The Seville tram map shows all the stations and lines of the Seville tramways. This tramway map of Seville will allow you to easily plan your routes in the trams of Seville in Spain. The Seville tram map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
MetroCentro is a surface tramway serving the centre of the city. It began operating in October 2007. At the present time, the service consists of just five stops, Plaza Nueva, Archivo de Indias, Puerta de Jerez, Prado de San Sebastián and San Bernardo, as part of Phase I of the project as its mentioned in Seville tramway map. Seville tramway service is expected to be extended to Santa Justa AVE station, including four new stops: San Francisco Javier, Eduardo Dato, Luis de Morales and Santa Justa. This plan is now postponed. City council gived priority to extend metro lines.
Seville tramway runs on both 750V overhead power and its own bateries (see Seville tramway map). This design is to avoid ugly electrical catenery wires in the historic centre next to the cathedral. Seville tramways have to charge their bateries at the stations in this 500m section. Locals rushing for the tramway in Plaza Nueva know when it is about to depart as the pantagraph on the roof is lowered. There are future expansion plans to Santa Justa railway station. The Metro Centro tramway opened in stages between 2007 and 2011. The Metro Centro Tramway saw a return of trams to Seville which has previously run from 1866 to 1965.
Seville tramway tickets, timetables and payments work in exactly the same way as the bus system and the tramway is a quick and reliable way to get around. Tourist Cards and Sevilla Cards are also valid on tramways (see Seville tramway map). You can buy a ticket (1.20 euros) at any station, from the machine on the platform, which you stamp on the tram itself. A more economical option is the combined bus/tramway rechargeable pass, Tarjeta Multiuso (see Seville tramway map, Bus).