The Seville metro map shows all the stations and lines of the Seville metro. This metro map of Seville will allow you to easily plan your routes in the metro of Seville in Spain. The Seville metro map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
The Seville metro (Metro de Sevilla in Spanish) is a light metro network serving the city of Seville, Spain and its metropolitan area. The system is totally independent of any other rail or street traffic. All Seville metro stations were built with platform screen doors (see Metro map Seville). It was the sixth Metro system to be built in Spain, after those in Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao and Palma de Mallorca. Currently, it is the fifth biggest Metro company in Spain by number of passengers carried (more than 15,000,000 in 2011).
While the bus and tram tend to be the preferred methods for getting around Seville, the fairly new metro system is another mode of transport worth considering. With just three lines as its shown in Metro map Seville, the metro runs from 06:30 to 23:00 and until 02:00 on Friday and Saturdays. A single ticket costs 1,40€ or a one day ticket including unlimited travel on the Metro is 4,50€. The Bonometro cards allow you to travel more cheaply and easily, with single fares costing as little as 0,80€. You can top them up in increments of 10€.
Seville currently has one line of the metro underground system. Seville metro covers the route from the Aljarafe (southern metropolitan area of Seville) to the public Pablo de Olavide university with a total of 18,2 km and 22 stations as its mentioned in Metro map Seville. Seville metro system is totally independent from other car, rail or pedestrian traffic, always underground in the urban areas and on viaduct outside of them.
The Seville subway map shows all the stations and lines of the Seville subway. This subway map of Seville will allow you to easily plan your routes in the subway of Seville en Spain. The Seville subway map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Construction of a subway in Seville began in 1974 with three proposed lines, covering only the city of Seville (see Seville subway map). This project was cancelled in 1983, after construction had begun on some of the tunnels, due to fears that historic buildings might be damaged. In 1999 a new subway project was started by the Seville Metro Corporation (in Spanish, Sociedad del Metro de Sevilla), founded by a former mayor of Seville. It was scheduled to be completed in 2006, but only began operation on 2 April 2009. The new project plans a subway network covering Seville and its metropolitan area (1,500,000 inhabitants) formed by four lines, all of them, completely independent of other traffic.
The subway system in Seville consists of a single metro line that travels from Ciudad Expo in the west to Olivar de Quintos in the east as you can see in Seville subway map. Seville subway has three zones, which create a simple and straightforward fare system, based on the number of journeys and number of “saltos” (jumps) between zones, and nothing more.
Since 2009 Seville has one subway line with 22 stations and at the moment they are busy working on three subway lines as its shown in Seville subway map. The stops of the Seville subway can be found here, but the line is primarily intended to connect you to the suburbs of Seville. A one-way trip starts at € 1.35.