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Trains Seville

Cheap train tickets to Seville

Route Price
Trains Madrid to Seville 17,60 €
Trains Barcelona to Seville 35,35 €
Trains Zaragoza to Seville 29,30 €
Trains Valencia to Seville 33,65 €
Trains Córdoba to Seville 8,15 €
Trains Malaga to Seville 14,45 €
Trains Lleida to Seville 51,10 €
  • Railway Operator Train Date
  • Renfe AVCity 13/09/2018
  • Renfe AVE 06/07/2018
  • Renfe AVE 23/07/2018
  • Renfe AVE 05/09/2018
  • Renfe Media Distancia 27/06/2018
  • Renfe Media Distancia 25/06/2018
  • Renfe AVE 23/06/2018
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Sevilla is located to the south of the Iberian Peninsula, in Andalusia, on the banks of the Guadalquivir River. It is one of the largest cities in Spain, with more than 700,000 inhabitants. It owns one of the biggest historical centres of all Europe, only surpassed by the one of Venice and the one of Genoa. The Seville station has high-speed trains available AVE Seville.

The Ibero-American Exposition of 1929 and the Universal Exposition of Seville in 1992 (Expo '92) have widely contributed to the urban development of the city, the María Luisa Park, the Plaza de España or the Train station Sevilla Santa Justa is a clear example of this development. All this has influenced to make it the third most visited capital of Spain after Madrid and Barcelona.

The train is the most recommended way to visit the Andalusian capital, on our website you can find the cheapest train tickets, with prices ranging from 1,60 € the tickets at the lowest price until 198,50 € the least affordable tickets. Compare and check that our search engine always offers you the cheapest tickets.

Seize the opportunity to spend a vacation in Sevilla, walk along the neighbourhood of Triana, the most popular neighbourhood of the city, where you can visit the Plaza del Altozano, the Alley de la Inquisición, the Church of Nuestra Señora de la O, the Betis Street or the Triana Market.

The cheapest rail route to visit Sevilla is the one that leaves from Dos Hermanas, if you choose to travel on a train of the Media Distancia type that reaches the station at 10:20 h you can find train tickets for the reasonable price of 1,60 €. At the other end we have the route Barcelona Sevilla, in which travelling on a train of the AVE type and reaching the station of Santa Justa at 14:02 h, the ticket will cost us 198,50 € at most, which is still a bargain.

Our recommendation when buying a train ticket for Sevilla is that you travel during the time slot in the mañana because it is cheaper than travelling in the mañana.

If you have decided to visit Sevilla, you have to take a stroll in Barrio de Santa Cruz, this neighbourhood is located in the heart of the city and it is very popular and the most charming. Getting lost in its narrow streets and ending up in courtyards full of flowers, to see its beautiful squares and have some "tapas" in its bars is priceless. You must definitely visit the Plaza de los Venerables, the Alley Agua and the Plaza de Doña Elvira during your walk in Barrio de Santa Cruz.

The other two train stations in Sevilla are, Trenes Sevilla San Bernardo and Trenes Sevilla Virgen Del Rocío although as we have previously mentioned, the train station Santa Justa is the busiest station.

Madrid - Sevilla is the rail route that most passengers carry from all those that have Sevilla as their destination. On our train tickets search engine you will be able to find trains that travel the 390 Km between both cities for 17,60 € if you travel on a train of the AVCity type, the duration of the journey is of 2 hours 56 minutes and arrives at the station at 2 hours 56 minutes. If you prefer to travel on a train of the AVE type, the maximum price of the ticket will be of 128,50 € and it will take 2 hours 32 minutes to travel the 390 Km there are between Madrid and Sevilla.

The first train that arrives in Sevilla does at 0:08 h from Albacete, whereas the last train that enters the station in Sevilla comes from Manzanares at 23:15 h.

Enjoy the typical gastronomy, Sevilla is the equivalent of good food, so stopping at Bodeguita Romero or Casa Paco is mandatory. The best time of the year to get to know the city and its customs is in April, dates in which they celebrate the Fair that has the same name as the month and the celebrations take place in the district of Los Remedios. This "Feria de Abril" (April fair) is considered a National and International Interest Festival.

Although you live in Barcelona, the most distant locality from where you can travel to Sevilla by train, we recommend you to visit the capital of Andalucía. On our website you will find the cheapest train tickets to know the capital of Sevilla, travel to Sevilla from just 1,60 €.

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