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Seville, beautiful and diverse

Imagen del tranvía de Sevilla a su paso por el Archivo de Indias y la Catedral de Santa María de la Sede


Metropolitan Transport

Travelling by bus

Tussam is the company that manages public transport in Seville. The city bus network consists of 50 lines and with them you can reach almost any part of the city quickly and easily.
Bus timetables in Seville depend on the line and the day of the week so it is advisable to get information, although they generally run between approximately 6:00 am and 11:00 pm, and there are also some night buses.
A one-way ticket costs 1.40 Euro and can be purchased on board the buses, although there are also rechargeable multi-trip cards and one-day and three-day tourist passes (5 Euro and 10 Euro).
Another type of card is the rechargeable card (bonobus) with which you pay for each trip made, but at a lower price than the one-way ticket. Tussam multi-trip card: 0.69 Euro per trip, and if you transfer within one hour after the first validation, 0.76 Euro. It can be recharged at any time and you can decide which mode to use, with or without transfer (minimum recharge 7 Euro).
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The Seville Tramway

Managed by the municipal company Tussam, the service is called Metrocentro. The tram leaves from Plaza Nueva, where the City Hall is located, and goes to San Bernardo, where the Maria Luisa Park is located, after passing the Archivo de Indias and the Cathedral and the Puerta de Jerez, where the Torre del Oro is located.
The tramway is a good option for moving between very central areas of the city and visiting some of the main points of interest.
Timetables and frequency of departure
On weekdays, the first departure is at 6:00 am from San Bernardo, and the last one from Plaza Nueva at 11:30 pm.
On Fridays, the first departure is at 6:00 am from San Bernardo, and the last one from Plaza Nueva at 2:00 am.
On Saturdays, the first departure is at 6:00 am from San Bernardo, and the last one from Plaza Nueva at 2:00 am.
On public holidays, the first departure is at 6:00 am from San Bernardo, and the last one from Plaza Nueva at 11:30 pm.
From Monday to Friday, the frequency of departures is every 7 minutes from 07:30 am to 3:30 pm, and every 9 minutes from 3:30 pm to 10:30 pm.
On Saturdays and public holidays, the frequency of departures is every 9 minutes from 07:30 am to 10:30 pm.
The price of a one-way ticket is the same as the buses, 1.40 Euro. All multi-trip cards and tourist passes are valid.
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Seville Metro

The aim of the metro is to improve mobility in the city of Seville and its catchment areas. Line 1 connects the towns of Dos Hermanas and Mairena del Aljarafe, passing through Seville.

Monday to Thursday 6:30 am to 11:00 pm (*)
Fridays and the eves of public holidays 6:30 am to 2:00 am (*)
Saturdays    7:30 am to 2:00 am (*)
Sundays and public holidays 7:30 am to 23:00 pm (*)

(*) Departure time of the last train from the main stations.

The price of a one-way ticket is 1.35 Euro, 1.60 Euro or 1.80 Euro (0, 1 or 2 changes). You can buy a return ticket for: 2.70 Euro, 3.20 Euro or 3.60 Euro (0, 1 or 2 changes); and there is also the one-day card, specially aimed at tourists, which allows you to make as many trips as you want on the day of purchase, for a price of 4.50 Euro.
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By bike

Seville is an ideal city for bicycles. In addition to its flat terrain and good weather, there are more than 77 km of bicycle lanes connecting the various districts of Seville, which together with a reliable rental service (SEVIci) make the bicycle the best option for getting around the city, especially during spring and autumn.
Available 24 hours
The bicycle rental service offers the option of obtaining a short term (7-day) voucher for 5 Euro. For that price you can make an unlimited number of trips, the first 30 minutes of each trip being free. After that time, the next hour of use costs 1 Euro and the following hours 2 Euros. To use the service, it is necessary to register, which can be done easily by credit card at any of the SEVici stations installed in the city.
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Travelling by Taxi

As in all cities, the taxi is the most convenient means of transport because it can take you from door to door. Taxis in Seville are white with a yellow stripe on the side featuring the city's coat of arms, and it is the most recommended means of transport for travelling at night. You can stop them on the street when they have the green light showing, take one at one of the taxi ranks distributed round the city call one by phone:
Radio Taxi +34 954 58 00 00 / +34 954 57 11 11
Radio Taxi Giralda +34 954 99 80 70 / +34 954 67 55 55 / 652 92 71 98
Tele Taxi Sevilla +34 954 62 22 22
Taxi Vip Sevilla +34 655 93 00 67 / +34 954 60 00 20