The workshop will take place at IMUS (Mathematical Institute of the University of Seville) within the Doc-Course Applied Mathematics and Optimization to be held in March-May 2015.


Getting to Sevilla



Sevilla is easy to reach from the main Spanish cities. Sevilla has an international airport (Sevilla-San Pablo Airport) and a main train station (Sevilla-Santa Justa) with a fast-track railway connecting Sevilla with Madrid as well as many other important cities in Spain.

Airport

Sevilla-San Pablo Airport is about 10 km far from the city center. The most convenient ways to get to Sevilla is either by bus or by taxi.

By bus: One way trip is 4,00 Euros. (More information).

By taxi: You can see the fares here.

Train

Sevilla has good rail links to Barcelona, Cádiz, Córdoba, Jaén, Jerez de la Frontera, Granada, Huelva, Madrid, and Málaga. The fast–track AVE railway line provides a 2h 30min connection to Madrid every hour. For more information you can go to the train company. Web Page.

Sevilla–Santa Justa train station is connected to the city center by local bus lines C1, C2 and 32. Red painted city buses are the predominant public transportation. Information about bus lines at Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla (TUSSAM) Tel: 955 479 000 or at their web page http://www.tussam.es/. You can get a map here.

Intercity buses

There are two bus stations with bus services to most of the main cities in Spain:

  • Prado de San Sebastián bus station Tel: 954 417 111.
  • Plaza de Armas bus station. Tel: 954 908 040.

The cheapest way to get from Madrid to Sevilla is by intercity bus Socibus. For more info visit http://www.socibus.es/.

Local buses

Red painted city buses are the predominant  public transportation.
Information about bus lines (and tramway line) at Transportes Urbanos de Sevilla (TUSSAM) Tel: 955 479 000 or at their web page http://www.tussam.es/. You can get a one trip ticket (1,40 Euros) directly from the driver (from the machines in the tramway shelters) but  it is cheaper if you buy a rechargeable travel card (they can be bought at most magazine stores you find in sidewalks all around the city): 6,40+1,50 Euros for the one–trip travel card (called "tarjeta sin trasbordo") and 7,00+1,50 Euros for the multiple–connections travel card (called "tarjeta con trasbordo"). There are also tourist travel cards for one day (5,00 Euros) and for three days (10,50 Euros). For a map of the city with the local buses lines here.

TAXI

A usual taxi fare from north to south of the city center is around 8 Euros:

  • Radio–Taxi Giralda: Tel: 954 675 555.
  • Radio–Taxi Tel: 954 580 000.
  • Tele–Taxi: Tel: 954 622 222.


BYCECAL

The fare for subscription for seven days: 10€ + 150€ (refunded unless lost or stolen bicycle).

The first 30 minutes free. If you need to use it more time, you have to leave it and take it again. If you pass the limit, you´ll have to pay the first hour: 1€, and after 2€/hour.

More information: www.sevici.es

 

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