Madrid to Seville by Train

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Cheap train tickets from Madrid to Seville

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Cheapest

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

Cheapest
iryo
19:552h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
22:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
£411One-way
0 changes
2nd Cheapest
iryo
06:502h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
09:32Sevilla-Santa Justa
£461One-way
0 changes
iryo
08:512h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
11:33Sevilla-Santa Justa
£491One-way
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iryo
12:552h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
15:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
£511One-way
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iryo
10:352h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
13:18Sevilla-Santa Justa
£531One-way
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Train timetableMadrid to Seville

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iryo
06:502h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
09:32Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
07:002h52
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
09:52Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
08:002h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
10:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
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iryo
08:512h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
11:33Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
10:002h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
12:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
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iryo
10:352h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
13:18Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
11:052h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
13:48Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
11:532h52
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
14:45Sevilla-Santa Justa
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iryo
12:552h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
15:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
13:002h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
15:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
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iryo
13:522h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
16:34Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
14:002h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
16:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
15:592h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
18:41Sevilla-Santa Justa
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iryo
16:582h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
19:40Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
17:072h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
19:50Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
18:002h43
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
20:43Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Renfe AVE
19:302h33
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
22:03Sevilla-Santa Justa
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iryo
19:552h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
22:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
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Train times from Madrid to Seville

Showing times and prices for 26 Jul

Fastest Journey

2 h 33 m

Average

2 h 43 m

Trains per day

18

Distance

391 km

Of the 18 trains that leave Madrid for Seville every day 18 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Renfe AVE
19:302h33
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
22:03Sevilla-Santa Justa
£541One-way
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iryo
13:522h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
16:34Sevilla-Santa Justa
£561One-way
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iryo
06:502h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
09:32Sevilla-Santa Justa
£461One-way
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iryo
16:582h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
19:40Sevilla-Santa Justa
£641One-way
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iryo
19:552h42
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
22:37Sevilla-Santa Justa
£411One-way
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This trip was great and also very inexpensive. I would already like to say that I can pass the trip on, as I liked everything about it. I especially liked the sympathy of the staff. The toilets were very clean and hygienic. The internet was good throughout. There was a lot of choice of food, which was also delicious. I can only give the trip five stars, as my train also arrived on time. Great trip!
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This ride definitely deserves 5 stars and is definitely to be recommended as everything went super. I especially liked the fact that there was air conditioning, which ensured that it didn't get too hot. The staff were very nice. Comfortably, it was very cosy and cleanliness was also present and especially in the toilets. The train also came on time and while we are talking about punctuality, I would like to mention that my food came on time. Great ride and very cheap.
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This was a trip that I can definitely recommend, and very deservedly rate 5 stars. The train arrived on time. The internet use was great, as the internet was very good, although it was used by many. I really liked the food, I had crepes with a tea, which was also relatively cheap. The staff were very correct and did a good job. In general, it was a great ride and very comfortable. Besides, Seville is very beautiful.
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It was a great experience to drive abroad and the trip was really great. I would like to mention in advance that I can recommend the trip to everyone, as everything went really well. My train ticket was cheap. My train arrived on time and there were no changes. The toilets were very clean and hygiene was taken care of. The staff were very friendly and also did a good job, for example with the service, as the service was very fast. It was very quiet and comfortable on the train. The internet was very good. A very great trip abroad.
