Cordoba to Seville train

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Cheap train tickets from Cordoba to Seville

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Cheapest

The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Cordoba to Seville is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

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Renfe MD
18:541h37
Córdoba Central
20:31Sevilla-Santa Justa
£121One-way
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Renfe MD
14:031h34
Córdoba Central
15:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
£121One-way
0 changes
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Renfe MD
08:141h34
Córdoba Central
09:48Sevilla-Santa Justa
£121One-way
0 changes
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Renfe MD
16:281h34
Córdoba Central
18:02Sevilla-Santa Justa
£121One-way
0 changes
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Renfe MD
09:211h35
Córdoba Central
10:56Sevilla-Santa Justa
£121One-way
0 changes

Train timetableCordoba to Seville

Showing trains for tomorrow, Sunday, 16 June
Renfe AVANT
08:140h53
Córdoba Central
09:07Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe MD
08:141h34
Córdoba Central
09:48Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
08:380h54
Córdoba Central
09:32Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
08:580h54
Córdoba Central
09:52Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe MD
09:211h35
Córdoba Central
10:56Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe ALVIA
09:371h09
Córdoba Central
10:46Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
10:390h54
Córdoba Central
11:33Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe INTERCITY
11:211h04
Córdoba Central
12:25Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
11:490h54
Córdoba Central
12:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
12:230h55
Córdoba Central
13:18Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
12:430h54
Córdoba Central
13:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
13:340h59
Córdoba Central
14:33Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
13:510h54
Córdoba Central
14:45Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe MD
14:031h34
Córdoba Central
15:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe ALVIA
14:071h08
Córdoba Central
15:15Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
14:430h54
Córdoba Central
15:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
14:490h54
Córdoba Central
15:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVANT
15:080h53
Córdoba Central
16:01Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVANT
15:350h52
Córdoba Central
16:27Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
15:400h54
Córdoba Central
16:34Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
15:490h54
Córdoba Central
16:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe MD
16:281h34
Córdoba Central
18:02Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
16:490h54
Córdoba Central
17:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
17:480h53
Córdoba Central
18:41Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
18:460h54
Córdoba Central
19:40Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe MD
18:541h37
Córdoba Central
20:31Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
18:560h54
Córdoba Central
19:50Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVANT
19:190h53
Córdoba Central
20:12Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVANT
19:300h52
Córdoba Central
20:22Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
19:490h54
Córdoba Central
20:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe MD
20:031h50
Córdoba Central
21:53Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
20:171h08
Córdoba Central
21:25Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVANT
20:500h53
Córdoba Central
21:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
20:580h54
Córdoba Central
21:52Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVANT
21:200h55
Córdoba Central
22:15Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
iryo
21:430h54
Córdoba Central
22:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes
Renfe AVE
21:490h54
Córdoba Central
22:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
0 changes

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Train times from Cordoba to Seville

Showing times and prices for 16 Jun

Fastest Journey

52 m

Average

1 h 2 m

Trains per day

37

Distance

120 km

Of the 37 trains that leave Cordoba for Seville every day 37 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Renfe AVANT
19:300h52
Córdoba Central
20:22Sevilla-Santa Justa
£201One-way
0 changes
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Renfe AVANT
15:350h52
Córdoba Central
16:27Sevilla-Santa Justa
£201One-way
0 changes
2nd Fastest
Renfe AVANT
15:080h53
Córdoba Central
16:01Sevilla-Santa Justa
£201One-way
0 changes
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Renfe AVE
17:480h53
Córdoba Central
18:41Sevilla-Santa Justa
£301One-way
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Renfe AVANT
19:190h53
Córdoba Central
20:12Sevilla-Santa Justa
£201One-way
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Overview: Train from Cordoba to Seville

distanceDistance74 miles
durationAverage train duration53 min
priceAverage train ticket price£16 (€18)
changesDirect trainYes
carriersTrain providersRenfe, Renfe (13), AVE, Renfe (6), Renfe Torre del Oro, iryo, Renfe Intercity, Renfe AVLO, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA

Trains from Cordoba to Seville cover the 74 miles long journey taking on average 53 min with our travel partners like Renfe, Renfe (13), AVE, Renfe (6), Renfe Torre del Oro, iryo, Renfe Intercity, Renfe AVLO, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA. There are direct train services available. You can get the cheapest train tickets for this journey for as low as £10, but the average price of train tickets is £16. Travellers depart most frequently from Córdoba and arrive in Seville-Santa Justa.

