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Spain’s southern capital

Book Flights to Seville

Pretty Seville, tucked into Spain’s south-western corner, is one of the country’s largest cities. Here you can watch flamenco dancers dominate the dancefloor, tick off the towering Seville Cathedral, and visit Christopher Columbus’ tomb.

Fly to Seville with British Airways and bask in some of Spain’s warmest summer temperatures. You can cool off beneath the famous orange trees that line the city’s boulevards, or in one of Seville’s historic buildings, like the Alcazar of Seville. The Islamic architecture, shaded courtyards and water features offer a respite from the intensity of the sun. Then, relax with a drink at one of Seville’s many rooftop bars – some even have water misters to cool you down – before tucking into tapas for dinner. Legend has it that tapas, along with flamenco, originated in Andalusia, so book your flight to Seville today and enjoy some truly authentic dishes for yourself.

Seville flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Seville?

We have regular flights to Seville departing from London with a flight time of approximately two hours and 45 minutes.

What’s the cheapest month to fly to Seville?

The cheapest time of the year to visit Spain tends to be in the winter. Temperatures are still mild from November to March, but beach weather isn’t likely. You still might be able to find a deal at other times of the year.

When’s the best time to visit Seville?

Seville boasts the hottest temperatures in Spain during the summer, so it’s a great time to visit if you love the heat. The locals tend to head for the coast at this time of year, so the city is quieter too. If you’d prefer things a bit cooler, spring and autumn offer an excellent alternative while still being pleasant enough for sightseeing. Alongside the drop in temperature, cultural events like the Flamenco Biennial festival take place, showcasing the skills of some of Spain’s best dancers.

Is Seville cheap to visit?

Seville is more affordable than other big Spanish cities like Barcelona and Madrid. It’s also a popular destination for backpackers, meaning there are plenty of options for those on a budget. You can walk to most of Seville’s must-visit spots, saving money on public transport, and stay in everything from budget hostels to luxury hotels. Plus, with a huge selection of tapas restaurants on offer, you can grab a few small plates instead of a full meal to save some euros.

Is it easy to get around Seville?

You can reach Seville’s centre by bus or taxi, if you haven’t booked a transfer or a hire car. The bus is the cheapest option and takes about 35 minutes, while taxi takes around 15 and will cost quite a bit more.

If you want to hire a car with British Airways you can see Seville and venture out to explore more of Spain. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.

Why visit Seville?

Impressive architecture, world-class flamenco dancing and some of best tapas in the country – Seville is a must-visit Spanish city. Whether you’re using it as a base to explore the south coast’s beach towns or setting up camp for a longer break, there’s plenty to fall in love with here.

Why fly British Airways to Seville?

Découvrez un service exceptionnel dès votre réservation. En voyageant avec un bagage à main uniquement, vous pourrez emporter gratuitement deux bagages en cabine. Si vous choisissez notre option de bagages enregistrés, vous pourrez voyager avec un bagage à main et un bagage de 23 kg enregistré en soute, et profiter de la sélection gratuite de votre siège 24 heures avant votre vol. À bord, vous bénéficierez d'un air filtré HEPA, d'un service de restauration de qualité et d'un accueil chaleureux et typiquement britannique.

Il ne vous reste plus qu'à vous détendre et à nous laisser prendre soin de vous, à chaque étape e votre voyage.

Seville Travel Essentials

Heure du vol

2 h 45 min

Fuseau horaire

GMT+1

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Euro

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