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Sevilla (or Seville) is truly a majestic city. No matter the season, visitors are guaranteed to fall in love with this beautiful corner of southern Spain. Every square inch is enriched with art and culture, with streets packed full of Spanish tradition and festivities. Catching the train to Seville? This is the largest city in Andalusia and it is well served by rail connections. Santa Justa train station is the city’s main rail hub, with the AVE high-speed rail system providing regular connections to popular destinations, courtesy of Renfe. The train to Seville from Madrid, for example, takes 2h36mins on average.

Visiting Seville

After taking the train to Seville, travellers will find themselves right on the doorstep of one of the largest collections of monuments with World Heritage status. From the Sevilla Santa Justa railway station, tourists can enjoy a 25-minute walk to one of the most emblematic neighbourhoods of the city, called Santa Cruz. This is the old Jewish quarter, with Medieval architecture and narrow streets that serve as one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city. From here, after just a 1-minute walk, visitors are also within easy reach of the cathedral and the beautiful Giralda, an icon of the city. Within a few metres of the cathedral, visitors will find a complex arrangement of palaces showcasing all manner of architectural styles, ranging from Gothic and Baroque to Renaissance and Mudejar.

Before continuing on a tour of the city and crossing the bridge of San Telmo, tourists might like to take some time to wander through Parque de María Luisa, which is renowned for its natural beauty. Across the bridge, roughly a 30-minute walk away, is the Triana neighbourhood. This colourful district is populated with restaurants and bistros, making it the perfect spot to kick back and relax with a taste of local cuisine. Travellers can then cross this neighbourhood to find the Puente de Isabel II, offering beautiful views of the city and a great vantage point for a memorable sunset. Grab a plate of Gazpacho or fried fish for the perfect evening meal while unwinding after a long day spent exploring!

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