The Seville Cercanías trains are the local commuter trains that serve the city, and run frequently to small towns in the outskirts. Seville has a good train connection with Renfe suburban network.
Unless you plan to visit one or some of the surrounding villages (e.g. the beautiful Utrera), you won’t need to use the Cercanías trains.
However, if you plan to take the train to travel around Spain, you should definitely have a look at my complete guide on train travel from Seville.
Alternatively, you can also read more about getting to Seville by train from other cities in Spain.
The Seville Cercanías trains network
The Cercanías or commuter service comprises 5 railway lines and currently offer the following routes:
- C-1 (light blue): Lebrija – Utrera – Santa Justa – Lora del Río
- C-2 (dark green): Santa Justa – Cartuja
- C-3 (red): Santa Justa – Cazalla – Constantina
- C-4 (purple): Línea Circular
- C-5 (dark blue): Jardines de Hércules – Santa Justa – Benacazón
For more information, you can download a Cercanías map that provides all the details.
Unfortunately, there is no Cercanías train line linking the Seville airport with the city center. Just in case you need it, here’s everything you need to know when arriving to Seville airport and how to get there from the city center.
The Seville Cercanías trains operating times and trips
Cercanías trains start running every day between 5:00 and 6:00 and stop at around midnight.
Trains normally run every 10 to 30 minutes, depending on the line. At weekends and in the evening they are less frequent, and you may have to wait up to 15 to 60 minutes, depending on the time.
Alternatively, you can also check the Cercanías schedules at Renfe’s website.
The Seville Cercanías trains tickets and fares
The price of the Cercanías train tickets varies according to the distance covered. You can buy, for example, a single ticket or a Bonotren with 10 trips.
Don’t throw out your Cercanías train ticket and receipt until you’re well away from your destination train station. On arriving at your destination you’ll need your ticket again in order to exit the train platform area.
The main Cercanías train stations
You can also take the Cercanías within the city.
- Santa Justa. Seville’s main station is the most important Cercanías hub. All the lines leave from or go through it. You can also catch high-speed AVE and Media distancia trains.
- San Bernardo. It the second big station of the city and all Cercanías lines (except C-2 and C-3) stop here. It’s also a Metro station (line 1) and many Tussam buses stop here.