Where to Get COVID-19 Test for Travel in Seville, Spain

Seville is the fourth most populated city in Spain, after Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia. It is a town with the largest old town in Spain, and the sixth-largest in the European Union, not to be confused with the old town, which only contains buildings and elements that tell the evolution of the city over time.

If you travel from Spain to other countries, due to Covid-19 restrictions you probably need an RT-PCR or antigen test, at medmesafe, we ​​offer you 3 accredited laboratories in the city of Seville, with the best location, so you can enjoy the city.

In the following link, you can see all the options, whether you choose the center located a 1-minute walk from the Basilica Jesús del Gran Poder, also from the Corte Inglés Duque, which has private parking. You can visit the entire historic center and 15 minutes by car from the Port of Seville.

The second option is located in Tiro de Línea, just a 10-minute walk from the Plaza de España in Seville, famous for being the largest in Spain, and the Aquarium of Seville, a must-see attraction for tourists visiting the city.

Both options are less than 20 minutes from the Seville-San Pablo International Airport by car, 15 minutes by car from the Seville train station, or 5 minutes by car from the Seville bus station, they are undoubtedly an ideal alternative. so as not to neglect the plans to enjoy this beautiful place.

We also offer an option in the town of Alcalá de Guadaíra, a municipality in the city of Seville, known for the Castle that bears the same name. It is an extensive fortified complex that is located in the Cerro del Castillo. The center where you can take your Covid-19 test is 7 minutes by car from the castle and 15 minutes on foot from it.

What to see in Seville?

  1. Real Alcázar, an essential place to see in Seville

It is perhaps one of the oldest palaces in the world, thought to date from the 11th century, with gardens and structures that take your breath away. This architectural work has well-marked Arab, Mudejar, Gothic and Baroque influences. You can go all over it, and it is a stop that has no waste whatsoever.

  1. Spain Square

It is the best-known structure in the city, its construction was thought of in 1929 for the Ibero-American Exposition, it is the longest in Spain. Initially, it had been planned that after the event, this structure would be part of the University of Seville, however, it became the headquarters of the Military Government. It currently houses the military museum of Seville and the sub-delegation of the Government of Seville.

  1.  Basilica of Jesus of the Great Power

It was built to house the great devotion that the Sevillians professed for the image of the saint that bears their name, located 10 minutes from the Port of Seville, annually receives an endless number of religious believers. It is one of the youngest structures in the city.

  1. Cathedral of Sevilla

It is the third-largest Christian temple in the world, this makes it one of the most visited monuments in the entire Spanish territory. It is more than 600 years old, it has undergone numerous restorations and is perfectly accessible to tourists daily.

We remind you that we have a post explaining the requirements to return to the UK and that at medmesafe we ​​offer all the Covid tests necessary for travel: antigens, RT-PCR, serology, and home services. If you have additional questions, contact us through the following form.

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