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How to Get to Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain.

It is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and is located in the center of Seville city on Avenida de la Constitucion, 41001. Get Directions

There are many ways to get to Seville Cathedral, including by subway, train, tram, bus, car, or taxi.

🚈By Subway

The subway station that’s really close to Seville Cathedral is called Puerta Jerez. It’s like an underground train that you can take.

It’s only about 400 meters away from the cathedral, so you can easily walk there.

The subway runs from 6.30 am to 11 pm on weekdays and from 7 am to 11 pm on weekends.

If you want to ride it, you’ll need to buy a tram ticket, which costs €1.40 for just one ride.

🚆By Train

If you are going to Seville Cathedral, the train station closest to it is called Sevilla-San Bernardo.

It is about 1 kilometer away from the cathedral, so you can walk there or take a short bus ride.

There are also several trains that stop at Sevilla-San Bernardo, including the C1 and C3 lines. A one-way train ticket costs €1.40.

🚋By Tram

The closest tram stop to the Seville Cathedral is called Archivo de Indias.

It’s right in front of the cathedral, and you can take Line T1 of the tram to get there.

The Archivo de Indias tram stop is also served by Line T4, but this line only runs during peak hours.

The tram runs from 1 am to 6 am, and it comes every 5 to 10 minutes during peak hours and every 15 to 20 minutes during off-peak hours.

There are also a few bus stops near the cathedral, but the tram is the quickest way to get there.

You can buy a single ticket from the driver or a machine at the tram stop.

A single tram ticket costs around €1.40.

🚌By Bus

There are several bus lines that stop near Seville Cathedral.

The closest bus stop is Paseo Cristóbal Colón (Dos de Mayo), which is located 200 meters from the cathedral.

This bus stop is located in the center of Seville, so it’s easy to get to from anywhere in the city.

The bus lines that stop at this stop include A2, 05, 37, 03, C3, 21, EA, C4, 40, 41, A4, A3, A8, and A1.

The bus lines that stop at Paseo Cristóbal Colón run frequently, so you shouldn’t have to wait long for a bus.

The fare is €1.30 for a single ticket, but you can also get a Seville Travel Card for €45.

🚗By Car

By Car
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There are a few parking garages near the Seville Cathedral.

The closest one is called Jardines de Murillo. It’s about a 5-minute walk from the cathedral.

Parking there costs €2.40 per hour.

If you want to save money, you can find a free parking spot. But be warned, finding one in the city center can be challenging.

Here’s a table that shows how much parking would cost for different amounts of time:

TimeCost
1 hour€2.40
2 hours€4.80
3 hours€7.20
4 hours€9.60

The best car parking spot near Seville Cathedral is just a click away

🚕By Taxi

Taxis are readily available in Seville. Taxis can be hailed on the street or can be called in advance.

Taxis are a convenient way to get to Seville Cathedral and can drop you off right before the cathedral.

If you’re coming from the airport, the fare to get to Seville Cathedral is about €30.

Once you arrive at the cathedral, you can explore the grounds, climb the Giralda Tower, or visit the museum.

The Seville cathedral is open from 11 am to 5 pm, and admission is €16 for adults. 

Click the blue button below to buy skip-the-line access to Seville Cathedral.

Click here to learn more about the Seville Cathedral Opening, Mass, Tower, and summer hours.

Which Transportation Method is Right for You?

The way you choose to get around depends on what you like and your situation.

If you don’t have much stuff to carry and don’t want to deal with traffic, taking the subway or tram could be a good choice.

If you have a lot of bags or kids with you, it might be better to take a taxi.

And if you want to save money, walking or taking the bus could be the best option for you.

💡Pointers for you

– The nearest subway station is Puerta Jerez.
– The nearest train station is Sevilla-San Bernardo.
– The nearest tram stop is Archivo de Indias.
– There are many bus lines that stop near the cathedral.
– You can also drive to the cathedral, but parking is limited.
– Taxis are readily available.

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