September 12, 2012

Seville Metro

Seville's metro system (Metro de Sevilla) is a quick and easy way to get around this charming Spanish city. A light rail system, the Sevilla metro travels both above and below ground.

Seville Metro, Spain

Initially planned to have 4 lines, at present only one line, Line 1 is in operation and opened in 2009. Line 1 runs west to east from Mairena del Aljarafe (Ciudad Expo), San Juan de Aznalfarache, Montequinto (Dos Hermanas) and Oliviar de Quintos with a total of 21 stations at present.

Sevilla metro map
Click to expand (c) Metro Sevilla

Trains run from 6.30am to 11pm from Monday to Thursday, 6.30am to 2am on Friday, 7.30am to 2am on Saturday and 7.30am to 11pm on Sunday.

Tickets are purchased using a rechargeable e-wallet (monedero electronico). A one day tourist fare is available.

There are metro systems in the following Spanish cities: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao and Palma de Mallorca.

Metro Sevilla
Tel: 954 032 100

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