How to Reach Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain.

It is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world and is located in the center of Seville city on Avenida de la Constitucion, 41001. Get Directions

There are many ways to get to Seville Cathedral, including by subway, train, tram, bus, car, or taxi. Let’s explore!

By Bus

Seville has a well-connected bus network that links important landmarks to the rest of the city.

Depending on your starting point, you can take buses C4, C3, 5, 41, 42, C1, or C2,.

The nearest bus stop to the cathedral is Jardines del Cristina. The stop is approximately 550 m or a seven-minute walk to the cathedral.

By Subway

The Seville Metro Line 1 provides fast transportation within the city. 

The nearest metro station is Puerta de Jerez station, about 500 m from the cathedral. 

You will take around 7 to 8 minutes to reach your destination from the Puerta de Jerez station.

The subway runs from 6.30 am to 11 pm on weekdays and from 7 am to 11 pm on weekends.

By Train

Seville’s railway network is efficient and connects different parts of the city.

Train Lines C1 and C3 will bring you to San Bernardo, the nearest train stop to the cathedral.

The Seville Cathedral is approximately 1 km away from the train station. You can cover this distance by taking a short bus ride or walking.

By Tram

Taking the tram is an exciting and uncommon method of commuting to the cathedral! The closest tram stop to the Seville Cathedral is Archivo de Indias.

It’s right in front of the cathedral, and you can take tram line T1 to get there.

Line T4 also serves the Archivo de Indias tram stop, which only runs during peak hours.

The tram runs from:

  • 6 am to 11.30 pm from Monday to Thursday and Sunday 
  • 6 am to 2 am on Friday, Saturday and eve of holidays

Trams come every 5 to 10 minutes during peak hours and every 15 to 20 minutes during off-peak hours.

You can buy a ticket from the driver or a machine at the tram stop. A single tram ticket costs around €1.40.

By Car

By Car
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Driving to the cathedral is easy! Just follow the route on the maps. 

There are a few parking garages near the Seville Cathedral. The closest one is called Jardines de Murillo, 750 m away or 10 minute walk to the cathedral.

Parking there costs €2.40 per hour.

Here’s a table that shows how much parking would cost for varying durations:

TimeCost
1 hour€2.40
2 hours€4.80
3 hours€7.20
4 hours€9.60

Visit our parking page for all details related to parking near Seville Cathedral, including free parking, public and private parking, and the cost of parking with directions.

By Taxi

Taxis are readily available in Seville. They can be hailed on the street or called in advance.

Taxis are a convenient way to get to Seville Cathedral and can drop you off right before the cathedral.

If you’re coming from the airport, the fare to get to Seville Cathedral is about €30.

Once you arrive at the cathedral, you can explore the grounds, climb the Giralda Tower or visit the beautiful chapels.

The Seville Cathedral is open from 10.45 am to 7.30 pm, and admission is €12 for adults. 

Click the blue button below to buy skip-the-line access to Seville Cathedral.

Which Transportation is Right for You?

How you get around Seville depends entirely on your preferences.

Taking the subway or tram could be a good choice if you don’t have much stuff to carry and don’t want to deal with traffic.

If you have a lot of bags or kids with you, take a taxi.

Walking or taking the bus or tram are the best options for a budget trip.

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