Seville Airport (San Pablo Airport, interational code SVQ)) has pretty good connections to destinations outside of Spain. Iberia, Ryanair, Air Berlin and Vueling are among the airlines that operate from Seville airport. The airport is situated to the east of the city.
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The airport is situated to the east of the city. Seville Airport is situated on the A4 motorway (known as E05 in the International E-road network) which connects Seville with Madrid. The motorways around Seville provide relatively easy access to Jerez de la Frontera, Málaga, Cádiz, Huelva and Portugal. It is served by half-hourly buses to the centre of Seville, stopping at Santa Justa railway station and Puerta de Jerez, which take about 40 minutes. Buses run between the city and the airport from 06:15am until 11:00pm.
There are also taxis that cost about €21 flat fee from the airport to anywhere in Seville. Do not let them charge you more. The prices are clearly marked on the door of the taxi and on posters around the airport. There are a few special fees during Semana Santa and Feria, but do not pay more than the advertised price. If they are causing problems ask at the hotel or if you speak Spanish whip out your mobile phone and threaten to speak to the police. That shuts up the taxi driver very, very quickly!
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