Seville has good bus links with other cities in Spain as well as to the Algarve region of Portugal and its capital Lisbon. Seville has two major bus stations, Plaza de Armas near the River Guadalquivir, and the Prado de San Sebastian, located a little further out, near the university. Buses to Seville, operated by Eurolines, Megabus, Ouibus and ALSA arrive in Seville from El Rocio, Alicante, Cordoba, Granada, Huelva and Malaga, as well as other cities in Andalucia. Each route has at least one arrival every day. Both Plaza de Armas and Prado de San Sebastian are linked to the rest of the city by frequent local buses, with taxis also available at both stations. Seville's public transport network includes several tram lines and a limited number of night bus routes.
An average meal in a restaurant in Seville costs 0.5% less than in the rest of the country.
Prices in Seville are on average 4.3% lower than in the other cities in Spain.
Public transport in Seville costs around 2.1% more than the national average.
A night in a hotel in Seville is about 0.9% more expensive on average than in the rest of Spain.
Seville is the enchanting capital of Andalucia, full of history, museums and nightlife. The city sits beside the River Guadalquivir, which was once a tidal river linking Seville to the Mediterranean and the source of its past wealth. As well as historic and cultural attractions, visitors can also enjoy delicious tapas, local wines, a calendar of colorful festivals and a vibrant nightlife of clubs, flamenco and fine dining. The historic centre if full of cobbled and paved streets, pretty gardens and courtyards and contains the Moorish Alcazar, Seville Cathedral, with its Giralda Tower, the Archaeological Museum and the Tobacco Factory. Families will enjoy a visit to the Isla Magica Theme Park, or The Seville Aquarium. Taking a boat trip on the River Guadalquivir, or a hop-on, hop-off open-top bus trip gives different views and perspectives of the city.