La ciudad más bonita del mundo.
If you try to ask a Sevillian, what could be the most beautiful city in the world, the answer will be rather obvious, but not far from reality.
Seville is a truly splendid city, and as beautiful as ever. It is no coincidence that it is one of the most visited cities on the Iberian Peninsula. Splendid monuments and extraordinary architectures, which, despite the differences in style and period, manage to coexist perfectly, creating a truly unique and suggestive environment. Roman, Islamic, Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance influences.
The climate, never harsh, makes it practically ideal to visit at any time of the year. It is not impossible, in winter, to find even 20°; or, to see people walking in short sleeves in the middle of November.
So, have a good holiday in Seville, la ciudad más bonita del mundo!
Fast, efficient and, above all, ecological. Here are the reasons why the train is the best solution to reach the Andalusian city. Santa Justa is the central train station, which serves the city. It is one of the most important railway hubs in all of Spain, as well as one of the busiest, with about 13 million travelers a year. Only for Madrid-Atocha and Barcelona-Sants, there are more travelers!
The station is located on Avenida Kansas City, one of the main entrances to the city.
Saint Justa is connected, on a daily basis, with numerous destinations on the Iberian Peninsula. Every day 11 to 19 high-speed trains leave for Madrid. You arrive in just 150 minutes! Furthermore, two daily high-speed connections are guaranteed for Barcelona (via Zaragoza and Cordoba) and one for Valencia.
There are also excellent, and numerous, short/medium-haul connections. Cordoba can be reached in less than an hour, while Malaga in about 100′ on a direct journey; to get to Granada, it takes about 3 hours.
Thanks to the presence of the San Pablo International Airport, the Andalusian city can be easily reached by plane. The airport is located about 10 kilometers north-east of the city center. Numerous direct connections to major European destinations are guaranteed every day. With the EA bus (Especial Aeropuerto) you can reach Plaza de Armas in the center for half an hour.
The buses are modern, comfortable and particularly punctual, allowing you to arrive from the main Iberian destinations. Sometimes the duration of the journey can be even shorter than that of the train. The “plus” is represented by the prices, generally cheaper than the train.
The Spanish motorway network is particularly efficient and reliable, and includes free and paid sections. Really great. connections between Andalusia and cities such as Barcelona, Bilbao and Valencia. For the Catalan city, you have to travel almost 1000 kilometers.
Madrid is about 530 kilometers away on the E90 via Merida, or the E5 via Cordoba.
Granada and the Costa del Sol are connected by the A92; Cadiz from the A4 and the E5 freeway while to reach Lisbon, just take the A49. From the Lusitanian capital, the distance is about 450 kilometers. Always remaining across the border, to reach the French Bordeaux, you have to travel a distance of about 1200 kilometers.
Travel by car only if strictly necessary: unless you travel on an electric car, the car remains too polluting!