About travelling from Seville to Lisbon
Both Seville and Lisbon are vibrant and historically significant cities in the Iberian Peninsula. Captivating cultural traditions and impressive landmarks mean both cities have plenty to offer travellers on both short and long visits, and you can expect to remember your time in either.
Between Seville and Lisbon are some memorable sights, such as the gigantic Statue of Christ the King, the artistic Bacalhoa Winery, the UNESCO-listed town of Evora, the fortified city of Badajoz, the ancient Roman capital Merida, and the ancient Roman city so well preserved it was used as a filming location for Game of Thrones; Archaeological Ensemble of Italica. Of course, for travellers looking to experience these sights in comfort, and with their own custom itinerary, hiring a private car service is the best travel option.
How to get from Seville to Lisbon
If you’re travelling from Seville to Lisbon, you have multiple travel options. For travellers on a budget, taking a bus is the cheapest way to travel from Seville to Lisbon. The fastest way to travel from Seville to Lisbon is by car, with a car also being the best way to travel from Seville to Lisbon thanks to its convenience. It’s also possible to take a flight from Seville to Lisbon.
Seville to Lisbon by train
To travel from Seville to Lisbon by train, you need to get to the Seville Santa Justa Train Station and purchase a ticket to Lisboa Santa Apolonia station. It is best if you buy your tickets in advance online, because these train from Seville to Badajoz departs once daily at 9:50 AM, with a short connections in Merida, Badajoz, and Entroncamento. The train from Seville to Lisbon is operated by Intercidades and Alfa Pendular, with train tickets from Seville to Lisbon costing around €58 for the 2 hour and 45 minute trip. The distance from Seville to Lisbon is about 500 kilometers.
Trains have bathrooms on board, and usually offer a dining car.
|Departs from Santa Justa Train Station|
|Time intervals||Once a day|
|First/Last Departure||9:50 AM|
|Avg. Price 2 persons||€118|
|Duration||~9 h 35 mins|
|Operating Companies||Intercidades, Regional, and Renfe|
Seville to Lisbon by bus
To travel from Seville to Lisbon by bus, there are about 20 departures a day to choose from. Travellers can hop on the bus from the Sevilla Estrada Santa Justa or Plaza De Armas, Seville, and hop off at the Sete Rios or Oriente bus stations in Lisbon, depending which operator you book with. Tickets for the 7:00 AM, and the last bus is at 23:59, with 4-6 busses leaving between 7 AM and 8 AM, 13:30 PM and 14:30 PM, and the last ones between 23:30 PM and 23:59 PM. The bus from Seville to Lisbon is operated by Alsa, with bus tickets from Seville to Lisbon costing between €15-€35 for the 6.5 to 8 hour trip . The distance from Seville to Lisbon is about 460 kilometers.
All options offer direct service from Lisbon to Seville.
|Departs from Sevilla Estrada Santa Justa or Plaza De Armas|
|First/Last Departure||07:00 AM/11:59 PM|
|Avg. Price 2 persons||€30 or €70|
|Duration||~6 h 30 mins to 8 h|
|Operating Companies||Alsa, EuroLines|
Seville to Lisbon Flight
To travel by plane, you need to get to Seville Airport (SVQ). As usual with flights, you’ll want to buy your tickets in advance.
For travelling such a short distance, only non stop flights make sense. Flight tickets start around €105 for the one hour and 10 minutes flight from Seville to Lisbon, a distance of 320 km. It’s recommended to arrive at the airport 2 hours before the flight. Do keep in mind that Portugal is one hour behind Spain.
|Departs from Seville Airport (SVQ)|
|Departure times||07:00 AM, 15:10 PM, 22:00 PM|
|First/Last Departure||09:00 AM/22:00 PM|
|Avg. Price 2 persons||€220|
|Duration||~1 h 10 mins|
Seville to Lisbon Private Car Transfer
For speed and convenience, a private car transfer with Daytrip is the best way to travel from Seville to Lisbon. You will be picked up at your accommodation, and the driver will take care of your luggage. You’ll then be able to enjoy door-to-door service to your accommodation in Lisbon, and can even add sightseeing stops on the way!
Going the other direction? Check how to get from Lisbon to Seville