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.
There are often cheap flights to Seville all year round, but be sure to book as soon as possible, especially if you plan to travel during high season for the best prices.
If you’re traveling from outside Europe, there are no direct flights except from Morocco. The quickest route is via Madrid.
One of the first but easily also one of the most frustrating parts of planning a trip, is finding cheap flights.
I love taking a plane. Over the years I’ve flown so much that I’ve picked up a few tips and tricks along the way that can make your life a lot easier in these early stages of planning your trip to Seville.
How cheap you can get your flights also largely depends on how flexible your airport of departure is, as well as the dates you want to fly.
But that’s just one part of the research… It would be cool to know the best way to exit the Seville Airport once you’ve landed here, wouldn’t it?
To answer all your questions and provide all the practical information you need to know, here’s a complete guide to fly to Seville:
1. How to find very cheap international flights
2. Looking for cheap air flights to Spain?
3. Getting to Seville by plane
4. Seville Airport guide: Aeropuerto de Sevilla-San Pablo
5. Guide on Seville Airport transfers
6. Arriving at Seville Airport: exit the airport after landing
7. Getting to Seville Airport: go to the airport from the city center
8. Seville Airport hotels
As you may have guessed, there are certain times of the year that are high season in Seville.
From a weather point of view, if we want to enjoy Seville with a pleasant temperature, spring and autumn are the best times without a doubt. In winter, it can be very humid and the days are short. In summer, on the other hand, the heat is super intense.
The best time to visit Seville is between September and January. But, in the end, it’s all about balancing the best time to travel with low price periods.
Anyway, I always say that the best time is when you can travel. Because Seville is worthwhile in all four seasons.
Of course, if you can be flexible, you can go on a date that is not too expensive and also has good weather.
No doubt about it. For me, this question is a no-brainer.
We’re talking about trips that, between flights, hotels and other expenses, are an important investment of time and money. Hopefully nothing ever happens and, generally, it does not. But in case it does, being covered for any eventuality will give you peace of mind.
And I’m not only talking about medical expenses, which can be very expensive. I’m also talking about insurance to cover delays that could lead to missed flights. Or loss of luggage. Or many other terrible situations. A good travel insurance covers all these situations.
Generally speaking, it will be enough to have a valid passport for at least 3 months and a return ticket to your country.
By the way, make sure that your passport is valid for the duration of your stay in Seville. If it expires while you are here, you’ll have problems.
In some cases, your passport will still have to be valid for at least 6 months.
If you plan to travel to Spain, visa procedures will depend on your nationality. Not everybody needs a visa to enter Spain and special conditions apply to most European countries, especially to member countries of the European Union.
The simple answer is: as much time as possible.
If you’ve got about a week or two in Spain, your first decision must be determining how many days you should spend in Seville.
No matter how much time you have in the city, have a look at my Seville itineraries, which are designed to help you make the best of your time.