The main station is Plaza de Armas, inaugurated in March 1992 on the occasion of the celebration in Seville of the Universal Exhibition known as Expo 92, to provide the city with a bus terminal.

Direction: Avda. Cristo de la Expiración 2, 41001 Sevilla
Phone: 955038665 - To check the schedule we recommend calling by phone.

Regarding the bus travel in Seville, It is worth highlighting two lines that operate in different parts:

  • Tussam, It is a public company belonging to the Seville City Council, in charge of the city's collective urban transport.

To check lines and schedules: https://reddelineas.tussam.es/?lang=es

  • Consortium of Metropolitan Transport Seville Area, in charge of transport outside the urban area of ​​Seville.

To check lines and schedules: http://www.consorciotransportes-sevilla.com/lineas_pdf.php


Many times it is more comfortable to get around Seville by taxi, and although there are several companies, all have the same rates as they are regulated by the Seville City Council. These rates vary depending on the day and time.

Stops and radio taxi

In all the districts of Seville it is possible to find several taxi ranks, or request it by phone through the numbers indicated below:

Seville taxi: +34 645 230 197
Radio Taxi Giralda: +34 954 675 555
Tele Taxi Seville: +34 954 622 222
Radio taxi: +34 954 580 000

Train station

Sevilla- Santa Justa
It is the first railway station in the Spanish city of Seville, inaugurated in May 1991. Your long and medium distance routes, connect Seville with other national destinations such as Madrid, Barcelona and the rest of Andalusia, as well as the main surroundings of the Seville city.

Direction: Avda. Kansas City s/n, 41007 Sevilla
Schedule: Monday to Friday (except holidays) of 4.30 a 00.30 and saturdays, Sundays and holidays of 5.15 a 00.30 h.
Station information: 912432343
Renfe: 912320320
To check lines and schedules: https://www.renfe.com/viajeros/

Seville Airport - San Pablo

Seville international airport, also known as San Pablo. Its code is SVQ and it is managed by Aena, three kilometers from the city.
The Airport Terminal consists of two levels, the ground floor and the first floor:
Low level: Arrivals
First floor: Departures. It has 42 check-in counters and gates K1 to k4, 1, 1ª, and of 2 a 11.
Direction: A-4, Km. 532 – 41020 Sevilla
Phone: 954 449 000

How to get to / from the airport:

  • Bus:
    EA buses operate from 05.20 a.m. until until 00.50 a.m. approximately. A single ticket costs 4 euros. The travel time is approximately 35 minutes. More information:
    To go from Seville airport to the city center and vice versa, there is an urban bus transport line (EA line) connecting both points, with stops, including Santa Justa station. The ticket can be purchased directly from the driver. Paradas: Airport – Kansas City – Santa Justa Station (AVE, train station) – Luis de Morales – Metro San Bernardo / RENFE – Carlos V Avenue (Prado Gardens) – Paseo Colón (where is the Torre del Oro) – Main Square (bus station).
    Information phone: 902459954
    In the airport, the bus stop is outside the terminal, abroad. The bus stop in Seville is located in the Plaza de Armas.
  • Taxi:
    It is the fastest way to get to the city center and vice versa, at the airport the stop is right in front of the terminal. Below we provide a list with the taxi companies available at Seville Airport:
    Eurotaxis of Seville: 658 904 289Seville Airport Taxi: 645 230 19
    Radiotaxi Giralda: 954 675 555
Radiotaxi: 954 580 000Teletaxi: 954 622 222
    If you want to move to or from Seville Airport by private transport, there is a wide selection of transfers available at the airport. You can reserve it (The button to reserve transfer from our provider is inserted).
  • Car:
    Seville airport is located 10 kilometers northeast of Seville. The A-4 highway / E-5 (direction Córdoba – Madrid) connects with the airport (exit 533).
    If the address is Córdoba – Sevilla, the exit corresponds to the 532. From the city of Cádiz and / or Huelva, The airport is accessed through the SE-30 until the junction with the national A-4 / E-5. Then, you have to take the exit 533.

Seville subway

The Seville metro is a light rail network that serves Seville and its metropolitan area and currently consists of an operational line inaugurated in 2009, and with a total of 22 stations spread over four municipalities.

Seville Metro Society

Direction: Carmen Vendrell Street 2

Customer Service Phone : 954 540 785

To consult lines, schedules and stations: www.metro-sevilla.es