Seville is a destination which is open to the world and well- connected to the main cities of Europe, so it is easy to travel there by plane, road, train, and even, if you so desire, by sea.
If you decide to fly to Seville, you will land at Seville Airport, also called San Pablo Airport. It is a first classinstallation in a city that has a long aeronautical tradition.So it is not surprising that next to the airport is one of the most important aeronautical complexes in Europe. From Seville airport you can reach the centre of Seville in just 15 minutes if you use your own car, a rented one or if you take a taxi; and in about 35 minutes if you decide to go by bus.
Seville is a pioneering city in the development of high speedtrains in Spain. In fact, in 1992 it was the inaugural destination of the first high-speed railway line that was built in our country for the EXPO of the same year. Currently, you can get to Santa Justa Station on high-speed lines from Córdoba, Madrid, Zaragoza and Barcelona on the southwest-northeast AVE line and from Malaga via AVANT trains.
Seville is has excellent road communications. A network of highways connects it from all four compass points: the A-49 with Huelva and Portugal, the A-92 with Malaga and Granada, the A-4 with Córdoba and Madrid, the A-66 with Extremadura and northern Spain . The SE-30, the Super North Road and the SE-40 are the ring roads that facilitate movement through the city and its metropolitan area.
Seville has access to the sea thanks to the Guadalquivir River, the only navigable river in Spain. For this reason, cruise ships full of travellers arrive every year in Seville. And they reach the very edge of the city centre, a mere pedestrian crossing away (literally) from the Maria Luisa Park. Recently a new cruise terminal has been inaugurated, given the boom that this type of tourism is experiencing in Seville.