How to get to Seville?

Seville is perfectly connected by different means of air transport.


San Pablo International Airport, located just 10 kilometres from the city centre, connects the city with the main European metropolises: Paris, London, Rome, Brussels, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Geneva, Milan, Munich, Lisbon, Lyon, Manchester, among others. Seville airport's international connectivity covers more than 50 European cities.

The airport has an excellent car park, with access to the arrivals and departures lounges, which offers all the necessary modalities: long, medium and short stay parking. The journey by car between the city (from the city centre or its ring roads) and the airport usually takes about 15 minutes.

There is a special bus service (EA) every day of the year between the airport and the inner city with ten intermediate stops, including those next to the Santa Justa railway station, and next to the bus stations of Plaza de Armas and Prado de San Sebastián. The usual frequency is every 12-15 minutes. The journey takes about 30 minutes. Price of a single journey ticket: 4€. Price of a return ticket: 6€.

The taxi fare between the city and the airport, or between the airport and the city, is 23,53€ from Monday to Friday on weekdays between 07:00h and 21:00h. The fare for the journey is 26,23€ on weekdays from 21:00h to 07:00h, and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays at any time.

Carretera N-IV Madrid-Cádiz, km. 532

(41020) Sevilla

+34 954 44 90 00


The Seville-Santa Justa railway station is the third largest in Spain in terms of passenger numbers, after Madrid-Atocha and Barcelona-Sants. The high-speed line, AVE, connects Seville with numerous Spanish cities in relatively short periods of time, such as Madrid, Cordoba, Cadiz, Malaga, Huelva, Granada, Valencia, Barcelona and Zaragoza. Thanks to the development of this type of train in Europe, it is now possible to travel thousands of kilometres from Seville or to Seville while still using the high-speed train.

Santa Justa Station is the winner of the National Architecture Prize, the work of the Sevillian architectural studio Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos. It was built in 1992 as the origin and destination of the first high-speed railway line in Spain. Its location is very convenient, it is only a 15-minute walk from the city centre. Santa Justa is also the hub of the network of five suburban train lines, which connect 18 municipalities in the province of Seville with stops in the interior of the capital.

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41007 Sevilla

+34 902 432 343


Seville is perfectly connected by road. A network of highways connects it from all points of the compass: A-49 with Huelva and Portugal; A-92 with Malaga, Granada and Almeria; A-4 with Cordoba and Madrid, A-66 with Extremadura and the north of Spain along Ruta de la Plata.

The ring roads that facilitate mobility around the city and its metropolitan area are SE-30, the Ronda Super Norte and SE-40.

Huelva: from 91 kms (A-49)

Cádiz: from 120 kms. (AP-4)

Jerez: from 85 kms. (AP-4)

Córdoba: from 140 kms. (A4)

Málaga: from 205 kms. (A-92)

Granada: from 250 kms. (A-92)

Madrid: from 530 kms. (A4)


Seville has two bus stations, both very well located in the city centre. Plaza de Armas Station is the main one and connects it with 36 municipalities in the metropolitan area of Seville (among others, Mairena del Aljarafe, La Rinconada, Tomares, Coria del Rio, Santiponce) and with 10 municipalities in Sierra Norte of Seville; as well as with the provinces of Cordoba, Malaga, Huelva, Granada, Jaen and Almeria; with the autonomous communities of Madrid, Extremadura, Murcia, Valencia, Castilla-Leon, Catalonia, Galicia and Asturias; and with cities in Portugal, Morocco, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany and Romania.

Prado de San Sebastián Station connects Seville with important municipalities in the metropolitan area, such as Alcalá de Guadaíra, Dos Hermanas and Utrera, and others such as El Viso del Alcor, Mairena del Alcor, Carmona, Marchena, Arahal, Los Palacios, Lebrija, Osuna, Estepa; and also, with municipalities in the province of Cádiz.

Estación de Autobuses Prado de San Sebastián

Plaza San Sebastián 41004 Sevilla

+34 955 47 92 90

Puente del Cristo de la Expiración S/N 41001Sevilla

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Finally, another way to get to Seville is by sailing the Guadalquivir River. The Port of Seville is an inland seaport located in the Guadalquivir estuary. From its mouth in the Atlantic, in Sanlúcar de Barrameda in Cádiz, and after a journey of 90 km, approximately 5 hours of navigation, you reach the port facilities of the capital, accessing through the lock, the only one of its kind in Spain.

Seville is also a stopover for numerous international cruise ships which throughout the year dock at the cruise terminal of the Port of Seville, located in Muelle de las Delicias, just 10 minutes’ walk from the monumental centre, and next to the main and historic park of Seville: Maria Luisa Park..

There are several sport clubs where vessels such as yachts and other types of pleasure boats can dock: