San Pablo Airport, Sevilla
1. By plane. Arrival in San Pablo airport.
2. By bus. There are two long-distance bus stations in town, with frequent service to the rest of Andalucía, the Mediterranean Coast and points north of the Sierra Morena and Portugal.
3. By train. Four classes of trains, including the hyper-speedy AVE service, connect Seville to Madrid.
By taxi, bus, car (car - rental), on foot...
British Airways fly direct from the UK or Renfe trains from Madrid
From the airport take 'yellow' bus to the city centre, easy to walk around the city!
Take a tour of Sevilla in a horse-drawn carriage. It is a great stress-free way to see the sites and experience the flavor of the city.
It is also a great city to walk around in - there is so much to see and experience in the narrow winding streets of the Barrio de Santa Cruz.
Driving around the city is very difficult. The streets are very narrow and directional signs are almost non-existent. Many streets change names every block so it is difficult to get around unless you really study a map and plot out your course.
Seville's San Pablo airport is well served by a range of domestic and international airlines. There are two long-distance bus stations in town, with frequent service to the rest of Andalucía, the Mediterranean Coast and points north of the Sierra Morena and Portugal. Four classes of trains, including the hyper-speedy AVE service, connect Seville to Madrid. Other transport options include renting a car or motorcycle and braving the jostling common out on the open road. Only the most hearty and adventurous cyclists tour the region.
Buses and taxis shuttle the 7km (4.3mi) between the San Pablo airport and the city center. In town, buses do brisk business circling the center. Bicycle rental is a common way to tool around town, but pounding the pavement on foot is a better way to see the innermost inner-city. When you're all pooped out and can't take no more, taxis await to carry you that extra mile back to your domicile.