Cheapest car hire in Seville

  • Mini
    Ford Ka
    4 |
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    3 |
    From € 14.38
  • Economy
    Seat Ibiza
    5 |
    2 |
    5 |
    From € 15.14
  • Compact
    Opel Astra
    5 |
    3 |
    5 |
    From € 22.01
  • 5 seat minivan
    Citroen Berlingo
    5 |
    4 |
    5 |
    From € 24.33
  • Estate
    Ford Focus Estate
    5 |
    5 |
    5 |
    From € 25.71

*daily rates in Seville based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Useful things to know about Seville

  • Seville has the fourth largest population of Spanish cities behind Valencia and Barcelona respectively.
  • The sour Seville orange is used to make orange marmalade.
  • Seville has its own form of Flamenco called Sevillanos.
  • The city has an unusual motto NO8DO meaning Seville will never abandon me.
  • The only inland port is found on the River Guadalquivir in the city.

Seville Mini Guide

Seville has been the setting of some of the world's most famous operas - Bizet's Carmen, Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro and Rossini's The Barber of Seville – and the city provides a great stage for any visitor.

Seville is not only the artistic and cultural capital of Southern Spain, but also the head of its finances and the strongest of the Andalucian cities in economic terms.

Situated near the mouth of the River Guadalquivir, boats which berth in the port of Seville can access the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean to do trade with the rest of the world.

The magnificent architecture of Seville is one of the reasons why it is so often used as a setting in literature and performance. There are many amazing cultural sights to see in Seville, the capital of Andalucia, including stunning Gothic and Moorish architecture.

Seville City

Seville is more than 2,000 years old and still has traces of Roman occupation in the form of an ancient aqueduct, the Muslim Almohad Dynasty which built a golden tower (Torre del Oro) while the city's magnificent Gothic cathedral was built in medieval times. A walking tour is available to see the city's other main sites including the Giralda, The Cathedral of Santa Maria and the Royal Alcazar.

Those of you who have had a long winter will be glad to know that Seville's climate is one of the warmest in Europe at an average of 19 degrees Celsius over the year.  Spring and autumn are the best times to visit Seville as the summers can get very hot, up to 36C, while the winters can have sub zero temperatures and a lot of rain. Although Seville is located inland, if you have hired a car there are some great beaches which only take an hour to get to.

The surrounding countryside is also worth seeing as it is agriculturally fertile and olives, fruit and cereal are grown there. The famous Seville orange trees can be seen all over the countryside but they are in fact quite bitter to taste and best used to make marmalade.

Seville draws  its gastronomic inspiration from the local produce with popular dishes being made from seafood, spinach and chickpeas. The best way to get a taste for all the different delicacies, such as sherry, snails and gazpacho, is to do a bar hop of the many tapas bars. If you are looking for somewhere to stay in Seville you should avoid the Semana Santa celebrations in the run up to Easter and the Feria de Abril (April Fair) as rooms get booked up well in advance.

Seville Cathedral

Latest Update from Seville:

13/05/12 - If you're interested in the Spanish Empire and the role of the conquistadors, this summer, the city's 'General Archive of the Indies' is opening its doors from the 15th May until the 31st of August to display the 150 documents relating to the search for land and gold as well as the conversion to Christianity of indigenous peoples.

11/02/13 - Whilst the biggest festival of the year is the Semana Santa, two weeks later the Seville Fair or Feria d'Abril takes place. With warmer weather it's the chance for a procession of horse and carriages, marquees along the river and plenty of beer, wine and tapas. Fireworks, flamenco and fiesta accompanies it and there's often live music fro Spain's popular bands.

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