One of the peculiarities of Seville is the ease of getting around on foot, thanks to the fact that its routes are usually short. Along them, passers-by can admire the spectacular facades of homes and buildings and the harmonious contrast with the city's monuments.
Like all modern European cities, Seville is framed within a green management plan that favours ecological means of locomotion such as the bicycle. To that end, dozens of kilometres of bicycle lanes have been set up, along with an efficient bicycle rental service capable of moving users to virtually any point in the city.
Similarly, Seville's bus network is wide and extensive. It is undoubtedly the transport system most used by Sevillians due to its strategically located stops.
Another efficient, precise and significant means of transport is the modern Seville Metro line that crosses the city in an east-west orientation and connects with the city's metropolitan area.
The Metrocentro service is the surface version of the Metro. It covers a large area and is ideal for tourists.