Seville is connected to a network of national highways, motorways and roads. The A-4 Andalusia highway links Seville with Madrid; the A-92 links Seville and Granada and the AP-4 toll road runs to Cadiz. The A-66 runs north through the city of Merida in Extremadura. The A-49 leads to Huelva. The SE-30 is the highway that rings Seville and from which there are roads into the city. Seville has two bus stations from which a number of different bus companies operate: the Plaza de Armas bus station (Av. Cristo de la Expiracion s/n, tel +34 954 90 80 40) connects the city with the towns in the province as well as with the main Spanish cities, and the Prado de San Sebastian bus station (tel. +34 954 41 71 11), provides links to all the capital cities in Andalusia.
Santa Justa train station, located in the north of the city (Av Kansas City, s/n, tel +34 902 24 02 02, www.renfe.es), is one of the busiest railway stations in Spain. This is the station used by the AVE high speed train which links Madrid and Seville in just two hours and twenty minutes. Thirty-six trains run daily between the two cities. Seville also has rail links with all the other capital cities of Andalusia and with cities in Castile-La Mancha and Extremadura. There are also three local lines that connect the capital and its metropolitan area.
San Pablo Airport (tel. 954 26 09 15, www.aena.es) is located 12 kilometres from Seville on the A-4. Ten airlines operate there, three national and seven foreign companies. The foreign airlines service major European cities, while companies such as Iberia (tel. 902 40 05 00) fly daily to major Spanish cities. The airport terminal can be reached by bus, taxi or car.
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