What to Know About Seville's Santa Justa Station

Calle Joaquín Morales y Torres, 41003, Seville, Spain

The Santa Justa station opened in 1991 as part of the city's modernization project when the AVE high-speed trains only started operating in Spain. Named in honor of Seville's most famous saint (sister of Santa Rufina), the station has 12 platforms and provides regular connections to the major destinations in Andalusia. Serving around 9 million passengers a year, Seville's Santa Justa is the third-busiest station in the entire country! The contemporary design of this enormous and outstanding complex was created by talented Spanish architects Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz.

Unique & Impressive: The Santa Justa Station

As we've mentioned above, the Santa Justa complex is not only the major train hub of Seville but also a great example of modern Spanish architecture. To appreciate the unique design of the station and get some useful tips about getting around, we recommend checking out the video below.



Getting Around the Santa Justa Railway Station


How to get to the Santa Justa train station?

Although the station is situated to the north-east of the city center, it provides easy direct connections to Seville's bus lines, including circular buses (lines C1 and C2) and the AE airport bus. Unfortunately, there is no direct connection via the local metro network, the closest metro station is set about 800 meters (2625 feet) away which is approximately 10 minutes on foot, it is called Nervion (yellow L1 line).

What to find on the Santa Justa station?

The station complex has everything needed for a comfortable journey like an information desk, left luggage facilities, ticket offices, cash machines as well as various shops, restaurants, and bars. Plus, to help you easily find your way around the station there are Santa Justa station maps located inside.

How to get from Santa Justa railway station to the Seville airport?

The most time-saving option to get from the station to the Seville airport is hopping on an urban EA bus that directly connects both stops. The average bus ride takes about 35 minutes.

Does the Sevilla Santa Justa station have lockers?

As for Santa Justa luggage storage, for a small fee, you can leave your bags in the lockers right at the station. Please keep in mind that prices vary depending on the size of the chosen locker and usually start from 3 Euro for the smallest one.


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