Search flights to Sevilla

* Ticket prices are subject to change.

About Sevilla

The population of Sevilla, the largest city at the center of the Andalusian Autonomous Region, is approximately 2 million, including those who live in the surrounding areas. About 750 thousand people live in the city center. Mediterranean climate is effective in the city, where you can also see the effects of the oceanic climate from time to time. The temperature is around 10 degrees in winter and 30 degrees during summer. The temperature rises above 30 degrees in August.

Sevilla, which is visited mostly by the Muslims living in Spain, is the commercial and cultural center of Andalusia. There are many buildings and places to see in the city especially because they haven't been affected by the civil war. During your travel, you should certainly visit the places like Santa Maria Cathedral, Alcazar Palace, Sevilla Cathedral, Giralda Bell Tower, Maria Luisa Park and Sierpes Street. Those who want to see bullfighting (corrida de toros) during their visit can see it in the arena called Plaza De Torres. The nightlife is also very vivid in the city. It is also very popular to drink the local beverage called Botacina. Record Sevilla and Nervion Plaza are the ideal places to do shopping in Sevilla.

Transportation to Sevilla City Center from Airport

Seville, the central and most important city of the Andalusian Autonomous Region in the south of Spain, is an inner harbor, thanks to the Guadalquivir River, although it is 87 kilometers away from the Atlantic Ocean. Wine, olives, mushrooms and fruits are exported from the city, which is the most important internal port of the country. There is an airport in Seville, which is also an important shipbuilding center. There are several alternatives to transport from the airport.


The most important means of transportation to be used on the way to the city from the airport which is 15 kilometers away from Armas Square (Plaza de Armas) in the city center is the buses. EA named buses carry passengers to Seville's center every half hour. During an average half-hour journey, the buses also come to the train station where the rail system lines, called AVE, are integrated. They work between 05.20 in the morning and 01.15 in the night.


At the Seville Airport, the taxis are located at the exit of all terminals. The taxis that you can take from here reach Armas Square in the city center in about 15 minutes. During this trip, which is not costly, you will pass through Seville Museum of Fine Arts, the coast of Guadalquivir, and the historic city center called Macarena.

Car Rental

Car rental is also an important alternative to travel in Seville and reach Seville from the airport. The airport has many international and national car rental companies’ offices. With the car you will rent from here you have to follow the road named Autovia del Sur in the west direction and reach Ronda Urbana. This road leads you to Juventudes Musicales Boulevard and Concejal Alberto Jimenez - Becerril Boulevard, which runs along the Guadalquivir River. The other side of the boulevard is Armas Square.

Last Updated: 07 Jul 2017

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Wingie offer the cheapest flights to Sevilla?

Wingie directly gathers and compares instant data of all airlines that have flights from your preferred departure point to your Sevilla destination. You can see all Sevilla flights together for the date you are looking for and choose the most suitable flight ticket.

To which airport are the flights to Sevilla arranged?

Sevilla flights are organized to Seville Airport.

Which airlines have direct flights to Sevilla from which cities?

Transavia Airlines organizes direct flights to Sevilla from Amsterdam.

Weather in Sevilla
View on the Map

Cities Nearby