The only flights to Seville from the UK are from London Gatwick and Stanstead with Easyjet and Ryanair. Other airlines that service Seville are Iberia, Vueling, Air France and Air Berlin. Located just over 10 kilometres from the airport, the centre of Seville, Plaza de Armas is easy to reach. Taxis from outside the terminal building take around 15 minutes, and cost 15-20€. There is also a bus line that connects the airport to the centre and costs 4€, tickets can be bought onboard.
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An average meal in a restaurant in Seville costs 0.5% less than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Seville are on average 4.3% lower than in the other cities in Spain.
Public transport in Seville costs around 2.1% more than national average.
A night in a hotel in Seville is about 0.9% more expensive on average than in the rest of Spain.
This historic capital of Andalusia boasts architecture from the Roman, Gothic, Islamic, Baroque and Renaissance eras, countless winding alleys and secret plazas packed with orange tress and fountains. Visit the Real Alcázar palace, built in 1309 as a fort, and expanded over the years to the beautiful building it is today. The Cathedral of Seville is the final resting place of Christopher Columbus and is the 3rd largest church in the world. Take a break from the heat of the summer and visit the María Luisa park, a beautiful shady refuge from the noise of the city. There are many museums in Seville to visit which will give you an inside to what makes Seville so special. They include the Museo de Bellas Artes, an important fine arts museum, the Museo del Baile Flamenco, displaying flamenco in all forms from painting, sculpture, photography and live shows in the evening. Seville has been called the best city for tapas, so take a tapas tour and sample the traditional dishes to learn about the food culture of the region.