Houses in Seville
Seville is a popular destination for Spanish tourists. After all, it is not only the capital of the Autonomous Region of Andalusia. The fourth-largest city in Spain also serves as a metropolis for the province of Seville with the same name. By the way, it is said to have been Heracles who founded Seville. The Greek hero was one of the strongest men of his time and gave the metropolis a legend. Today Seville has about 700,000 inhabitants. If you want to explore Seville and its surroundings by rental car, you are spoilt for choice among the many beautiful destinations that are worth a visit. There are plenty of car rental companies and offers that we compare for you to help you find your best deal.
Travelers can reach Seville by plane. Almost all European airlines have offers up for this great destination. Therefore, it is ideal to book the rental car easy and relaxed from home and then pick it up at Seville Airport. Here you can see some of the most important routes from the Seville Airport.
|Airport||City||Distance to city center|
|Seville Airport (SVQ)||Seville||8 km|
|Seville Airport (SVQ)||Huelva||103 km|
|Seville Airport (SVQ)||Cadiz||128 km|
The city center of Seville is not far away by car. With normal traffic conditions, it does not take more than fifteen minutes to get into the city. Drive straight along the Autovia del Sul in the direction of Cordoba. On this very first trip after booking the rental car, you can already get an impressive impression of the climate and location of the Andalusian capital.
Donana National park Seville
Visitors who rent a car to visit Spain and travel through Andalusia will not miss out on a typical landscape. Gorgeous hideout is the Parque Nacional Coto de Donana, which is definitly worth a visit. It is the largest national park in Spain and can be reached by car from Seville within an hour. For those who are not familiar with the town of Huelva, follow the A 49 motorway. If you follow the signs, you cannot miss the National Park. For a drive through the park it is worthwhile to bring a blanket and a nice picnic. Also bring equipment for bathing and snorkeling, if you have some, as there is Matalascanas, a huge beach in the park. This beach is perfect for a rest to restore. Apart from that, the park impresses with its rich flora and fauna and many other attractions for a nice day. There are lynxes, wild horses and flamingos. For a visit to the Parque Nacional Coto de Donana it is best to rent a car.
If you want to visit the park, please book a week in advance!
Please inform yourself about included services and extra fees of your chosen offer before you book it. Especially choosing the right insurance is very important. You shouldn't be disturbed during your holidays in Spain by an unfortunate damage event. We recommend you to book the following insurance benefits for your next car rental trip at Menorca!
Full comprehensive insurance without excess: What does full comprehensive cover without excess mean? All possible damages to your car are hereby full insured. You will be asked to pay a deposit when picking up the car. This deposit must be booked on a creditcard which is issued on the name of the driver. In case of damages the car rental station will withheld the deposit for a period, yet also the deposit will be refunded by the car rental company. Therefore you are not responsible for any damages.
The first thing most visitors notice is the colorful life on the streets. This little hustle and bustle creates a very typical Spanish atmosphere. Restaurants, cafés and bars entice along the road and invite you to stop and linger. If you want to get to know the Andalusian capital, take your rental car for some nice rounds through the streets and alleys. The architecture of the metropolis is extraordinary simply because the silhouette of the city is hardly dominated by tall buildings. Anyone who rides through the city in a rental car and does not choose the Alcazar from the number of tourist attractions has not seen one of the most remarkable sights. The ensemble is part of the history of the Spanish kings. Because it's a city palace. Alcazar belongs to the royal family. Incidentally, the origins of this palace go back to the time of the Moors. It is worth to get out of the car and look at the old walls. Perhaps you might also meet the King of Spain by chance.