San Pablo Airport (SVQ) or Seville airport is located in the south of Spain, 10 kilometres north-east of the Sevillian capital. It is the main airport serving the Western Andalucia region, being the main base for Vueling and Ryanair low-cost carriers.
Jerez International Airport is only 30-40 minutes by train from Seville, making this airport an arrival destination from many European cities. Almost 30 cities are connected to Jerez.
Malaga International Airport – this airport is located 214 km from Seville and is connected to the most important European capitals. With 20 million passengers per year and its connections to America and Asia, this airport is ranked third in Spain in terms of flight volume.
The main train station (Seville Santa Justa) is located in the city centre connected by metro to the rest of the city. There are a number of daily connections from major European cities.
There are two bus stations in Seville, both located in the city centre: the Prado de San Sebastian bus station, which serves the rest of the Andalucia region, and the ‘Plaza de Armas bus station, which links Seville to Huelva, other regions of Spain and even to Portugal.
Congress participants will have access to free public transport (metro, bus and tram) during the congress.
ECSS Travel Grant
ECSS is offering 3 travel grants of 500€ each. Read more about the ECSS Travel Grant
The Seville Convention Bureau is the official local tourism partner for ECSS Sevilla 2022 and offers many trips and cultural experiences for congress participants at competitive rates. Please visit the SCB website to make a booking.