HOW TO GET from Lisbon to Seville

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Best way to travel from Lisbon to Seville

  • Plane is the quickest (1h flight) and most convenient way to travel between Lisbon and Seville. If you use Ryanair, it can also be the cheapest, since tickets start at 10€.
  • As an alternative, you can go by car and make the most of this 4h 30m drive by checking out some of the interesting cities on the way (Mérida, Elvas and Evora).


The airlines TAP Portugal and Ryanair run direct flights between Lisbon and Seville. TAP Portugal offers 3 daily flights (from 65€) while Ryanair flights 3-times per week (from 10€). The flight takes 1 hour.


Lisbon’s airport is called Portela (LIS) and is located 7 km north of the city center. To get from the airport to the center, you have several options:

  • The red line of the metro connects the airport with the center. You will probably need to change lines at either Alameda or Saldanha stations. The trip to the city center by metro takes just 25 minutes. One tickets costs 1.5€. For up-to-date information on Lisbon’s metro:
  • The bus shuttle service offered by Aerobus called Aerobus 1 connects the airport with the center in less than 45 minutes. One ticket costs 4€. The same company also offers a line Aerobus 2 connecting the airport with the Sete Rios bus station.
  • The public bus Carris offers several bus lines (208, 705, 708, 722, 731, 744, 750 and 783) between the airport and city center. A ticket costs 1.85€, but since they stop more regularly, it takes longer than with the Aerobus.
  • Taxi is a very convenient and affordable option. The ride will cost 15-20€ and will take about 20 minutes.


Seville’s San Pablo airport (SVQ) is located 10 km north-east of the city center. For information on how to get from the airport to the center, check out our page How to get from Seville's airport to the city center.


Lisbon and Seville are 400km (250 miles) apart and the drive takes about 4h 30m. Although there are several route options, these are our top two choices:

  • Using a combination of the highways A-6 and A-66, you will pass right next to the city of Evora, capital of Portugal's Alentejo wine region and also home to some great Roman ruins. Right on the Portuguese side of the border, the town of Elvas is also worth checking out. Its aqueduct and fortifications are a UNESCO World heritage site. Once in Spain, the city of Mérida is only 10 minutes out of the way. Mérida is famous for its impressive Roman ruins which are also a UNESCO world heritage site.
  • Using a combination of the highways A-2 and A-49, driving through Portugal all the way down to Faro before crossing to Spain into the province of Huelva. This route is less scenic, but can be a great alternative for exploring the south of Portugal.

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The company ALSA runs buses from Lisbon to Seville. The trip takes between 6 and 7:30 hours. There are two daily buses, which make three stops in Seville (Prado station, Plaza de Armas station and Santa Justa station) and three in Lisbon (Lisbon airport, Orient station, Sete Rios station). Expect to pay between 27 and 45€.

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There are two main bus stations in Lisbon:

  • The Orient station is a major train, bus and metro station. It is located 10 km (6.2 miles) north of the city center and 2.5 km (1.5 miles) east of the airport. The Orient station is connected to the metro station of the same name (red line) which will take you straight to the airport in 5 minutes (1.5€). To get to the city center by metro, you will need to change into the green line at the Alameda station. Address: Av. Dom João II, 1900-233 Lisbon
  • The Sete Rios station is located 4km (2.5 miles) north of the city center and 6km (3.7 miles) south from the airport. It is connected to the Jardim Zoológico metro station, which is on the blue line and will take you straight to the city center. It is the main hub for the Rede Expressos intercity coaches (express bus services that cover the whole of Portugal). Address: 1500-561 Lisbon

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Seville’s main bus station is called Plaza de Armas and it is located just west of the old town next to the river. To go between the bus station and the Seville Cathedral, you can take the city bus line C4. For up-to-date information on the local city buses:


There are no direct trains from Lisbon to Seville. If you want to travel by train, you will have to go through Madrid. The total trip will take over 12 hours and you will have to change stations in Madrid.

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