How to get here and how to get around , Seville: Guide Seville: Spain - Nozio 0%

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Seville How To Get Here And How To Get Around, Spain

By Plane
Seville is situated in the southeast area of the Iberian Peninsula. It is easy to reach by plane, with numerous airlines and low cost carriers that stop at its international airport as well as in nearby Cadiz and Huelva.

Seville
's airport is called “San Pablo”, and it's just 10 km from the city center. A short taxi ride (20-25 Euros) will take you to the heart of the city in less than 20 minutes, and if you take the bus you will get there in 35 minutes (2 Euros /leaves every 30 minutes).

If you choose to land at the Cadiz airport, you can get to Seville by taking highway A4 (120 km), and if you come from Huelva you will need to take highway A49 for about 100km.

By Car
Andalusia has an excellent road network that allows you to travel easily from one city to another. Once you are in Spain, you can reach Seville with highways A4 (from the south and from Madrid), A66 (from the north) and A92 (from Granada).

By Train
The AVE train leaves Madrid (15 trips a day) and arrives in Seville in just 2 hours and 45 minutes. The "Santa Justa" train station is a short walk from the city center.

By Bus
Every day numerous international and national lines stop at Plaza de Armas, while the regional lines arrive at the Prado de San Sebastian station.



Getting Around Seville
Getting around Seville is easy, thanks to an almost entirely pedestrian city center with small streets, picturesque corners and gorgeous golden palaces. It is recommended to walk as much as possible and take the bus to get to the city center. The taxi is the most convenient way to get around, especially at night.

Buses: There are buses at all hours and most of them go to Plaza de la Encarnacion and Plaza Nueva, where there is a weekend night service until 7:00 am. The lines most used for a tourist trip are the C1 and the C2. We recommend the Bonobus pass: at 5 Euros, it is good for 10 trips with a savings of almost 40%.

Bicycle: At Paseo Colón and Parque de Mara Luisa you can rent a bicycle and travel the whole city. The best seasons to do this are spring and autumn, considering the high summer temperatures. For less than 60 Euros you can rent a bike for the whole week.

Car: If you decide to travel by car, remember that Seville has narrow streets and finding parking is quite a feat.

Other: There are other ways to get around and enjoy the city: a romantic carriage ride starting at Seville's cathedral (around 40 Euros), or a charming trip along the Guadalquivir, from 10 am to 11 pm, leaving the famous Torre de Oro, or Golden Tower (15 Euros).



Sevilla Card: Convenient and useful, this card gives you access to almost all the museums and monuments in the city and its surroundings, it gets you trips on tourist buses, the Guadalquivir cruise and the entrance to the fun Isla Magica Theme Park. It also offers discounts at restaurants, stores, shows and includes a card with useful information in five languages. It can be purchased at tourist offices, travel agencies, airports and train stations.

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