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Transports & Metro in Seville

Public transport and airport transfers in Seville


Info about public transport options in Seville: bus, taxi, metro, train and airport transfers. Public transport in Seville.

Public transport in Seville

Metro: Since 2009 Seville has one metro line with 22 stations and at the moment they are busy working on three metro lines. The stops of the metro can be found here, but the line is primarily intended to connect you to the suburbs of Seville. A one-way trip starts at € 1.35 and look here for more information.

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Bus: Seville has a great network of buses. Most buses depart from Puerta de Jeres (south of city center) or Plaza Ponce de Leon (east of city center). The Plaza de las Armas is mainly a bus station to travel to other Spanish cities and from the bus station Prado de San Sebastián the local buses depart. Bus tickets are available from the driver (from € 1.30) or in a kiosk. City buses C1, C2, C3 and C4 run in, through and around the center. More information on busses of Tussam

metro sevilleTram (Metro-Centro) in Seville Tram (Metro-Centro) : The Metro-Centro tram is a 1.4 km line through the center of Seville. The tram connects Plaza Nueva to Avenida de la Constitucíon (near the cathedral). The tram stops at Archivo de Indias, Puerta de Jerez, San Sebastián and San Bernardo.

Train: Trains depart from Santa Justa station and are intended for transport between Spanish cities. More information on Renfe trains.

New: Public Transport Card (+ Airport Transfer)

Recently you can order a public transport card for Seville. This OV card (only € 35.00) includes the following:

  • 3 Days Public Transportation (valid for all busses, trams and metro's in Seville)
  • Private Airport Transfer to your accommodation in Seville (one-way); a driver will be waiting for you at the arrival hall
  • Audio guide for the Alcazar and the Cathedral of Seville
  • Discount code of 10% for many attractions and tours
  • More info and reservations

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How to get from the airport to the center of Seville?

Seville Airport is located 9 kilometres east of Seville. To go from the airport to the centre of Seville you have these options:

  • Taxi: The taxi will take you from Seville airport to the city centre in 15 to 20 minutes for a fixed price (about € 30). You can pre-book a taxi here.
  • Private transfer: Do you want a private transfer for up to four people, waiting for you at the airport? (€ 35, reserve online). Tip: If you book the abovementioned Public Transport Card, a airport transfer is already included.
  • Bus EA: The Aeropuerto Especial is a shuttle between the airport and the centre. In this bus from Tussam, you can buy a single ticket for € 4 (return € 6) and the journey from the airport takes 30 minutes. Buses leave for the arrival hall of the terminal. The stops are: Avenida Kansas City, Luis de Morales, San Bernardo, Prado Bus Station of San Sebastián, Paseo de Colón (near Torre del Oro), and the bus terminal Plaza de Armas. Departure times and more information.

Seville Hop on Hop off Bus

You can also choose to take the hop-on-hop-off bus. A 24 hour ticket for the hop-on-hop-off bus costs € 21 (€ 10 for children). The total route lasts 60 minutes and the bus runs every 20 to 30 minutes. More info and tickets. Tip: Do you also visit the Alcazar Palace? So this combi ticket is cheaper.

Taxi in Seville

taxi SevilleTaxis in Seville are cheap and always go by the meter. These official taxis are white and have a yellow line. There is a higher rate at night, weekends and holidays. You can take a taxi in two ways; You go to one of the many taxistands (close to every tourist sight) or stop one in the street. The taxi will take you from Seville airport to the city centre in 15 to 20 minutes for a fixed price (about € 28). A short trip to the city costs between 7 and 8 euros.

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