If you’re willing to pay for parking, you can usually find a parking space. The cheapest paid parking is in the blue zones, which can be found throughout the city. Insider tip: The further away you are from the city center, the easier it will be to find a parking space. We recommend mobile Apps to find free parking spaces and even to extend your stay in the blue zone. In Seville, the blue zone is regulated by AUSSA, which also has a smartphone App.
You can also consider underground parking garages, such as Parking Saba, but it is important to check the maximum height to make sure the vehicle will fit. The VW California Surfer Suite will be easiest to find parking for, but with our larger campers, you may have difficulties.
In Seville, as in many other Spanish cities, there are “parking gorillas” who will help you find a free parking space and ask you for a small fee in return. You don’t have to give them anything, as they won’t be watching your vehicle, but we advise you pay a small amount to prevent them from damaging your vehicle.