5th Meeting of Regulating with
RNA in Bacteria & Archaea

March 19-22, 2018 • Seville/Spain

5th Meeting of Regulating with
RNA in Bacteria & Archaea

March 19-22, 2018 • Seville/Spain

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Navigation Address:
Hotel Sevilla Macarena
Calle San Juan de Ribera, 2
41009 Seville, Spain

Seville airport San Pablo is situated on the A4 highway (known as E05 in the International E-road network) which connects Seville and its ringroad with Madrid. The motorways around Seville provide relatively easy access to Jerez (under an hour), Marbella on the Costa del Sol (around 3 hours) and even Faro in Portugal (around 2½ hours).

From the Airport
To go from the airport of Seville to the center of the city and vice versa, there is an urban bus transport line (Line EA) that connects both points, with stops, including the AVE station.

At the airport, the bus stop is outside the terminal.
The ticket can be bought directly from the driver. The journey takes about 30 minutes, depending on traffic.

Bus Stops:
Airport - Kansas City - Santa Justa Station (AVE, train station) - Luis de Morales - Metro San Bernado / RENFE - Carlos V Avenue (Jardines del Prado) - Paseo Colón (where is the Torre del Oro) - Plaza de Armas (bus station).

Prices:
The price of the single ticket is EUR 4.
The price of the return ticket is EUR 6.

Hours:
Bus from the airport to Seville center: from 4:30 am to 1:15 am.
Bus from Seville center to the Airport: from 4:30 am to 00:15 am.
The service runs 365 days a year.

Bus Schedule and other information: Tussam
Information telephone: +34 902 459 954

The taxi ride is the quickest way to get downtown Seville from the airport and vice versa. The journey takes about 30 minutes and the cost is EUR 20-25, depending on the traffic and your final destination. The taxi rank is just in front of the terminal.

Companies in Seville airport:

  • Radiotaxi Giralda: +34 954 675 555
  • Radiotaxi: +34 954 580 000
  • Teletaxi: +34 954 622 222

Bus
Seville has an extensive bus network, covering all neighbourhood around the city. Most busses leave either from Puerta de Jerez (south of the centre) or from Plaza Ponce de Leon (east). The circular buses, C3 and C4, follow the ring road around the old city centre. One small bus takes a circular route inside the centre, the C5.

They run from about 6 am to 11.30 pm, with night busses leaving from the Prado from 12 midnight to 2 am.

Prices
EUR 1.40 per trip, to buy on board.

How to reach the Hotel
From the City Center Plaza de Armas/Plaza de Dios (Plaza Europa) you can take bus number 13 (Pino Montano) and will reach the Hotel Sevilla Macarena in around 9 min. (4 Stops, 1,5km)