Local Transport

Although the best way to get around Seville is on foot, the city boasts good public transport.

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Seville has a well organised bus system, making stops along most main streets, known as the Autobús Urbano. It also has a night service. See www.tussam.es

Public transport cards will be available for GA participants at the Help Desk.

Over 50,000 square meters of the streets and squares of the old city center in Seville are pedestrianized. There are also over 140 kilometers of bike lanes used by more than 14,000 cyclists every day.

Taxis are reasonably priced, and there are plenty of them. They are white with the city crest, a yellow stripe and their license number on the side.