A city full of rich and diverse culture, tapas and known for its flamenco dancing.


Approximate flight time: approximately 2 hours 45 minutes

No. of flights per week: Twice weekly (Monday & Saturday)

Airlines that fly direct: Ryanair

No. of airports in Seville: Sevilla Airport (SVG)

Seasons: High – April to June, September to October; Low – July, August, December & January

Currency: Euro (€)

Departing from Birmingham Airport

Being situated in the second city of the UK, there’s no surprise that Birmingham Airport comes with a great selection of shops, restaurants, and facilities. It is also very easy to get to, with a wide choice of car parks, bus services, and a free Air-Rail link from the train station.

The terminal has plenty of shops to browse, including World Duty Free, InMotion, Superdry, JD Sport and Accessorize. There is also a selection of great cafés, bars, and restaurants, including Costa, Caffé Nero, Pret a Manger, All Bar One, The Factory, Giraffe, and Wetherspoons just to name a few.

If you prefer the finer things in life, you can book into one of the airport lounges, where you can enjoy complimentary food and drinks, unlimited WiFi, and great runway views before you fly.

You can top up your Euros before you fly or withdraw UK pounds for your return at one of the Travelex stores in the Arrivals area of the terminal building or Departures Lounge. Alternatively, you can pre-order your currency using their easy ATM click & collect service, Travelex's ATM machines are operational 24/7 and accept most major cards.

To find out about our other services, head to our terminal facilities page.

Views from Setas de Sevilla (The Mushrooms)

Views from Setas de Sevilla (The Mushrooms)

Arriving to Sevilla Airport

Seville is easily reachable from Sevilla Airport; there are various modes of transport available to suit every type of traveller, some of these options include:

  • Bus: There is a regular bus service from the airport to the city centre. The bus stop is located outside the airport terminal, and the ride takes about 30 minutes.
  • Train: There is a train station at the airport, and trains depart for the city centre every 30 minutes. The ride takes about 15 minutes.
  • Taxi: This is the most convenient option, but it can also be the most expensive. Taxis are available outside the airport terminal, and the ride to the city centre takes about 20 minutes.

Culture in Seville

Seville in Spain is known for its vibrant culture, which is a unique blend of influences from its diverse history. Home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Seville is a city where charm comes to life.

The city’s Moorish heritage is evident in its architecture, such as the Alcázar of Seville, a royal palace that is one of the finest examples of Mudéjar architecture in Spain. Known for its flamenco dancing, which originated in the Andalusian region, flamenco performances are held throughout the city, and there are many tablaos (flamenco bars) where visitors can enjoy this passionate art form.

In addition to its flamenco and Moorish influences, Seville's culture is also shaped by its Catholic faith. The city is home to the Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world.

Other important aspects of Seville's culture include its cuisine and its festivals. Seville is known for its tapas, and there are many tapas bars throughout the city where visitors can sample the local specialties. Seville also hosts a number of festivals throughout the year, including the April Fair, a week-long celebration of Andalusian culture.

Overall, Seville is a city with a rich and diverse culture. Its unique blend of influences from its Moorish, Catholic, and Andalusian heritage makes it a truly fascinating place to visit.

Go to Visit Seville to find out more.

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