Arrival in Seville
No passes needed! Luckily, most of the stuff in Seville is super cheap so you won’t have to worry about your budget here. The best possible things to do in Seville (exploring the parks/plazas and taking neat walks) are free.
How To Get Around
Walking: The best way to get around Seville! The city is compact and you can walk to everything I’ve included in this itinerary, except Ronda.
Car: We rented a car in Seville because our home exchange was outside the city. It was completely useless and a bit of a burden to have a car in the city, so we parked in just south of Plaza de Espana where we found free all-day parking. We did use our car to get to Ronda however.
Public Transit: There are busses and trams that go all around Seville. Most of the city core is quite compact, so we mostly walked around everywhere we needed to go. If you do get tired and need a tram, I would recommend getting tickets per ride instead of buying a pass.
Seville Airport: This is a small airport about 6 miles east of the city. Take The Especial Aeropuerto (EA) bus for 4 euros to get to the city.
Madrid Airport: Madrid Airport is a three hour train ride from Seville. It’s a big international airport with lots of flight deals. You’ll take public transit from The Madrid Airport to Atocha Train Station and then a train to Seville’s Santa Justa Train Station, which is in the city. Be warned that the Madrid airport security and check-in is SLOW. We nearly missed our flight out of Madrid and we arrived at the airport three hours in advance!
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Here is a map to get you organized and see our list of fun things to do with kids in Seville.
See our Itinerary post to work out your perfect itinerary for your visit.