Bus stops are easy to find on the main avenues and run on circular routes around the city, and line routes in all directions out of it.
Download Map of city bus routes
Special transport service. Plaza de Armas-Sevilla Airport
Download Airport Line Information Brochure
Line 1 of the Sevilla Underground, inaugurated on 2 April 2009, is the prime example of the mobility strategy in the city, and will connect with trams currently under construction in the towns of Alcalá de Guadaíra and Dos Hermanas, and with the rest of the Sevilla Underground lines yet to be developed (Lines 2, 3 and 4).
Sevici, your bike in Sevilla
Riding a bicycle in the city favours a travelling style less contaminant and noisy and therefore more enjoyable.
See Sevici parking stations map
Taxis can be found at designated stands in all the main plazas, or can be hailed on the street if showing a green light, which means they are available.
Sevilla taxis fees
Metrocentro links the San Bernardo Interchange with Plaza Nueva, a route of 2 km.
San Bernardo Interchange connects with Renfe local rail services.
See Metro Centro map
Museums and Monuments
Sevilla has some of the most important museums in the country, as The Museum of Fine Arts, the second most important gallery in Spain after El Prado (Madrid).
Places to Visit
Alcazar de Sevilla
Parque Maria Luisa
La Torre del Oro
Barrio Santa Cruz
Sevilla downtown map
Sevilla climate and weather
Sevilla has a mild Mediterranean climate, with warm, sunny summers and cool, mild, winters. The hottest months are July and August, with temperatures sometimes reaching a high of 99°F (37°C). Temperatures are, however, sometimes modified by cool sea breezes - a relief at the height of summer.
The international access code for Spain is +34. The outgoing code is 00 followed by the relevant country code (e.g. 0044 for the United Kingdom). City/area codes are in use, e.g. (0)93 for Barcelona and (0)91 for Madrid.
Shopping in Sevilla has everything from small, specialty shops to big, overbearing department stores.
The area around Plaza Nueva is prime territory for anything chic and stylish, and the pedestrian thoroughfares of Calle Tetuan and Calle de las Sierpes are cluttered with opportunities to purchase some smart Spanish clothes.
Regardless of how you end your evening, a great way to start is by blazing a tapas trail. A wide selection of dingy dives and smoother, more stylish spaces crowd around the cobblestone streets of Barrio Santa Cruz and the area around the Catedral de Sevilla. Simply look for the prodigal leg of jamon (cured ham) hanging from the ceiling and pop in for a quick bite, an easy chat and a cold Cruzcampo (Sevilla's local beer). Keep moving though: walking, talking and eating is the best way to conquer the countless options.
When you can't stomach any more sample-sized portions, head to either Plaza Alfalfa or Calle Betis for a bit of bar-hopping. Both areas offer revellers some real choice - the latter literally wall-to-wall with local watering holes. During Sevilla's sultry summer nights, sipping a sherry alongside the Guadalquivir River is also an intoxicating way to kick-off the evening.