Seville Airport is a busy international airport in Spain and a base for the low-cost carriers Ryanair and Vueling. The city is great for a business trip or a relaxing vacation, and renting a comfortable car will make getting to meetings or attractions more convenient. Drivers can avoid waiting for buses or trains with heavy luggage. Visit Skyscanner to find the best vehicle for the best price, from a large people mover to a fun convertible.
Car Rentals in Seville Airport
Rent a car on the ground floor of the main terminal building from Hertz, Europcar, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Avis, Sixt, or Goldcar Rental. Skyscanner can help travelers save money and avoid common car rental mistakes, like not researching insurance options, forgetting to inspect a car before choosing it, or not filling the tank before turning in the car.
Driving in Seville
The Seville Airport is about 6 miles or 15 minutes east of downtown Seville. Get downtown from the airport by taking the A-4 highway. Many roads in the city don't have signs posted, so drivers should use their phone or a GPS to avoid getting lost. Don't leave anything valuable visible in a car since thieves often target the center of the city.
The roads are narrow, there are many one-way streets, and some small nearby villages only let residents drive in them. Visitors can park outside and walk in, but there's usually a small fee for parking. Rent a small car to make parking and driving easier. Many people run red lights, so don't stop suddenly at intersections. Also, many people don't use turn signals.
Citizens of the European Union, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, or Liechtenstein can drive in Spain with a valid driver's license from their home country. Other visitors need an International Driving Permit or IDP. In the United States, drivers can apply at a national auto association like AAA with a valid driver's license, and the permits expire after 12 months. Everyone must carry their license and their IDP when driving, and people who wear glasses must have a spare pair with them.
Attractions Near Seville Airport
Seville is the capital of Spain's Andalusia region, and it's warm and sunny with plenty of attractions. Flamenco dancers are popular, and there are plenty of beautiful buildings. The Metropol Parasol in the Old City district is the largest wooden structure in the world, and it has six huge structures that look like umbrellas. Inside, there's a marketplace and a restaurant.
The Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza is the oldest bullring in Spain, and the 14,000-seat arena dates back to 1758. Bullfights are still held there every Sunday in spring, summer, and fall. The museum next door has exhibits, artifacts, and information about famous bulls and matadors, and visitors can take a guided tour of the ring.
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