Cadiz to Seville Train: Your Detailed Transport Guide

If you’re planning to travel from Cadiz to Seville by train, you probably have a lot of questions about this route. In this article, I will answer all the questions you might have about this connection, and much more!

I have used the train for my day trip from Seville to Cadiz, so know everything about the train facilities, train stations and everything in between.

Let’s look at your transport options for this route.

How Far is it from Cadiz to Seville?

Cadiz is about 120 kilometres south of SevilleVisiting the Royal Alcazar of Seville. It’s a journey that would take approximately 1.5 hours by car or 1hr 45 mins on a train.

From Cadiz to Seville by Train

This train connection is operated by the national carrier called Renfe, which I have also used myself.

From Cadiz you will leave from the main train station at the edge of the city, and in Seville, you arrive at the big train station called Sevilla Santa Justa, which is very central.

The Real Alcazar of Seville
The Real Alcazar of Seville

Cadiz to Seville Train Times

Always get your tickets from the local train operator Renfe – on their website (available in English) you get to see the prices of the tickets on different days and at the same time your train departure times. Check it here.

Below is a sample of departures available, but please note the same trains are not always available each day, on some days there might be only 4 connections and on others a lot more.

It also depends on the season – more connections are generally available in the summer. If the train you want to take is fully booked or only standing space is available, you will still see it displayed in the schedule online with a notice.

  • 5.40 am departure – 1 hour 50 minutes
  • 6.40 am departure – 1.5 hours
  • 6.45 am departure – 1 hour 50 minutes
  • 7.35 am departure – 1.5 hours
  • 8.40 am departure – 1 hour 40 minutes
  • 11.40 am departure – 1 hour 40 minutes
  • 12.20 departure – 1.5 hours
  • 14.12 pm departure – 1 hour 37 minutes
  • 14.40 pm departure – 1 hour 40 minutes
  • 18.40 pm departure – 1 hour 37 minutes
  • 19.40 pm departure – 1 hour 48 minutes

The travel time is between 1.5 hours to 1hr 45 minutes.

Cadiz to Seville Train Tickets

It’s best to buy your tickets online as you can also choose your seats, and save them on your phone. At the station, you only need to show the QR code and have your ID with you when you travel.

There is a train operator who will check your ticket, so keep it handy along with your ID.

The cheapest train tickets start at 10 euros one way, but can go up to 30 euros one way in high season and big demand.

When you’re selecting your train ticket don’t forget to use the Spanish spelling of the city, so type in Sevilla instead of Seville, otherwise, you don’t get any results even if the site language is set to English.

Palacio de las Dueñas, Seville
Palacio de las Dueñas, Seville

Cadiz to Seville Train Facilities

The trains themselves are fairly modern, spacious, and comfortable, equipped with toilets and plenty of storage space for luggage. The train stops are also announced both in Spanish and English.

When you get off at either end, there is a taxi rank at both Cadiz and Seville train stations.

Train Station in Cadiz

Cadiz train station is located close to the bus station and the location is marked on the map below.

Train Station Sevilla Santa Justa

The train station Sevilla Santa Justa is close to the center of the city, and the location is marked on the map below.

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