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Car rental in Seville

Pick up and drop off your rental car in Seville without complications with Furauto


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Get to know Seville with your rental car

Seville, the capital of Andalusia and the most important city in southern Spain, is one of the cities you have to visit at least once in your life. Its culture and tourist attraction make it a unique city.

And of course, by booking your car rental in Seville with Furauto you can explore every corner of the city at your own pace and get wherever you want. To pick up your vehicle you just have to go to one of our offices, among which are located atthe airport or at the AVE train station.

Seville is the fourth Spanish city in population with just over 690,000 inhabitants and in addition to Seville city, has an extensive metropolitan area consisting of 46 municipalities among which include Dos Hermanas or Alcalá de Guadaíra.

Seville has many attractions in its surroundings that you can visit with your rental car. From the family fun offered by the Isla Magica park, inspired by the conquest of America to its nearby towns such as Dos Hermanas or Utrera and, of course, the Doñana National Park, just 1 hour drive from the city.

How to get to Seville

Here are the main ways to get to Seville so you can plan your trip with total comfort:

  • By road the main ways to reach the city are the AP-4, the southern highway that arrives from Madrid and continues to Jerez, the A-49 towards the border with Portugal that passes through Huelva, or the A-92 towards the east, towards Granada and Almeria.
  • By train, the station Sevilla Santa Justa, connected with the AVE with Madrid where you can find your rental car in Seville with Furauto.
  • By plane, the San Pablo airport has international and national connections, and there you can also find Furauto car rental points.

Where can I pick up and drop off my rental car in Seville?

With Furauto you can pick up your rental car at the Seville airport as well as at various train and bus stations. The most outstanding points are the Seville-San Pablo International Airport or the Seville-Santa Justa train station, which connects the city with the AVE high speed train.

Just check our search engine to find the point that best suits you. And remember that you can rent your car in Seville and deliver it in any other city. Your freedom of movement is total.

What is the price of a car rental in Seville?

If you want to get an idea of the price of your car rental in Seville in just a few moments we recommend you to use the comparator on our website. You only have to select the city and specify the dates of pick up and delivery of the vehicle. We will show you the best vehicles at the best price.

Can I book a rental car at Seville Airport without a credit card?

Yes, it is possible to book a rental car at Seville Airport or any other location without a credit card, many of the companies we work with also accept debit cards. However, please note that the credit card holder must be present at the time of pick up and payment of the vehicle and must be included in the rental contract.


How to hire a 9-seater car rental in Seville?

The process to hire a 9 seater car rental with Furauto is the same as for other types of vehicles. You can do it online through the form on our website or by calling one of our offices.

Park your rental car in Seville

Seville has the largest historic center in Spain so, as in all big cities, parking in the center is complicated. We recommend you to always have at hand this map with the private parking lots where you can leave your car for a few hours, days or weeks at different rates.

Visiting Seville by rental car

Once you have your rental car in Seville you may want to do some sightseeing in the Andalusian capital. And the fact is that this city besides a special color has a historical heritage and an overwhelming cultural offer that we summarize here in 10 points:

  1. The Cathedral of Seville and the Giralda: The Cathedral of Seville 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.
  2. The Real Alcazar
  3. The walls and the neighborhood of San Cruz: one of the oldest areas of the city that has places where you can enjoy tapas or flamenco clubs.
  4. The Torre del Oro: along with the Giralda, the other tower that marks the image of Seville. On the banks of the Guadalquivir. It is an Almohad tower that closed the passage to the Arenal through a stretch of wall, which joined it with the Torre de la Plata, forming part of the walls of Seville that defended the Alcazar.
  5. Barrio de Triana: 100% Sevillian idiosyncrasy. Having a drink or a mid-afternoon stroll through this neighborhood has to be on your list if you want to say you have visited the city.
  6. The Plaza de España: with its carriages in which you can take a ride for a price of about 50 euros, the architecture and design of this square seduced George Lucas where he filmed some scenes of the new films of the Star War Saga.
  7. Maria Luisa Park: very close to the Plaza de España, declared of Cultural Interest, with an area of 34 hectares you can visit it for free and is open until ten o'clock at night. It is one of the most romantic places in the city and probably in the world.
  8. Feria de Abril: if you visit the city during the fair season you should drop by its booths. Many of them are private but there are more and more open to the public where you can soak up all the Andalusian flavor.
  9. La Maestranza: a temple of bullfighting for aficionados.
  10. Metropol Parasol: if you like modern architecture, this building, popularly known as Las Setas should be on your list. It is the work of the famous Jürger Mayer.

Get to know Seville and its province by car

Seville has many attractions in its surroundings that you can visit with your rental car. From the family fun offered by the Isla Magica park, inspired by the conquest of America to its nearby towns like Dos Hermanas or Utrera and of course, the Doñana National Park, just 1 hour drive from the city.