As the capital of Andalusia, Seville is bursting with culture, history and architectural marvels. Next to Madrid and Barcelona, Seville is the third most popular city in Continental Spain among travelers. A 2-day itinerary in Seville will be enough to cover most of the city’s attractions. The best time to visit is during the festivals of Seville, when the entire city is dolled up in a myriad of colors and costumes.
Airfares to Seville are cheap if you’re flying from other Spanish cities. If you’re flying from the US, try to compare prices using different search engines. Seville’s airport is small as compared to the international airports in Madrid and Barcelona, but it serves numerous European airlines that fly here directly.
Besides flying, you can easily get to Seville from other Spanish cities by bus or train.
Seville San Pablo Airport
Amongst the airports in Spain, the Seville San Pablo Airport deals with only domestic traffic. The airport is 6.2 miles (10 kilometers) northeast of Seville’s city center, and is accessible by public bus. The airport bus that brings you to the city center runs every 30 minutes between 6:15 and 23:00. The journey takes between 20-30 minutes and a single ticket costs €2.30. By taxi, the journey takes around 15 mins and costs between €15 and €22 depending on which time of day you travel. The taxi rank is just outside the terminal building.
Tips to Finding Cheap Airfares
- Airfares to Seville is more expensive than those to Madrid or other major European cities like London and Paris. In order to get a good deal, your best bet is to fly to Madrid and then book a domestic flight to Seville.
- For cheap airfare to Spain, do your research early and try to book your tickets for mid-week. Weekends are the most expensive period to travel, especially on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays.
- Avoid traveling in summer, when airfares are the most expensive. Plan your trip for fall or spring; most airlines have promotions during these periods of the year.
- Budget airlines might not provide top-notch services, but they definitely help cut down your travel expenses. Check out our list of budget airlines that fly to Spain.