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Snap up a flight to Seville, slap on the sunscreen (it’s Spain’s sunniest city) and step into an entirely different rhythm. This soulful destination captures the essence of traditional Spain, making it the ideal choice for a short break from the UK.
There are no direct flights to Seville from Luton Airport (LTN). Connecting flights are offered with airlines such as Spanish low-cost carrier Vueling Airlines. For direct routes to Seville Airport (SVQ), consider flying from London Stansted or London Gatwick airports.
Alternatively, book one of the many cheap, direct flights from Luton to Malaga Airport, which is just two hours by road from Seville. Car hire in Malaga is terrific value, which means it doesn’t cost much to complete your journey.
Assuming you’ve arrived at Seville Airport, you have a couple of cheap and efficient ways of reaching the historic centre of the city.
Airport buses depart frequently and take 30 minutes to reach Plaza de Armas. A one-way ticket costs 4 euros.
For door-to-door convenience, a 15-minute taxi journey costs between 15 and 22 euros.
Consider booking car hire in Seville to make the transfer from the airport and to have the freedom to venture further afield during your stay.
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There are plenty of reasons why travellers look for flights from Luton to Seville.
The capital of Andalusia – a region famed as the home of the fiery, flirty, foot-tapping flamenco dance – is the ideal place to watch or be watched as dancers stamp, fingers click, guitars are strummed and voices ring loud with the cante.
The city’s historic streets, lined with tapas bars and orange trees, send visitors zig-zagging on their way from cerveza y jamon to vino y gambas.
The architecture, too, plays a pivotal role in luring adventure-hungry visitors to Seville. The Alcazar palace is the main attraction, enjoying a new wave of curiosity as fantasy-fiction fans turn up to see the real life Water Gardens of Dorne from TV’s ‘Game of Thrones’.
Other big-hitters on the tourism scene include the Plaza de Espana in Maria Luisa Park, the Plaza de toros de la Real Maestranza bullring, and Seville Cathedral and its Giralda (the bell tower).