Sevilla City Pass
Travel through the Andalusian Capital
Sevilla City Pass
The Travel Card for Seville
Discover Seville in a relaxed and affordable way. With the Seville Pass in your pocket, you have free and priority entry to the imposing Cathedral of Seville and the popular Real Alcazar, the magnificent Royal Palace of Seville. Be sure to wander through the beautiful gardens before or after you have visited the palace. What’s more, Included in the pass is a tour on the hop-on hop-off buss, one of the best ways to see Seville at your own pace. If you also opt for a 3-day public transport pass, public transport is free as is the transfer by taxi from Seville airport to your hotel in the city.
The Sevilla City Pass is perfect for visitors who want to see the most important sights and attraction, not all museums, sights and attractions, that Seville offers. The pass also allows you a 20% discount on other sights and museums in the city as well as flamenco shows, tapas tours, bike tours and excursions. The Seville City Pass is hassle-free, purchase is online, tickets and vouchers are sent to you and there is no need to pick up your pass in person when you arrive in Seville.
Skip the Lines
With this city pass in your pockets, waiting lines are history. You enjoy skip-the-line entry to Real Alcazar, the beautiful royal palace, and the impressive Seville Cathedral. This means you visit these two popular attractions via fast-track entry.
Public Transport and Airport Transfer
When purchasing your Seville City Pass, you can opt to add a three-day public transport card including airport transfer from the airport to your hotel or B&B. This pass allows you free travel on buses and trams in Seville. A hop-on hop-off bus tour is also included in your pass. This bus tour is a relaxed way to see the sights and attraction of Seville. Hop off and see sights and attractions in detail, hop on again to continue your tour.
If you opt to add the public transport pass to your Seville pass, a taxi driver will be waiting for you when you arrive at Seville airport. He will also give you the physical public transport card and then takes you to your accommodation. Your public transport pass is activated when you scan your card in bus or tram for the first time. From then on your pass is valid for three consecutive days.
In addition to free entry to Real Alcazar, Seville Cathedral and the free Hop-on Hop-off bus tour, you are also eligible for many discounts when showing your city pass: discount on museums and attractions, discount on cycling and walking tours, boat trips, flamenco shows and excursions to Malaga, Granada and Cordoba.
No need to collect your physical City Pass or collect vouchers when you arrive in Seville because they will be sent to you before you arrive.
- Ticket and walk past the line-up at the Alcazar Royal Palace
- Skip-the-line ticket for the Cathedral of Seville
- Ticket for the hop-on hop-off bus (valid for 24 hours)
- Option: Three-day public transport card
- Option: Transfer by private taxi from Seville Airport to your hotel
- Discounts on other attractions, museums, tours and shows
- Discounts on excursions to Malaga, Granada and Cordoba.
How does the Sevilla City Pass work?
Purchase your Sevilla City Pass online. Select your arrival date (important for the airport transfer). You will receive an e-mail with a link so that you can fill in the dates of your visit to Real Alcazar and the Cathedral. The tickets are sent to you via an app which you show at the entrance. You will also receive a discount code allowing you discounts at other museums, attractions, tours, shows and excursions in Seville.
Seville: The City
Seville is the capital city of the beautiful region of Andalusia and has 700,000 inhabitants. It is an attractive and lively city, rich in history. Enjoy the beautiful sights and attractions, mouth-watering tapas, quirky shops, ancient culture and flamenco music. Ryanair and other low cost airlines connect Seville to many European cities. Seville is a popular city trip destination
Seville buzzes with activity and is packed with sights: the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, with its Giralda bell tower, formerly the minaret of a mosque, the Royal palace and gardens, Plaza de Espagna built in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition and the Triana and Santa Cruz neighbourhoods are only a few of the highlights of Seville. It’s common knowledge that in every restaurant and each bar you can enjoy the most delicious tapas!