Here are some tips and information for your transport in and from Seville.
To Seville by air
Seville’s San Pablo airport is connected to the main European capitals and is only 12 km from the city. There are buses that will take you from the airport to the city on scheduled times.
If you want to drive around Andalusia, flying to Málaga may be a good option, although it is around 200 kilometres away from Seville, Málaga airport is connected to more European cities and flights might be cheaper.
To Seville by train
The Spanish high speed train (AVE) offers a comfortable trip between Sevilla and Madrid in 2.30 hours. Trains leave every hour from the Santa Justa station.
You can also take the high speed train to Córdoba, but train trips to other cities may be a bit more disappointing since ordinary trains are usually quite slow.
You may find more information and book your tickets online at www.renfe.com.
To Seville by bus
In Spain bus and coach services are usually quite efficient and cheap. There are two bus stations in Sevilla, El Prado and Plaza de Armas connected to most cities in and out Andalucia.