Travel IN Seville

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.

You can find more information about urban buses at (in Spanish!).

You can check maps of Seville at:, or



EA (Airport bus line)

The EA bus line connects Seville’s San Pablo Airport with the city center. The bus stops close to the Santa Justa train station, the Prado de San Sebastian regional bus station and the Tram stop adjacent to the Prado. The closest stop to the city center is Avda. Del Cid. From this stop one can walk 2 – 3 minutes and take the Tram further into the city center.

Travel to Seville

Reaching Seville from Madrid

There are three ways for coming from Madrid to Seville:

    • By plane: If you arrive to Madrid by plane to Barajas Airport, the most comfortable way to reach Seville is by taking another plane to Seville. Your local travel agency can inform about the connections, otherwise you can see the flights timetable from Madrid to Seville at

      The Airport of Seville is about 10 km. from the town. There is a good service of taxi and bus connecting the town and the airport. Information about both services are available at

      Sevilla Airport (AENA)

      The timetable of the bus service is available here.


    • By train: The second way to come to Seville is by train. Trains to Seville leave from Atocha Train Station. The timetable and prices are available here.
      If you arrive to Madrid by plane and you want to came to Seville by train (or by bus, the third option) you can go from the Airport to the train station by taxi, but the cheapest and fastest way is the underground. You can take information (even a detailed map) about it at:


  • By bus: It is the cheapest way, but the trip lasts about six hours. The bus leaves from "Estacion Sur" (Mendez Alvaro s/n, local 3-4) which can be reached by taxi or underground, and the bus company is Socibus. The timetable and prices are in the company web:


Have a nice trip and do not hesitate to ask any extra information you need!