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What about cycling tourism around Seville?

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Cycling tourism is growing rapidly in Seville. This is down to the city possessing more than 160 kilometres of bike lanes. In fact, Seville has earned the title of the fourth bike-friendly city in the world.

The rise in cycling tourism around Seville corresponds to the magnificent, two-way, integrated cycling networks around the city. This infrastructure, along with the good weather and the flat idiosyncrasy of the city - famous for the absence of slopes - invites visitors to discover the capital of Andalusia's hidden corners in a healthy and fun way. Here you can discover the best routes, as well as all options available, if you fancy enjoying your stay actively and contributing, therefore, to a form of tourism that links sport and sustainability. It's highly recommended!

The best cycling routes around Seville: monuments and scenery

If you want to explore Sevilla and its monuments, there is a classic route that begins at Puente de Isabel II and finishes at the Puerta de Jerez. Another option is to pedal parallel to the Guadalquivir River, which would be a highly scenic route where green areas reign supreme; or you could enjoy the Corredor Verde route to San Juan de Aznalfarache, a longer route, using bike lanes and old livestock trails. In any case, there is much to see, with the addition of low difficulty on a route with no slopes or hills, making it suitable for everyone.

Seville's historic centre by bike
7.5 kilometres1 hour / 1 hour 30 minutes approximately Low difficulty
On this route you will pass some of the city's true symbols: Real Maestranza Bullring (which dates back to 1761), the admired Torre del Oro, María Luisa Park - a gem in the history of Spanish gardens - the superb Plaza de España, the gardens of the Real Alcázar (with their delightful fountains), the Real Alcázar itself (a 10th-century, Almohad palace), the gothic and symbolic cathedral and the iconic Giralda.
Cycling tourism on the banks of the Guadalquivir
8 kilometres1 hour approximatelyLow difficulty
Although this cycling route focuses on the landscape of urban Seville, you can also enjoy symbols like the Torre del Oro, but from a different perspective. Other points you will pass along the way include Paseo de las Delicias, San Telmo Bridge, the Isla de la Cartuja, the American Garden, Barqueta Bridge and Alamillo Park.
Green Corridor of the Metropolitan Area
13 kilometres1 hour 30 minutes / 2 hours approximatelyLow difficulty
This route connects the urban areas of Seville with Los Palacios, Dos Hermanas, Coria del Río, Santiponce, Camas and Alamillo Park. It's an excellent way to discover the cultural, architectural and natural heritage along a route that follows cattle trails.

Bike hire in Seville

Now, there are different options for your cycling tourism route but... you need the most important thing! We mean a bike, of course. Regarding bike hire in Seville, since 2007 SEVici has been offering an essential public service that benefits mobility and sustainable tourism. It has 250 parking areas around which 2,500 bikes are shared and equipped for the comfort and safety of each user.

However, cycling tourism has experienced great growth, such that diverse bike hire services exist, including Bicibike (located at Santa Justa Station), Bike Away (cycling bikes, foldable mountain bikes available), Rent a Bike Sevilla (offers tours to discover the city on two wheels), Sevilla Bike Tour (based in Triana, this company organises cycling routes and they rent out bikes by hours, days and week) and Centerbici (whose general headquarters is in the city centre, next to Plaza de la Alfalfa), among others.

What about cycling tourism around Seville?
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