Seville, the capital city of Andalusia, is one of the world’s favorite destinations among tourists and students. Our city is located in southern Spain and you can enjoy more than  3,000 hours of sunshine per year. Being the cradle of flamenco and famous thanks to its historical tradition, heritage, festivals and gastronomy, Seville offers to students an unique environment to learn Spanish by meeting its people and living immersed in its culture.


Seville has become a reference in tradition and Spanish popular culture thanks to its worldwide-known festivals such as the Feria de Abril (April’s Fair), Easter or Bullfighting. However, many other cultural events offer an attractive leisure and nightlife agenda  in Seville (the Seville European Film Festival, the Flamenco Biennial, or Territorios Sevilla International Music Festival are just a few examples).


A monumental city par excellence, Seville is famous due to its Cathedral, the Royal Alcazar and the Archive of the Indies, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Current highlights include its parks, squares, numerous churches, museums and so on, where visitors can walk around while learning more about its history. Seville is a flat city where distances are not so great, so it’s very easy to get around and invites visitors to discover its beautiful neighborhoods full of narrow streets and to liven up the trip by tasting the famous “tapas”.


Just an  hour’s drive from Seville are the Cadiz and Huelva beaches, Doñana Nature Reserve, and many other good options for excursions to nearby areas.


And best of all is that Seville, a happy and welcoming southern city, is known for the familiarity of its people in their daily affairs, the perfect city to feel like at home!

Seville is very well connected by land, sea, and air.


    • The San Pablo AIRPORT (10 Km – 6.2 miles away from the city) links Seville with the most important capitals cities of Europe and the rest of the world. Other nearby airports are the airport of Jerez and the airport of Malaga. Click here for more information about flights.


    • You can get to Madrid, the capital of Spain, in just two hours and a half from Santa Justa TRAIN STATION. Renfe offers plenty of connections and schedules. Click here for more information about trains.


    • There are daily buses departing from the Prado Bus Station or the Plaza de Armas Bus Station connecting Seville with multiple destinations on the Andalusian coast and other interesting cities throughout Spain. Click here for more information about buses.


  • Due to its proximity to Cadiz, Seville offers the possibility of traveling by ferry to destinations near Spain on the north coast of Africa at advantageous prices. Click here for more information about ferries.

The weather in Seville is excellent all year round. The dry and warm climate guarantees many sunny days a year. The average annual temperature is 18º C (64º F). This pleasant climate makes people from Seville being open to visitors and to fully enjoy outdoors festivals all year round.


The most rainy seasons in Seville are spring and autumn, though this city is mainly known for its sunny days. Rainfall is scarce, with an annual average of 52 rainy days. There is even a popular saying related to it: ‘La lluvia en Sevilla es una maravilla.’ (Rainfall in Seville is a marvel).




Seville is a flat city where distances can be easily covered on foot or by public transport.

  • Sevici
    There is a network of bike lanes which connects every neighborhood with the city center. The rental of this public service is very cheap and ideal for moving around the city. There is a Sevici station just 2 minutes away from our center.
    Please visit: for more information about public bicycles.
  • Bus
    The following bus lines stop near our center:
  • C1 / C2 / 22 / 25 / 26 / 28 / 29 lines stop at the Edificio Viapol
  • 30 / 31 / 37 /38 / 1 lines stop at the Avda. de la Borbolla (Meliá Hotel)

Please visit: for more information about buses.

  • Train and metro
    Train and metro stations are 5 minutes away from our center.
  • Metro Line 1 (San Bernardo Station).
    Please visit for more information about metro.
  • Suburban Trains (San Bernardo Station)
    Please visit for more information about trains.
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