Travel, transport and flights to and from Seville
How do you travel to, from and in Seville? Below are helpful tips and travel advices for
flights and accessibility. Also if you want to see the surroundings of Seville or making a
round trip through Andalusia.
How do you travel to, from and in Seville? Below are useful tips and travel advice for flights, transfer and
accessibility. You will find here the most important information about how you can travel in and around Seville
by bicycle, (rental) car, taxi, bus, train, tram, subway or metro.
Flights or fly to Seville?
In about 2.5 hours you fly from the most and biggest North European cities directly to sunny Seville. Seville has
a small but modern airport
which has sufficient conveniences.
The price for a flight can be very cheap but note that this is a direct flight. Switching takes (a lot of) time
and that comes at the expense of your city trip or visit to Seville.
The distance to Seville centre is about 9 km. Read here how to get to your
destination in Seville the cheapest and easiest.
From the Airport to Seville (transfer)
Seville has its own airport of which a special bus (autobús AE) goes to the center of Seville every 30
minutes. There is only one bus (EA) and the stop is outside on the left when you walk out of the arrival hall.
You buy a ticket on the bus for € 4 and in less than twenty minutes you are in the center.
Click here for
bus times and stops.
This special bus runs in principle until after the last arrival of a flight but does not take into account any
Prefer a taxi as transport? That is also possible. Count on about € 30 up to € 45 per taxi to the direct center (one
way and daytime only). In the evening, at night, Sundays and holidays unfortunately other (more expensive) rates
Bus, tram, metro or subway in Seville (Public transport)
The bus, train, tram or subway? Seville has it all. Public transport is well organized and very economical! Bus
and tram costs € 1.60 per ride. You can also purchase a bono card for € 8. at a
Estanco (tobacco shop). Which you can recharge but you pay only the half per ride! Go to the
Tussam website, the Sevillian public carrier
(unfortunately only in Spanish but translate with Google translater). The bus, tram, metro or subway are mainly
used by commuters from the surrounding villages.
Rent a bike or bicycle in Seville
A bicycle is just as convenient to get around the old centre. Seville has a large network of (green colored)
bike lanes or bicycle paths. You can use
Sevici Bicis. These are bikes that you can grab and park at
various Sevici stations in the city. You pay only the price of € 15. for 7 days when you park the bike the
bike again of the other 250 bike stations within half an hour. If you use the bicycle for more than half an hour,
an additional charge per hour applies.
Want always to be sure of your 'own' bike? Avoiding the chance that your Sevici bicycle is not functioning
properly or that you always have to look for a Sevici bike station? Then is the best option to rent a bike. We
can provide this economical and easy so you are assured of a safe bicycle on arrival (€ 10 whole day).
Send simply and free of obligation an e-mail to
. For more information click here or visit
Pia Bikes Seville. Canceling is always free and you only pay when
you pick up the bike. A free break down service is also included.
Rent a car in Seville
Ideal for day tours and trips if you want maximum mobility. Seville has a large number of providers of car rental
at both the airport and the main railway station. At the reputable companies you can drop off your rental car at
a different locations or airports. Super useful when you are going to make a roundtrip through Andalusia. The
prices are unfortunately depending on the season and the pick up place. Rent your car economicaly through
Seville by car
Do you come with a car to the center? Then follow the signs centro ciudad. But you rather not
drive into the old centre. This is a true labyrinth with many one way roads and narrow streets. It is so close
that your navigation is easy to make mistakes. In addition, the 'driving habits' are clearly different than in
the North European countries. Finding a car without any damage is a specialty. Therefore park your car just
outside the old city centre in one of the parking garages. The fare is around € 17.50
for a day pass.
Of course Seville has also free (unpaid) or paid parking places besides the parking garages. Often you see
impoverished Sevillians which indicate you to the quite rare places. This 'service' is not provided for free but
a small fee of € 0.50 or something more is satisfying. However, it is also a paid site? Then you must in
addition to the 'pointing fee' also fill the parking meter...
Seville by train
Would you like a trip to another city or to the beach? Also consider the public transport. By train
(Renfe) you get from Santa Justa train
station very easy and quick in
Córdoba. Take the high speed train
that takes you up to 300 km/h comfortably to your destination (plus fixed, reserved seats). But you can also go
cheaper by bus from the bus stations
Prado San Sebastián or
Plaza de Armas to several towns and villages
in the area or to the beach.