You are landing at Seville Airport (SVQ) and would like to explore the sunny coasts of Andalusia with a rental car from Seville? Then it is worth considering renting a car directly at Seville airport from one of the almost six car rental companies. Since Seville Airport is the second largest airport in Andalusia, it is advisable to compare the car rental companies at Seville Airport with Driveboo.com at an early stage and to book your car rental online in order not to be left empty-handed, especially in the summer months. In addition, when you rent a car at the airport, you will not only benefit from a wider selection of vehicles, but you may also benefit from early booking discounts and a wide range of accessories that can be booked, and you will be able to leave immediately after your landing.
Explore the coasts of Andalusia with a rental car from Seville? Then it is worthwhile to rent a car directly at Seville Airport from one of the almost six car rental companies. Since Seville Airport is the second largest airport in Andalusia, it is advisable to compare the car rental companies at Seville Airport with Driveboo.com at an early stage and to book your car rental company online so that you are not left empty-handed, especially in the summer months. In addition, when you rent a car at the airport, you benefit not only from a wider choice of vehicles, but also from early booking discounts and a wide range of bookable accessories and can leave immediately after landing.
Whether you choose a manoeuvrable small car or a sleek convertible from one of the world's leading car rental companies, or a mid-sized car from the only Spanish car rental company, it's up to you. However, it is always worthwhile to compare offers ranging from insurance cover to other services, such as one-way rentals or refuelling regulations. Below we have put together the airport car rental companies for you:
Do you have to return your rental car with a full tank? Then you should plan a little time, because there is no petrol station in the immediate vicinity of the motorway that you can reach. For this reason, it is advisable to refuel your rental car in downtown Sevilla. The nearest gas station to the airport is the Shell gas station in Avenida Alcalde Luis Urunuela, which is open 24 hours a day, but is very frequented especially in the morning.
Due to the good transport connections, Sevilla's city centre can be reached via the A4 motorway in just 12 minutes. If you don't want to go straight to the coast after your flight with your rental car, you can consider staying in Seville for one or two days to visit the city's most beautiful sights. Take a stroll around the Plaza de Espana, take a look at the cathedral of Seville and discover the Centro Historico, the largest old town in Spain. To make it easier for you to choose the right rental car, we have put together a list of distances and driving times for the nearest cities.
|Place name||Distance from Seville Airport SVQ||Travel time|
|Seville city center||8,2 km||12 minutes|
|Jerez de la Frontera||97,9 km||1 hour|
|Huelva||105 km||1 hour 10 minutes|
|Córdoba||133 km||1 hour 29 minutes|
|Málaga||209 km||2 hours 15 minutes|
If you arrive late at night and have already closed your rental car counter, you don't have to wait until the early morning at the airport, but you can either take one of the taxis waiting in front of the terminal or take the shuttle bus from 05.20 to 01.15 in downtown Sevilla or from 04.30 to 00.30 in the morning from downtown Seville to the airport. The journey takes about 35 minutes and a single ticket costs four euros.
Although the two-storey airport building of Seville Airport is not exactly large, you don't have to do without a variety of restaurants and shops in order to pass the time a little before your departure. Take a look at one of the many shops, buy some souvenirs or buy some body care products in the duty-free zone.
If you want to get the best out of your stay in Andalusia, you should definitely make some excursions, for example to Huelva with its famous bridge path, the Muelle del Tinto, or even go on a tour through Andalusia. Drive your rental car from Seville towards Cordoba, visit the Mezquita de Córdoba, stroll a little through the Jewish quarter and take a look at the Palacio de Viana and perhaps stay overnight before continuing your journey towards the historic city of Malaga. The crowning glory of your tour could be a trip from Malaga along the coast towards Jerez de la Frontera, where you should take a look at the cathedrals and churches of the town before heading back to Seville.