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Travel to Seville

  • By air
    • Seville Airport (San Pablo Airport)
      • Daily flights from Paris and London, and from Alicante, Valencia, Bilbao, Las Palmas, Tenerife, Madrid and Barcelona. San Pablo Airport is located 12 kilometers to the north of the city, connected by the E-5 motorway, in the direction of Madrid. From donquijote.org.
    • Malaga Airport
  • By rail
    • Seville Santa Justa Train Station
    • Seville has a high-speed train (AVE) which arrives at the Madrid Puerta de Atocha station in two and a half hours. This train travels from Seville to Madrid 15 times a day with stops in Córdoba and Ciudad Real. The AVE has different rates depending on the time of day. From donquijote.org.
    • More information on rail travel here.
  • How to get to Seville from five nearby airports.

Travel within Seville

  • From airport to city center
  • By bus and tram
    • The city bus network is based around of four lines- C-1 , C-2, C-3, C-4- which follow circular routes, following the circular road networks of the city. Four transversal lines and a series of radial lines which lead into the centre from the four points of the compass complete the bus network. The main bus stops are located in the Plaza Nueva and the Plaza de la Encarnación (both in the historic center), La Barqueta and the Prado de San Sebastián. From donquijote.org.
  • By metro
    • Official Seville Metro website
    • The metro currently has only one line operating, running east-west. It runs from 6.30am (7.30am Saturdays and holidays) to 11pm (2am on Friday and holidays). Semana Santa and Feria have special schedules. Tickets cost 1.30 euro if you stay in the same zone (there are three), 1.55 euros (two zones) and 1.75 euros (all three zones). If you use a rechargeable card (Consorcio de Transporte, see Bus), they work out cheaper (0.80, 1.15 and 1.35 euros). A one-day ticket costs 4.50, offering unlimited travel. More info on andalucia.com.
  • By car
    • Andalucia.com advises against driving in the old city center unless necessary. For more advice on driving and parking, visit their website.
  • By taxi
    • Taxi stops are located on several central streets and squares. Taxis, though, con be hailed any place in the city when they show the libre (free) sign or a green light. Radio-Taxi Service Phone: 95 467 55 55 / 95 458 00 00 / 95 462 22 22. From donquijote.org.
  • By bike
  • Hop on Hop off bus

Travel to Universidad Loyola Andalucía

  • Universidad Loyola Andalucía offers recommendations on campus access and parking here.

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