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When I was on the train, I immediately noticed that the staff try very hard and enjoy their job. It was a relatively cheap journey for what you get. The wifi was of the highest standard. The volume on the train was very pleasant and the seats were very comfortable so you could fall asleep. There was plenty of choice of desserts, food and drinks. You can already imagine that I can recommend the trip endearingly. In general, this is a typically "perfect" train ride, which I would gladly repeat, as everything was included. Great trip! Seville is also very beautiful.
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This trip was in Spain at the time and I really enjoyed it. The staff was very nice and did a very good job. The services were also good and fast. The prices were also very reasonable and the food was also very tasty. There were many signs indicating where the toilets were. The noise level on the train was very pleasant. In addition, the train was on time and arrived on time. I can recommend the journey endearingly. There was also air conditioning which ensured that it did not get hot. My ticket was also very OK as far as the price was concerned.
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The ride was really super! My ticket was neither expensive nor cheap, but the performance of the price (value for money) was great! The wifi was very good, in fact it had full bars. The toilets were, very clean, and not just a few, but all of them. The people on the train were very empathetic, so it was very quiet on the train. Also, even back then before the Corona pandemic, hygiene was taken care of, for example, there was disinfectant. My train also arrived on time, as expected. Deserved 5 out of 5 stars, as everything was really included. I am happy to recommend the trip. Although the ticket is not cheap, it is definitely worth it.
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That was my great trip in Spain. My train ticket was very cheap and on time. The wifi was very very good, it was honestly better than the wifi at home. I had a power socket at my comfortable seat and the volume on the train was very pleasant. There were many reservation options and the staff were very friendly. Also, the toilets were very clean. There are deserved 5 stars and I definitely recommend the ride. Great ride!
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I was in Madrid in 2014 and this trip was great. There was nothing I didn't like. What I liked most was how nice the staff were. I had access to very good wifi and also electricity. I also had a power socket at my seat. My seat was very comfortable and the service was fast. I liked my food and drink respectively. It was also very clean and the train was nice. The journey is highly recommended. My ticket was OK, so the price of my train ticket, but the service was killer. Deserved 5 out of 5 stars.
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That was my journey from Madrid to Seville. The price of my ticket was relatively OK. Neither too expensive nor cheap. There was nothing negative, so I can only recommend the journey. Then I had wifi which was also OK, but what was very good was the service. My train arrived when it was supposed to. The staff were very friendly. I would also like to mention that the toilet paper was of good quality. My view from the train was also very nice. For all the reasons, the trip is very very recommendable. Finally, I would like to say that Seville is a very beautiful city and Madrid has many sights as well.
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The trip was very relaxing for me. The price-performance ratio was very good. It was also very clean everywhere and there were no signs of previous passengers. As the trip was for business, it was an advantage that the wifi was very fast. The staff were very friendly and always happy to help. Overall, I can only warmly recommend the journey. 5 stars.
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I travelled to Seville on the AVE 02070. I have to say right from the start that the journey was not a very good experience. The hygiene inside the train was really not good and I felt disgusted several times. The rubbish bins weren't emptied and it stank like the toilets. At least the service was quite nice and made the journey a little easier. After a good 2 hours I arrived reasonably satisfied.
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I needed an alternative way of travelling from Madrid to Seville as my car was in the garage. I decided to take train number 6127 to Seville on 13 July. The journey went without changing trains and without any delays. I set off at 12:25 and arrived at 15:07. The journey took around two hours and 40 minutes. The train was clean and the service was very friendly and helpful. There was fast internet and the seats were very comfortable. There was also a lot of space for luggage.
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I travelled from Madrid to Seville on the so-called AVE 02070. As I didn't buy my ticket via the local train website, but days before my journey, I think I paid a lot of money for the journey. The service was worth the price, but there wasn't much else that stood out. The hygiene was normal and the train arrived just about on time. All in all, I have no complaints
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The negative aspect of travelling from Madrid to Seville was that the ticket was quite expensive for such a short distance. Nevertheless, I liked the fact that I arrived at my destination very quickly. What I liked best was that I didn't have to change trains once during the journey. I also liked the fact that I could book my ticket very easily online and that the wifi worked perfectly during the journey. The train was very tidy, as were the toilets.

Overview: Train from Madrid to Seville

distanceDistance242 miles
durationAverage train duration2 h 37 min
priceAverage train ticket price£59 (€67)
frequencyTrain frequency15 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 15 direct trains a day
carriersTrain companiesAVE, iryo, Renfe AVLO, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3), Renfe (13) or Renfe ALVIA

Trains from Madrid to Seville cover the 242 miles long route taking on average 2 h 37 min with our travel partners like AVE, iryo, Renfe AVLO, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3), Renfe (13) or Renfe ALVIA. Normally, there are 15 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £59, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £20. Travellers depart most frequently from Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes and arrive in Seville-Santa Justa.

Train providers: AVE, iryo and Renfe AVLO trains Madrid to Seville

Find the best trains between Madrid and Seville with Omio's travel partners AVE, iryo and Renfe AVLO from £20. We can find you the best deals, timetables and tickets when comparing and booking the best journey.

