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The easiest and fast way to get the Faculty of Economics and Business from Sevilla-Santa Justa is by using the commuter train to San Bernardo station.
See this link:
Stops: In front of the Terminal.
Frequency: every 30 minutes from 04:30 to 01:15.
Approximate journey time: 35 minutes
Cost: 4€ for a single trip. 6€ for a return ticket.
Buying tickets: from the driver (only in cash with a maximum change of 20€).
Approximate journey time: 20 minutes.
Cost: Fixed fare to a single destination within the city of 22.20 € (24.75 € by nights and weekends), including all concepts (luggage, departure from airport fees, …).
MOVING AROUND IN SEVILLE
Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla S.A. Municipal (TUSSAM) operates the tram and the bus network ( including the night buses. For multiple trips, it is convenient to buy a rechargeable card (1.50€ deposit) valid in buses and tram that can be used by more than a single person and that entitle for 50% discount in fares.
Official Seville Taxis are white with a yellow strip and a green light on the top of the Taxi indicates that it’s available for hire. Most taxis are licensed to carry up to 4 passengers however some van taxis have a special license to carry up to 6 passengers. If you require a taxi to carry 6 passengers, it is better to book it by phone.
If you’re attempting to get around in the very heart of the city, a taxi may not be the best choice. Most of the city center is pedestrianized and the roads that go through the center can be quite small and congested.
There is a scheme of public bikes for rent (Sevici) with 250 spots, 2.500 public bikes for renting (the best ratio per inhabitant) and a wide network of cycling-paths (120 km).