Seville in detail

Travellers with Disabilities

Wheelchair accessibility is a bit hit and miss in Seville. The city is flat and much of the centre is pedestrianised but uneven street surfaces and small pavements in the Barrio de Santa Cruz make getting around tricky.

Legally, bars and public places must be wheelchair accessible but while some are – many museums are, for example – many bars and restaurants are not. Similarly, some upscale hotels offer wheelchair access but many accommodation options do not.

If you call for a taxi, ask for a 'eurotaxi', which should be adapted for wheelchair users.

You can download a Guide to Accessible Tourism in Seville from the official tourist website: