Parking in the Centre of Seville

Seville is a reference point of Andalusian culture and its historic centre is as big as the innumerable treasures it houses in it. If you visit the city of Seville do not forget to visit this area where you will be amazed by some of the buildings and you will have more than 'deja vú' when you watch some scenes from your favourite films.

In the centre you will find amazing terraces where you can enjoy tapas which is a traditional thing to do in streets of Seville. Some fried anchovies, patatas bravas, a Russian salad...it can make your mouth water just thinking about it, do not miss the opportunity.

The only downside is that like any proud historical centre, Seville has narrow streets, so the traffic is awful. In addition, the parking area is regulated by the GES (Surface Parking Management in English), which quite simply means that you´ll have to use a parking meter for leaving the car, and pay a couple of euros for a dodgy deal. Therefore, we recommend that you run away from those problems and that you trust Parclick, because in two minutes you can reserve a place in a guarded parking lot in the place that best suits you.

If you also visit the city at Easter or during the Feria de Abril (April Fair), forget about parking, because among the uproar of people who gather here plus the number of closed off streets, it will make it so difficult that not even Tom Cruise could solve this Mission Impossible.

The Centre of Seville

The largest historic centre in Europe

The centre of Seville has the largest historic centre in Europe. Yes, that´s right, it is the largest in the continent and therefore there are also more points of interest than in any other. Among them there are several that have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, such as the Archivo de Indias (Archive of the Indies), the Cathedral or the Alcázar. But you can not miss the Giralda or the Maestranza.

Also enjoy the great weather in this city (apologies in advance if you get a rainy day) in one of the terraces of the Plaza de España or Paseo de Colón. Taste also the fino (fine wine), a dry white wine from the area that will delight your palate…or not, but everyone has different taste.

Allow time for a walk through the La Cruz neighbourhood, but keep in mind that this neighbourhood is only enjoyed by foot…so no cars! But this is no longer a problem, because you can choose the parking that best suits you through the interactive Parclick map that will also allow you to choose the best price. Stop reading and travel to Seville, you will not regret it.

Points of interest near Seville Centre in Seville