Seville - Madrid


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Travel inspiration in Seville and Madrid

Seville

Seville, the Andalusian capital

Seville is the capital of Andalusia, in Spain. The city is located in southern Spain on the plain of River Guadalquivir. People in Seville are very out-going and friendly. The Old Town of Seville is one of the Europe’s largest, and it is home to 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites: the Alcazar palace, the Cathedral and the General Archives of the Indies. Founded by the Roman, the city was also under Islamic Rule in 712. The 2,200 year old city of Seville has a distinct and rich heritage due to the passage of the various civilisations. Although it has a strong mediaeval, renaissance and baroque heritage, the city was greatly influenced by Arabic culture. Its well-preserved historical centre is a good testimony of those eras.

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Madrid

Madrid, the capital city of Spain

Madrid is the capital city of Spain, located in the heart of the Iberian Peninsula. This cosmopolitan city is inhabited by more than 3 million people basked in a culturally and artistically rich environment. Well known for its amazing nightlife along with its intense cultural and artistic activities, Madrid appears is a versatile city which will satisfy every traveller’s need and curiosity. The energy of this city will drive even the most reluctant ones to dance, explore and tasting all sorts of delicacies… This is called the movida vibe! For spectacular views over Madrid, take the teleférico cable car over Casa del Campo’s 4000 acres of wild woodland. It leaves from Paseo del Pintor Rosales street, near Argüelles Metro station.

Discover the outstanding Prado museum, the Plaza Mayor and rest in the vast and verdant oasis of Parque del Retiro before feeling the temperature of the late night flamenco shows. Madrid has two main train stations, namely Madrid Atocha railway station and Madrid Chamartin railway station.

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Reviews & ratings Seville - Madrid

"Seville to Cordoba"

  Lynn v. 
Our trip from Seville to Cordoba was very fast, and very comfortable. The First Class coupé offered wide leather seats and lots of legroom, but no refreshments. It took a little time to find Seville station - we walked about 35 minutes from our hotel in Barrio Santa Cruz - but once there, the wait was pleasant and the facilities were good. The station at Cordoba was also within walking distance of the centre of the city. (Tip: there are machines at the Cordoba Station, on the "bridges" over the tracks, that dispense city maps for €1.) It was an excellent, efficient journey.  

"Madrid to Granada"

  Lynn v.  10/04/2014
Our train trip from Madrid to Granada was a pleasure. We had booked First Class tickets, so we were very comfortable - wide seats and lots of legroom - but unfortunately that's where the advantages of First Class started and stopped. Refreshments used to be included in the price; this time round they had to be purchased. We had access to music via headphones (very good) and a movie on a shared screen. The film that day was a cartoon, so nobody in our all-adult coupé was very interested. The train sped through the countryside to a point past Cordoba, and then travelled more slowly through glorious scenery to Granada. We arrived at Granada in the early afternoon, and found it easy to walk from the train station to our hotel. We were pleased that the station was so centrally located. We would definitely take this trip again, given the opportunity!  

"Andalusian saga"

  Sujit j.  24/10/2013
I boarded the train from Madrid Atocha station at 07:00 on the 14th Oct 13. The train left on time. Breakfast was served shortly thereafter. The Breakfast contained both continental fare as well as the local spanish flavours like cheese,olives etc. The train reached Cordoba on time. Overall we had an enjoyable trip. I would definitely recommend this to my colleagues and friends.  

"Madrid to MERIDA"

  Sujit j.  23/10/2013
I was satisfied with the trip. Andre van Wyk  

"A most pleasant journey"

  Jacob t.  14/10/2013
Booking tickets online in advance from India was a simple process, and delivery by courier was dome promptly. The stations (Madrir and Cordoba) were very well signposted and clean, and the train itswelf excellent in style an comfort. I am especially appreciative of the high level of efficiency along with courtesy and warmth with which special assistance (wheel chair) was provided to one member of my family at both stations. Thank you. I look forward to traveling with you again. T Jacob  

"Granada to Sevilla Santa Justa"

  Benoit v.  12/10/2013
Even if the train arrived 1 hour late, the convinience of the location of the train station, the easiness to find your train are outsatnding. The train is very clean, very, very comfortable with leg room, and it is so relaxing versus driving.  

"Bright lights"

  Jo b.  10/10/2013
Please turn the bright lights off on the train at night. I caught the train from Barcelona to Madrid overnight and was hoping to sleep but the bright lights were left on all night which made sleep very difficult. This made my journey uncomfortable. If this one thing were resolved I believe the comfort of my travel would have been much higher. Please consider this hospitable practice. Thank you.  

" MADRID PUERTA DE ATOCHA - BAR"

  William e.  01/10/2013
smooth, rapid running travel in comfort and style through an expansive landscape. thank you.  

"Excellent Service"

  Andreas s.  26/09/2013
Thank you Rail Europe for the excellent service. You made our train travel from Barcelona to Madrid pleasant and comfortable.  

"relaxed travelling"

  Carelina u.  23/09/2013
We found the trip from Granada to Madrid very convenient We travelled first class and was supposed to get a breakfast served on the journey.The attendant didnt offer us coffee or juice and when I asked for some she was very rude.Apart from that it was very comfortable and clean.  

"Barcelona to Madrid return "

  Nicholas e.  21/09/2013
Good return journey from Barcelona to Madrid and back, tourista class.. Comfortable seats. Speedy journey. Preferred to flying which overall would probably have taken longer. Would have been nice to have English subtitles on the film that was showing. The shared blinds (with the passengers in front and behind, meant that if one person wanted the window blinds closed it affected everyone. I wanted to see the view and that wasn't possible as some else wanted the blinds closed. Good facilities in the on board shop. Screaming children meant the headphones handed out free were worth their weight in gold !  

"Sevilla experience"

  Cormac f.  20/09/2013
The trip on this intermediate train was excellent. Clean, comfortable, efficient, and on time. Online booking could not have been easier and seat allocation was guaranteed. The two and three quarter hour journey could not have been more pleasant. To arrive 30 minutes earlier on the fast train would not have justified double the fare. (The cleanliness of the train was in stark contrast to a recent journey on Eurostar from London to Brussels.) I would consider the AVE (faster) train for a longer journey - say Malaga to Madrid. RENFE should be proud of their quality both in rolling stock and stations.