Train companies: Renfe, Renfe (13) and AVE trains Cordoba to Seville

Travel to Seville from Cordoba from £11 with Omio’s train partners Renfe, Renfe (13) and AVE! You can find the best timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the most affordable trip for you.

Renfe Alvia are high-speed trains with top speeds of up to 250km/h operated by Renfe, Spain’s national railway company. Alvia trains cover most cities in Spain, including Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Valencia, Alicante, Zaragoza and Cadiz. They are somewhat slower than Renfe AVE and AVLO (high-speed and low cost) but cover more destinations and are a comfortable and effective way of travelling around Spain. Onboard facilities include free WIFI, bike storage and luggage allowance. Alvia trains have two seat classes – Estándar and Confort. Top routes for Renfe Alvia include Barcelona to Pamplona, Madrid to Cádiz and Alicante to Gijón.

    Train Córdoba Seville

    Trains from Córdoba to Seville are a comfortable and eco-friendly way to travel between these cities and a popular choice among visitors and locals alike. Thanks to its popularity, various services operate every day. All these routes are direct trains to Seville from Córdoba operated by the same company, Renfe, which provides various services from long-distance trains to high-speed options. The distance covered along the way is around 120 km (75 miles), and the travel time varies between 45 minutes and 1h 30min, depending on the type of service. All of these journeys travel between the same stations. The departure station is Córdoba Centrale and the arrival station is Seville-Santa Justa.

    Córdoba to Seville Train Times: Daily Departures

    Because this route is so popular with both tourists and locals, there are various operations every day, starting close to sunrise in the morning and ending late into the evening. During the week, there are close to 32 trains operating every day, starting as early as 6:50 a.m. and running a couple of times an hour until the last service around 10:55 p.m. each evening. If you're travelling on the weekend, the train schedule from Córdoba to Seville is a little less frequent, with around 23 trains a day. These start later, around 8:15 a.m. and operate until about 9:25 p.m. There are more than 250 trains from Córdoba to Seville every day.

    Boarding your train Córdoba Seville

    Córdoba Central Railway Station is the major station handling the city but it's a smaller station than most major stations and doesn't get too busy, so you only need to arrive around 15-20 minutes before your departure time. Make sure you have your mobile ticket or printed ticket handy, as you'll need them for the check-in process. Once you've checked in, have a look at the notice boards for information on your incoming train and wait in the waiting room for the train to be announced. The noticeboards will tell you which platform to go to when the service arrives. Try and board your train at least two minutes before it departs. Once the doors close, you won't be able to get on.

    Cordoba: Roman bridge at sunset.

    Cordoba: Roman bridge at sunset. Source: Shutterstock

    Where do trains from Córdoba to Seville depart and arrive?

    All trains from Córdoba to Seville depart from the same station and arrive at the same station. The departing station is Córdoba Central Station, which is the major railway station in the city and services all trains coming into and departing from Córdoba. It's located a short distance northwest of the city centre and well-connected to the rest of the city through taxis and local buses. The Córdoba Station connects many main cities in Spain via the Renfe AVE high-speed service, including Madrid, Malaga, and Granada. Outside of its wide range of destinations, the station is also home to various facilities and amenities designed to make your trip comfortable. These include souvenir shops, flower stores, and sweet shops. You will also be able to hire a car from the company desks inside the station or draw money from one of the ATMs. If you need to grab a bit to eat, there are various cafes to choose from.

    Seville-Santa Justa Station is the major railway station in the city and the arrival point for every train from Córdoba to Seville and is located about 2 km from the city centre. This is one of the busiest stations in the country and transports close to 9 million passengers every year. The station is open between 4:30 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. from Monday to Saturday and between 5:15 a.m. and 12:30 a.m. on Sundays. Various bus services travel from the station to the city centre and other parts of the city, or you could grab a taxi from outside of the main entrance. If you're planning on driving yourself around Seville, there are car hire options available at the station too.

