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Travel guide Seville

Getting there and awayGetting there and away

By Air:

* Seville Airport. San Pablo:
The Airport is located at the km 533 of the A-4 road to Madrid. From here, you will find flights to and from several European countries. The main airlines that operate in this airport are: Iberia (daily flights to Valencia, Bilbao, Madrid, Barcelona, London & Paris), Spanair, Air Europa, British Airways (to London), Royal Air Morocco, Brussels Airlines (to Brussel), Air Berlin & Ryanair.
Tel: (+34) 902 40 47 04 (AENA Customer Assistance Service)
Web: www.aena.es  


By Train:

* Estación de Santa Justa (St. Justa Station):
It's located 1.5 Km northwest of the city center. Currently, taking the high speed train, AVE, it has become the best way to get to Seville from Madrid (2½ hours). Altaria offers two daily services (3½ hours)
Other destinations are Barcelona (around 11 hours), Cáceres (5¾ hours), Cádiz (1½ hours), Córdoba (around 1 hour), Granada (3¼ hours), Huelva (1½ hours), Jerez de la Frontera (one hour), Málaga (2½ hours), Mérida (3¾ hours) y Lisboa (16 hours)
Avenida Kansas City
(+34) 954 41 41 11 (Station's telephone) / 902 24 02 02 (RENFE Customer Service)


By Bus:

* Estación de Autobuses Prado de San Sebastián (Prado de San Sebastián Bus Station):
Most of the buses offered here are to and from Andalusian cities, such as Cádiz (1½ hours), Córdoba (1½ hours), Granada (3 hours), Jerez de la Frontera (1¼ hours), Málaga (2½ hours), Arcos de la Frontera (2 hours), Tarifa (3 hours) y Ronda (2½ hours).
Plaza San Sebastián
(+34) 954 41 71 11 

* Estación de Autobuses Plaza de Armas (Plaza de Armas Bus Station):
It hosts the local services, such as El Rocío (1½ hours), national such as Madrid (6 hours), Huelva (1¼ hours), Mérida (3 hours), Cáceres (4 hours) and the cities in Castilla y León. Also offers buses to Portugal.
Manuel Vázquez Sagastizábal, s/n
(+34) 954 90 80 40

  • Alsa – Enatcar
    If offers two daily services to Lisboa (7½ hours), one via Badajoz & Évora (Portugal) and the other via Faro.
    Tel: (+34) 902 42 22 42
    Web: www.alsa.es

By Car or Motorbike:
These are the main roads commutating Seville with the other cities in Spain:

  • Highway A-4 communicates Seville with Cádiz, goes up to Cordoba and ends in Madrid.
  • Road N-IV (E5) also connects Andalusia with Madrid through Cordoba.
  • Highway A-92 goes to Granada, Málaga and the Costa del Sol.
  • Highway A-49 leads to Huelva and goes into Portugal.
  • From highway A-66 you can take road N-630, which is the old Vía de la Plata (The road of the Silver). It goes north, to Mérida, Castilla y León and Asturias, through a quite long historical journey that has been revalued as a cultural and landscape route.
  • The circle road SE-30 surrounds the city and has plenty of exits into the city and into all the roads mentioned before.

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