Transport in Seville It is easy to get around Seville on foot, especially the historical centre. Despite this, we recommend looking at its public transport system in case you want to use it at any point. Metro Opened in 2009, the Seville Metro is an 11-mile light metro with a total of 22 stations. Find out how to use it and how much it costs. Read more Sightseeing Bus Find out the routes and stops of the sightseeing bus in Seville and comfortably explore the city, enjoying wonderful views along the way. Read more Taxis The centre of Seville is easy to get around on foot, although taxis may be useful to get to places that are slightly further away. Read more Buses Although you can walk to most places in Seville, especially in the historical centre, buses may be a good option if you are staying a little further out. Read more You may also be interested in Seville Airport Seville Airport (SVQ), also known as San Pablo Airport, is the six busiest land airport in Spain, located 6 miles (10 km) north of the city centre, it has been designed based on Andalusian culture. Metro Opened in the year 2009, the Seville Metro is an 11-mile (18 km) light metro with a total of 22 stations. It is a small but efficient system that is easy to use.