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Getting around

Seville has an extensive public transport which includes buses, underground metro, tram metro and trains. Inexpensive to use and connected to all of the main sites, Seville's transport system is tourist friendly. See below for more details on how you can get around Seville.   

Taxis

Taxis in Seville are easily recognisable: they are white with a yellow diagonal stripe on the side (the green light indicates that the taxi is available). When traveling by taxi it is best to have cash for payment as many taxis do not have card payment facilities. Details of taxi companies you can use in Seville are below.

Tele Taxi Sevilla (+34) 954 622 222
Radio Taxi (+34) 954 580 000

Buses

The Sevillian bus network is very extensive, and it is perhaps the preferred method by the locals. At most stops, you can find NFC service points where you can check waiting times on your mobile along with all kinds of information about the city. There are also screens providing information on the arrival times of the next bus. The entire fleet is monitored by GPS.  

Metro

Seville has one metro line. The new, modern light metro crosses the city from East to West (connecting with the metropolitan area). The Metrocentro is the surface version of the metro, which will help you to reach the very heart of Seville: its monumental area. The route itself is a splendid tourist path.

More information on the metro system is available  here. The metro system also has an app which you can download for ios or android here

Train

The city of Seville also has a local train system which will connect you through through the city center to the main train station, airport and conference venue. 

More information on local trains can be found here. 

City Bicycles

Seville is one of the Europe's most bicycle friendly cities with 2,500 bikes available to rent and over 120 km of bicycle lanes throughout the city. Tourists can purchase short term passes to use the bike rentals at any of the vendors around the city. 

You can find more information on Seville's city bike rentals here.