The best fleet of motorhomes and campervans for rent in Seville
In the pre-summer days, holiday destinations are still calm and fewer tourists are roaming around. We offer you up to 20% off your road trips in May and June to enjoy this tranquil and beautiful time of the year.
Seville is located in the south of Spain and is the capital of Andalusia. It is a must-see city for anyone with motorhome hire in Seville, as it attracts millions of tourists every year. The rich historical and cultural heritage of this city is thanks to the countless cultures that have passed through it: Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Muslims, and Christians. All of them have contributed to making this historic centre one of the most beautiful in Europe and monuments such as La Giralda, the Real Alcazar, and the Archivo de Indias have been declared World Heritage Sites. You can also visit the Jewish quarter and the Moorish quarter, and finish at the Torre del Oro on the banks of the Guadalquivir. The Triana neighbourhood, across the river, is another of the attractions of the city, as well as the Isla de la Cartuja or the Barrio de Santa Cruz.
By train: the RENFE train station is perfect for getting to the city from major cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, and the Andalusian provinces.
In Seville, you will find a road network that is very well connected to all the Andalusian provinces and also connects directly to the north of Spain and Extremadura. It also has 2 bus stations in Plaza de Armas and Prado de San Sebastian.
Seville also has its own airport located 12 km from the city, so you will be in the centre in about 15 minutes by car. You can also take a shuttle bus that takes 30 minutes to the centre.
To move around the city you can take the metro, streetcar or Renfe commuter trains. There is also a bicycle rental service (€15/day) with which you can move around the city on any sunny day.
You can park for free in the neighbourhoods of San Vicente, San Julian, El Fontanal, or Macarena. These neighbourhoods are adjacent to the centre and will take you no more than 15 minutes on foot.
There are also parking lots and paid areas with a network of parking meters:
There are also underground parking lots such as Paseo de Colón, Plaza Nueva and La Magdalena.