Access to Seville is efficient and varied, making it not only a tourist destination in itself, but also the gateway to the Region of Andalusia. As well as the High-Speed Train Station and the International Airport, the city also has a category one port on the River Guadalquivir, the only navigable inland waterway in Spain.
Situated only 10 km from the city centre, it was designed to cater for eight
million passengers a year. There are regular flights
to many Spanish provincial capitals and over 30
There is a bus service between the airport and the city centre from 4:30 a.m. until 1:10 a.m.
T +34 902 210 317.
Single Ticket: €2.40
Return Ticket: €4.20
Monthly Pass: €40
Train services are centred at the Santa Justa Station, the terminal for the AVE High-Speed Train and the Talgo 200 services. These trains have reduced the travelling time from Seville to B arcelona to five and a half hours, from Seville to Madrid to two and a half hours, to Cordoba, just 40 minutes and to Malaga, 1 hour 50 minutes.
The network of city bus routes in Seville covers an area of 142 km2, with 41 routes of a total length of 522 km. The fleet consists of 398 modern buses, most equipped with air conditioning.