The Giralda is one of the most important symbols of the city of Seville. It is the bell tower that forms part of the Santa María de la Sede Cathedral. To visit this historical point of interest you have to go to the historic centre, where the main Sevillian monuments are focused. Parking in Seville is quite complicated. At rush hour the traffic in the city is extremely heavy, but also, if what you want is to visit the historic centre of the city, you have to take into account that there are many narrow and intertwining streets in the area. It is usual that there are traffic restrictions in this popular area. Therefore, the best option is to park the car in one of the guarded car parks located in the centre of the city of Seville. Parclick makes this easy, since it has several cheap parking options in Seville. If you book parking with Parclick you need not worry about the car and traffic problems and you can just enjoy your visit to the Giralda and the old town of Seville. On this map you have some parking options near the Giralda in Sevilla.
The Giralda is part of the current bell tower of the Cathedral of Seville. Currently you can to visit this tower and enjoy a spectacular view of the city of Seville. In the historic centre you´ll find what for many is the best symbol of Seville. The lower two thirds of this tower represent the Almohad period, specifically the twelfth century. When becoming part of the Cathedral, during the Christian era, they proceeded to build the upper part of the tower, which is what forms the bell tower, since this is where the bells are located. The tower measures a total of 97.5 metres in height and, if the Giraldilla is included, it reaches up to 101 metres. For a long time it was the highest tower in the country. In 1928 it was declared a National Heritage bell tower and in 1987 the Giralda was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco. To visit the Giralda you can park in a Parclick car park in Seville and enjoy the very characteristic and special environment that welcomes this Sevillian architectural monument.