What airports are near Seville for travel to Europa League final?
The Europa League final will take place in Seville next week, which has Rangers fans scrambling to secure travel to the Spanish city.
The city has its own airport, but there are also a number of nearby airports which have travel links into the city.
While some trips could be in excess of three hours - longer than the flight to Seville itself - others could be more manageable, especially if fans rent a car in Spain.
It could take a while to get to Seville, but it would be worthwhile for many fans who want to see their team square off against Eintracht Frankfurt for the Europa League trophy.
Here are closest airports to Seville with travel links:
Sevilla Airport (SVQ)
While the easiest option for travel into the city would be the Sevilla Airport, it's unlikely fans will be able to get flights at this point, with many airlines already sold out.
Fans lucky enough to get to the city's own airport will be able to get a bus into the Seville city centre that takes just 31 minutes.
Travel from Jerez to Seville will take more than two hour on public transport, a bus to Jerez de la Frontera and then a train which will take you to Sevilla-San Bernardo station.
You could chop this time in half if you rent a car however, as driving will take only slightly longer than an hour on the E-5.
Faro in Portugal is another nearby airport that Rangers fans could travel to, but public transport links take a while, with a 2h 45m bus to the city, of which there are only one or two a day depending on the day.
Driving from Faro to Seville will take two hours and nine minutes on the A22 and A-49.
Malaga is another option for dedicated fans who are willing to brave travel to the city that takes as long as the flight to Spain. Thankfully it's on a single bus that will take you to Seville, but it will be a whopping three hours and 15 minutes.
Driving isn't much faster, as it's just shy of two and a half hours on the A-92.
Rangers fans, how do you plan to get to Seville? Let us know in the comments.
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