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Sevilla is a town in the south of Spain.

Heading to Huelva or Portugal

The entrance to the motorway is exactly beside the bus station, Plaza de Armas. Walk towards the motorway and stop after the bridge. On the right side of the street there is a huge zebra area. The way to Huelva is on the left and the area is on the right. One hitchhiker had a waiting time of 40 minutes. Thumbing from the intersection "Camas", which is the first one after the motorway cross, is a bad option. A hitchhiker who did try, ended up waiting for four hours.

Heading to Madrid

Take a bus to the airport of Sevilla. Get of at the airport stop and walk straight on towards the motorway. At the junction you will see a petrol station in your front. It's only a 5 min walk, it's safe and you will find a ride for sure!

UPDATE: I stayed there for one night and one day and no one ever stopped. It's a dead end. I would definitely not recommend it. But then again this is Spain and as far as I found out it is definitely completely about how lucky you are or not.

Heading to Cadiz

Take the bus to Betis Football Stadium (which is in the south of Sevilla, Betis street is in the center). Ask for the direction of the autopista. At the end of the Avenida de la Raza is a roundabout. Underpass the motorway to the second roundabout and get a ride. You can go via the motorway or the parallel road, which also works, since a lot of people want to avoid the motorway toll. But it's slow of course. So maybe use a sign "Cadiz".

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