Public Transport

Public Transport

Public transport in Seville is well organized and ticket prices are affordable. Metro, bus and tram are means of transportation for the citizens of Seville. The best way to get to know Seville is to use the bus as a means of transport. The lines are well connected, there are 44 of them in total and they cover the whole city. The main bus departure points are south and east of the city center. The station for travel outside of Seville is Plaza de las Armas, while Padro de San Sebastián station is the main station for local buses. Lines C1, C2, C3 and C4 are lines that add up in the circle of the center. Tickets can be purchased from the driver and cost €1.30.

Another means of transportation that is often used in Seville is the tram called Metro-Centro. Traffic is 1.4 km long. This type of transport was launched in 2007 and has a total of 5 stations. Plaza Nueva and Avenida de la Constitución are connected by this tram line.

Seville also has a metro line, created in 2009. It has a total of 22 stations and was built with the intention of connecting Seville with the suburbs and providing fast transportation for people from the suburbs to the city. The ticket price is from €1.35, depending on which zone you are traveling to.

Transportation from the airport to the city is possible with taxi, uber, airport transfers and the Aeropuerto Especial bus. The ticket for the return transfer by bus is €6, and the ride takes about half an hour. If you decide to visit one of the cities around Seville, you will use the train that departs from the Santa Justa station.

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Maja Glavaš, diplomirani komunikolog. Radi u turizmu.
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