Seville International Airport (Aeropuerto de Sevilla), also known as San Pablo Airport, is the main international airport serving Andalusia region and nearby provinces. Seville is the cultural and financial district of Spain.From the moment you step off the plane, you can feel a Spanish outlook through the outstanding airport.
1. Getting there by taxi
Riding a taxi is convenient for you to reach your destination. You can get to the airport by taxi from the city center. It usually takes only 20 to 25 minutes travel time. The fare is from 15 to 30 euros, depending on the day of travel. Weekends or night travels usually charge higher than the normal rate.
2. Getting there by bus
There are regular airport buses that leave within a 30-minute interval. The earliest bus leaves at 6:15AM and the last is at 11:00PM. To reach Seville center, travel time is around 25 minutes or more. The bus will immediately drop you off outside of the terminal building.
3. Car hire
If you do not want to use the public transportation, you may hire a car to take you to the airport. You may find the car companies at the main terminal building, ground floor. Do not go right away with the lowest price. Check out its terms and conditions such as insurance or if the fuel is already included.
Just like most international airports around the globe, duty free shops are located inside Seville Airport. This is to allow passengers for last minute shopping for souvenirs to bring back home. Other commercial shops are also available in the airport. Most are open from Monday to Saturday from 9AM to 8PM.
5. Pharmacy and Medical services
For your pharmaceutical and medical services need, there is a pharmacy located in the terminal building, first floor. This is especially helpful for passengers who might get sick on the flight. It is always best to be ready in all cases. There is also a first aid station on the ground floor.
6. ATM machines
There are 2 ATM machines on the first floor of the terminal building. You may withdraw money here but, make sure that you have set your cards ready for international transactions. You can also find a money exchange office in the airport. Be aware of the precise currency exchange during your trip.
7. Food and drinks
There is a number of restaurants, cafeterias, and snack bars inside the airport. Feed yourself prior to boarding the plane especially if you have long flying hours. Dine at El Mirador, an open-air terrace restaurant, in the departure hall. Or, you may eat at the self-service restaurant. Choose local cuisine and enjoy your meal.
Although a mid-sized airport, Seville airport has parking areas in designated places. For less than 5 days of stay, General car park P1 is available within 2 minutes from arrival and departure areas. For longer stays, proceed to long-stay car park P2. The express car park P2 is for drop-off and pick-up of passengers. VIP car park is for those who needs exclusive parking services.
9. VIP lounges
Sala Azahar is located on the third level boarding area. This is an exclusive lounge for business-class passengers from accredited airlines. Here, you can pass the time by eating, reading magazines, watching TV, using computer and WiFi access. The friendly staff is absolutely pleased to serve you. If you wish to avail VIP lounge pass, ask at the reception area.
10. Other services
Wifi access is available throughout the terminal building. There is a lost and found an office for left items. Business/conference rooms are also located in the arrivals zone. For last minute deliveries, there is a post office in the airport. Police officers are on duty to secure passengers safety. Ask assistance from staff for incidents of lost luggage.
Have a good trip and travel!