Standing proudly as the artistic, cultural and financial centre of southern Spain stands Seville - a city with a history that can be traced back over 2,000 years and a current population of 700,000 or so Sevillanos and Sevillanas. Many and varied are the civilisations and cultural movements involved in the city’s development, including Arabic, medieval, renaissance and baroque. Notable local food and drink to be enjoyed includes fried and grilled seafood, grilled meats in sauces, Andalusian ham, sherry and snails. But don’t be tempted to try a Seville orange: much too bitter for modern tastes, they are mostly used to make marmalade.
Sending parcels to Seville is simplicity itself, once you know which of the many ways to make that happen you should adopt as the best. We’ve learnt a thing or two in our years spent working hard to become the UK’s biggest online parcel delivery service, and one of the major nuggets we’ve made our mantra is that a parcel to Seville should always be delivered courtesy of a courier to Seville. Not a humble postie, who has so much else to contend with, but a nice, shiny, up-to-date courier with fewer things to deliver and more chance of doing it on time and un-delayed.
The big names are the ones to go for, like TNT, FedEx and Parcelforce, but that’s easier said than done. Making a comparison between them all can be a tricky and time-consuming business, what with the different jargon they adopt, pricing structures you’d need a degree in maths to work out and a general inability to make life easy for a cost-conscious customer. Far, far better to stick with us for your parcel delivery to Seville because we’ve plucked out just the most important details from the major companies so you can choose easily and with confidence. What’s more, you’ll find our prices reassuringly less than the companies themselves are offering.
So you can send a parcel to Seville without a qualm, paying less, and choosing the best method - all you have to remember is to include the vital 5-digit códigos postale (postcode) in the address.