Located on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville has a rich Moorish heritage and used to be a prosperous port that carried out trades with the Americas. The streets and squares in the historic quarter of the capital of Andalusia are lively and busy. They treasure many constructions that have the World Heritage designation, and many districts are full of traditional culture, like Triana and La Macarena. Seville is a prominent business and service center in the south of Spain and has many hotels distributed all over the city which enables visitors to discover endless attractions. Museums and art centers, theme parks, cinemas, theaters, and clubs are some of the many leisure options that a great city like Seville holds. Without forgetting, of course, the numerous terraces, inns, and bars where visitors can practice one of the most deeply-rooted and tasty traditions in the city: “Going out for tapas”.


From Seville airport to Seville city center

By bus

There is a bus service from Seville airport with various stops in the city center (Av. Carlos V, Paseo Colon). The bus service is active every day of the week, between 05:00 and 24:00. A single journey ticket costs €4. The bus ride from the airport to the final stop at the bus station (Plaza de Armas) takes approximately 45 minutes. The buses are white, stamped with the letters ‘EA’ in blue.



By taxi

Regulated and metered taxis operate from the airport. A standard fare applies for airport travels, depending on the time of day. The average taxi fare from the airport to the city center ranges from €20–30. Taxis can be found just outside the airport, at the taxi rank. Please bear in mind that not all taxis take credit cards and if they do there might be a charge.

From Seville City Center to the congress venue:

The Pablo Olavide University Campus is in the surroundings of Seville.

You can take the metro from the city center to the campus. Metro stops at city center are: “Puerta de Jerez” and “Prado San Sebastian”. The Pablo de Olavide University has a metro stop.  The name of the stop is Pablo de Olavide.

Seville University Paraninfo. 

Where the opening of the congress will be held, is situated between “Puerta de Jerez” and “Prado San Sebastian” metro stations.

Metro Seville

A single metro Line, Line 1, works since 2009. Line 1 reaches four towns (Mairena del Aljarafe, San Juan de Aznalfarache, Seville and Dos Hermanas), with 18 km long and 22 stations with adapted access for disabled people. Line 1 connects Seville city center with the congress venue at Pablo de Olavide.



Regular service Line 1 departure times:

Monday to Thursday, from 6.30 to 23.00. Fridays and holiday eves, from 6.30 to 2.00. Saturdays, from 7.30 to 2.00. Sundays and holidays, from 7.30 to 23.00.


Ticket Prices are calculated depending on the number of areas through which the passenger passes. One direction ticket for only one area costs 1,30€ (e.g. Sevilla Center – Pablo de Olavide), for two areas 1,55€ and for three areas 1,75€.


Recommended hotels Seville City Center

Hotel Derby (more info)

Hotel America (more info)

Hotel  H10 Corregidor (more info)

Hotel Don Paco (more info)

Hotel Adriano (more info)

Hotel Inglaterra (more info)