San Pablo Airport or Seville Airport (IATA Code: SVQ. ICAO Code: LEZL) is 10 km from the centre of Seville, northeast of the city.
Seville's airport dates back to 1957, although on the occasion of the 1992 World Expo, major renovations leading to its expansion were carried out. The new terminal building, a larger apron, the new control tower and the new accesses turned it into a more modern and dynamic airport. Designed by the prestigious architect Rafael Moneo, there are clear references to the traditional features of Seville: the mosque, the palace and the orange trees.
You can arrive or depart by private car, rental car, taxi or bus.
EA line (Airport Special): this leaves you in the Plaza de Armas in the centre of Seville in about 35 minutes.
Route: several strategic points such as Kansas City, Santa Justa station, Luis de Morales, San Bernardo, Avenida Carlos V, Paseo de Colón and finally the Plaza de Armas. Ticket price: 4 Euro.
Frequency: every 15 minutes
Times: from the airport to the city centre, 5:20 am to 1:25 am. From Seville to the airport, 4:30 am to 00:30 am.
In addition to the bus, you can also go from Seville airport to the centre by taxi. The trip takes about 15-20 minutes. It is much more comfortable, but also considerably more expensive.
Price: Saturdays, Sundays and holidays 22.20 Euro.
Monday to Friday from 9:00 pm to 7:00 am 24.75 Euro.
All the major car rental companies operate at Seville airport. It is very easy to reach the centre from the airport as the road is perfectly signposted. The car will allow you to make excursions around the province at your leisure. There will be no shortage of places to visit.
Photography: Visit Seville