There are many options to arrive to Seville. Plane is the fastest and most comfortable one, especially if you’re coming from an international destination.
Here’s a step by step guide to getting to Seville Airport. There are several airport transfers that will get you from Seville’s city center to your terminal.
Here’s a step by step guide to arriving at Seville Airport. There are several airport transfers that will get you to Seville’s city center.
Seville Airport’s official name is Aeropuerto de Sevilla-San Pablo, so people refer to it as “San Pablo” to make it shorter. The IATA airport code for Seville is SVQ.
Are you planning to fly to Seville? There are many airlines offering direct flights to Seville from Madrid and Barcelona, as well as from other European cities.
Tipping in Seville, and in Spain in general, is completely different than in other countries. Tipping cultures vary from country to country, so where it is the norm in the United States for example, in Spain it’s not always necessary.
Check the official Seville bullfighting schedule if you plan to attend a bullfight. It includes all the corridas that will be held during the season as well as the novilladas.
La Maestranza (Seville’s bullring) holds bullfights from March or April until October.
Train travel from Seville is extremely easy, comfortable and safe. Whether you want to travel to a long-distance destination or somewhere nearby, Renfe offers you several options.
The Seville Combinado Cercanías is a free transfer onto suburban trains and trams. You get this perk after purchasing your AVE or Long Distance tickets directly from Renfe.