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If you're arriving in Seville by air, take the airport bus to the center of the city. It passes by the Santa Justa train station, goes through the main avenues and ends at the Plaza de Armas bus terminal, within walking distance of most hotels and attractions.
You may also choose to take a private arrival transfer, and then a departure transfer on your return to the airport:
Transfers from the Airport and the Train Station
If you're arriving by train, your last stop will be Santa Justa Station. You can take a
private arrival transfer from the station to your hotel, and once again a private departure transfer from your hotel to the train station.
See all your transfer options in Seville, from/to the airport and train station to/from your hotel and beyond:
Getting Around Seville
You can walk around the city to see most of the sights. You won't really need any public transport, but if your feet ever beg for a break, use one of the city buses. Most visitors don't leave Seville without seeing the rest of the province of Andalusia. Granada and Cordoba are two must-sees in Spain, and you can reach them by train from Seville. If you're travelling in a group where you can split costs, it is also cost-effective to take the option of a private transfer to reach Cordoba or Granada and back:
Private Seville to Cordoba Transfer
Private Cordoba to Seville Transfer
Seville to Granada Private Transfer
Granada to Seville Private Transfer
The beaches of the Costa del Sol are other popular attractions, and for that you'll need a car. Alternatively, you may reach Malaga from Seville on a
private transfer and back on a Malaga to Seville Private Transfer.
To go elsewhere by car, check the cheapest rental rates: