About Seville San Pablo Airport (SVQ)
Seville San Pablo Airport is the main airport serving the culture-filled city of Seville in Spain's Andalusia region. Take a look at our Seville Airport guide for information on facilities, transport options and accommodation.
Airport information desks are located on the ground and first floors of the terminal building. An Andalusia Tourist Board information desk can be found on the ground floor (tel: +34 954 782 035). There is an additional desk for hotel, restaurant and entertainment information (tel:+34 954 676 549) next to the tourist board's kiosk.
From Seville, take the Avenida de Kansas City, which links to the A4 motorway, in the direction of Madrid and turn off at kilometre 533 (this then splits on to the airport slip road).
From Cadiz and Huelva, follow the SE30 route to the junction with the A4 motorway until kilometre 533.
From Córdoba, before arriving in Seville on the A4 take the airport access road at kilometre 533.
Seville Airport is located 10km (6 miles) to the northeast of Seville,
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Public transport road:
Bus: Seville's urban transport company (tel: +34 902 459 954; www.tussam.es) operates buses between Seville Airport, Santa Justa Railway Station and Jardines del Prado in the city every 20 to 30 minutes from 0520 to 0115. The bus stop is immediately outside the terminal building. The journey time into the city centre is around 35 minutes.
Taxi: Taxis are available from the kerb opposite the terminal. Taxi Giralda (tel: +34 954 998 070), Radiotaxi (tel: +34 954 580 000), Taxi Sevilla Aeropuerto (tel: +34 645 230 197) and Eurotaxis de Sevilla (tel: +34 658 904 289) all serve the airport. The journey time from the airport to the city centre is 15 to 20 minutes. A fixed fare of €22.20 applies on weekdays between 0700 and 2100, rising to €30.93 during Easter and the Feria de Abril, from 2100 to 0700.
There are ATMs in Departures and the boarding area on the first floor of the terminal building.
There is a full-service restaurant in the departures area serving local food. In addition, there is a pub serving pinchos (small dishes) and a café serving pastries in the boarding area. There is also a café serving sandwiches and snacks in the arrivals area on the ground floor.
Seville Airport has several shops including the duty-free (for non-EU passengers) store in the boarding area, which sells perfume, food, wine, textiles and much more. Other specialist shops sell accessories such as travel items, sunglasses and souvenirs. Newspapers, magazines, books and CDs can be bought from the Relay outlets, while fashion items are offered at several outlets. A pharmacy is located on the first floor, in the public area.
There is a lost property office (email: email@example.com) in the baggage reclaim area on the ground floor.
Seville Airport has a first aid service (tel: +34 954 449 028) in the Arrivals area on the ground floor, and defibrillators at various points on both floors of the terminal.
Seville Airport has good accessibility facilities, including adapted toilets and ramps, and special assistance is available (tel: +34 902 404 704). Assistance points for disabled passengers are located on the ground and first floors and at the kerbs outside the terminal. Any passengers who may require additional assistance are advised to contact their airline in advance of travel.
There are two car parks (tel: +34 954 449 060) at Seville Airport, both of which have a capacity of over 900 spaces, and both a short walk from the terminal building. These car parks offer both short-term, medium-term and long-term parking options. Online pre-booking and valet parking services are available.
Car hire is offered by Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Goldcar Rental, Hertz and Sixt. Desks are situated in the arrivals area.