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At QuarentaCars you can book a car hire Seville and pick up the vehicle at the airport, Santa Justa train station and the city centre. Explore the friendly region of Andalusia without limits, we will help you find the perfect car for you.
At QuarentaCars you can pick up your vehicle at the airport, or make your car rental Seville Santa Justa, and pick it up from various points in the city.
“A journey of a thousand miles begins here.”
Nearby Transport Links
The city not only has a spectacular historic centre and one of the most important bullrings in Spain, but also celebrates the most followed Easter processions in all of Spain. Due to its cultural role, the city is very well connected by road, train or plane.
By train, the city is perfectly connected through the Santa Justa train station, located in the heart of the city and with regular routes to the main cities in Spain.
The connection by plane is also excellent, as it has the comfortable Seville Airport, only 8 kilometres from the city centre.
Check the timetables of your flights through Seville Airport. Consult train arrival and departure times at Santa Justa Station.
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The capital of Andalusia is a destination suitable for all budgets, whether you find a cheap car or a premium one. This makes the quality/price ratio for car rentals excellent. In this sense, Seville airport car hire companies, have a fleet that is perfectly adapted to the region, with mini, compact, family cars, SUVs, vans and minivans for 7 and 9 passengers.
All our suppliers have adopted a commitment to complete cleaning of the vehicles and to further guarantee safety, measures are being taken for the entire rental process. You can compare prices from the best rent a car of the city: Alamo, Budget, Avis, Enterprise, Thrifty, Sixt, Europcar, Centauro, Record Go, and OK Rent a Car.
Alamo Santa Justa Train Station
Ave Santa Justa – Side Parking
Avenida de Kansas City, S/N, Seville, Spain
Phone number: +34 954 41 26 40
Alamo Seville La Negrilla
Tipografía Street, 16, Nave 3, Pol. Ind. La Negrilla, 41006, Seville, Spain
Telephone: +34 954 35 63 57
Alamo Seville Car Hire Airport
De San Pablo Airport, 41020, Seville, Spain
Phone number: +34 954 51 47 35
Alamo Tomares, Seville
Avenida De Aljarafe, 14, Local 13, 41940, Tomares, Seville
Telephone: +34 954 18 55 31
Check out the main places of interest in the city.
Seville is a city which it is advisable to get to know from the outside in, the best thing to do is to drive and walk along its great avenues and the bridges that cross the Guadalquivir River.
A good starting point is Avenida Kansas City, at the Santa Justa train station and continuing to Avenida de la Palmera and following the course of the Guadalquivir, along the Paseo de las Delicias and the Paseo de Cristóbal Colón. The city’s most emblematic bridges are the Remedios Bridge, the San Telmo Bridge and the Triana Isabel II Bridge.
The Old Town of Seville
Once you’ve got your finger on the pulse of the city, we recommend that you enjoy the historic centre on foot; and if it’s summer, with a bottle of water in hand.
When you arrive at Plaza España, and see the horse-drawn carriages in the vicinity, you will have noticed that you are entering the old part of the city. This semicircular building with ceramic tiles unique to each of the provinces of Spain, shares space with the Maria Luisa Park, which with its ponds, promenades and roundabouts; is considered one of the most beautiful parks in Spain. This enclosure houses the Archaeological Museum and the Museum of Art and Popular Customs.
The Cathedral is a majestic fortified building with a tower that is the essence of the city’s Muslim past. The Giralda is impressive from all angles, not only is it the symbol of Seville, but it has inspired many towers of its style in Spain and elsewhere in the world.
On the Paseo Colón is the Real Maestranza bullring, an icon of Spanish bullfighting culture and a building of singular beauty. Giving way to the Guadalquivir, the Torre del Oro (Gold Tower) rises up, formerly the city’s defence, today the headquarters of the Maritime Museum.
On the other side of the Guadalquivir
Before crossing the Triana Isabel II bridge, stop by the Lonja del Barranco market, an excellent place for tapas in the best Sevillian style. On the other side of the Guadalquivir, you will reach the historic quarter of Triana, a place full of bars and good atmosphere.
Metropol Parasol Plaza
Paradoxically, a conceptual and avant-garde building, very much of the 21st century, serves as a viewpoint of the old city, and the Metropol Parasol Plaza is a great picture of the city.
If you want to experience the fervor with which the Sevillians celebrate Holy Week, then Semana Santa is a busy date, although interesting to visit.
The April fair is another celebration that is lived to the fullest in Seville, so if you want to mingle with the Sevillians in their most important fair, visiting Seville in late April is a recommended date.
Seville is a very busy city that has very good weather and a lot to offer throughout the year, so we would say that the best time to visit Seville is the one you choose.
If you decide to ride a little in the province of Seville, we recommend the Seville countryside route, which contains several of the most beautiful villages in Seville: Carmona, Palma del Río, Ecija, Estepa, Osuna and Marchena.
The gastronomy of Andalusia is diverse and very adapted to its climate. In any of its bars and restaurants you can find from salads and cold soups to delicious tapas of Iberian ham.
In summer you can’t miss Gazpacho Andaluz, a cold soup made with cucumber, tomato, pepper, garlic and olive oil; perhaps the most popular dish in the whole region. The popularity of this dish has its reason for being, as it serves to counteract the high temperatures that reach the south of Spain during the summer.
Besides gazpacho, there are other equally refreshing cold dishes in the region: pipirranas and salmorejo.
Tapas and Cañas
More than a dish, the tapa in Spain, is a gift that they make in bars to accompany the caña (glass of beer) or the chato de vino. The tapa arose from the need to cover the glass, today it is a tradition recognized all over the world. There are as many as the chef has imagination, although the most traditional are those of Iberian ham and potato omelette.
Yes, you can make a car hire in Seville with full coverage. For a portion of the usual price, you can choose the AXA Insurance premium coverage, which provides you with the highest level of protection against theft and accidents, with guaranteed reimbursement of up to 3,000 euros.
With the protection of AXA Insurance you can get savings of between 50 and 70% in comparison with agencies’ direct coverage.
You can pay for your booking by debit or credit card. Normally, rent a car agencies have restrictions on paying with prepaid cards or cash.
The cheapest price for hire a small car in Seville is around 6 £/day for 7 days.
Select the filter by vehicle type, you will find a whole range of small car models: Fiat 500, Citroën C1, Peugeot 107, among many others.
The minimum price for 7-seater car hire Seville is around 25 £/day for 1 week.
Turn on the filter by vehicle type, you will find a full selection of 7-seater minivans: Seat Alhambra, Opel Meriva, Ford Galaxy, to mention just a few.
The bottom price for 9-seater car hire Seville is around 45£/day for 1 whole week.
Ensure you select the type of vehicle you wish to rent, you will find a number of models of 9-seater vans: Peugeot Traveller, Opel Vivaro, Volkswagen Transporter, among others.
Yes, you can hire a car in Sevilla with unlimited mileage, availability is indicated in the mileage policy tag located in the search filters.
Yes, you can book a car hire Seville to Faro, for example. In general, most car rentals allow you to travel to the main destinations in Europe.
When you pick up your car, you must indicate the destination you plan to visit at the counter, in addition to paying the cross border fee, which will allow you to continue to be covered abroad.
You can hire a car in Seville with a full/full fuel policy. You will receive the vehicle full of fuel and return it full, without any refuelling charge.
Yes, you can book a car hire Seville to Malaga, for example. When searching, you must specify both the city of pickup and the city of return, and our search system will display the available options automatically.
In Andalusia, the Valencian Community, Castilla-La Mancha and Madrid, these destinations share similar characteristics.