Times and Frequency
The Seville metro system is open from Monday to Thursday between 6:30 am and 11 pm. On Fridays, Saturdays and days before public holidays, the opening times extend to 2 am.
The trains run every 4 to 5 minutes at rush hour and every 15 minutes when there is less passenger demand.
The Seville metro only has one line, but its route is divided into three different zones and the price varies depending on which zones you travel into and out of.
For tourists, the most commonly purchased ticket is a single ticket, which costs € 1.35 (US$ 1.50). A return ticket costs € 2.70 (US$ 3), the same as buying two single tickets.
There is also the option to buy a ticket for € 4.50 (US$ 5) that is valid all day, however, as Seville is easy to get around on foot, it is not very likely that this would be the best option for you.
It is very easy to use the Seville metro, as it only has one 11-mile (18 km) line with 22 stations.
You can see a map of the metro here.