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Lets begin your Campervan rental Seville; here at WildCampers we can pick up and drop off at Seville airport for your ease and comfort. Our members of staff have an extensive knowledge of southern Spain and can help you to begin your adventure. Our vans are fully equipped to get you started with optional extras to make the things you enjoy doing most accessible. From the beaches of the Mediterranean, to the mountains in Malaga and all the culture and diversity of the cities of the Southern Coast waiting to be discovered. The open road is yours to discover. Start now by hiring your WildCamper.
Campervan rental Seville
Beach, City, Mountain. Campervan rental Seville opens the door to new experiences that are just waiting to be discovered. Seville is the capital and largest city of southern Spain’s Andalusia region. Landmarks include the elaborate Alcázar castle, and the 18th-century Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza bullring. The Gothic Seville Cathedral is the site of Christopher Columbus’s tomb and the Giralda, a bell tower that was originally built as a minaret. The Plaza de España which is situated within the Parque de María Luisa The Seville harbour is the only river port in Spain and became one of the economic centres during the Spanish Empire.
Being able to park your WildCamper van wherever you go means you can complete your southern Spain road trip with your hotel in tow within the city roads of Seville. Whether you are a fan of Pottery, Flamenco art, mosaic floors or following routes around various monuments; if you’re interested in art and history, landmarks and museums, parks and gardens, festivals and dancing, gastronomy and music you are sure to find at least one activity, which will interest you in the city of Seville.
Did you know that here at WildCampers we drop off camper van Seville, Seville airport and other major stops? Seville is best explored on foot, by bike or uniquely by horse and carriage; however the city is great for parking meaning you are able to easily park nearby to all attractions that Seville has to offer. There are many options on where to take your WildCampers van.
Where to start with your Spain road trip
Whatever your Spain road trip itinerary may be, if you are in Seville be sure to stop by the Real Alcázar. The palace is renowned as one of the most beautiful places in Spain, being regarded as one of the most outstanding examples of Mudéjar architecture. The Alcázar, which started as a Moorish fortress, is one of the most representative monumental architecture within the city, showcasing the medieval Islamic palace in a unique fusion of Spanish Christian and Moorish construction. Consisting of mudéjar, Renaissance, and 19th-century architecture as you pass through areas like the Patio of the Maidens, the Ambassador's Room, the English gardens and the Hall of Ambassadors which is capped off with a gold-laden dome which is to represent the heavens. Alcázar is overwhelmingly beautiful and you will have a lot to see, so allow yourself some time to really appreciate the beauty. Most recently famous for being the set in the well-known series Game of Thrones, Seville has seen an increase in tourists due to show. What the series provides is just a brief insight into the opulent and ornate of Alcázar but to appreciate the true extent of beauty you have to be present and see it all with your own eyes.
A short walk from Alcázar you will find the Seville's Cathedral, Santa Maria de la Sede. It is the (depending who you talk to, first or second) third largest Gothic cathedral in the world so be prepared to be amazed by the intricate interior décor of 80 chapels; appreciate the prismatic stained glass, a priceless masterpieces by Goya and Murillo, and the reputed remains of Christopher Columbus or Cristobal Colon, as he is known in Spanish. Why not ascend to the summit of La Giralda with complete architectural evidence of the mosque that converted into a bell tower, which the cathedral replaced. At the top you can absorb spectacular and breath-taking views of the city from the viewing platform; especially the Alcázar and Barrio Santa Cruz, and also a bird's eye view of the Gothic details of the cathedral's buttresses and statuary.
Now on your campervan rental Seville, Sevilla is known in Spain as "Bull City" the bullring Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza. Bullfighting may not be for everyone, and there is a very much-varied view on the matter. However the magnificent bullring is considered to be one of the finest in Spain and is one of the oldest and most important in the world. The building itself can be admired alone for its beauty, with all fighting put to one side. Most people are rather uncomfortable about bullfighting, but it has a museum to offer those who may be curious but for those who would never consider attending a bullfight. An inspection of the ring, and the backstage facilities that sustain it is a good counterpoint to a browse around a museum, which is full of artwork and costumes celebrating the skill of the matador. Go with an open mind and you’ll leave with a much better understanding of the bullfighting place in the life and culture of Andalucía.
Two important dates to consider on your Spain road trip itinerary is Holy Week and Le Feria which both fall around April and Easter holidays.
Holy Week is celebrated in every city, town and village in Spain. During Easter week in Seville you'll see how the "cofradías" (religious brotherhoods) manage to withstand the enormous weight of elaborately decorated statues of the Virgin Mary as they parade through the narrow streets of the old town. Easter week is when the Sevilla community indulges in the tradition; donning long robes and pointy hoods to parade the streets of Seville in celebration. Millions of true believers crowd the streets in a moving display of faith, all the while planning an even wilder party in a couple of week’s time.
Le Feria de Abril or April Fair generally begins two weeks after the Easter Holy Week and is possibly the largest annual fair in Andalucia. This is a weeklong party of drink, food, fino (link sherry) and flamenco. It is a celebration of everything Spanish; dressing up and dancing, family and friends, traditional costumes and horses, daily bullfights and carriage rides. It is a very local and community event; the casetas are mostly private, being owned by companies, groups of friends, political parties, religious groups, families, etc. Which means that unless you know someone, you probably won't be dancing and drinking the night away in any of these colourful tents. However that’s not to say you can’t join in as there are some larger public ones, too, where everyone is welcome.
After everything you have been to see you are sure to be hungry so why no stumble upon the city’s food markets that offer some local treats; Seville is also the home to over 1000 tapa bars. This historic city attracts food-lovers from all over. Seville is famous for its cuisine, boasting superb seafood platters next to traditional recipes with multicultural roots. We always recommend checking out the special of the day.
These are just a few mere suggestions of what Seville has to offer. Here at WildCampers our local knowledge is key to success, however that is not to say you won’t find some hidden gems. We love to hear our customer’s stories and experience, we encourage you to send, tag and upload photos of your journey to help build and shape the WildCampers community. Head over to our social media accounts to see what other WildCampers® have been up to and to add your own stories. #WildCamperVans
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