The distance from the coastal city of Valencia to Seville in the heart of Andalusia is about 413 miles (665 km). The fastest and most comfortable way to get from Valencia to Seville is by flying, which takes under an hour and a half.

It is also possible to drive (or hire a private transfer). Getting from Valencia to Seville will take about half a day. The inland route will take you through several interesting cities and past many of the region’s beautiful nature parks, leaving you with ample opportunities for sightseeing along the way.

A high-speed train route is also available, as well as a bus route.

If you’d like to combine Valencia’s coastal charms and famous cuisine with Seville’s history and traditions, this family-friendly 13-day itinerary allows you to see both cities, plus Barcelona, Madrid, and Malaga.  

By Flight

Duration: 1.5 hours

Flying is the easiest way to get from Valencia to Seville. Several direct flights leave each day from Valencia’s international airport, with most fares costing under 50 euros. Flights are operated by Iberia, Vueling, and Ryanair.

Valencia’s airport can be accessed via the Valencia Metro, or by taxi. 

By Rental Car or Private Transfer

Duration: 6.5 hours, more with stops

Private transfers can be booked to drive you directly from your hotel or from Valencia airport to Seville. If you prefer to rent a car, many major rental companies exist in Valencia as well. 

There are a few different routes you could take to get from Valencia to Seville. You have the option of taking highways A3 and A4—this is the quickest route, and takes you through the historic city of Cordoba, with its famous Mezquita, Synagogue, and Alcazar.

You could also choose to take highway A92. While this will lengthen your trip by about 45 minutes, it will give you the opportunity to visit the university city of Murcia, as well as Granada, where the famous Alhambra palace is located. If you do intend to visit the Alhambra, be sure to book ahead, as the palace can only be visited by advance booking and tickets sell out quickly.

For those who enjoy hiking, you can consider stopping off at the Sierra de Andujar, Sierras de Cazorla, or Sierra Nevada nature parks for some great views.  

By Train

Duration: 4 hours by high-speed train, 8 hours by regular train

Spain’s state-owned train operator, Renfe, runs a few trains per day from Valencia to Seville. Both high-speed and regular options are available. Only about 3-5 trains run on this route daily, so booking in advance is recommended.

By Bus

Duration: 11 hours 

ALSA operates buses from Valencia’s main bus station to Seville’s Plaza de Armas Station.

Only a few buses run per day, so we recommend booking in advance. Non-refundable tickets are sometimes available for a lower fare. Some buses make frequent stops, which may increase travel times. 

Valencia’s bus station is just northwest of the historic center. It can be accessed via the “Turia” stop on Line 1 of the Valencia Metro, or by taxi.

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