Buses are an easy and cheap way to get around in the city of Seville city and the surrounding area. If you are planning to use them a lot then the most cost effective way is to buy a bonobus pass at newsagents or tobacconists.
The bus network is Seville is made up of circular C-1, C-2, C-3 and C-4 buses with routes running to the north, south, east and west. You can catch most city buses from the main four stops in Puerta de Jerez, the Plaza de la Encarnacion, La Barqueta and the Prado de San Sebastian bus station.
The buses generally run until about 23:30. The night buses usually stop around 02:00. Always have some small change on hand so that you can try and pay the exact fare (€50 notes are not appreciated and often not taken, especially after 9:00 pm).
There is one main bus that runs from the Seville Airport into Plaza de Armas in the city centre at about 30 minute intervals and costs €4,00 single fare, €6,00 return or €41.00 for a monthly pass.
This bus also stops at the main Seville Santa Justa main line railway station.
The journey time is approximately 35 minutes and the buses run at regular 30 minute intervals from the airport from 04:30 to 00:30 and from Seville from 05:20 to 01:15.
For more details telephone: +34 902 459 954 or visit www.tussam.es.
By Linda Craik Google+