Arriving to Seville, Spain by train is an experience that will take your breath away. The station itself, Santa Justa Station, is located at the heart of the city, and it's connected to multiple public transport lines and services. Seville’s railway station was built in 1881 and offers a direct connection to Madrid, and other destinations in other parts of Spain.
Public transport in Seville includes Cercanías, the local commuter rail service that connects Seville with nearby towns and cities, the underground Metro Sevilla, trams, buses, and the river ferry service. You can buy your ticket in the ticket offices located in the railway station. Different ticket fares are available depending on your origin and destination.
Once you arrive to Seville, you may want to start your visit with the historical sites, such as the Giralda Tower, the Reales Alcázares palace, and the Cathedral. The city is also full of parks, botanical gardens, and interesting places to explore, such as the Archivo de Indias or the Casa de Pilatos.
The best way of exploring Seville is by taking a walk, because you'll find places to visit in every corner of the city. Just take a map with you, so you don't get lost, and enjoy the beauty of Seville!