Seville, in Spain, is known largely for its nightlife and the Cathedral of Seville, arguably the largest church in the world, second only to Saint Paul’s in London. However, there is so much more to explore and do in Seville. Transport in Seville is not up to the mark and most tourists in Seville rent cars. Make online bookings even before you begin your holiday. Avail of a car rental in Seville which is a reliable and efficient transportation you can find in this mind-blowing city.
Seville has more landmarks than you could possibly cram into your itinerary. With the Seville Cathedral, you also ought to visit the La Giralda Tower, the Jewish Quarter, the Casa de Pilatos, the Archivo Generale des Indies, and the Parque Maria Luisia, amongst the many other recreation and architectural spots in the city. The Archaeology Museum is another great place for you to spend lazy afternoons browsing through various gorgeous exhibits.
There are myriad things for you to do with a car for rent in Seville. Attending a bullfight is the most popular activity for tourists in Seville. Though the bullfighting arena is not as exquisite as that of Pamplona, you still are overawed by the sheer energy of the participants and the gory bloodshed that ensues later on. Shopping in open air bazaars is an experience exclusive to Seville. Also, you might want to hike to the nearby Mount Cerro de Carambolo for a bird’s eye view of the city.
You cannot head back home from Seville without experiencing the vigor on the streets at night. Seville not only has the best of discotheques and bar lounges, but also features gay hangout spots, opera shows, theatres and drama concerts, open air street food, and much more. To visit the best wine plazas in the city, you must rent a car in Seville and head to Café de Indias for delectable wine, Cerveceria la International for vintage wine and beer, and La Campana for good music and dancing.
There are plenty of good towns and cities waiting to be explored in close proximity to Seville. Some of them are La Algaba, Tomares, Brenes, El Viso del Alcor, and Dos Hermanas. You’d also have plenty of fun hitchhiking to the nearby valley along the Guadalquivir River, for serene views. All in all, Seville is a fun place to spend a vacation with family and friends. A car rental would add comfort and convenience to your exploration of the city.
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