How to get to Seville
Seville has excellent road and rail communications for quick and convenient access to the city by whichever means of transport you choose.
- By Air: The airport is ten kilometres north of the city, close to the A-4 motorway.When going from the airport to the city centre, visitors can opt for a taxi (30 € aprox.) or take a special bus service, connecting the Plaza de Armas bus station in the centre of the city with the airport, with different stops throughout the city. The journey takes approximately 35 minutes. A one-way ticket costs €4 and a return ticket €6. Click here to download a timetable for this bus service. More information: Public transport company TUSSAM +34 955010010.
- By Train: Seville has been served by the high-speed train (AVE) since 1992, provided by Renfe. These trains offer some twenty daily services (in each direction) between Seville and Madrid, with a maximum journey time of around two and a half hours (timeline here). The AVE also connects with Malaga (International Airport) in around two hours, with Barcelona, in around five and a half hours, and with Valencia in a little less than four hours. Santa Justa Station is located on Avenida de Kansas City, just a few minutes’ walk from the historic city centre. Seville is also served by other long-distance railway lines. There are also regional services connecting Seville with the other provincial capitals in Andalusia, and with numerous towns and villages.
- By Bus: There are two bus and coach stations in the city. The main one is on Plaza de Armas, with numerous daily national and international services. The Prado de San Sebastián bus station operates scheduled regional services.
- By Car: A good way to get to Seville is by road – there is a good road network with several motorways (toll and free). The most important is the A-4, which connects Andalusia and Madrid. Granada and the Costa del Sol (Malaga, International Airport) are linked with Seville by the A-92 motorway. Travel to Portugal is on the A-49 motorway. All access to motorways and main roads is from the SE-30 ring road around Seville, with numerous points of access into the city centre.