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Basic info and car hire in Seville

  • Location: Andalusia, Spain
  • Population: 690,566
  • Official language: Spanish
  • Currency: Euro (EUR)
  • Weather: Seville’s weather sufficiently complex to be referred to as Mediterranean climate yet during summers it seems almost like a North African city. Average temperature during the winter is 11 degrees Celsius. During the summer, the temperatures exceed 30 degrees Celsius very often. Rainfall amounts to 21.7 inches per year, which is very limited. During the summer it almost never rains. Therefore, winter is the best time to visit Seville if you want to avoid high temperatures.
  • Public holidays in Seville: If you wish to plan your travel to Seville according to national holidays, you can check the office holidays here.
  • Internet coverage: There are internet cafes all around Seville which you will encounter at certain intervals. You can check the available cafes at Trip Advisor. Besides these internet cafes, there are Wi-Fi hotspots in malls and restaurants. You can also buy a SIM and subscribe an internet package if you plan to stay longer.
  • Road conditions: Roads in Seville are in fairly good quality and drivers do not face difficulty with lots of potholes. However, the network of roads is also complex, thereby making the navigation a little challenging. Therefore, it is advised to keep maps with you for navigation. The best approach would be to use Google Maps for real-time navigation.

About Seville

The capital city of Andalusia region in Southern Spain is Seville. It is known for its remarkable archaeological treasures, beautiful historic buildings, and lush green mountaintops. On the other hand, the people of Seville are known for their dance. When you reach the city, car hire at Seville airport will allow you to go to your hotel, park your car and take a rest. Buses and taxis can be found easily, but if you wish to explore the maximum number of places at your terms, car hire in Seville is the best option for you.

Driving in Seville

Every great experience comes with its own challenges, and so is the case with being in Seville. Driving in the cities is convenient but busy, just like in other parts of the world. Driving in the country side might pose little challenge because of sharp turns and steep roads. However, these come with the magnificent views of the mountaintops. The main roads marked as “N-x” (N-1, N-2 etc.) are well-maintained roads. Regarding the car safety, be very cautious about where you park your car, and don’t leave valuables in the car. The reason is car-theft which is very common for foreigners. Nonetheless, the beautiful mountains and the distinct places in Seville are worth taking many precautions.

  • Age limits: You are required to be above 18 years of age to be eligible for driving in Seville. Sometimes, the agencies offering car hire in Seville demand that you’re above 21 years old, so you need to look at that too.
  • International Driving Permit: The US driver’s license is valid in Seville. Besides that, an international driving permit has been made mandatory by law.
  •  Additional papers: Car hire in Seville requires you to have a residence permit of 6 months or less if you’re not coming as a tourist.
  • Additional requirements: Reiterating what was mentioned above, you must either be a tourist, or you should have a residence permit to be in Seville.
  •  Children in the car: If you are with children under 12 years of age, do not have them sit in the front seat.
  • Driving side of the road: Right Hand Side
  • Lights: The number of traffic lights have recently increased, and you’ll see traffic lights everywhere in Spain. You’d see the standard three colours in the traffic lights in Seville.
  • General speed limits: On highways, make sure that you do not exceed 120km/h while on main roads the maximum allowed speed is 100km/h. On main roads and double lane roads, the limit is 90 km/h while in the inner roads, the limit is 50km/h.
  • Parking suggestions: Some public parking options in Seville are Plaza de Armas bus station, Marques de Paradas/NH Plaza de Armas hotel, Arjona/Paseo Cristóbal Colon, Jardines de Murillo

Plaza de la Concordia (underneath main branch of El Corte Ingles), Puerta de Jerez (next to Hotel Alfonso XIII), Plaza Nueva (Calle Albareda). Besides these, you can find the nearby parking facilities (free and paid) wherever you go by visiting Parkopedia.

Drive your rental car around Seville

The beauty and history of Seville can never be understood completely if you confine yourself merely in Seville. If you get a chance, try exploring the regions close by with car hire in Seville.

What to see in Seville

Seville is a place with many destinations that you would find it challenging to reach the quarter of that list even if you’ve got week-long holidays. The area is a blend of history and modern life that makes the place interesting for all kinds of people; Seville, however, is a treat for people who are fond of archaeology and beautiful, historical buildings and cathedrals. For football fans, the Football Club Sevilla is a point of attraction. Get in contact with agencies offering car hire in Seville and plan your journey to get the best out of it.

Seville is a place with many destinations that you would find it challenging to reach the quarter of that list even if you’ve got week-long holidays. The area is a blend of history and modern life that makes the place interesting for all kinds of people; Seville, however, is a treat for people who are fond of archaeology and beautiful, historical buildings and cathedrals. For football fans, the Football Club Sevilla is a point of attraction. Get in contact with agencies offering car hire in Seville and plan your journey to get the best out of it.

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Hotels in Seville

Where to eat, drink and party in Seville

Major events and festivals

Spain is known for its festivals and fiestas, where there are not only national celebrations, but every village may also have its unique festival.