majority of bars and restaurants boasting outside areas where you can sit back and relax with some tapas and wine in the evening heat.

One of the most popular areas is the Alameda, which has a wide variety of bars, restaurants and cafes to choose from.

Things to do

There's so many things to see and do in Seville that you'll be spoilt for choice. If you're a football fan, then a trip to Seville's football stadium is a must. For the shoppers among us, you can easily while away an entire day exploring the many high street stores, small boutiques, markets and vintage emporiums.

Art lovers will also certainly want to visit Bellas Artes Museum, which is housed in a 16th-century building that was once a convent. A highlight is the Virgen de las Cuevas by Francisco de Zurbarán, as well as works by Murillo, Velázquez, El Greco and Goya.


The rich culture of Seville can be seen in so much of its architecture. Plaza de Espana is undoubtedly one of the most impressive sights the city has to offer, famed for its scale and grandeur.

Along its walls there are 48 alcoves, each representing one of Spain's provinces, while four bridges symbolise the four ancient kingdoms of Spain - Castille, Aragon, Navarre and Leon.

Santa Maria de la Sede, Seville's cathedral, is another sight you won't want to miss. It's the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, and is recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Wherever you go in Seville, you'll be sure to see stunning scenery and architecture that's rich with the historical culture of this beautiful city.