How to reach Seville Alcazar

How to reach Seville Alcazar

Alcazar of Seville lies at Patio de Banderas, s/n, 41004 Seville, Spain. 

Address: Patio de Banderas, s/n, 41004 Seville, Spain. Get Directions.

The Seville Alcazar is easily accessible from all parts of the city through a well-maintained public transport system and roadways.

If you are wondering how to get to Alcazar Seville, there are various options: 

Royal Alcazar of Seville











Royal Alcazar of Seville

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By Train 

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Closest station: Puerta Jerez station

Train line to reach Alcazar: C1

If you wondering how to reach Seville Alcazar, one of the most convenient ways is by train.

If you plan to travel by train, then board the C1 train line. 

Travelers must get off at the Puerta Jerez station to visit the palace. 

If you plan to take the light rail, take the T1 line to Puerta Jerez station.

The station is 400 meters away from the palace. 

By Metro

Closest station: Prado de San Sebastian

Metro line to reach Alcazar: L1

Seville has an 18 km light metro network interconnecting the city. 

The L1 metro takes visitors to the Royal Alcazar of Seville. 

Prado de San Sebastian station is the closest metro station. 

It is a 3-minute walk from the Alcazar. 

By Bus 

There are multiple buses to reach Royal Alcazar of Seville. 

The closest bus stations to the Seville Alcazar are: 

  • El Cid Av. (Rectorado) (7 minutes) 
  • Menendez Pelayo (Juzgados) (7 minutes) 
  • Menendez Pelayo (Diputacion) (7 minutes) 
  • Paseo de Las Delicias (Almirante Lobo) (8 minutes) 
  • Paseo Colon (Jardines Cristina) (9 minutes) 

The bus lines connection Royal Alcazar of Seville are listed below

Bus LineDirectionWalking time
35Prado S.Sebastian – Lagoh7 minutes
C3Barqueta – Prada S.Sebastian7 minutes
01Poligono Norte – Glorieta Plus Ultra7 minutes
C4Plaza de Armas – Prado S.Sebastian7 minutes
A4Prado S.Sebastian – Santa Aurelia8 minutes
05Puerta Triana – Santa Aurelia9 minutes

By Car

Driving through the old city of Seville is an experience on its own. 

Alcazar lies in the heart of Seville and is easily accessible by road from all parts of the city. 

However, it is hard to find parking lots near the palace.

If you hail a cab, it would cost €4 to €5. 

How to reach Seville Alcazar – FAQs

1. Where is the entrance of the Royal Alcazar of Seville?

Royal Alcazar has two entrances

The Puerta del Leon, the main entrance, lies opposite the Seville Cathedral at Plaza Virgen de Los Reyes. 

2. Can I take a bus to the Alcazar of Seville?

Yes, visitors can take a bus to the Royal Alcazar of Seville. 

If you take the bus, get off at the Estacion Prado, Menendez Pelayo, Puerta Jerez or Prado San Sebastian stops. 

3. Is Alcazar Seville open to the public now?

Yes, the Alcazar of Seville is open to visitors now. 

Visitors can book their Alcazar Seville tickets online to secure their entry to the palace. 

4. Can I take the metro to the Alcazar?

The closest tram and metro station is the Prado de San Sebastian station, a 3-minute walk from Alcazar Seville. 

5. What else can I see around the Alcazar of Seville?

Other must-see attractions near Alcazar are the Seville Cathedral, La Giralda Tower and Seville Aquarium.

If you wish to visit the palace, here are the best Alcazar Seville tickets:

The Alcazar of Seville entry ticket: The basic entry ticket with no added benefit.

Alcazar of Seville skip the line ticket: entry ticket to Alcazar with skip the line benefit.

Alcazar of Seville skip the line and guide tour: enjoy a guided tour with skip the line benefit.

Alcazar, Cathedral and Giralda tower guided tour: entry ticket to the best attraction of Seville.

Seville bike tour: A guided bike tour around the city to visit major tourist attractions.

Seville pass: Pass that provides entry to multiple attractions in the city. Seville City Sightseeing tour: Take a Hop on and Hop-off bus tour to visit various sites in Seville.

Cadiz to Seville shore excursion: Cruise the river of Cadiz and hop off to explore the Seville shores and attractions.

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