Getting Around in SevilleEdit This
During your Sevilla vacation, you will find that traveling from your Sevilla hotel to the numerous activities and attractions Sevilla has to offer will be quite easy. Sevilla's city map is very easy to understand. The town centre lies within the boundaries of the old Arab walls on the east bank of the Guadalquivir river. These walls, which are visible in parts are symbolised by a circular Avenue, la Ronda, within which it is highly unpractical to drive a car. On the other hand, as streets are mostly still as narrow as in the Middle Ages, few buses can drive through. So we suggest you do as the locals do: walk, enjoy the hustle and bustle, and when you feel tired just hail one of the many cheap taxis.
Even the sights and Sevilla activities outside the historical centre, Maria Luisa Park to the south and the Triana quarter across the river, are within walking distance, so the often crowded public transport will be of little use. If you drive, park outside the historical centre where there is usually no parking fee, but make sure to respect a strict rule: do not leave anything in the car, even in the trunk!
June 01, 2008 change by mcburton
During your stay in Seville, why not have a private English-speaking chauffeur at your disposal to take you around the city? You can be picked up and dropped off from your Seville hotel, the airport, or a location specified within city limits. You can customize your own chauffeur driven tour for a day. Tailor make an extended tour to have a private driver take you from town to town or around the Seville area (eg. Jerez de la Fronterra, Cordoba, Cadiz, etc..). This is a perfect choice for those seeking a stress free vacation while discovering the area. Choose from a wide more..