Sevilla-Santa Justa

Sevilla / Seville, (Spain)

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About the station

Sevilla-Santa Justa/Seville-Santa Justa was built to accommodate the arrival of high speed trains in the city.
As it’s an enormous and impressive building, it had to be constructed outside the heart of the city, so is some distance from most tourist destinations.

Despite the distance from the city Santa Justa station is comparatively poorly served by the public transport network in Seville, neither the city’s Metro or Tram (Metrocentro), serve the station.

However, both the Metro and tram routes call at Seville’s secondary station, San Bernado, which is closer to eastern areas of the city centre.
The high speed trains to/from Seville don’t call at San Bernado, but the Media-Distanica regional trains between Sevilla and the south (including trains to and from Cadiz) call there, as do the city’s local ‘Cercanias’ trains.
And those comparatively frequent Cercanias trains provide the main link between Santa Justa and San Bernado stations.

1st Class Lounge
Bus Station
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Terminus Station

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Arriving By Train at Santa Justa

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Departing By AVE Train from Seville

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To Seville City Centre from Santa Justa station

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