A good way to get to Seville is by road. The capital has an extensive road network that includes a good number of motorays and dual carriageways connecting it with the rest of Spain and with Portugal.
All the dual carriageways and national roads start from the SE-30 ring road, which surrounds the city and has numerous exits to the city centre. Sections of the SE-40 are also now open.
Connection with Madrid
The A-4, which connects Andalusia with Madrid, and the A-66, which goes to Merida and connects with the A-5, which also goes to Madrid.
Connection with Granada and the Costa del Sol
Granada and the Costa del Sol are connected to the city of Seville by the A-92 dual carriageway.
Connection with Huelva and Portugal
For Portugal, it is necessary to take the A-49 dual carriageway.
Connection with Cadiz
Seville and Cadiz are linked by both the A-4 and the E-5.
The city has two bus stations. The main one is in the Plaza de Armas and offers many daily national and international routes.
Regular regional lines operate from the Prado de San Sebastián Bus Station, in the city centre.
More than twenty bus companies connect Seville with the rest of Spain and Europe, including: Alsa, Paulino Autocares, Casal, Dainco, Elitur Trans, Eurolines Peninsular, Linesur, Saiz-Tour and Unionbus.
Plaza de Armas Bus Station
Connections with municipalities in the province of Seville, Huelva and the coast of Huelva, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Merida, Asturias, Galicia, Northern Spain, Southern Portugal and Lisbon.
Address: Av. del Cristo de la Expiración, s/n, 41001 Seville
Tel.: +34 902 450 550 / +34 955 038 665
Prado de San Sebastián Bus Station
Connections with other municipalities in Seville and the cities of Cordoba, Granada, Cadiz, Jaen, Malaga, Almeria, Jerez de la Frontera, Algeciras, Ronda and Marbella, among others.
Address: c/ Manuel Vázquez Sagastizabal, s/n, 41001 Seville
Tel.: +34 955 479 290