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Seville belongs to the Autonomous Community of Andalusia, the southernmost region of Spain, located at the southwestern tip of Europe between the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. Seville, capital of Andalusia, is its most populated city and is endowed with a modern and diverse network of communication infrastructures. Seville is bordered to the N by Badajoz, to the NE by Cordoba, to the SE by Malaga, to the S by Cadiz and to the W by Huelva. It is located to the SW of the peninsula (37º 23' 14" North latitude and 5º 59' 28" West longitude)

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Access to the ICMS

The Institute is located at the Isla de la Cartuja, Seville, at 37º 24' 46" N, 6º 0' 19" W, in one of the buildings used during the Universal Exhibition of 1992. It can be reached by taxi, and is on the urban circular bus (Tussam) routes C-1 and C-2 (the same routes also pass the Santa Justa railway station of RENFE, making this a good option when arriving in Seville by AVE). If preferred, the walk from the city centre (about 45 minutes) is via the Barqueta bridge


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Access to Seville

San Pablo aiport (12 km from Seville on highway N-IV Madrid-Cádiz Km. 532)
Phone: +34 954260915

Highway and road access
- A-4 Aiport, Córdoba (138 km), Madrid (538 km) - A-66 a Mérida, Badajoz (217 km), Cáceres (264 km) - A-92 / N-334 a Málaga (219 km) - A-4 / AP-4 a Cádiz (125 km) - A-49 a Huelva (94 km)

Santa Justa Station. High-speed train (AVE) Madrid-Seville
Address : Avda. Kansas City s/n | Phone : 902.240.202

- Plaza de Armas Station. Avda. Cristo de la Expiración 41001.
Phone: 954.908.040 / 954.907.737 - Prado de San Sebastián Station. Prado de San Sebastián 41005
Phone: 954.417.111