Overland Coach, Sevilla

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    Coaching around Spain

    by sandysmith Updated May 27, 2006

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    Well our 2 days in Seville was up and time to head for the coast and Marbella - the 3 hour coach journey was our choice. Our bus left at 4pm so time for a snooze on the coach with arrival in plenty of time for the VT dinner in the old heart of Marbella. Travelling around Spain by coach is quite popular - more so than by train I think and its cheaper. The buses depart from El Prado de San Sebastían bus station, tickets should be purchased in advanced from the ticket office (they may only be open at certain times too) and often have numbered seats too- so check where you sit!

    Note that local buses within Sevilla area depart from Plaza de Armas - other end of the city!

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    Buses from Seville, Spain to Faro, Portugal

    by Pakistaniguy Written May 17, 2004

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    A view from my seat in Eurolines bus to Faro

    There are Euro lines buses from Seville to Faro which i suppose are the best in quality on this specific route but there are 2 more local companies which operate buses on this route. The fare is almost the same but the difference is the type of vehicle and the quality and punctuality.

    Euro lines gives a 10 % reduction to the people under 26 yrs. If you buy a return ticket, its a bit cheaper than 2 seperate one way tickets. I bought my Return Ticket between Seville and Faro for 22.5 Euros.

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  • We rode a bus from...

    by Mayonie Updated Aug 24, 2002

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    We rode a bus from Albufeira,Portugal going to Seville,Spain. The bus ride was comfortable and lasted over 3 hrs.

    It is advisable to travel by train between cities, Spain has an excellent railway system (check out www.renfe.es). We arranged all our train tickets in Seville's Santa Justa Train Station- i.e. Seville-Cordoba-Seville, Seville-Madrid, Madrid-Barcelona and Barcelona-Paris,France! The train ticket staff was extremely helpful... patiently gave us the best options available and platform directions, etc!
    No Metro/Subway but buses & taxis are adequate/good.

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    Linesur: Sevilla - Algeciras, Schedule and Fare

    by Mozumbus Written Oct 18, 2009

    One way fare: 17.06 Euro
    Return Fare: 27.60

    Algeciras - Sevilla (departure schedule)
    Lunes a Viernes Laborables: 0630, 0900, 1100, 1300, 1430, 1730, 1900, 2100
    Sabados Laborables: 0900, 1100, 1300, 1430, 1730, 1900, 2100
    Domingos y Festivos: 0900, 1100, 1300, 1430, 1730, 1900, 2100

    Sevilla - Algeciras (departure schedule)
    Lunes a Viernes Laborables: 0600, 0715, 1030, 1300, 1530, 1630, 1830, 2100
    Sabados Laborables: 0715, 1030, 1300, 1530, 1630, 1830, 2100
    Domingos y Festivos: 0715, 1030, 1300, 1530, 1630, 1830, 2100

    (Noted on June 19, 2009)

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    Linesur: Sevilla - Jerez, Schedule and Fare

    by Mozumbus Written Oct 18, 2009

    One way fare: 7.30 Euro
    Return Fare: 11.68

    Jerez - Sevilla (departure schedule)
    Lunes a Viernes Laborables: 0800, 1030, 1230, 1430, 1600, 2030, 2230
    Sabados Laborables: 1030, 1230, 1430, 1600, 1900, 2030, 2230
    Domingos y Festivos: 1030, 1230, 1430, 1600, 1900, 2030, 2230

    Sevilla - Jerez (departure schedule)
    Lunes a Viernes Laborables: 0600, 0715, 1030, 1300, 1630, 1830, 2100
    Sabados Laborables: 0715, 1030, 1300, 1530, 1630, 1830, 2100
    Domingos y Festivos: 0715, 1030, 1300, 1530, 1630, 1830, 2100

    (Noted on June 19, 2009)

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  • I travelled by plane to Malaga...

    by smarcroft Written Aug 24, 2002

    I travelled by plane to Malaga and caught a coach to travel to Sevilla. I recommend this, even though the coach journey is a long one, the sights are breath taking, I was amazed at the beauty of the area.
    The best way to get around Sevilla, is to simply walk every where. Their driving laws are very lax to say the least and when you walk you don't miss anything, just free to roam. If you are there for a week or two, I do advise walking or cycling, whereas if you are there for a couple of days perhaps a car would help, but I can't really help you there.

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    Buses from Jerez to Seville

    by Pakistaniguy Written May 17, 2004
    San Sebastian Bus Station in Seville

    If you are flying with Ryan air so you would arriving in Jerez which is not too far away from Seville. There are Linesur company's buses from Jerez to Seville. The bus was in a good condition and the trip was 1 hour 10 minutes. The one way ticket was 5.7 Euros.

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    I came here with the coach...

    by Maggies Written Sep 12, 2002

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    I came here with the coach from Granada. It takes about 3 hours and is very convienient.
    The best way for getting around Sevilla is on foot. Just walk and enjoy beautiful Sevilla.

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