Renfe Avlo is Renfe's low-cost high-speed AVE train provider offering trains to Seville from Madrid. It's a new service operating on some of Spain's most popular long-distance lines like Madrid to Barcelona-Figueres line. Avlo trains can travel up to 300 km/h. There is a single Economy Class with assigned tickets called Básica but this includes power sockets at each seat and vending machines. Avlo trains run between popular Spanish cities like Madrid, Zaragoza, Tarragona, Barcelona, Girona and Figueres. The routes Renfe-AVLO serves are expected to expand.

Train information from Madrid to Seville with Renfe AVLO:

  • Average Duration: 2 h 56 min
  • Cheapest Price: £22

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The Madrid to Seville Train

Looking to find the best way to travel from Madrid to Seville? Look no further! The Omio guide to train connections between Madrid and Seville covers everything you need to know about ticket types, train providers, high-speed trains, schedules and how to buy the cheapest tickets. Read on to get the most up to date information, plus discover our top tips for things to do once you’ve reached Seville.

Stunning architecture of the Metropolis building on the Gran Via in Madrid. Source: Shutterstock

How to find cheap train tickets from Madrid to Seville

Travellers looking for cheaper train tickets from Madrid to Seville should consider buying tickets in advance. Ticket sellers often release tickets a few months before their scheduled dates. The earlier you buy these tickets, the cheaper they’ll cost. Also, consider being flexible with your schedule, travelling outside peak hours and on cheaper days of the week. Trains with stops often have cheaper tickets than trains with direct and faster services. Train operators also offer discounts for students, seniors and disabled travellers, as well as for large groups or families travelling together.

Paperless train tickets from Madrid to Seville

The Omio booking pages have been designed to give you a quick and easy snapshot of the best tickets available. Once you’ve purchased your ticket, you’ll have everything sent to your phone with no need to print. What’s more, you can also enjoy live journey updates, meaning you'll be notified of any platform changes or delays, and we’ll send you a reminder when it's time to set off. If you need any help along the way, there’s a dedicated helpline to make your journey as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible. Explore your train options on Omio from the comfort of your home or on the go. Download the free Omio app today.

Which train companies travel from Madrid to Seville?

Trains from Madrid to Seville are mainly operated by Spain’s state owned rail company Renfe, with additional services by iryo. Renfe trains are divided into different fleets and lines meaning that passengers can choose between high-speed AVE trains, Renfe AVLO trains, and slightly slower Media Distancia connections. There are also slower daily Regional train services.

Travel first class on trains from Madrid to Seville

When travelling with Renfe you’ll have the option to choose between three different ticket types. Each ticket type is priced according to the flexibility of the ticket, the level of comfort and service you’ll receive onboard.

  • Básico (Basic) ticket: these are the cheapest tickets on the standard coaches. Passengers will receive all benefits of travelling on standard including plenty of legroom, WIFI, luggage storage and power sockets. Básico tickets cannot be exchanged or cancelled for a refund. Add-ons can be bought however, and these include seat selection for €5 extra, or bringing a pet for an extra €10.
  • Elige (the Pick and mix) ticket: these tickets can be tailored to your needs. Elige ticket holders have more flexibility with exchanging or cancelling their tickets or even changing the ticket holder. The Elige ticket also gives the option to travel on Elige ESTÁNDAR (with standard seats) or Elige CONFORT (with XL comfort seats). Add-ons include seat selection, travelling with pets, or a box of food delivered to your seat for an extra €7.50
  • Prémium (Premium) ticket: these tickets offer full first class comfort and flexibility. The perks of travelling with this ticket includes XL comfort seats, unlimited free changes to your ticket, a full refund if you cancel your ticket 7 days in advance, and if you miss your train simply hop on the next one for free. The Prémium includes all add-ons including seat selection, taking pets, food service to your seat.

How long is the journey by train from Madrid to Seville?

Journeys between Madrid and Seville are served by high-speed trains Renfe AVE and iryo. The fastest train journey takes just 2 h 20 min, running at speeds of up to 192 mph (310 km/h) and covering a distance of 241 miles (391 km). The average train journey is 2h 55 min while the longest is around 3 h 10 min.

