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Getting To Seville

Getting to Seville is extremely easy. Almost 35 airlines, excellent train networks and buses that frequently arrive and depart from the city are all excellent options. It will all depend on your schedule and itinerary.

You may also want to know more about moving around Seville.

 

By Plane

Do you intend to fly to Spain? In all likelihood, you’ll be flying here, unless you’re coming overland from Portugal or France.

Fortunately, with the appearance of low cost carriers in the market the chance to get cheap air flights to Spain has seriously increased. On top of it, very cheap international flights are also available from other parts of the world. It’s just a question of time to do some research and organize your trip in advance.

Seville is linked by air with the main cities of Spain and capitals of Europe. The airport is located just a few kilometers from the center and it is very easy to get there.

 

By Train

Are you considering train travel in Spain? Seville can be easily reached by train, especially from Madrid and Barcelona where you can catch a high speed train. Some suburbs and surrounding towns are also connected by train.

Whereas local trains (Cercanías) have very affordable fares, high speed ones (AVE) are considerably more expensive. Nevertheless, you can access lower fares particularly if you buy your tickets online.

Seville has one train station called Santa Justa and it’s located in the northeast area of the city, not very far away from the center.

 

By Bus

Bus travel in Spain is the cheapest and most affordable travel option but unfortunately not the fastest. Additionally, Spanish buses are generally modern, comfortable and reliable.

Getting to Seville by bus is easy, the city’s excellent location in the center of the country facilitates the communication with other cities. Seville has two main bus stations from which you can go to other regions of Spain or abroad.

If you intend to travel around Spain by bus, here’s a complete guide about bus travel in Spain.

 

By Car

Arriving to Seville by car is perhaps the slowest of options. However, you’ll get to see the unique Spanish countryside on your way here. So if you intend to go on a road trip, I’ve put up a complete guide on renting a car in Spain.

Before hiring a car you should be aware of the pros and cons of driving around Seville. If you haven’t been to Seville before you should consider using the excellent public transportation the city has instead.