Official taxis in Seville are white with a yellow stripe across the back passenger door. You can easily spot these taxis driving around or at taxi ranks 24/7. Taking a Seville taxi is very affordable and the most convenient way to explore the city. There are no set-rate fares, you will be charged using a taximeter based on how far your destination is.
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Seville Taxi prices
Seville taxi prices are calculated using a taximeter based on distance travelled. Prices are regulated throughout the city and work using a two tariff system. Seville taxi drivers use Tariff 1 from 07:00 to 21:00 and Tariff 2 from 21:00 to 07:00. There’s a minimum charge of €3.24 during the day on Tariff 1 and €4.06 at night on Tariff 2.
Base fare Tariff 1 – €1.19
Price per km Tariff 1 – €0.83
Base fare Tariff 2 – €1.45
Price per km Tariff 2 – €1.01
Keep in mind that there may be extra charges to Seville taxi prices for things such as collection from Santa Justa train station (€1.26), large luggage (€0.44 per piece), waiting for one hour (€18.01 on Tariff 1 and €22.54 on Tariff 2), travelling on weekends and during the holidays (€1.99).
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How to get a Taxi in Seville
If you choose to take a taxi in Seville, you have three options; hailing a cab from the street, walking to a taxi rank or calling a local taxi company. The easiest way to grab a Seville taxi in a hurry is hailing one. Simply look for a taxi with a green light on top, signifying that it’s empty, and hold out your arm.
If you’re close to a taxi rank, you may prefer to walk there and take your Seville taxi from there. You can find official taxi ranks all over the city outside major tourist spots, at Santa Justa railway station, Plaza de Armas and Prado de San Sebastiàn bus stations, the airport Plaza Nueva and Catedral de Sevilla.
Your final option is to call a radio taxi company. Not only does this mean you can be picked up at your exact location, but it also allows you to wait inside if you’re travelling late at night. One popular company is Sevilla Taxi, whom you can contact on +34 954 675 555, +34 954 580 000 or +34 954 622 222.
Booking your Seville Transfer in Advance
Although there are many taxis all over Sevilla, during peak seasons, you can find yourself waiting a long time for a taxi. Instead of standing in the hot sun or wasting precious moments of your vacation waiting on a cab, why not book your Seville transfer in advance. Welcome Pickups offer competitive prices, English-speaking drivers and on-time pickups when you book your Seville taxi in advance with them.
Seville Taxi Tips
- Make sure your driver is using the correct Tariff during your journey.
- Not all taxi drivers in Seville speak English, be sure to write down your destination to avoid any confusion.
- Carry change with you as Seville taxi drivers won’t be able to break anything larger than a €50 bill.
- Seville taxis don’t have a baby seat as standard, but you can bring and fit your own for free.
- Seville taxi drivers are accustomed to being tipped. If you enjoyed your journey, you can add 1-2 euros to your bill.
Wheelchair Accessible Taxis in Seville
Standard taxis in Seville aren’t equipped to be wheelchair accessible. However, there are a few companies that operate in the city that can offer this service. If you’d like to call one of the local companies and need a taxi with a ramp or electric lift, be sure to ask for a ‘eurotaxi’ during your call. Alternatively, you can book your wheelchair accessible Seville taxi in advance through Disabled Access Travel by calling +31 202 444 843.
Seville Taxi Complaints and Safety
All taxis in Seville are monitored and drivers have to apply and display a legal registration, making them very safe and reliable. However, if you do experience a rude driver or feel you have been overcharged, you can make a complaint to the local Tourist Police on +34 954 249 496. Be sure to have the taxi number, date and time of your journey and the driver’s ID written down.