Seville

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Seville, the Andalusian capital

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Getting there You can get to Seville from Bobadilla, Jerez de la frontera and Cadiz. Best price and travel duration below.

From Madrid 02:20 $45
From Malaga 01:55 $67
From Ciudad Real 01:39 $64
From Bobadilla 01:39 $27
From Jerez De La Frontera 00:59 $8
From Cadiz 01:35 $11
From Cordoba 00:42 $11


Getting around From Seville, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.

To Jerez De La Frontera 01:10 $16
To Cordoba 01:10 $11
To Cadiz 01:47 $18
To Ciudad Real 01:50 $45
To Malaga 01:55 $67
To Madrid 02:48 $53

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Seville, the Andalusian capital

Seville is the capital of Andalusia, in Spain. The city is located in southern Spain on the plain of River Guadalquivir. People in Seville are very out-going and friendly. The Old Town of Seville is one of the Europe’s largest, and it is home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Alcazar palace, the Cathedral and the General Archives of the Indies. Founded by the Roman, the city was also under Islamic Rule in 712. The 2,200 year old city of Seville has a distinct and rich heritage due to the passage of the various civilisations. Although it has a strong mediaeval, renaissance and baroque heritage, the city was greatly influenced by Arabic culture. Its well-preserved historical centre is a good testimony of those eras.


In Seville there are many interesting things to visit, like the Cathedral, the Giralda and the Alcazar. The Cathedral was built from 1401–1519 after the Reconquista. The interior is the longest nave in Spain, and is lavishly decorated, with a large quantity of gold evident.

The Giralda, originally a minaret, was converted into a bell tower. It is topped with a statue, known locally as El Giraldillo, representing Faith. The tower’s interior was built with ramps rather than stairs, to allow the Muezzin and others to ride on horseback to the top.

The Alcazar’s gardens are a blend of Moorish, Andalusian, and Christian traditions. The Barrio de Santa Cruz (Santa Cruz Quarter). It is one of the most delightful parts of the city, with narrow streets and whitewashed houses, where you can sit outside a bar, enjoy some tapas, or wander through old gardens.

Head to El Rinconcillio for a unique tapas experience. Some say it is the oldest tapas bar in Seville. It certainly feels like little has changed in many years, with its flagstone floors and ancient bottles of wine lining the walls.

To find the best places to shop in Seville, head to Calle Sierpes, running from the Campana up to Plaza Salvador, and Calles Tetuan and Cuna, which run parallel on either side of Sierpes. The Plaza Nueva, a traffic free zone, is the place where you will find chic boutiques.


Seville Tourist Office
Plaza del Triunfo 1-3, 41004 Seville
Tel: +34 954210005

The city’s tourist office has a helpful personnel, insider information and tips as well as handy maps and brochures. The city’s tourist office also arranges tours and excursions and is a focal point for local accommodation.

Train station(s)

Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Seville can be found.


Sevilla S Justa

Address: Avenida de Kansas City 41007 Sevilla

 



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Customer reviews

  • "Perfect Ride"    
    fast, comfortable and departed on time. had a good sleep on train.  
  • "Very comfortable Journey"    
    Excellant!!! When the train was delayed I was compensated by 50% (approx) A Grenat deal!!  
  • "Relaxing trip"    
    Four of us flew into Madrid, and took the RENFE to Sevilla. Online reservations were easy. We took advantage of the inexpensive luggage check to tour the Prado before our train left. After a long flight, it was great to be able to move around on the train.  
  • "good travel"    
    We enjoyed very much,excellent ,comfortable trip  
  • "Comfy, but pricey"    
    Great, smooth journey, but seemed very expensive for a standard train ride, even when we were in second class.  
  • "Fast trip to Sevilla"    
    Very efficient and comfortable.  
  • "Sevilla to Madrid"    
    The etickets via Rail Europe worked no problems. The train journey itself was excellend.  
  • "Very good experience "    
    We took the high speed train from Madrid to Seville. The train journey was very comfortable and easy. The staff at Madrid was very helpful, as we missed our reserved time. They made the rebooking a good experience, and was able to assist us in English. Would use this service again in the future.  
  • "TRAVELLING ON AVE"    
    The journey was very comfortable, the coach attendants spoke English and were looking after us very well. Would like to travel on an AVE again and again  
  • "Great service"    
    Our experience with Rail Europe and Renfe was outstanding. It was very easy to book the tickets on the Rail Europe website - easy to access, easy to understand and effective. We never had a problem with our tickets on any of the journeys we took. The trains are very clean, comfortable and very convenient. In comparison to hiring a car and driving, it is so nice to just sit and relax on the train, not worrying about whether you taking the correct route or speed tickets etc. The trains are very quiet as well so we could catch up on some sleep seeing as we stretch every day to the maximum on our travels. I would really advise anyone to use Rail Europe and the Renfe speed trains!  
  • "Excellent way to travel spai"    
    Fast ,on time,comfortable  
  • "viaje de vacciones"    
    Train on time. Comfortable.  
  • "saving time in lining up"    
    The trip is fine - punctual and safe. It is always wise to buy rail tickets in advance - save time in lining up and language problem.  
  • "a ride of comfort "    
    i loved the train system in spain. very organised very efficient. The trains were comfortable and the long ride was made comfortable and smooth. the service at the train from madrid to seville was very nice they offered food and beverages. The train was very clean. i highly recommend this means of transport  
  • "excellent to go from madrid to"    
    big comfort  
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