Seville can be easily visited on foot, nonetheless there is an efficient system of public transport available, with buses, bicycles and taxi.
Driving in Seville may be difficult due to the peculiar aspect of the city, made up of narrow streets, and to the difficulty in finding a car park. If you reach the city by car, the best option is to leave it in a public garage and to move around by public transports.
Seville offers an innovative service of bicycle rental which is managed by the municipality, called “Sevici”, which allows the visitor to move around the city with this pleasant mean, especially in spring and autumn, when temperatures are mild. There are at least 250 drop on and off points where you can rent and return your bike, which are open 24 h. Seville is definitely a city for bikers, with more than 77 km cycle paths which will take you in every corner of the city.
For more details visit: www.sevici.es
There are plenty of taxi available in Seville, which can represent a good option if you want to move rapidly, especially at night.
The public bus service in Seville is well organised, and represents an efficient and cheap way to visit the Old Town. A single ride, but you may also purchase a “Bonobus”, which is a carnet of 10 tickets. The carnet allows you to use more lines within one hour from first validation. There is also a card with 10 rides, but in this case you can use only one mean of transport.
The Bonobus is not personal, and is a convenient solution for groups. There is also a tourist card called Tarjeta Turistica, which lasts 1 to 3 days, which entitles to endless rides. The card can be purchased at all bus ticket offices. On Friday and Saturday nights and before every public holiday there is a special night bus service operating from 3 am for 1.20 Euro. For this special service either the Bonobus and the tourist card are not valid.
Seville also has a tram line called “Metro Centro”. This is a light rail with terminal points in Plaza Nueva and Prado de San Sebastian, crossing the city centre and passing by Archivo de Indias and Puerta de Jerez. For further info consult the official website of the transport company: www.tussam.es
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