getting to SEVILLA
Sevilla is a popular tourist destination and there are several flights and trains connecting it both to other Spanish locations and the rest of Europe. The city itself is very well connected, with an extensive public transportation system, walkable distances and plenty of taxis around.
Arriving by plane
Flights arrive at Sevilla directly from various European cities (http://www.aena.es/en/sevilla-airport/destinations.html) like London Stansted and Gatwick, Bristol, Liverpool, Dublin, Frankfurt, Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Rome and Milan, or through Madrid, Barcelona and other Spanish airports. San Pablo airport is located 10 km north-east of Sevilla.
To get from Sevilla airport to the city centre there are two options:
To go from the airport of Sevilla to the centre of the city and vice versa, there is an urban bus transport line (Line EA) that connects both points, with stops, including the AVE station. At the airport, the bus stop is outside the terminal and the service runs 365 days a year: busses from the airport to Sevilla centre run from 4:30 to 1:15; busses from Sevilla centre to the Airport run from 4:30 to 00:15.
The journey takes about 30 minutes, depending on traffic. Stops are: Airport – Kansas City – Santa Justa Station (AVE, train station) – Luis de Morales – Metro San Bernado / RENFE – Carlos V Avenue (Jardines del Prado) – Paseo Colón (where is the Torre del Oro) – Plaza de Armas (bus station).
The ticket can be bought on board the bus directly from the driver. The price of the single ticket is € 4; the price of the return ticket is € 6.
- by taxi
To get from the airport to the city, you can either take a taxi, that you can find just outside the airport, at the taxi rank. Please bear in mind that not all taxis take credit cards and if they do there might be a charge. The fare for taxis to/from the airport (Tarifa 3) is around 25 euro.
The fare for taxis to/from the airport at weekends, night time (9 pm-7 am) and public holidays is 30 euro. Surcharge for luggage is 0.50 euro per piece.
Arriving by train
Sevilla’s main train station is Santa Justa, located to the north of the city centre on Avenida Kansas City. It has shops (including a newsagent selling foreign press), restaurants and bars, several car parks, car hire offices, a taxi rank and bus stop.
One of the fastest and most comfortable ways to arrive in Seville is on the AVE , the high-speed long-distance train which has services arriving from Madrid, Barcelona, Malaga and Cordoba throughout the day.
From the train station, you can take a bus to the city center (n. C1-C4-C5). Sevilla has an extensive bus network, covering all barrios around the city. The circular buses, C3 and C4, follow the ring road around the old city centre. One small bus takes a circular route inside the centre, the C5. They run from about 6am to 11.30pm, with night buses leaving from the Prado from 12 midnight to 2am. Tickets cost 1.40 euros per trip, bought onboard.
From the train station, you can take a taxi into the city centre. The taxi rank is outside the main (front) entrance to the station. A taxi to the centre costs around 4-5 euros.
Last but not least, you can also use the Sevici bicycle hire service, if you’re registered.
TRANSPORTS IN SEVILLA
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