Seville has a comprehensive external and intra-city transport network.
By land, air and even river, Seville enjoys excellent connections with other great cities thanks largely to the drive for renovation that came with the 1992 Universal Exposition.
At that time, San Pablo Airport was enlarged and today offers a large number of domestic and European flights. And Santa Justa Station, the most important railway station in Andalusia, is the terminal of the AVE high-speed train line that connects with Madrid, Barcelona, Cordoba and Malaga. By road, the A-4, A-92 and A-49 highways all lead to Seville. Finally, the River Guadalquivir is a fourth means of entry to the city through the Port of Seville.
The Andalusian Regional Government is implementing an active public transport policy in the metropolitan area of Seville whose main objective is sustainable mobility.
Come fly to us
San Pablo Airport (IATA: SVQ, ICAO: LEZL) is located ten kilometres to the north-west of the city, between Seville and La Rinconada.
Airport traffic is mainly domestic but there are also international flights. Domestic flights represent 79.8% of the total.