Re: Travel Tips for Going to Spain

2010/9/24 Bryen M. Yunashko <suserocks bryen com>:
> On Fri, 2010-09-24 at 13:03 -0600, Stormy Peters wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 10:58 AM, Bryen M. Yunashko <suserocks bryen com>
> wrote:
>  The best thing
> to do is leave your cash home and go straight to an ATM machine.
> Withdraw cash like you do back home.
> I travel a lot and this is what I always do. I've only had trouble once.
> Note that I usually carry some US dollars as a backup. There's always some
> place to change cash at the airport in case the ATM machine there doesn't
> work with your card for some reason. Then you can find a more friendly ATM
> machine later.
> I haven't been to Seville but in general in Spain public transportation is
> really good and you don't need to rely on more expensive taxis. I'd be
> surprised if there wasn't a bus from the airport to the city.
> Stormy
> That's a good point.  Best guestimate I heard for cab from SVQ airport to
> hotel is 20 Euros.  But if someone can post alternative solutions, bus route
> # , where to get off, etc.  That'd be great.

That's right the cab from the Airport to any place of the city is around 20 €:

>From the Airport to the city center there is a special bus which cost
is 2,30 € one way. But you'll need to get at the last stop another bus
to the hotel (to the Hotel Tryp Macarena). The bus is either the C3 or
the C4. They are circular. The ticket cost 1,20 €.
More info here:

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