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Getting There

The port city of Huelva has good rail links with the rest of Spain. RENFE trains arrive at Avenida de Italia (tel. 90-224-02-02; www.renfe.es). There are three to four trains per day from Seville, taking 1 1/2 hours and costing 7€ ($11) one-way.

Huelva also has bus links to Cádiz; the ride takes a long 5 hours. One bus a day pulls into Huelva and costs 20€ ($32) for a one-way ticket. There are also buses from Seville, perhaps 18 to 30 per day, taking 1 1/4 hours and costing 8€ ($13) for a one-way ticket. The bus station is at Avenida Dr. Rubio (tel. 95-925-69-00; www.damas-sa.es).

If you're driving, most motorists arrive from Seville. Follow E-1 (also called A-49) west from Seville. There is no coastal road linking Cádiz and Huelva. Motorists from Cádiz head north on an express highway, E-5 (also A-4), and then cut west toward Huelva south of Seville.

Visitor Information

The tourist office is near the bus station at Plaza Alcade Cota Mora 2 (tel. 95-965-50-200; www.andalucia.org). It's open Monday to Friday 9am to 7:30pm, Saturday and Sunday 9:30am to 3pm. The Patronato Provincial de Turismo de Huelva, Calle Fernando el Catolico 18 (tel. 95-925-74-67; www.turismohuelva.org), is open Monday to Friday 8am to 2pm.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.