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Campervan hire Seville

An extravagant cocktail of thousands of years of history and the lavish riches of the conquistadors, sightly Seville is so out of this world it’s perhaps the world’s most favorite movie set.

 

Seville is out of this world – seriously! The birthplace of flamenco and Velázquez will have you travelling through time and space in no time. Just park your campervan and walk down any of this city’s streets. Plaza de España, with its impressive governmental buildings, is like a wormhole to the Star Wars galaxy (no wonder, since they filmed a scene here). And while it’s unlikely you’ll spot R2D2, you might still encounter an epic fight in the Game of Thrones’ city of Dorne – or should we call it Alcazar? And if you love Game of Thrones, why not get in your RV, drive 80km and test your luck trying to find a few dragons in the Plaza de Toros of Osuna? With so many worlds to explore, just hire your campervan in Seville and get ready for a true odyssey through time and space!

 

Practical Information

Depot + Transfer

Are you looking for a campervan hire in Seville? Great! We’ll meet you up at Seville-San Pablo Airport, where you can pick up and drop off your van – everything free of charge in regular hours, of course! 

Parking in the city

It’s not easy to park in Seville’s centre. The underground parks are too short for your campervan’s height and street parking is nearly impossible to find with your van. Locals leave their car in “Ronda de los Tejares”, near a sidewalk – it’s free and apparently you don’t get fined.

For your (and your wallet’s) safety, leave your campervan or motorhome at Metro station Blas Infante, where parking is free.

Camping grounds nearby

You’ll find a few spots to spend the night in Seville. We recommend Area Sosta Camper, a campervan and motorhome area where you can spend the night and/or park your van for 12€/day. You’ll find reasonable facilities there and it’s close to the city centre.

 

About Seville

Seville was founded by road trippers. True story. Just think about it: the ancient Romans were travelling around, looking for new places to settle. After the foundation of the city by these archaic road trippers, the city was taken by Muslims in 712. A few centuries later, it was incorporated into the Christian Kingdom of Castle in 1248. But after the discovery of the Americas, Seville became one of the economic centres of the Spanish Empire. With all this history, are you still surprised about the incredibly diverse monuments this city has to offer?

Being a major point of interest for movies and TV shows, this is a great set to explore if you’re travelling around Spain by campervan. Visit Plaza de España and take a boat ride on its little artificial lake. Walk a few meters and you’re in the greenest part of Seville: Parque de María Luísa, that stretches along the Guadalquivir River. Visit the Alcazar gardens (make sure to book it in advance!) and walk around the old town with plenty of bars and restaurants to replenish energies (ask for a few cañas and for the typical croquetas). But there’s more! Pay a visit to the city’s theme park, Isla Mágica, walk around where the Expo of ‘92 took place, rent a bike and pedal until the sun goes down. Then, just enjoy a few cañas with tapas while you think about all the dozens of things that are still left to do.

 

What to discover

In and around the city

Plaza de España

We already talked about this one, but it’s way too good to miss. Built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and now a governmental square, it’s well-known for being a set of the 2nd episode of Star Wars. That said, “visit it, you must! Very pleased, you’ll be!”  

Isla Magica

All true adventurers would never miss a good roller coaster challenge. That’s why this is a must if you want to have nothing less than an epic experience! It’s perfect for groups of friends or even for families since it has attractions for all ages.

Flamenco show

To visit Seville and not go see a Flamenco show in the city of its birth is like going to London and missing the Big Ben. Look for a true traditional flamenco show.

You won’t be disappointed with all the talent you’ll find, from the guitarists and singers to the rhythms set by the dancers’ shoes hitting the floor. Some places have reserved seats, so be sure to book it in advance.

 

Recommended locations

Cádiz

While the temptation of a motorhome or campervan hire in Cádiz is easily relatable, there’s an even better solution: get in your Indie van in Seville, drive along the Andalusian roads for 1,5 hours and you’ll find Cádiz.

This city is highly worth a visit, though tourists rarely make it over to this end of the Spanish coast. Founded over 3,000 years ago, this port might be the oldest continually-inhabited city in Western Europe. Apart from the ancient architecture and fresh seafood, Cádiz is also great for flamenco. Its dancers have seduced sailors since BC!  

Huelva

Home of Spain’s oldest football club, Recreativo de Huelva, this port city is located at the mouth of the Odiel and Tinto rivers, only a one-hour drive away from Seville. Of course, it has its own monuments and attractions, but the most interesting thing this city has to offer is that it was the departure point of Christopher Columbus for the New World in 1492.

While a campervan hire in Huelva might not seem like the most stimulating option for road trippers, going on a short 1-day break from Seville to Huelva is a recommended course of action.

Córdoba

The best thing about renting an RV and going on a road trip is that you can go wherever you please. A campervan hire in Córdoba -- or any other travel mode that involves visiting this ex-capital of the Islamic Emirate -- is definitely a great option. Only 158 km from Seville, this southern city is absolutely worth a visit.

Take a look at the city’s Mezquita (mosque), walk along Calleja de las Flores (a narrow alley with beautiful patios) or enjoy the peaceful Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos – a Mudejar style palace surrounded by beautifully maintained gardens.

 

Depot Contacts

Phone: +351308 809 080

Email: [email protected]

Address: Calle PI Palillos Cinco, 23 - 41500 Alcalá de Guadaíra, Spain

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