Dona Lola

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Amor de Dios 19, Seville, 41003, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 45% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina

by maestrousmc

Hello once again. When I look at the timetable on renfe.es cercanìas it shows a train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina. But, when I try to purchase a ticket from Sevilla Santa Justa to Cazalla, Cazalla doesn't show in the drop down menu. I'm not quite sure what I'm doing wrong. Can someone help?

Thank you!!!

Re: Train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina

by leics

http://horarios.renfe.es/hir/ingles.html

Click Sevilla on the drop-down menu for departure station.

Then put in the date.

Then put 'caz' into the box underneath 'other stations'...'travels'

then click search beneath that.

You'll get a list of all destinations from Seville, including Cazalla. Click on the station name for train times/details.

Re: Train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina

by puerto_lover

Purchasing tickets for trains in Spain can usually be done at the station for local services (cercanias or regional) and in any event the TIKNET booking service would not work more than two weeks before date of travel assuming it allows you to make a booking. The TIKNET system is really designed for people who travel on the AvOE or long distance trains and who use the Spanish train service frequently.n the long distance trains you need to reserve a specific seat, whereas on the regional local trains it is 'first come - first served'.

Re: Train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina

by puerto_lover

I should add that on those long distant trains you can book up to 60 days ahead of day of travel.

Re: Train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina

by maestrousmc

Thanks J and Nige. So even if I see the schedule on the time table, I really can't purchase them because the tickets from Sevilla to Cazalla are on a first come first served basis?

Re: Train from Sevilla to Cazalla y Constantina

by leics

It's not the tickets, it's the seats......what I said before about getting a seat, or standing until one becomes free, is likely to apply to regional trains. What the chances are of your particular train being absolutely packed on the day/time you want to travel I have no idea.

But I don't think you need to worry about getting a ticket to Cazalla from Seville station. It's only reservation-only/sleeper trains which become 'full'.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

Take the bus to Aracena and...

by Henningn

Take the bus to Aracena and Ronda. Ronda is pretty well know, a nice town on top of a hill with a magnificent view across Andalucia. Aracena on the other hand - you wont find in any touristguide - but a very pleasant andalucian village, with an impressive cave not to be missed.

Palace of San Telmo

by sandysmith

The Palace of San Telmo, built in 17th and 18th century is one of the most beautiful examples of Sevillian baroque style. It was difficult to capture it all in one photo - best viewed from across the road to appreciate it all and then study some closer details. It is usesd as the Anadalucian Regional Parliament building.

AHHHHHHH SIESTA TIME

by LoriPori

One of the customs I love about Spain is that they "take time out to smell the roses". SIESTA TIME is a time-honoured tradition that most Spanish cities adhere to. Make sure you get everything you need as at 2 o'clock most shops close, so the employees can go home to their families for a few hours. It's such a wonderful idea. Maybe we should adopt somehtthing like that, so that we're not so stressed out. But, they do open late into the evening. Because of the hot summer days, people come out later in the evening when it is a lot cooler.

Embarrassment

by betis1

Love it, embrace it, hug it like you can't get enough of it because if you're really worried about embarrassing yourself here than you're going to have a hard time. You can't be an expert on the language and culture or know how they do everything. To worry yourself about everything you say or do will keep you from learning more and in many cases advancing your confidence here. A little guts with no fear to speak will have others laughing at you from time to time, but you'll make it much further. Every time you learn how to ask for, do or get something it makes it that much easier the rest of the time you're here. And think about it - Sevillanos see and hear these mistakes almost every day, so it's nothing new to them. Most of the time when you try to speak or make a mistake you can just smile and the person behind the bar or desk will happily help you. Sometimes they won't, but remember you can find jerks everywhere in this world.

Italica ruins

by Carmela71

Go to Santiponce just 10 km outside Sevilla in direction to Merida (You have to pass near the old Expo 92)

a 100% recomended excursion, free entrance

Italica was a roman city founded in 205 A.D. Its amphitheatre, the mosaics, the remains of thermal baths, the theatre and classical sculptures all deserve the visit

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