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Seville is located in the southwest of Spain. Train travel to and from the city is very easy and comfortable. In fact, Seville is very well linked to other parts of Andalusia and other regions of Spain. It only has one central station (Santa Justa), making it easier to organize your trip.
Renfe offers an intercity transport service called Cercanias. It links stations within Seville, the suburbs and a group of surrounding towns as well. The network has more than 111 km (69 mi) and covers 22 stations.
There are 5 lines: C-1 (Lora del Rio – Utrera), C-2 (Santa Justa – Cartuja), C-3 (Santa Justa – Cazalla Constantina), C-4 (Circular) and C-5 (Virgen del Rocio – Benacazon).
These local routes are particularly useful because you avoid traffic jams, the trains are always on time and the fares are very cheap. All of them stop at Santa Justa train station.
In the following map you can have a look at the current network and the future lines.
Seville has train connections with the main Andalusian cities (Cordoba, Malaga, Huelva, Cadiz, Jaen, Granada and Almeria) as well as many other stops along these routes. Please see Renfe’s Moderate Speed Map of Andalucia for more detail. (Right-click on the link to download this PDF file)
In Spain train travel is easy and comfortable thanks to Renfe’s wide network. Moderate Speed trains offer very convenient fares and the trains are very reliable.
Alternatively, you can catch a regional bus. Prices are also very cheap for what you get, buses are generally very comfortable and modern and they are rarely late.
Seville has several long distance routes, most of them using AVE (Alta Velocidad Española) trains. These are high speed trains reaching more than 250 km/h (155 mi/h) allowing you to get to your destination very fast. Unfortunately, AVE tickets are in general quite expensive. However some cheap train travel tricks will help you save some money.
Currently Renfe has 3 AVE routes from Seville:
You can also read additional information on train travel in Spain.
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