The best way to find a cheap fare is to book your ticket as far in advance as you can and to avoid travelling at rush hour.
The average ticket from Valencia to Sevilla will cost around $ 208 if you buy it on the day, but the cheapest tickets can be found for only $ 176.
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Trains per day
It's difficult to get from Valencia to Sevilla without changing at least 1 times.
|Avg. Train Duration:|
6 hours 11 minutes
|Train Ticket Price:||$76|
|Trains depart from:||Valencia|
|Trains arrive in:||Sevilla|
|Train Companies:||Renfe AVE, Renfe|
Trains in Spain are a convenient way to travel between cities, with Renfe offering domestic and international train routes in Spain. Spain has an excellent railway network, and it's never been easier to travel between Valencia and Seville, or around the rest of the country. All services are operated by the national railway Renfe, and depart from Joaquin Sorolla station. The first train departs during the morning rush hour while the final service of the day leaves Valencia in the early evening. However, passengers taking trains from Valencia to Seville should be aware that only the early train is direct. Those taking other services will need to change.
Return journeys for trains from Seville to Valencia are also available.
Valencia's major train station is Joaquin Sorolla, which can be found to the south of the city center. The easiest way to get to Joaquin Sorolla is by taking the Metro to the Jesus stop and walking from there. Shuttle buses also make the journey from city center hotels, and it's worth asking your concierge if a service is available. However, the Metro is easily the best way for those taking trains from Valencia to Seville to get to the station. Due to the times of the trains from Valencia, you won't need to worry about getting there at night; however if you find yourself at the station during the night, taxis are available.
Seville was once the foremost port city of the Spanish Empire, sending out voyages of exploration to the New World and taking in huge cargoes of gold and jewels. Nowadays, the port has silted up, but the city is a tourist magnet, with sparkling restaurants, stunning Moorish remains like the Giralda minaret, a gorgeous cathedral and some fascinating museums teaching visitors about the city's glorious history. Trains from Valencia to Seville all come into Santa Justa station. Catch the 32 bus to the city center, or hail a taxi from the ranks outside, and start exploring!