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With 700.000 people, Seville is fourth biggest city in Spain after Madrid, Barcelona and Valencia. Seville is also the capital of the Andalusia region and of the homonymous province of Seville. The population goes up to 1,300.000 persons when taking into account Seville's metropolitan area.

Weather

Seville enjoys a mild Mediterranean climate, with sunny summers and cool winters. Check the weather in Seville.

Transportation

Airport

Seville's airport is located about 10 kilometres north east of the city. More on Seville's Airport.

Train station

Sevilla Santa Justa Station is located on the eastern edge of Seville city centre. More about Seville's Train Station.

Metropolitan bus

Seville's Bus Public Service is run by the TUSSAM company.

Metro

In 2009, Seville inaugurated its first line of Metro. Three more are in the making. For more info visit the Metro of Seville website.

Cycling

There are 250 Stations of public bikes (Sevici) altogether spread out across the whole city every 300 meters approximately. In every Parking Station you will find an interactive point to purchase a subscription, select a bike, etc.

Taxis

Taxi fares from and to the airport

  • from Monday to Friday, between 7 am and 9 pm: 20.70 €
  • from Monday to Friday, between 9 pm and 7am and all day on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, during the Holy week and the April Fair: 23.08€

General taxi fares

Fare 1 is applied from Monday to Friday, between 7 am and 9 pm.

Fare 2 is applied from Monday to Friday, between 9 pm and 7am; this fare is applied all day on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, as well as the 24th and 31st of December and during Easter and the April Fair.

Taxis taken during the April Fair and Easter from 9 pm to 7 am apply a 25% extra.

  Fare 1 Fare 2
Minimum fare 3.24€ 4.06€
Initial fare 1.19€ 1.45€
Price per km 0.83€ 1.01€
One hour waiting 18.01€ 22.54€

 

 

Last update 27/07/10