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Seville is a destination open to the world, perfectly linked to the main European cities. To get to Seville, you can arrive any way you like: by air, road, train… even by sea. Choose your preferred means of transport. We’re waiting for you!
If you decide to fly to Seville, you’ll land at the Seville airport, also called the San Pablo airport. It’s a first-class airport in a city with a long aeronautical tradition. Not in vain, as next to the Seville airport is one of the most important aeronautical complexes in Europe.
The Seville Airport was expanded in 1992, under a design completed by the prestigious architect Rafael Moneo. It’s hall, dominated by arches supported by vaults is a tribute to the culture of Seville and Andalusia.
The airport has excellent parking areas, with access to the arrival and departure halls, offering all the necessary modes: parking for long, medium or short stays.
From the airport, you can get to the centre of Seville in just 15 minutes if you use your own car, rent a car or take a taxi. And it will take just 35 minutes if you choose the bus. In the annex, we detail these services.
Seville is a pioneer in the development of Spain’s high-speed rail. In fact, in 1992, it was the inaugural destination for the first high-speed railway line built in our country.
Currently, you can reach Santa Justa Station on high-speed lines from Cordoba, Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona on the southwest-northeast line of the AVE and from Malaga on the AVANT trains. And thanks to high-speed connections with Europe, today a person could travel, for example, from London to Seville along high-speed rails the whole way.
Santa Justa Station is the work of renowned architects from Seville, Cruz y Ortiz. The location of the terminal is formidable, just a 15-minute walk from the city centre.
Seville is perfectly connected by road. A network of highways connect it with all areas: the A-49 links it with Huelva and Portugal. The A-92 links to Malaga and Granada. The A-4 arrives from Cordoba and Madrid. The A-66 connects to Extremadura and the north of Spain.
The SE-30, the Ronda Super Norte and the SE-40 are the bypass roads that facilitate movement around the city and its metropolitan area.