With plenty of palaces, monuments and historic buildings to remind visitors of its former significance, alongside a towering Gothic cathedral, Seville is a city destination that should be visited at least once in any lifetime. The city is the capital of Andalucia in southern Spain and birthplace of the wild and furious Flamenco dance. Flamenco bars are central to Seville's nightlife, which is lively and vibrant into the early hours. Flights to Seville arrive at the city's small international airport which is around 10 miles away from the centre of town.
Seville Airport is the only one in the city, although Jerez Airport is an hour away by car. From the moment passengers enter the Seville Airport arrivals hall the delights of this beautiful city will be obvious, as the airport features spectacular design components which are truly symbolic of the city: the orange tree, mosque and palace.
Although a number of airlines offer flights from the UK to Seville, they are not all direct and this can increase journey times considerably. Direct flights from the UK are available with British Airways, Ryanair and easyJet from a number of airports, including regional airports such as East Midlands. Seville is also served by regular flights from Spanish airports and popular European city destinations. Some of the other airlines offering flights to the city include Vueling, Air France, and TAP Portugal.
Direct flights from the UK to Seville take less than three hours, so travelling by plane is the quickest and most convenient way to reach the city. It is also an affordable travel solution and enables many visitors to enjoy short city breaks exploring this achingly beautiful destination.
Passengers arriving at Seville airport can travel to the city by cab or by local EA bus services which operate daily from early morning until almost 1.00 a.m. Visit Seville in April in order to attend the local Seville Fiesta, but don't forget to book hotels in advance as rooms can be difficult to find at this time. Exploring Spain from a Seville accommodation base is remarkably easy as the central Santa Justa Railway Station offers high speed AVE trains throughout the region and to destinations such as Cordoba, Madrid and Barcelona.
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