The Seville – Santa Justa train station is Andalucia’s main train station. Discover its characteristics and most important destinations.
Santa Justa is Spain’s third train station for number of passengers, following Madrid’s Atocha and Barcelona’s Sants. It was inaugurated in 1991, to provide the city with a new high-speed railway line that connected Andalucia with the rest of Spain, primarily because of the Expo that would be celebrated in Seville the following year.
Characteristics of the Train Station
The train station is provided with all the services that you could need during your trip to or from the Andalusian capital city. Among the facilities, there are several restaurants and cafeterias, shops, toilets, checkrooms, ATMs, an information point and a car rental service, as well as parking. There are services for people with reduced mobility, too, among which elevators and adapted platforms stand out, in addition to ATENDO service that accompanies people with disabilities to get on or get off the train.
If you travel in Clase Preferente, you can access the V.I.P. Club Hall to wait for your train. Here you will have a WiFi connection, press, drink and foods to make your waiting more pleasant.
If you need to leave your luggage in the station, you can use the checkroom, located on the first floor of the station. Price varies depending on the dimensions of your luggage, from €3.10 to €5.20. The station also relies on parking in case you need to leave your car in the station. The P1 and P3 parking of Saba company is located on the other side of the street, at the roundabout of Avenida Kansas City. Leaving the car costs €2/hour, although there are discounts to leave it parked the whole day or an entire weekend.
Destinations from the Seville train station
AVE, Alvia or Talgo high-speed trains, as well as Cercanías trains, stop in the Seville Santa Justa.
Santa Justa is the only train station in the city where the AVE stops. You can travel on AVE or Alvia from Seville to Madrid, Barcelona, Cadiz, Huelva or Malaga – María Zambrano train station. Also, Seville is connected to Barcelona via Talgo, through the Mediterranean passage (it differs from AVE, as the latter passes through the centre of the Peninsula).
Half-distance train-wise, Seville is connected with the rest of the capital cities in Andalucia, and with Merida, in Extremadura.
Lastly, the five lines of Cercanías Seville, that connect the city with the metropolitan area and some towns of the province stop in the Santa Justa train station.
Where is Seville train station
Seville – Santa Justa train station is located in Avenida Kansas City, n/n, 41007, less than 2 km from the city centre.
How to get to Seville train station
You can get to the train station from the Airport of Seville, located 12 km far, thanks to the EA bus line that connects the airport with the city centre for €4, whose trip is between 25 and 30 minutes long.
On the other hand, if you need to get to the station from the city centre, you can take the bus lines 21, 32, C1 and C2 and get off at the 755 stop José Laguillo (Estación de Santa Justa). You can also consider bus line 28 and stop at 726 Avda. Kansas City (Estación de Santa Justa).
Lastly, you can reach the station by taxi. Just keep in mind that it has a fee of €1.40.
Opening hours of the station
Seville-Santa Justa opens from Monday to Friday, from 4.30 am to 0.30 am, and on Saturdays, Sundays and Festive days, from 5.15 am to 0.30 am. If you think about leaving your luggage at the checkroom, know that they are open from 6 am to 10 pm.
To get information about the tickets or receive personalised attention, you can call (0034) 912 320 320; if you are interested in the Cercanías Seville, the number to call is (0034) 954 485 672.
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