Taxi from Malaga to Sevilla: best prices 2024

Are you in Málaga and planning a trip to Seville? Need a taxi from Málaga to Seville? Seville is undoubtedly one of the most popular and touristic provinces in Andalusia, alongside Málaga, Granada, and Córdoba. It boasts an impressive historical and architectural heritage, with numerous monuments and places you must visit.

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Seville Taxi Phone: If you prefer, you can book your taxi to Seville by phone: +34 696 779 247. We are also available via Whatsapp.

Price for a taxi from Málaga Airport to Seville

Taxis for 1 to 4 people Taxis for 5 to 8 people
€215 €300

☝ Price is per vehicle, NOT PER PERSON

Price for a taxi from Málaga to Seville

Taxis for 1 to 4 people Taxis for 5 to 8 people
€210 €295

☝ Price is per vehicle, NOT PER PERSON

Seville Taxi Tour Price

We encourage you to book a 6-hour taxi tour in Seville, the best way to see the most interesting points of Seville, for convenience and time-saving.

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Advantages of Taking a Taxi from Málaga to Seville

There are several advantages to consider when hiring a taxi from Málaga to Seville: For one, instead of the 3 and a half hours it would take by bus, or a little over 3 hours by high-speed train (AVE), you can arrive in about 2 hours, saving around 1 to 1 and a half hours. Moreover, the price of a high-speed train ticket per person, for example, is quite high.
By taking a taxi, and especially if there are more than one of you, you can share the expenses and, besides getting there much sooner, you will spend less on transport compared to the high-speed train. Additionally, taking a taxi allows you to stop exactly where you want: at your accommodation or a place you want to visit, while if you travel by high-speed train or bus, you’ll arrive on the outskirts of the city, needing to travel to the center by public transport or walking for about 20-30 minutes, often under the full sun and in the high temperatures of summer.

Another great advantage is that you can book 9-seat taxis, wheelchair-accessible taxis, baby seats, and even book taxi tours in Seville, getting to know all the corners of the city with total comfort.

What to See in Seville

1. Seville Cathedral

Seville Cathedral is one of the city’s most visited monuments. It’s a church with impressive dimensions, being the third-largest cathedral in the world. Construction began in 1401 on the foundations of the former Almohad mosque. A hundred years later, the last stone of the dome was placed. Inside, you can visit the Main Chapel with a Gothic altarpiece and 45 panels depicting the life of Jesus Christ, in addition to Christopher Columbus’s tomb and an incredible collection of jewels and paintings.

2. The Giralda

By entering the Cathedral, you can also visit the Giralda and its bell tower, as it’s included in the same ticket. This minaret from the ancient mosque was modified by Christians, who constructed the top to place more than 24 bells. From the top of the Giralda, you can enjoy magnificent panoramic views of all of Seville. There are no stairs, but a series of inclined ramps, as it was said that this way, the Imam could ascend with his donkey when called to prayer.

3. The Alcázar of Seville

Next to the cathedral lies Seville’s second most important monument: The Alcázar of Seville. The Alcázar remains a royal palace (it’s the oldest royal palace in Spain) and is still used today by the Spanish royal family as their official residence when in Seville. With an Arab-Moorish style, every room is decorated to the last centimeter with geometric patterns, plants, and tiles.

4. General Archive of the Indies

Besides the cathedral and the Alcázar of Seville, there’s another less popular but worthwhile attraction: the General Archive of the Indies. Entry is free, the visit will only take you 15 minutes, and what’s interesting is the extraordinary architecture of the building, as the archives themselves are not accessible.

5. The Santa Cruz District

The Santa Cruz neighborhood is the historical heart of Seville, making it one of the most popular and visited places by tourists. You can walk through its pedestrian streets, enjoy views of the typical courtyards, whitewashed houses, its squares, and rest and have a drink in a bar, eat in a restaurant, or shop for souvenirs in one of its many stores.

6. Casa de Pilatos

The Casa de Pilatos palace was built in 1540 by the first Marquis of Tarifa. Many different styles come together in this building: details of Italian architecture, Mudejar, Gothic, and Renaissance styles. Although the facade is quite classical and very unattractive, the interior is worth seeing.

7. Plaza de España

One of Seville’s world-renowned corners is the famous Plaza de España: an impressive square, where you’ll be astounded by its size and beauty. It was built in 1928 for the Ibero-American Exposition of the following year, aiming to celebrate the discovery of America by Spanish conquistadors and was designed in a semicircle to welcome incoming ships from America. Here you can enjoy the canals and even rent a boat, the 4 bridges that symbolize the 4 ancient Spanish kingdoms, the fountains, and the 48 benches representing each of the Spanish provinces.
Plaza de España is considered a must-visit, even more so for fans of the Star Wars saga – The Clone Wars, as it was here where some scenes from the second movie: Star Wars: Attack of the Clones were filmed.

8. Triana District

The simplest way to get to the Triana district is by crossing the Isabel II Bridge, to reach the other side of the Guadalquivir River. In the past, this district was home to many sailors, gypsies, flamenco singers, and dancers, making it a very lively neighborhood. Enjoy a walk through its streets, trying typical Spanish products, visit the ceramic workshops, stroll along the river, visit the Torre del Oro, the center of Seville, and don’t miss the numerous churches found in the area.

9. The Torre del Oro

Near the Plaza de Toros de Sevilla, you can see the Torre del Oro, which was built on the banks of the Guadalquivir River at the beginning of the 13th century, to reinforce the city’s military defenses. At the Torre del Oro, we can visit the Naval Museum and the terrace, from where we can enjoy panoramic views of the city.
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