Santa Justa Train Station, Seville

Santa Justa Train Station © Michelle Chaplow .
Santa Justa Train Station

SANTA JUSTA TRAIN STATION, SEVILLA

Santa Justa train station is Seville’s main train station, offering regular services to destinations all over Andalucia: Huelva, Cadiz, Jerez, Jaen, Granada and Almeria; high-speed AVE trains go to Cordoba and Malaga , and beyond to Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona.

The Santa Justa train station is located to the north-east of the city centre, on Avenida Kansas City. Santa Justa train stationi opened in 1991, as part of the city’s modernization plans for the Expo 1992 when Spain’s first high-speed AVE train service was launched (Plaza de Armas, the beautiful old station, is now a shopping centre with cinema). The clean, contemporary Santa Justa train stationi building was designed by architects Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz.

Santa Justa is the third-busiest station in Spain, by passenger numbers, with around 8 million per year, of whom around 2 million use Cercanias (local trains). The station has 12 platforms in total. The station is named after one of Seville’s favourite saints (sister of Santa Rufina).

 

 

Destinations


High speed AVE is the Spanish high speed train, the fastest and most comfortable ways to arrive in Seville is the AVE, direct trains to and from to Cordoba and Malaga, Madrid, Valencia and Barcelona.  The best price deals for the AVE are available in advance, often online. Special offers also come up periodically, so keep an eye out. 

Long-distance trains serve Jaen, Granada and Almeria.

Regional medium-distance trains serve cities such as Huelva, Cadiz and Jerez.  

Cercanias (small local trains) which serve the hill-towns of the Sierra Norte and Aljarafe (to the west of the city) as well Dos Hermanos and Utrera to the south.

Other trains of interest include the spectacular Palace on Wheels, the historic and luxurious al Andalus train.

Train Tickets Online - Buy your Andalucia and Spanish train tickets online in English language. Obtain either eTicket by email or paper tickets by post. Includes seat reservation when available

Facilities

Santa Justa has a ticket office (though be aware that some tickets can only be purchased in advance) and ticket machines, cash machine, various shops including a newsagent selling foreign press, tourist information office, left luggage, restaurants and bars, as well as onward transport (see below).

Trainspotters will enjoy a wonderful model railway at the Associacion Sevillana de Amigos Ferrocarril. This can be found at the end of platforms 8/9, and can be visited on Tuesday afternoons.

Car Parking - Book your parking space in advance, you can enjoy the meet and greet parking service at the station; no need to go to the car park. Save time and money by booking online in advance

Opening times

Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 12:30am
Saturdays, Sunday and holidays: 5:15am to 12.30am

Customer service
Daily: 6.00am to 11.45pm

Information Daily:
6.00am 10pm

Same day ticket sales
AVE and long-distance: Daily: 6am to 10pm
Cercanías and medium-distance Daily: 6am to 10.30pm

Advance ticket sales
Daily: 8am to 10pm

Telephone sales ticket collection
Daily 6am to 10pm

Multi-use ticket machines (ticket sales for AVE, long-distance and AVANT trains using credit card; collection of tickets bought online or by phone; ticket alterations; Club AVE points allocation)
Monday to Friday: 4:30am to 12:30am
Saturdays, Sunday and holidays: 5:15am to 12.30am

Onward travel


The station is well connected for public transport, with local trains and buses. It also has several large car parks, and various car hire companies. For more information, see our Seville pages Getting There and Getting Around.

 

Urban Bus You can catch the C1 and C2 circular buses, to take you around the city, as well as the 28 and 32, and the AE airport bus. The local trains, Cercanias (- C1, C2, C3, C4 and C5 – run to destination such as the Palacio de Congresos (C4) and Olympic Stadium (C2), and to nearby towns such as Sanlucar La Mayor and Benacazon (C5) in the Aljarafe; Dos Hermanas and Lora del Rio (C1); and Cazalla-Constantina (C3) in the Sierra Norte.

There’s no connection with the Metro – the nearest station is Nervion, about 1km away.

There is also a taxi rank, outside the main (front) entrance to the station. A taxi to the centre costs around 4-5 euros.

You can also use the Sevici bicycle hire service, if you’re registered – see our page for more information.

 

Location

Address Avenida Kansas City
41007 Seville

 

GPS:  37.391556 , -5.975769

Telephone (RENFE): 902 320 320


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