    When is the best time to book your train ticket Córdoba Seville?

    Deciding when to buy your tickets depends on what you're looking for. If you're looking for the cheapest train from Córdoba to Sevilla, there are more frequent cheap options during the work week, but you'll also find cheap options on Saturdays and Sundays. The train Córdoba - Seville schedule is also more frequent during the week, so there are more options available throughout the day and operate until later in the evening. Seville is often more fun to visit over the weekend though, so consider booking tickets for a Friday evening or early Saturday morning.

    What is there to see between Córdoba and Seville?

    Because the distance between these two cities is so short and the travel time is less than two hours, all of the routes are direct options. You won't have the chance to hop out and explore other parts of Spain, but you will pass by several places worth noting for the next time you're in the area. About halfway between the two cities, you'll pass by Los Mochos, home to Parque Los Mochos and a popular town to drive through for many visitors. Just after heading past Almodovar del Rio, you'll be a stone's throw away from the beautiful Guadalquivir River and the Portus Romanos historical landmark on its banks. Castillo Almodovar del Rio is on the opposite side, and well worth a visit when you have a chance. You'll follow the river for a while until you come close to Torre de Guadacabrilla, where you'll start to break away from it and head towards Pago de Bella Rosa. One of the last landmarks you'll pass before getting to Seville is the Cuidad Romana de Arva.

    Information on Seville-Santa Justa

    Seville-Santa Justa is the major railway station serving the city and the only arrival point for the high-speed train to Seville from Seville. It's a large and impressive building located just outside the city centre and only connected to the city centre via buses and taxis. The station exits are located above the platform tracks when you arrive at the Santa Justa and you'll need to walk past the front of the trains to access them. If you need to store your luggage at the station, you'll find the consignment area on the right-hand side of the concourse, and it's open between 6:00 a.m. and midnight.

    Night trains Córdoba Seville

    The popularity of night trains has increased dramatically over the last few years as people discover how much more comfortable and quiet they are. They're an opportunity to have a nap or a good night's rest between destinations. Unfortunately, because the distance between these cities is so short, there are no night trains available along this route. There are a few trains that travel at night, which tend to have fewer passengers on them so may be quieter than usual. The last train in the evening departs around 10:55 p.m. during the week and closer to 9:25 p.m. over the weekend.

    Renfe Córdoba to Seville

    Renfe is the only train company providing routes between these cities. There is a fast train from Córdoba to Seville, as well as standard intercity trains and middle-distance trains. Renfe offers various train services throughout the region and along these routes. The quickest of the trains are the AVE high-speed trains, which have an average travel time of close to 45 minutes. The longest of the routes is operated by Renfe Middle Distance (MD) trains, which can take as long as 1h 25min. The majority of the other train services take closer to 50min, with the MD services being the only ones taking more than an hour. During the work week, expect to find at least 32 trains a day, while the frequency over the weekend drops to around 23 services a day.

    Trains from Córdoba to Seville: Sustainable travel

    If you speak to various climate activists about sustainability, many of them will suggest that choosing sustainable means of travel is one of the best ways to lower your carbon footprint. Trains are one of the most eco-friendly ways to travel, aside from walking and biking, and can lower your carbon emissions by up to 70% when compared to cars, buses, or planes. Trains only contribute about 3% to global transport emissions and also contribute less to noise pollution. The efficient use of space on trains adds to the sustainability factor by transporting more people in a single journey and producing fewer emissions per person.

    Train Córdoba to Seville: Services on Board

    All trains along this route are operated by the same company, providing the same onboard services for all of them:

    • There are no different ticket classes available for any of these trains.
    • Food is available for purchase on these routes. If you want to avoid paying for food, you can pack your own refreshments.
    • You can take up to three large bags that do not exceed a combined weight of 25kg, as well as a carry-on bag. A maximum of one pet is allowed and must be in a carrier.
    • Foldable bicycles can be transported but non-foldable bicycles cannot.
    • If you're concerned about accessible travel, Renfe offers:
    • An Atendo service that's free to use and provides assistance to passengers with mobility issues or other disabilities. You will need to inform them of this need a couple of days in advance.
    • Seat reservation is available on these routes.

