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Metro and Trams in Andalucia

metro and Trams in Andalucia

There are several modern metro systems in Andalucia in the cities of Sevilla (opened 2008), Malaga (opened 2014), Granada (opened 2017). The Seville MertoTrom oened in 2011. Trambahia link from Cadiz to Chiclana opened in October 2022.

The 'Tranvía Metropolitano de la Bahía de Cadiz' (Metropolitan Tramway of Cadiz Bay) also called 'Trambahía' opened on 26th October 2022. It had been a long wait since the construction fo the… More →

The Granada 16km-line crosses Granada from north to south and also connects the towns of Albolote and Maracena (north-east), and Armilla (south-east). The line serves 26 stations in total, of… More →

The Málaga Metro is a light railway network with two lines which opened in July 2014. They cover the areas to the west and south-west of the city. The lines curently terminate at the main line… More →

This finally opened in spring 2008, and is used by an estimated 20 million passengers a year. It is small-scale, using just three passenger coaches, with 22 stations. But it's clean, efficient and… More →

Seville has an extensive bus network, covering all barrios around the city. Most buses leave either from Puerta de Jerez (south of the centre) or from Plaza Ponce de Leon (east). The circular… More →

Closed Contemporary tramways

The modern tramways of Velez-Malaga and Jaen opened but are now closed.

As you drive into Velez Malaga you may noticed tram line that connects the town with its coastal sister town in Torre del Mar. No need to slow down and look both ways before crossing. Construction… More →

You may have noticed tram line in Jaen city, don't stand around waiting for a tram as you may have a long wait. The Tranvia de Jaen was a modern light railway constructed between 2009 and 2011 at… More →