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Seville’s main bus station is called Estación de Plaza de Armas. Fortunately, it is very well connected with the Tussam city buses and you can even walk to some areas of the city center from there.
Located by the river, right outside the historical city center of Seville, Plaza de Armas is the more modern of the two bus stations in Seville, and it was inaugurated in 1992.
This bus station serves destinations in Andalucía (Córdoba, Granada, Málaga, Huelva) and many of the towns to the north and the west of the city (Carmona, Ronda) and other regions of Spain, including Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Cáceres, Mérida, Asturias and Galicia. Bus departing from this station travel to Portugal and France as well.
In addition to this, the bus station is also an intercambiador de transporte, or public transportation hub.
Alternatively, you may be interested in reading about getting to Seville by bus.
The bus station opens Sunday to Thursday from 5:30 to 1:30 and it does not close on Friday and Saturday.
Almost all the routes operating from Estación Plaza de Armas belong to Alsa, Autocares Valenzuela, Basebus, Casal, Damas, Elitur, Eurolines, Flixbus, Leda, Milo, Paulino, Socibus, Tabitatour, Transtres.
You can safely leave your stuff at the lockers located in the main hall (floor 0). They are available while the bus station is open.
All companies have tickets offices, and the major ones do offer ticket machines as well.
But the easiest and most comfortable option is to purchase your tickets online.
The bus station is also an intercambiador de transporte, or public transportation hub. It includes city buses, interurban buses and interregional buses.
You can also get there taking the Seville city buses (lines 3, 6, 21, 43, A2, A7, C3, EA).
If you are considering renting a car you won’t find any car rental office at the Estación Plaza de Armas bus station.
The cabs are located in front of the bus station main entrance. You will have to pay a surcharge for travelling from the bus station.
Seville receives a lot of foreigners every year and taxi drivers know it. Taxis at Estación Plaza de Armas generally have a very bad reputation.
Please, make sure you know the exact address you are going to. Do some research in advance and spend some time in front of a map to get an idea of your route. If you can, provide some directions to the driver. At the end of the trip check the final fare and the change you receive!
I definitely don’t recommend taking a cab at Estación Plaza de Armas. Unless you are in a hurry or you have no other means of transport, avoid taking a taxi!
However, in other areas of the city, catching a taxi is fine. Here is some practical advice to avoid bad surprises using the Seville taxi service.
Estación Plaza de Armas bus station is located in one of the main avenues of the city center so it’s pretty easy to find it.
There is only one car park located behind the main building (the entrance is before entering the , also known as Puente del Cachorro).
Estación Plaza de Armas is very well connected with Seville Airport.
If you need to go from Estación Plaza de Armas to Seville Airport, the best option is to take a bus on line EA. This is the fastest option and the bus will drop you at the passengers terminal.
Santa Justa is the city’s most important train station.
To get there from Estación Plaza de Armas, the easiest and fastest way is to take a bus on line 21 towards Polígono San Pablo. You need to catch it on Calle Torneo (next to the bus station main building).
Estación del Prado is the second most important train station of Seville.
To get there from , the easiest and fastest way is to take a bus on line 21 towards Polígono San Pablo. You need to catch it on Calle Torneo (next to the bus station main building).
This article is part of a complete tutorial about bus travel in Spain where you can read all the information you need to organize your road trip around the country.
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