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Sevilla-Santa Justa station information & facilities

Distance from Sevilla-Santa Justa to city center
Distance from Sevilla-Santa Justa to city center
1.2 miles (2 km)
Ticket Office Hours
Ticket Office Hours
Mon - Sat: 04: 30 - 00: 30 | Sun: 05: 15 - 00: 30
How to get to this station?
How to get to this station?
Bus lines: 36, C1, C2, 21, 32, EA (airport)
Train lines: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5
Nearest Airport
Nearest Airport
Seville Airport
6 miles
How to get to nearest airport?
How to get to nearest airport?
The airport can be reached from the station by public transit in 35 minutes via the EA urban bus line.
Amenities at station
Wifi
Wifi
Free WiFi in the station.
ATM
ATM
Located near the station bus stop and inside on the Level 0 concourse.
Taxi
Taxi
Lockers
Lockers
Luggage lockers are located just off the main concourse near Platform 1.
Dining
Dining
Café Espresso | Tutti-Frutti | McDonald’s | Santagloria
Car Rentals
Car Rentals
Hertz | Goldcar | Enterprise | Centauro | SIXT | Avis
Information Desk
Information Desk
Located near the main entrance.
Accessibility
Accessibility
Escalators, elevators, personalized special assistance. Contact +34 917744040 or oca. Accesibilidad@renfe. Es.
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Travel from Seville city centre to Sevilla-Santa Justa train station

The city of Seville in the south of Spain is famous for its flamenco dancing and its architectural masterpieces with both Moorish and Gothic influences. This iconic city is known for its sunny weather and laidback culture. The main train station in Seville is the Sevilla-Santa Justa station. It’s located in the northeastern area of the city of Seville.

The station was finished in the early 90s and has various domestic routes around the Andalusian region as well as other parts of Spain, such as Madrid and Barcelona with the high-speed trains operated by the Spanish railway company, Renfe. The heart of the historic centre of Seville is around the area of Sierpes street, known for its shops and restaurants. There are multiple public bus routes going to the Sevilla-Santa Justa from this area, like the lines 27 and 32 from the Plaza de la Encarnación square.

How far is it from Seville city centre to Sevilla-Santa Justa train station?

The historic city centre is where you’ll find the pedestrian Sierpes street known for shopping and lined with cafés, as well as the Seville Cathedral. This area is about 1.3 miles (2.1 km) from the main Seville-Santa Justa train station. The historic city centre is only pedestrian, so you would have to make your way out of it to catch a bus or car to the station. From the Seville Cathedral, head southwest on Alemanes Street and continue straight as it turns into Antonia Díaz Street and ends at the main Cristóbal Colón Avenue. Take a left to go southeast on Cristóbal Colón along the Alfonso XIII canal. At your first roundabout at the famous María Luisa Park, take the third exit to head northeast on María Luisa Avenue. Follow it though two roundabouts until you merge right onto Luis Montoto Street. Take a left on Juan Antonio Cavestany until you see the station on your right. This drive takes about 19min.

What is the best way to get to Sevilla-Santa Justa train station from Seville city centre?

The best way to get to the train station is most likely taking a public bus. It’s possible to travel from the Seville city centre to the Seville train station in more or less 19min. Depending on where you’re at in the city centre, you can take either the 32 line from Plaza de la Encarnación square or the EA line from Cristóbal Colón Avenue. If you find yourself near the famous Sierpes Street, continue north until you reach the first non-pedestrian street Calle Campana. Take the number 32 bus heading towards Polígono Sur. They run about every 6min. It’ll take about 13min to get to the 5th stop where you’ll get off at José Laguillo-Estación de Santa Justa. From the Seville Cathedral you can make your way to the Cristóbal Colón Avenue to take the EA bus towards Aeropuerto (airport).

Where is the airport in Seville and how to get there?

Seville Airport (SVQ) is the main air terminal serving the city area. This airport is approximately 6 miles (9.6 km) northeast of the centre of Seville. The drive to make it to your train time in Seville can take about 15min depending on rush hour traffic. The EA public bus route starts at the airport and stops in front of the Sevilla-Santa Justa train station on its way into the city.

How accessible is Sevilla train station for those with limited mobility?

The Sevilla-Santa Justa station has a series of facilities and services to make transiting through the station easier for passengers with reduce mobility. The north entrance has a ramp to access the station with a wheelchair from the street. Once inside the Sevilla-Santa Justa Station, the ground has guides for visually impaired travellers. If you’re looking for more information about the train station in Seville and its accessible facilities, there are customer service desks with staff to attend passengers.

There is also a service available to get assistance for passengers with reduced mobility, for getting through the Sevilla-Santa Justa station, as well as boarding your train. This service is offered free of charge, and you may book it in advance for someone to assist you upon your arrival on a train to Seville. The lifts going down to the train platforms are flat and wheelchair accessible. However, there is also a lift inside the station lowering to the platforms. The station is equipped with accessible ticket offices along with wheelchair accessible toilets.

Travel from Seville city centre to Seville train station: Plaza de Espana in Seville

Seville Train Station. Source: Shutterstock

Night trains to/from Sevilla-Santa Justa

Currently, there are no direct overnight routes operating to or out of Sevilla-Santa Justa station. However, Renfe does have routes with a stopover that continue on a sleeper or overnight train. For instance, stopping in Barcelona on the way, it’s possible to get a train from Seville arriving the next day in Paris, France.

Traveling by train in Seville: sustainable journey

Renfe is continuously looking out for the environmental impact their trains and stations may have. Their goal is to increase the energy efficiency of their products as well as an applying an efficient use of resources. The Spanish railway company is working towards sustainable developments and solutions to reach their goals.

Local tips: Sevilla train station points of interest

Upon your arrival at the Sevilla-Santa Justa station, you’ll find yourself somewhat near the city centre. The Station was built in the beginning of the 90s and has domestic routes to various cities all over Spain with both regional and high-speed trains operated by Renfe, the Spanish national railway company. Inside the train hall there are various facilities to suit all passengers’ needs, such as restaurants, travel information and shops. Near the station you’ll find a few hotels as well as a park and restaurants. Make your way towards the city centre of Seville to see some of the top attractions. The Setas de Sevilla wooden structure is at the Encarnación Square in the old historic quarter of Seville. From here you can make your way into the historic centre, walking down the pedestrian Sierpes Street.For more local tips, you can check Omio magazine.

  • Visit the iconic Gothic-style Seville Cathedral
  • Explore the typical southern Spanish culture at the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Sevilla bull-fighting ring
  • Spot the medieval military Torre de Oro
  • Witness the beautiful Mudéjar architecture at the Royal Alcázar palace
  • Enjoy a sunny day at the María Luisa Park

What to do in Seville

Seville is a southern Spanish city, famous for its people, sunny weather and traditional flamenco dancing. Throughout the city you’ll find a few UNESCO Word Heritage sites as well as a mixture of Moorish and Gothic architecture. You can start your day at the Plaza de España square facing the María Luisa Park. This picturesque landmark represents a combination of Baroque Revival, Moorish Revival and Renaissance Revival architecture elements. Nearby is the Royal Alcázar of Seville, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This palace also shows a mixture of architecture styles like Mudéjar and Romanesque.

The Cathedral of Seville is another UNESCO spot you won’t want to miss, along with its famous bell tower, the Giralda. During your stay in Seville, you should make sure you take it slow, enjoy sitting at a café, as well as trying some traditional food. In the summer, have some cool Andalusian gazpacho, and when it gets chillier indulge on an Andalusian stew “cocido”.

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