Orange blossom, lemon trees, the melancholy and passion of flamenco, and a long tradition of bullfighting - all these seductively beautiful landmarks of Andalucia are treasured in Seville in their purest and finest form. A car hire from Seville Airport enhances your freedom and flexibility whilst exploring the natural beauty and compelling history of Andalucia. If you are looking for great rates on car rental, look no further; thanks to our policy regarding unbeatable prices, a car hire from Auto Europe always proves to be the best offer on the market. Another tip -plan a road trip in Andalusia with our thorough guide!
Seville Airport (SVQ)
Official Name: San Pablo Airport, also known as Seville Airport.
Spanish Name: Aeropuerto de Sevilla
Address: Carretera N-IV Madrid-Cádiz, kilómetro 532, 41020 Sevilla
Location: The airport is located in 7 miles north-west from Seville.
Tel:(+34) 91 321 10 00
Airlines operating at Seville Airport: Many airlines connect Seville Airport with other European destinations. Direct flights from the UK to Seville are offered by Ryanair, easyJet, and Iberia.
The airport has one terminal stunningly designed to portray Seville's cultural history and landmarks. It incorporates traits of Spain's Moorish past, vaulted arches, an expansive concourse made of blue tiles, and orange trees. Arrivals facilities (baggage reclaim, passport control, customs and arrivals lobby) are situated on the ground floor of the main terminal building, while the first floor houses departures (check-in desks, security, passport control and boarding gates).
Car rental desks can be found on the ground floor.
|Avis||Monday-Sunday 7am to 12pm|
|Budget||Monday-Sunday 7am to 12pm|
|Atesa||Monday-Sunday 7am to 12pm|
|Hertz||Monday-Sunday 7am to 12pm|
|Sixt||Monday-Sunday 6.30am to 11.30pm|
Seville Airport has several eating and drinking options. With one á la carte restaurant exception, they are mostly small eateries where you can get sandwiches made with local produce, tapas, pastries, and a wide range of hot and cold drinks. If you need to stock up on Spanish delicatessen before you leave Seville, simply head to the deli shop at the airport. Of course, the airport is not short of duty free shopping options that include fashion items, food, drinks and cosmetics. The main terminal building is also equipped with cashpoints and one pharmacy.
Seville Airport has a fairly convenient location. It is well connected by road via the A4 motorway which connects Seville to Madrid. You will reach the city center in only 15 minutes with your car hire from Seville Airport. Head south for even more sunshine and seaside to the charming city of Cadiz. History-packed Cordoba awaits you only 1.5 hours north-east of the airport. Get more insight about driving your car hire in Spain from our driving guide. Public transport is also available at the airport. Taxis and buses depart from in front of the terminal building.
The best time for finding an available parking space with your rental car on the street is, of course, early morning and after 8pm. On-street parking is, when available, chargeable and usually limited depending on the zone. As with other cities, it can be quite problematic to find parking spaces in the city centre. Make use of public parking garages instead, which are dotted around the city, and offer unlimited parking options against affordable prices. As far as the airport is concerned, you will have a lot of parking possibilities ranging from express car parks designed for dropping off or picking up passengers, to VIP and long-stay car parks, only steps from the terminal building