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Low fares for Paris (PAR) to Seville (SVQ) Low fares for Paris to Seville
Thu 09/28 - Fri 09/29
1 day, 0 stops max
Thu 10/26 - Fri 10/27
1 day, 0 stops max
Sun 11/05 - Wed 11/08
3 days, 0 stops max
Thu 02/01 - Tue 02/06
5 days, 0 stops max
Wed 10/04 - Wed 10/11
7 days, 0 stops max
Thu 10/12 - Fri 10/27
15 days, 0 stops max
Mon 10/16 - Mon 10/30
14 days, 0 stops max
Sun 10/08 - Mon 10/16
8 days, 0 stops max
Fri 10/13 - Sun 10/15
2 days, 0 stops max
Thu 10/05 - Sun 10/08
3 days, 0 stops max
Mon 10/02 - Sun 10/08
6 days, 0 stops max
Fri 02/09 - Sat 02/24
15 days, 0 stops max
Arriving in Seville

Take a cheap flight to Seville, the fourth largest city in Spain, and you will land in Sevilla Airport. Located ten kilometers out of the city, this airport is about fifteen minutes in a taxi or a car. Taxis now charge a flat rate from the airport to the center of town. There are five car rental companies that operate out of the main terminal: AurigaCrown, Hertz, Europecar, Avis, and National Atesia. There is also a bus service that departs every half hour.

Getting Around in Seville

Depending on where you want to go and where you are starting from, many places in Seville are accessible by foot or by bicycle. The cheapest way to get around the city is by bus, and there are stops all around the city. Taxis are plentiful but a little more expensive. You can also rent a car if you feel confident about navigating the city and its traffic. There is a train service as well. This is especially useful if you want to travel outside of the city to neighboring towns.

Main Attractions in Seville

Seville is the capital of the region of Andalusia and has a long history. As such, the architecture makes for the biggest attraction in the city. After your Seville flight has landed, consider making the Alcazar your first stop. It is a medieval mosque that blends Spanish and Moorish architecture. Then see the Seville Cathedral, the third-largest building of its kind, dating back to the fifteenth century. The Plaza de Espana has been recently renovated, so even if you have visited there before, it's worth another look. You can see almost everything if you take the Seville bike tour, and you'll get exercise, too.

Shopping, Dining, and Nightlife in Seville

Arcab, located in the center of the city, has a number of specialty shops. Also in the city center is the sprawling flea market known as Mercado de Triana. The Galeria Isabel Ignacio boasts the city's art galleries. You can go there to buy or just to look. A traveler has to eat, and there are many restaurants in the city. If you saved money on your airfare to Seville, you can stick to your budget by eating at the Vineria San Telmo, which features local cuisine without high prices. Casa de la Memoria de Al-Andalus is a small venue that hosts acoustic performances that last about an hour starting at 9:00 p.m. Flamenco and tapas dominate the nightlife scene. However you like to spend your vacation, book a flight to Seville today!

Flight stats for Seville - did you know?
  • Seville is 5 mi from Sevilla Airport (Seville, Spain).
  • Sevilla Airport (Seville, Spain)
    • Right now, 30 airlines operate out of Sevilla Airport.
    • Sevilla Airport offers nonstop flights to 46 cities.
    • Every week, at least 397 domestic flights and 235 international flights depart from Sevilla Airport.

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