Seville, the capital of Andalucia in southern Spain, offers much to tourists of all ages and preferences. Seville can be reached through Sevilla International Airport, located 25 minutes away from the city centre by car. The airport offers visitors high speed Wi-Fi Internet access. Visitors to the region can also reach the city centre by the Especial Aeropuerto (EA) bus service, which runs every 30 minutes from outside of the arrivals hall. Taxis are available near to the bus stop and run to Seville city centre. Cheap flights to Seville are run by La Parra International Airport, located 10km from Jerez de la Frontera.
Seville is home to an extensive public transportation system. Buses run regularly and cover the vast majority of the city. Visitors wishing to use the bus service can purchase bus cards at news kiosks across the city. Sevici bikes and scooters are also available across the city for rent. It is easy to get around by scooter and a driver's license is not required. A tram system runs from the San Sabastian Bus Station to the Plaza de Nueva. Taxis are also readily available to those visiting on Seville flights. Seville's metro stops at Plaza de Cuba, Prado de San Sebastian and San Bernardo.
Visitors to Seville may wish to purchase a Sevilla Card, which aids city exploration and conserves travel funds; perfect for those who have purchased cheap airfare to Seville. The Cathedral of Seville, a fifteenth century cathedral, is the resting place of Christopher Columbus. The cathedral is a must-see for all visitors to the city. The Museum of Fine Arts (Plaza del Museo) is popular with tourists to Seville, as is the Museo de Carruajes, a museum of carriages. The Museo del Baile Flamenco, Seville's Flamenco Dance Museum, is perfect for families visiting Seville. On Friday and Saturday evenings, the museum is host to a spectacular show.
Visitors who like to shop will find the many open-air markets in Seville a treat. Toro de Fuego is a popular clothing boutique in the city: ideal for those who have purchased flights to Seville in the hope of picking up goods to take home. Sloppy Joe's Pizza Inn offers high quality food to those visiting Seville. Great tapas can also be found at La Manzanilla. The nightlife of Seville is spectacular. Isla Cartuja is where numerous open-air discotheques can be found. Tourists who wish to relax in their accommodation may wish to purchase beers at Cervecería La Internacional, home to over 250 types of beer.