Useful information before leaving for Seville

Useful information before leaving for Seville

We have collected on this page a series of numbers, addresses and useful tips to know before leaving for Seville.

Tourist information

In the most visited places in Seville there are tourist information offices, ideal for finding out about all the latest events organized in the city and in the province and for receiving a free map of the city.

  • Seville Tourism
    Plaza del Triunfo, 1 | Telephone: 954 21 00 05 | | Hours: 10.30 - 19.00 from Mon to Fri
  • Municipal Tourist Office
    Calle de Aragona, 28 | Telephone 954 22 17 14 | Hours: 9.00 - 21.00 from Mon to Fri; 9.00 - 14.00 sat and sun
  • Regional Tourist Office
    Santa Justa Station. Avd. Kansas City | Phone: 954 78 20 02 | | Hours: 9.00 - 20.00 from Monday to Friday; 10.00 - 14.00 Sat and Sun.
  • Regional Tourist Office
    Avda. Constitución, 21 B | Phone: 954 787 578 | | Hours: 9.00 - 19.30 from Mon to Fri; 9.30 - 15.00 Sat, Sun and holidays
  • San Pablo Airport
    Phone: 954 44 91 28 |
  • Seville Town Hall (Museo de la Logia)
    San Francisco Square | Telephone: 954 59 01 88

Periodicals for tourists

Tourist and Welcome & Olè are free magazines with useful information for tourists. There free magazine El Giraldillo, distributed in all tourist offices and some hotels, offers detailed information about the events and events taking place in Seville and throughout Andalusia.


In Seville as in the rest of the Spanish cities, for any type of emergency you can call 112, the single number that coordinates police, ambulances and firefighters. If you need an ambulance you can also call 061, exclusively dedicated to medical first aid.


The Seville Police Station is located in the Paseo de las Delicias. Telephone 95-461-54-50.

Health care


  • The Virgen del Rocìò public hospital is located on Avenida de Manuel Siurot, about 2 kilometers from the city center, near the Parque de Maria Luisa and is the largest in Seville. Tel. 95-501-20-00
  • Centro de Salud El Porvenir is a public hospital with an emergency room and is located between Avenidas Menéndez y Pelayo and Avenida de Cadiz. Tel. 955.03.78.17
  • The Clínica Triana, for emergencies and medical examinations, is located in Av. Ronda de Triana 14A. Tel. 95-433-48-28
  • Centro Dentaire La Macarena, a large dental clinic with continuous hours for emergencies, is located in Rondo Capucinos 8-10. Tel. 95-441-32-02

Please note that to receive health care in all public hospitals and the reimbursement of up to 80% of the expenses incurred, it is necessary to have the magnetic card of the National Health System with you, as an alternative to the old E111 model.


To find out which pharmacies are open at night, you can call the Guardia Pharmacy at the telephone number 90-252-21-11.

One of the largest pharmacies in Seville is the Puerta de la Carne and is located at Calle Demetrio de los Ríos 3. tel. 95-441-44-53


Banks are usually open from Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 14pm.



  • To call from Seville to Italy: +39 - number to call.
  • To call from Italy to Spain: 0034 + number to call.
  • The Seville telephone area code is 95 for national calls, 345 for calls from abroad.

If you are calling from a public phone and need assistance in Italian, call 025.

There are numerous public telephones throughout the center of Seville. International calls can be made at the following telephone centers.

  • Ciber Alcazar, Calle San Fernando 35
  • First Center, Avenida de la Constitucion 34

Seville with children

Seville is a city that offers ample space for the fun and entertainment of children. For example the gardens along the banks of the Guadalquivir, the Parque Maria Luisa, the gardens of the Alcazar, the attractions of Isla Magica, the Puppet and Marionette Festival, the pet market in Plaza de la Alfalfa and other amusement parks they are all ideal places and events for the little ones.

The Magic Island

La Isla Magica is located on the Island of la Cartuja and is a huge one theme park dedicated to the Discovery of America. Multimedia shows, roller coasters, water rides and rides turn children into real pirates and navigators! In the park there are also restaurants, bars and shops. The Isla Magica can be reached by crossing the bridge de la Barqueta.

Puppet and Marionette Festival

During the month of May, in the Alameda Municipal Theater of Seville, the Puppet and Marionette Festival takes place, a great fun for the little ones.

Aquópolis Sevilla Guadalpark

The Aquópolis Sevilla Guadalpark is a great one water park: slides, swimming pools, karts track and other attractions, ideal for spending a summer day.


In Guillena, a town on the outskirts of Seville, there is Mondo-Park, a large one botanical-zoological park.

Siviglia ei gay

Seville is a very welcoming city and its inhabitants are courteous and respectful. Alameda de Hercules is the alternative neighborhood of Seville and the clubs in the neighborhood are a meeting place for the gay community of Seville.

La Seville gay scene it is not as lively as in Barcelona or Madrid, much larger cities than the Andalusian capital, but the meeting places are very popular especially on weekends. The larger clubs, in fact, only open on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. In the summer, the nightlife moves to the clubs along the river, in Calle Betis in Triana, Arjona and Torneo, in the kiosks of the parks and discos on Isla de la Cartuja.

The Costa de Sol is 45 minutes away from Seville and has some of the best gay-friendly beaches in Western Europe. Also Seville has a fair number of hotel gay-friendly.

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