About the City

Seville, a municipality and city in Spain, is the capital of both the homonymous province and Andalusia.

Its old town, covering 3.9 km², is the largest in Spain and the sixth largest in Europe. Its historic center is one of the oldest in Spain. Among its most representative monuments are the Cathedral (including the Giralda), the Alcázar, the Archivo de Indias, and the Torre del Oro, all declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1987.

Seville, a city full of color, art, and a great atmosphere, is an ideal location for scientific congresses. With its historic landmarks and vibrant culture, it provides an inspiring backdrop for intellectual exchange and collaboration.

Ways to get to Seville


You can fly into San Pablo Airport (Seville Airport) and it’s only a 30-minute drive from the airport to the city center.


The train is also one of the most popular options, arriving at Santa Justa Station.

  • CAR

With one of the world’s largest road networks, driving to Seville is a great option.

  • BUS

Thanks to the extensive road network, reaching Seville by bus is also feasible.