Here?s how to get to Sevilla by plane, coach, train and car. Sevilla is one of the best connected cities in the country, you can get here by any means of transport and from anywhere in the world.
In this section, how to get to Sevilla, you will find information about the most popular ways to get to Sevilla: by car, coach, train or plane, and we?ll even tell you how to get here by boat on the Guadalquivir.
Sevilla is connected with the country?s main roads, like the AP4, the A92, and the A4 that links it with the rest of Spain. The nearest provinces to Sevilla are Huelva, Córdoba, Cádiz, Málaga and Granada.
During your holiday in Sevilla you can hire a car to move around the city with ease, from this page you can book your car, that way you can visit both tourist resorts and great beaches.
The approximate distances from the centre of Sevilla to these other cities are: - Huelva 100 kilometres. - Cádiz 130 kilometres. - Córdoba 160 kilometres. - Málaga 220 kilometres. - Granada a 250 kilometres. - Madrid 560 kilometres.
As the capital of Andalucía Sevilla has its own international airport, this links the city to all the world?s main cities. On this page you can find detailed information regarding flights and general information regarding the airport, and book your flights online.
If you prefer to arrive by train, Sevilla has a big train station, The Santa Justa. There is an AVE, high speed train line and also a modern local train line that connect Sevilla with other towns and provinces in Spain.
At a local level, in the Sevilla province and city, there is also a great network of public transport that you will be able to use to get around the city quickly and easily during your holiday.
You can use the underground or the tram, very new and modern, both to get around the city and to visit surrounding towns. There are also bus lines that will help you get to any district or town in Sevilla.
You can actually also get to Sevilla by boat, as the Guadalquivir is a navigable river from its estuary in Sanlucar de Barrameda till it reaches the city of Sevilla.
Sevilla has a large port, used mainly for merchandise transport, but passenger boats also use it. There are companies that offer interesting river cruises.
All these means of transport will help you get to Sevilla, but will also be of great use while you are here, helping you to also visit other tourist cities. As you can see there are plenty of options when it comes to getting to Sevilla, you can choose from any means of transport.
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