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Plus, use the search box to the left to quickly compare rental car prices in Europe.
We've already touted Seville's innumerable virtues as a pedestrian city. A car is unnecessary, not to mention inconvenient. It's difficult, if not impossible, for cars to get through the narrow streets, and parking is incredibly scarce and expensive.
That said, although the Spanish buses do reach many of the smaller villages, it might be helpful to rent a car for out-of-city excursions. Just be careful. The Spanish roadways are often winding and the ever-changing route classifications can be confusing.
To get the best price, reserve a car before leaving home. Ask for an all-inclusive rate with full insurance and unlimited kilometers. Many of the less expensive rental cars in Europe will have neither air conditioning nor roll-down windows. To get the best deal, shop around, reserve ahead of time and pay in advance.
A good price for a three-day economy car rental in Seville is between €170 and €210. Check out our trusty consolidator Auto Europe to find the best car rental deals in Seville. You must be at least 18 years of age to rent a car in Spain, although most companies require that drivers be at least 25 years old.
Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Seville and throughout Europe.
Happily for budget travelers, Seville offers no shortage of small family-run budget hotels and pensions, many of which are located in the center of town. These hotels tend to be quite affordable—as long as you’re not visiting in the middle of feria! (Even then, we can make it work...)
Find the right affordable hotel
• Search in the box above to see available hotels and rates for your travel dates.
• If you’re not in a hurry, click through to see a list of our recommended budget hotels. Note that all of our “Editor’s Picks” are clean, central and cheap!
Our guide to Seville on a budget
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