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Car rental Zaragoza

Get the rental car you want to spend a few days in Zaragoza with Autofurgo in an easy and economical way.

We offer vehicles in Sevilla from the following rental companies

Enterprise Mobility Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Pablo
Dos Hermanas
Sevilla Este
Sevilla Santa Justa
Europcar Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Pablo
Sevilla Este
Sevilla Santa Justa
Hertz Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Pablo
Sevilla Santa Justa
Record Go Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Pablo
Sevilla Santa Justa
Sixt Available in:
Aeropuerto de San Pablo
Sevilla Santa Justa
Avis Available in:
Sevilla Santa Justa
Search trend for vans in Sevilla
price trend: 79%

We have detected a notable fall in searches for vans in this location.

Our recommendation Take advantage of the low demand to get your vehicle at a good price.

Rental price trend for vans in Sevilla
price trend: 72%

We have detected a notable fall in the rental prices of vans in Sevilla.

Our recommendation Book now, you are guaranteeing one of the best rates of the moment.

Reviews from clients in Sevilla
Muchas opciones de vehículos. Muy cómodo.
Alejandro S.
Fácil de encontrar lo que buscas a buen precio y trabajando con compañías de primer nivel. Recomendable.
German D. P. L.
Habéis sido muy rápido en hacer la gestión, la chica del teléfono que me asesoró muy amable
Emilio . R. F.

Get, thanks to Autofurgo, the rental car you want to spend a few days in Seville. In an easy and economical way, you can pick up and deliver your vehicle at the office in the province of Seville or the Andalusian community that best suits you.

Welcome to Seville, one of the most beautiful and artistic cities in Spain. The capital of Andalusia is a must-see destination, as its culture, tradition and architecture make it a unique place in the world. Enjoy Seville and its surroundings to the fullest with one of the rental cars offered by Autofurgo. And, to move like a fish in water, nothing better than this guide with useful tips.

Get to know Seville and Santa Justa Station

Seville, besides being the capital of its community, is the most populated city in Andalusia and the fourth most populated in Spain, as it is home to almost 700,000 Sevillians. Its old town is the largest in Spain and the third largest in Europe, preceded by Venice and Genoa.

You can not miss the Cathedral (with the Giralda), the Alcazar and the Archivo de Indias, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987.

Famous Sevillians have been Velázquez, the Machado brothers, Vicente Aleixandre, Luis Cernuda, Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer and Alfonso Guerra.

Santa Justa is the main railway station of the city. It was inaugurated on May 2, 1991, although construction began four years earlier.



Where can I pick up and drop off my car?

You can pick up and drop off your car at the Seville-Santa Justa railroad station, which connects Seville with the High Speed Train (AVE). Also at the airport and in other key areas of the city and the province of Seville. Enter our search engine and find the ideal place so that nothing interrupts your trip.

How to get to Sevilla-Santa Justa Station

The Santa Justa station is a stop for AVE and Alvia trains to Madrid, Barcelona, Cadiz, Huelva, Malaga, Ciudad Real, etc.. It also connects the Condal City by means of a Talgo.

In addition, several medium distance lines coincide in Santa Justa. Thanks to them, it is possible to connect Seville with the main cities of Andalusia and Extremadura.

Within the Cercanías Sevilla, lines C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4 and C-5 stop at this station. There is, however, no Metro stop, the nearest being the Nervión station.

Santa Justa station is also connected by a bus network, which allows you to access the airport and several places in the capital.

If you prefer to get to the station area by car, you should take Avenida de Kansas City (A-4), Avenida de Andalucía (A-92), Avenida San Francisco Javier (SE-30) and Avenida del Alcalde Manuel del Valle (SE-30).

Tolls to keep in mind

On your way to Seville you may come across the AP-4 or Autopista del Sur, which starts in Seville at Dos Hermanas and ends at the N-443 in Cadiz. This road runs parallel to the free road N-IV.

Parking at Santa Justa Station

The best option for parking near Santa Justa is to leave your vehicle in the parking lot of the station itself. For more security, you can reserve on-line the parking spaces and the days you will need. You can also park in other parking lots in the area that we show you in the following link. If you have patience, you can walk around a couple of times and try to find a parking space on the street, but keep in mind that in Seville there are regulated parking areas (blue zone).

Tourism in Seville Station: what you can not miss

In the vicinity of the station you can find several areas of great tourist interest. Keep reading and know the Top 10 with the most important places to visit in Santa Justa station and surroundings.

  1. Ramón Sánchez-Pizjuán Stadium: Home of Sevilla Football Club, inaugurated on September 7, 1958 in the Nervión neighborhood.
  2. Seville Cathedral: It is the third largest in the world and has a spectacular complex formed by the courtyard of the Orange Trees and the Giralda, its emblematic tower.
  3. The Real Alcázar: A palatial complex from the High Middle Ages that includes many different cultures and styles: Islamic, Mudejar, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. It was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1987 along with the Cathedral and the Archivo de Indias.
  4. Archivo General de Indias: Built in 1785 at the request of King Carlos III, it contains some 43,000 papers and more than 8,000 maps and drawings.
  5. Plaza de España: It is the largest building of Andalusian regionalist architecture and was built for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929. Don't leave without having your picture taken on your city bench.
  6. Maria Luisa Park: Seville's most famous garden was declared a Cultural Interest Site in 1983 and inaugurated on April 18, 1914.
  7. Archaeological Museum of Seville: The building is the former Pavilion of Fine Arts of the Ibero-American Exposition of Seville and here these archaeological collections were established in 1942.
  8. Torre del Oro: It was part of the walls that defended the Alcazar and today is one of the most emblematic symbols of the city.
  9. City Hall: An example of Plateresque architecture. It is located in the Plaza Nueva, one of the busiest areas of Seville.
  10. Museum of Flamenco Dance: It is located between the Plaza de la Alfalfa and the Cathedral and is the only museum recognized in the world in dealing with this art.

Get to know the province of Seville by car

Enjoy the province of Seville with your rental car and know some of its most beautiful towns, such as Dos Hermanas, Carmona, Utrera, Marchena, Osuna, Estepa, Ecija, Lebrija and Santiponce. If you like theme parks, you can't leave Andalusia without spending a fun day at Isla Magica.