University of Seville

Directions, Transport and Travel To and From Seville University
(Seville, Spain)

There are several transport options for tourists in Seville. The city is easily accessible from major Spanish cities including Barcelona, Madrid and Cordoba.

Air Travel

Those arriving in Seville by air usually land at Seville San Pablo Airport, 10 km / 6 miles north of the city centre. A shuttle connects the airport to downtown Seville, passing the University of Seville.

Car Hire and Road Travel

The surrounding area of Seville boasts plenty of fascinating attractions which all are within easy reach of the city. A must-see are the remains of the Roman city of Italica, just a 10-minute drive from Seville. The beautiful Donana International Park can be reached within a one-hour drive. The Antigua Fábrica de Tabacos (A huge defunct tobacco plant) can be found south of the city centre. The entire city of Granada has been declared a national monument and is situated nearby Seville as well.

To explore and enjoy the region to the fullest it is best to hire a car. Several rental companies are represented in the city. To make sure the most suitable vehicle is available by the time you arrive it is best to book car hire in advance online. Booking online is less expensive as well as our online booking supplier provides the best deals from a number of reputed, well established firms such as Thrifty, Avis, Budget and Alamo.

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Car Parking

Parking spaces in Seville can be found at the El Corte Ingles department stores. There is an underground facility at the Plaza Magdalena, about 300 metres from the Rioja apartments. There are also two car parks at the Seville Airport, offering a total of 2,000 parking spaces which are open for short-term and long-term lease.

Travel by Trains and Rail

Several train lines link Seville to Barcelona, Cádiz, Córdoba, Jaén, Jerez de la Frontera, Granada, Huelva, Madrid, Málaga, Ronda and Valencia. The main station, Santa Justa, is a 10- to 15-minute walk from the city centre. The AVE railway leaves for Madrid every hour and takes two and a half hours.

Travel by Buses and Coach

Buses are a cheaper alternative to trains, and the orange city buses are the primary means of local transportation in Seville. There are two major bus stations in the city - the Estación de Autobuses Plaza de Armas, which connects to Huelva and the rest of Spain, and the Estación de Autobuses Prado de San Sebastián, which mostly serves the Andalusia area.

Travel by Taxis

Seville has convenient taxi services, except in the peak hours during the main fiestas. A trip from the north to the south of the city costs about €5.

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