Daily departures: Madrid to Seville trains

There are over 20 daily trains between Madrid and Seville. Saturday typically has more train rides than the other days. The first daily train departs Madrid at around 6:20 a.m. while the last daily train leaves at approximately 9:25 p.m. Omio provides all daily schedules for travellers to find the most convenient option for their vacation, just click through to the booking tool to find live timetable and the most up-to-date schedule.

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Atocha train station in Madrid. Source: Shutterstock

What are the departure and arrival stations for trains from Madrid to Seville?

Departure train station: trains from Madrid to Seville start their journeys at Madrid Puerta de Atocha railway station. This station is popular for its beautiful historic setting blended with a tropical garden next to a modern terminus. The station features a lost luggage area and luggage lockers with long-term and short-term storage options. It also offers several food and shopping concessions, ATMs, currency exchange services, and a waiting area. There are several washrooms, baby changing facilities, and water fountains. Travellers can get to the station by foot from the city centre. Alternatively, they can get taxis or private transfers. Travellers can also hop on the metro with line 2 providing services to and from the station.

Arrival train station: Trains arrive at Seville’s Santa Justa train station. It features a baggage consignment area and a ticket office that operates daily from about 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. It also offers coffee shops and food concessions throughout the facility. Other services include a tourist information centre, newsstands, ATMs, and parking. First-class and business-class travellers can find a first-class lounge with drinks and an internet connection. If you need luggage storage services, there are luggage lockers. Travellers with lost items can find a lost and found area at the facility. Travellers can get to the train station via bus and taxis. Bus lines 36 and 2 offer services to and from the station. The station is wheelchair-accessible with accessible water fountains, washrooms, ticket offices, and waiting rooms. There are also TTY phones for travellers with hearing problems.

Night trains in Madrid

Renfe operates Trenhotel, a long-distance night train, which facilitates overnight travel in Madrid. These trains feature seats and compartments for two or four travellers. They are mostly separated from other parts of the train, including private toilets and showers. Aboard Trenhotel, Renfe offers several classes, which come with different levels of comfort. At the Tourist class, the carriages have a two-by-two seating arrangement with reclining seats and folding tables. Preference classoffers super reclining seats with wide folding tables and armrests. Grand Comfort seats recline horizontally and offer a lot of space between rows. They also feature magazine racks, power sockets, and an audio system with four channels. Tourist beds have two upper and two lower beds with washbasins, sheets, and towels. Travellers can also choose between lady cabins and gentlemen cabins. Grand Class Bed is equipped with two beds, showers, and washrooms. They also get personalised services, including sheets, towels, daily newspapers, lockable doors, and la carte food.

Sustainable travel on trains from Madrid to Seville

Trains are by far the most sustainable and greenest means of travel. Their emissions only represent about two percent of the transport sector emissions. They also have a low energy consumption, which equals a tenth of the fuel used by small cars and aircraft. Trains have the ability to occupy minimal space in the environment and at the same time offer the most spacious areas to passengers onboard. Trains have a long lifetime and can go for up to 50 years without the need to re-invest in spare parts and non-renewable energy.

Services on board the Madrid to Seville train

Renfe trains offer two travel classes, the major difference between the first and second classes is the seating arrangement. Second-class coaches offer a two-by-two-seat configuration, while first class offers two-by-one seat configurations. Seats in first class are far more spacious, and they offer more legroom. Another perk of first-class travel is the at-seat catering service that is available. Renfe trains have on-board personnel who provide services in different languages throughout the train journeys.

Trains are also equipped with a buffet car, which offers seasonal menus, a children’s menu, and a variety of drinks. The trains also provide free Wi-Fi onboard for travellers’ entertainment. Renfe trains have luggage restrictions with a maximum of three luggage items per traveller. The measurement limit is 33x21x13 inches (85x55x35 cm), and the weight limit is 50 lbs (25 kg). They also offer power outlets for travellers to keep their equipment charged. Pets are allowed on board with a ticket and as long as they are on a leash. Renfe trains are wheelchair accessible with designated areas for wheelchairs, step-free boarding equipment, and adapted services. The Omio magazine offers you advice on the best travel experience from Madrid to Seville.

