Are you planning to go to Seville? Tourism is one of the major sources of income for the city. As a consequence it is very well prepared to receive visitors all year long. In fact, there are all sorts of infrastructures and means of transport that will take you almost anywhere you want.
The public company Renfe Spain manages the Seville Train Station, called Sevilla Santa Justa. It is the third-busiest station in Spain, servicing over 8 million travelers per year. Located in the eastern part of Seville’s city center and this contemporary station provides service to Córdoba, Málaga and Madrid via the AVE high-speed trains.
You should definitely get an international driver’s license if you intend to drive during a road trip around Spain. Under Spanish law, visitors on a 90-day limit stay or having a Schengen Tourist Visa may drive a vehicle in Spain if they hold a valid home country driving license and a valid international driving permit. On top of it, it is seen as proof to the police and the rental company that you have passed a test in […]
Metro Sevilla, the city subway, was recently inaugurated. The network has currently one line although the City Hall is running major works to expand it. The initial project includes a total of 4 lines by 2017 but the route of some of the lines has been very controversial and the works have been delayed.
Go to a bike on rent shop as soon as you get to Seville. It’s one of the best ways to discover the city.
Seville has one of the largest and oldest city centers in Europe. In other words, roads are almost never straight, most of them are one-way streets and to find one’s way is not particularly easy. As you can imagine, I don’t recommend you to drive inside the historical center (the rest of the city is fine, like any other […]
Seville city buses are run by Tussam, a municipal company. It has a network of 40+ bus lines, plus 6 nightly ones and 1 tram line.