For many years Seville was Andalusia's undisputed No. 1 destination and it is not difficult to understand why with the area's abundantly glorious weather, long-standing culture and fascinating history offering visitors a holiday setting unmatched by any other in Spain. Famous for its bullfighting and flamenco dancing, it's no wonder holidaymakers around the world continue to be keen to find cheap flights to Seville.
Rich in history and tradition Seville is a vibrant setting that is also a perfect destination for anybody seeking a holiday with a difference. Despite flights to Spain taking no more than a couple of hours from many European cities, you will feel like you've travelled a thousand miles when you arrive in Seville.
Upon your arrival at Sevilla International Airport, your first point of order will be the short commute to the city centre, about 11km (7 miles) away. Bus services run every 30 minutes and journey times take approximately 25 minutes. Taxis are also available from the airport but the cost can vary. Depending on your preference, you can also hire a car by visiting an operator located in the terminal building.
Getting about the city once you have arrived from the airport is also straightforward thanks to the excellent bus service. However, if you feel like stretching your legs after your flight, walking is also another great way to see Seville. To help find your way on your jaunt pick up a map from the tourist office or collect one as you're leaving the airport.
With your map to hand, you will have few difficulties navigating your way around the city. Most itineraries include the following points of interest that you may also like to visit during your holiday: Seville Cathedral, Parque María Luisa and Alamillo Bridge. For further inspiration, take a look at the our travel guide to Seville where you will find plenty of advice and information on everything from annual climate change and the best times to fly to top places to visit.
There really is something for everyone in Seville with plenty to keep you and all your travel companions occupied during a holiday or weekend break away. If, when heading back to the airport you feel as though you haven't seen it all, consider making a return journey. With late deals and low-cost flights readily available year-round, a return visit should remain affordable. Some holidaymakers choose to have their return visit coincide with one of the many colourful festivals including but not limited to Semana Santa and the Seville Fair.
If you have already visited Seville and would like to find another magnificent destination, take a look at the travel guide to Spain. Not only does it give you ideas for places to visit but it has plenty of useful information to help you prepare for your dream holiday in the sun.