Plaza Espana, Seville. Source:Unsplash

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Exploring Seville: travel tips

Like every other major city in Europe, Seville offers its fair share of must-see attractions: elegant edifices, horse-drawn carriages, and old-fashioned street lamps are just a few. It also houses the famous Alcazar, which dazzles with lush gardens and lavish Mudehjar décor. This mediaeval neighbourhood offers a labyrinth of cobblestone walkways, white-washed structures with scenic patios, and breath-taking plazas with outdoor patios. It also houses Plaza Refinadores, which features a statue of Din Juan Tenorio, and two museums that illustrate the story of the Spanish Jews. Nature lovers will enjoy a visit to Parque de Maria Luisa, Seville’s major public park, which stretches along the Guadalquivir River. Art lovers can visit Metropol Parasol. This is the largest wooden structure in the world. It houses a marketplace, an open-air plaza, and a restaurant. Another popular attraction is Toro del Oro, which showcases the Spanish colonial period. Here are other attractions in Seville:

  • Catedral de Seville
  • Parque de Maria Luisa
  • Museo de Bellas Artes
  • Real Maestranza Bull Ring
  • Barrio de Triana

You can discover more about things to do in Seville with the Omio magazine.

International trains from Madrid

The main international routes for trains in Spain usually depart and arrive from Madrid and Barcelona. A couple of the most popular international routes connected to Madrid go to Lisbon and Paris. If you’re looking to explore the rest of Europe by train, check out some of the popular routes and download the Omio app. It’s a convenient way to find tickets in any language, no matter which country you’re travelling to.

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Spain not only has a great national train network but it is well connected to many parts of Europe. Depending on where you are in the country it can take just a matter of hours to get to cities such as Bordeaux, Paris and Lisbon all from the comfort of a train seat.

FAQs: Madrid to Seville train

FAQs: Travel by train from Madrid 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 Madrid to Seville.
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Cheap train tickets from Madrid to Seville can start from as little as £20 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Madrid to Seville is £59; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
The train time to Seville from Madrid is on average 2 h 37 min   for the 242 mile long journey, but the time it takes to go between Madrid and Seville by train can vary depending on specific dates or if traveling on weekends and holidays.
The first train from Madrid to Seville leaves at 04: 50. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from Madrid to Seville leaves at 20: 10.
Yes, it is possible to travel from Madrid to Seville without having to change trains with AVE, iryo or Renfe AVLO. There are 15 direct trains from Madrid to Seville each day. There may be fewer direct services available on weekends or holidays.
Yes, there's a high-speed train to Seville. Take the fast train with iryo from Madrid to Seville.
When taking a train from Madrid to Seville, you can count on AVE, iryo, Renfe AVLO, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3), Renfe (13) or Renfe ALVIA for the best way to get you to Seville. You can also check all possible train companies who offer a service from Madrid to Seville and compare the amenities they offer before buying a train ticket.
No, there are no night trains, the latest train for this route is 20: 10.

When departing from Madrid, you have various train station options to start your route from including Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes, Madrid Chamartín and Madrid Príncipe Pío. When arriving in Seville, you can end your route in train stations like Seville-Santa Justa, Seville San Bernardo and Seville Virgen Del Rocío.

Passengers board the train most frequently from Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes, which is located around 1.4 miles (2.2 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 trip to Seville from Madrid is worth doing but not as a day trip with a journey time of 2 h 37 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
The cheapest month for a train from Madrid to Seville is August.
It's helpful to compare your options as there are 3 ways to travel between Madrid and Seville including taking a train, coach or flight.

Important Stations and Airports in Madrid and Seville

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The major railway station for departures from Madrid is Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes. Read all the information you need to know about services, amenities and connections at Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes for your trip from Madrid to Seville.
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Metro lines: 1
Bus lines: 10, 14, 24, 26, 32, 37, 54, 57, 59, 85, 86, 102, 121, 203
Train lines: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C7, C8, C10
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The major train station for arrivals in Seville is Seville-Santa Justa. Find all the information you need to know about services, amenities and connections at Seville-Santa Justa for your trip to Seville from Madrid.
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+34 912320320
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Mon - Sat: 04: 30 - 00: 30 | Sun: 05: 15 - 00: 30
Public transport options for Seville-Santa Justa
Bus lines: 36, C1, C2, 21, 32, EA (airport)
Train lines: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5

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