Sevilla Transportation

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    by lotharscheer
  • Sevilla
    Sevilla
    by lotharscheer
  • Sevilla
    Sevilla
    by lotharscheer

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  • 1. City Bus

    A few VTers have said they have no problem taking a subway or metro but they find buses too difficult. While I can understand their concerns, Sevilla's bus system is well laid out and...

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  • 2. Santa Justa station

    Santa Justa is the train station in Seville, and it's in the Nervion district. There are trains connecting Seville to many cities and towns in Andalusia and beyond. I took a train to go to Jerez de la...

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  • 3. San Pablo Airport

    The line EA goes from the Plaza de Armas in the city centre to the airport, with stops at different points between, including the Santa Justa rail and AVE station. It takes about 35 minutes. € 4 one...

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  • 4. Taxis

    It's easy to hail a cab if you're on one of the major roads in Seville (such as Menendez Pelayo - I often hailed cabs from there). Just a few warnings - if you're young and female (and especially if...

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  • 5. AVE Rail

    Seville is now accessible by a modern line connecting to Madrid by AVE. Taking less than 3 hours, it is not cheap, costing more than 70€. Vueling flies for almost the same price and gives you extra...

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  • 6. Horse & Buggy Ride

    Several cities in the world have carriages to a brief circuit. I think that Seville is one of the most suitable to justify its use. Most monuments are seen just passing by, and the small area covered...

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  • 7. On Foot

    I found Sevilla a lot of fun to walk around. Many of the streets are narrow and can be confusing for sure so you have to be paying attention. That is kind of the hard part because there is plenty of...

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  • 8. Overland Coach

    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,...

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  • 9. Sevilla's San Bernardo Train Station > Cathedral

    As of now, there really isn't a direct link between Sevilla Santa Justa train station (37.391607,-5.975684) and the Cathedral / Plaza Nueva area.However, if...

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  • 10. Tips on Saving $ in Renting a Car in Sevilla

    The large cities in Spain are easily accessible by train, bus and air. Renting a car in a larger city doesn't make sense not only because of the other available...

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  • 11. Tarjeta Multiviaje

    If you are only going to be using a bus a few times in Sevilla, then purchasing a Tarjeta Multiviaje can be a good investment. The ticket allows you to 10 trips...

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  • 12. Parking next to the city centre

    The Paseo de Colon parking is one of the most central one, but don't worry if you miss the entrance because there are quite a few more. Just after its entrance...

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  • 13. Bicycles

    Throughout the city we saw bike rental stations and people riding on those red and silver bikes. Since Sevilla is a very flat level city, biking is just...

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  • 14. getting from sevilla to lisboa

    i meant the bus station!!you could try this sitehttp://www.alsa.es/portal/site/Alsa/or you could just go to the bus station in the morning and buy a ticket. i...

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  • 15. Bus from Airport to Seville

    I caught the Airport bus to the city centre...The bus service runs from Seville airport into the city centre at 30 minute intervals, Monday to Friday from...

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  • 16. Flight from Bilbao to San Pablo Airport Seville

    I flew to Seville from Bilbao with Vueling airlines. This cost me 74.50 Euros. (I'd originally booked a return flight from Santander to Madrid, with...

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  • 17. Long distance bus

    To and From: From Seville to Cordoba for a day trip and then from Seville on to Granada to continue my visit in Spain I used a long distance bus. For both...

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  • 18. Hop On Hop Off Seville Sightseeing Bus

    I'm quite a fan of these Hop on Hop Off buses - Yes, they're touristy, but I've found them a great way to get my bearings, learn a bit about the city/history...

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  • 19. Seville to Madrid

    The next stage of my Spanish trip was from Seville to Madrid- partly to attend a VT meet in Madrid, and partly as yet another transport hub-Madrid to Santiago...

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  • 20. Tram to Plazza Nueva

    Alighting from the airport bus, I had a short walk to the tram stop, where I would be transported to Plaza Nueva, which was within walking distance of my...

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  • 21. Hop on/Hop off

    Unlike similar tours in Madrid and other European cities, Sevilla's hop on/hop off bus is not worth the price. It costs €12 (US$18) for a speedy trip around...

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  • 22. Budget airline or standard airline?

    Getting from Barcelona to Seville is easiest by air - the question then becomes how?Vueling has some wonderful discounts. When I was searching for a flight...

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  • 23. Not to Fear , there's a Subway

    Seville became the first southern Spanish mainland city to get an underground on Thursday, as the first of a planned four lines started functioning. The line...

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  • 24. Bikes in Seville

    Seville is very bike friendly - at least in the areas tourists want to see. There are wide bike lanes thru the parks and along both sides of the river - and it...

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  • 25. Rental car

    When we travel, we like to be independent to do our own thing and it usually involves getting off the beaten track. As a result, we almost always hire a car if...

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