Seville San Pablo Airport (SVQ) also known as Aeropuerto de Sevilla is the sixth busiest international airport in Spain and it serves around 4,5 million passengers in Western Andalusia in southern Spain. The airport mostly serves as base for the low cost companies like Vueling and Ryanair.
Local bus: To reach the center of the city and vice versa, take a city bus line (Line EA). The bus stop is at the terminal and tickets can be bought directly from the driver. The journey takes about 30 minutes. The price of one-way ticket is 4€ (6€ return). The first bus departs at 4:30 from Plaza de Armas and the last one at 0:15 from the airport every day.
Train: The best way to get to the train station Santa Justa (located in the centre) is by taking previously mentioned line EA which passess by the train station.
Taxi services: The taxi drivers always wait outside the terminal, and the journey to the city usually costs 20-25€, but be careful and negotiate the price in advance because they might overcharge the ride.
Transfer: The safer option than a taxi service is booking the door-to-door transfer, especially if you’re carrying a lot of luggage. The driver will wait for you in the Arrivals area with your name sign. Don’t worry if your plane is late, the company monitors your flight arrival.
Renting a car at Seville Airport: Car rental companies available at Seville Airport include Avis, Enterprise, Goldcar, Budget. To avoid being left without the car, book it online.
Renting a bus at Seville Airport: In case you are coming with a larger group of people (10+), the best option is to rent a bus prior to your arrival. After doing so, the bus rental companies will inform you on the pick-up point.
FAQ – bus and transport from Seville Airport
Q: I arrive late at the airport. Will it be a problem for me to get to the city?
A: No, the local bus line (Especial Aeropuerto) is very frequent (approx. every half an hour) The last one departs from the airport at 0:15, but in case you missed them all, you can always call an official airport taxi which operates 24/7.
Q: I have an early morning departure from the airport, are there any airport hotels I can stay at?
A: The nearest hotel is 6 kilometres from the airport – Hotel Sevilla Congresos (4*) – free Wi-Fi, outdoor pool. However, the airport itself is not too far from the city centre, only 10 km.
Q: I would like to spend one day in Seville in between flights. Is that possible?
A: Yes, of course. The best way to do so is to take the local bus which will take you directly from the airport to the city centre. Unfortunately, there is no luggage storage facilities at the airport but you can leave your stuff at Plaza de Armas station for 5€/day.
Q: I am continuing my journey outside Seville. Are there any cheap bus lines from the airport to other cities?
A: There are no direct lines from the airport but it is possible to take a bus to other cities once you get to Plaza de Armas bus station and pick one of the popular routes like Seville – Cordoba, Seville – Malaga . You can also check other destinations from Seville at getbybus.com.
Q: Can I exchange money at the airport to pay for my transfer?
A: Yes, the ATMs and exchange service are located at the first floor, but it would be better to exchange the money before the trip and have some euros on you since the rate will be a lot higher on the spot and no currency other than euro is accepted.