    When to book your train tickets from Córdoba to Seville?

    There are a couple of ways to get the best deal on these routes. If you book well in advance, you'll get a cheaper ticket. These go on sale months in advance and the Córdoba to Seville train price increases as you get closer to the leave date. Search with flexible dates if you can. Companies tend to offer different deals on random days and having flexible dates could help find those deals. Travelling during the week is usually cheaper than over the weekend, and a high-speed train is often more expensive than a standard option. Take advantage of student or senior citizen discounts if you can.

    To Seville by Train: Travel Tips

    Seville is a part of the Andalusia community and is the capital and largest city in the region. This city is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the country and with a motto like "It has not forsaken me" - "No me ha dejado", it's unlikely to disappoint. The city is captivating and offers visitors a mix of cultural influences, and one of the favourite things to do in the region is to visit nearby neighbourhoods, like Triana, a former gypsy quarter of Seville. For an idea of things to do, have a look at the Seville Window Seat article, which includes things like:

    • Frequenting a few of the food markets
    • Visiting the oldest tapas restaurant in the city, El Rinconcillo
    • Explore the picturesque area of Santa Cruz
    • Seville Cathedral is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world
    • Go and experience a flamenco performance
    • Visit the Museum of Fine Arts

    Seville: skyline of the city at sunset.

    Seville: skyline of the city at sunset. Source: Shutterstock

    What are the other cities you can go to from Seville?

    Seville is well-connected to various other cities in the country and is a popular place to travel from. One of the most well-travelled routes is from Seville to Cádiz, which happens several times a day and takes close to 1h 45min without a stopover. Seville to Málaga is another sought-after route in the country and takes around 2h 50min without any changeovers. For a bit of a longer journey, you could catch a long-distance train from Seville to Madrid and be in the capital in just under eight hours.

    FAQs: Cordoba to Seville train

    FAQs: Travel by train from Cordoba to Seville easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Cordoba to Seville.
    FAQs
    Cheap train tickets from Cordoba to Seville can start from as little as £10 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Cordoba to Seville is £16; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
    On average the Cordoba to Seville train time is 53 min   covering the 74 mile long trip, but the journey time can vary depending on specific dates or if traveling on weekends and holidays.
    The first train from Cordoba to Seville leaves at 06: 14. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
    The last train from Cordoba to Seville leaves at 22: 12.
    Yes, there's a high-speed train to Seville. Take the fast train with iryo from Cordoba to Seville.
    For the best Cordoba to Seville train to buy, you can travel safely and comfortably with Renfe, Renfe (13), AVE, Renfe (6), Renfe Torre del Oro, iryo, Renfe Intercity, Renfe AVLO, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA. However, it's always good to check all possible train providers with services between Cordoba and Seville to compare what amenities they may offer.
    No, there are no night trains, the latest train for this route is 22: 12.

    Passengers board the train most frequently from Córdoba, which is located around 2.4 miles (3.9 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Seville-Santa Justa, located 1.2 miles (2 km) away from the city centre.

    A day trip to Seville from Cordoba is worth doing with a journey time of 53 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
    The cheapest month for a train from Cordoba to Seville is March.
    You have options as you can travel between Cordoba and Seville 2 different ways: coach or train.

    Important Stations and Airports in Cordoba and Seville

    Cordoba
    Seville
    Córdoba is the most popular Cordoba railway station for Omio travellers, but it's not the only one. Read all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Cordoba for your journey to Seville.
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    WifiWifi
    ParkingParking
    TaxisTaxis
    AccessibilityAccessibility
    phone
    Phone Number
    +34 912320320
    ticketOfficeHours
    Ticket Office Hours
    Mon - Sun: 06: 00 - 00: 00
    Public transport options for Córdoba
    Bus lines: 03, 04, 05, 10, 11, N
    Train lines: AVE, Alvia, Altaria, Talgo, MD 66, 69, 75, Avant 76, 84

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