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Rent a car in the city of Seville to witness the modern and historic enchantment of the Andalusian capital. A Seville city break provides you with an opportunity to enjoy the sounds and sights of the city by day and introduce you to exciting bustling tapas bars, cafes and restaurants by night. However, renting a car in Seville lets you move around the city at your own leisure, without having to worry about maintenance costs. Furthermore, renting a car is cost effective and convenient.

It's your choice: Where to go in Seville

There are plenty of flights to Seville from Uk airports. Most flights arrive in Seville airport SVQ where you can pick up your hired car. From there, you are in charge of your holiday. Go to your Seville hotel, and start exploring. Visit the Seville Cathedral. This is one of the biggest Gothic cathedrals both in Spain and in the world. Visit this cathedral and you will not only be surprised by its size, but also by its splendour and beauty. Discover the secrets of Alcazar: Situated in the heart of this city, the Royal Alcázar of Seville is one of the oldest palaces in Spain. Some episodes of the "Game of Thrones" series were even filmed at this palace. Seville is dotted with some of the most unique places to try gourmet and traditional tapas. You will find some of the best tapas in the bars of almost any street you visit. Seville is a dream destination for sherry lovers. Visit Casa Morales, a place where fortified wine is sold. You will enjoy a glass of Oloroso , Amontillado, or Palo Cortado.

Things to do in Seville

Seville’s breath-taking landscape, and fresh air are a perfect combination for hiking. Join other holiday makers on a hike to the Andalusian hinterland. Hiking is the best way to begin to appreciate the beauty of Seville. Walk through the cork forests, white villages, deep gorges and mountain ranges. Seville offers the coolest concept stores and fashion boutiques. If you are fashion-conscious and fussy about your clothing, shopping in Seville is an ideal possibility to find affordable yet classy clothes and accessories. Interact with the locals and travellers over a plate of gastro tapas with croquettes and lobster to understand the workings and history of this great city.

Important info about Seville

Seville is a provincial capital located in the southern parts of Spain. Along the Guadalquivir River plain, the city is well-known for its unique monuments, culture, artistic and traditional heritage. The city is situated inland, close to the Andalusian coast. However, you still experience more of the continental climate in comparison to other port cities around. The Port of Seville used to have a vital role in trade between the Americas and Spain. Holiday makers credit Seville with innovative cooking methods and food varieties ranging from sea-foods to pork and from cheese to vegetables. Seville has a diverse natural landscape comprising beaches, expansive olive groves, natural parks, mountains and plains. The local people serve tapas in a bid to encourage discourse between people.

Weather in Seville
Country Spain
Language Spanish
Currency euro
Time-Zones CET
Country Code +33

Good to know

Prior to exploring Seville make sure that you learn a little about the driving conditions and culture in Spain. Many visitors find it difficult to navigate in the streets of Seville by car because there are no thoroughfares to facilitates access to the city’s downtown. As with many other city centres, the best way to discover the city would be by foot. This way you get a better feel for the vibe of the city. If you get tired of walking, reach your goal by jumping onto one of the many buses in the city. For excursions outside the city, renting car in Seville offers the perfect opportunity to explore the area at your own pace. The speed limits in towns are 50km/h and on motorways, you may drive up to 120km/h. The allowed alcohol level for drivers is very low, so it is advisable not to drink at all when driving in Seville.

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What to taste in Seville

Carrillada de Cerdo is a traditional stewed meat and one of the most delicious specialities that Seville has to offer. It is prepared by using a wine reduction process with carrots, garlic and cloves. Seville oranges are often hard to come by. When you visit during Seville orange season, it would be a shame to leave without tasting the sticky, tangy and delicious Seville orange marmalade. While Seville offer so many types of Andalusian wines, the bittersweet taste of this orange wine called Vino de naranja will leave a lasting impression on your taste buds. Seville is dotted with numerous convents where generous nuns use their spare time making and selling home-made sweets. Enter into any of the many smaller doors of the nunnery and one of the nice nuns will provide you with the jam or honey sweets that will help cure your sugar cravings.

What to bring to your friends from Seville

Seville’s groves of olive trees and dry climate makes it an excellent producer of olive oil. Packing a few bottles from the olive oil workshops, with the taste of Seville, is a good idea if you intend to bring authentic Spanish gifts back for your friends and family. Seville is home to some of the best flamenco fashion designers. You will have a wide variety to of colourful, form fitting, or polka dotted flamenco dresses to choose from. Regardless of whichever you pick, flamenco dresses are an iconic gift option that your lady friends will appreciate. The Cartuja Monastery opened a ceramics factory in 1841, and ever since, it has offered a variety of high quality, hand-made table ware and ornamental pieces. The intricate, hand painted patterns and images on each item will make a La Cartuja porcelain piece a treasured souvenir or gift which can stay in the family for generations.