Cheap Flights from Barcelona to Seville (BCN - SVQ)
Flight information Barcelona to Seville
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 504 miles
This information is correct as of May 2016
Airlines that fly from Barcelona to Seville
Ryanair and Vueling both fly from Barcelona-El Prat Airport to Seville.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Vueling flights depart from terminal 1 while Ryanair fly from terminal 2-B. Terminal 1 has the widest selection of shops. After security you can pick up a sweet treat at Wonkandy or Tutti Frutti, or something more savoury at Sibarium. Fashion shops include Items d'Ho, Mango, Zara and Desigual. You can treat yourself to a pre-flight treatment at Heaven on Earth Express Spa, or sit down for fancy meal at Portagaig: this is run by a Michelin star chef so standards are high. Terminal 2-B has no shops or restaurants in the departure lounge. If you're hungry or want to splash some cash you'll need to do it before heading through security. There's a pharmacy and a travel shop in the public area as well as three snack bars: Pans & Company, Jamiaca and Caffe de Fiore.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Seville Airport is the main airport serving Western Andalucia. You can reach the city by public transport, taxi or hire car. The Especial Aeropuerto bus runs from outside the arrivals hall to the city centre. The journey takes about half an hour. Taxis from Seville Airport have a fixed fare: €21.90* during the day and €24.40* after 10pm and on weekends. If you want to see more of Andalucia you can pre-book your car hire from Seville Airport.
You don't need a passport to fly on domestic routes. You may be asked to show some photographic ID (probably when you check in or at the boarding gate) so it's best to bring your passport just in case. Try to arrive at the airport at least one hour before scheduled departure: 90 minutes beforehand if possible.
What to expect in Seville
Hot and passionate: a good way to describe Seville's culture, and it's weather. During summer the temperature can regularly soar above 40°C while in winter it can be foggy and chilly. The Spanish spoken in Seville is very different to what you will have heard in Barcelona. The accent is a lot stronger and it may take you a few days to adjust. Seville is famous for its tapas, and there are literally hundreds of places to grab a bite to eat over a beer. We've put together a list of our 9 favourite tapas bars, in case you're having trouble narrowing down your choices. If you need a bit more inspiration, check out our top 8 things to do in Seville.
*Prices subject to change
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.