Samay Hostels

Av. Menendez Pelayo, 13, Seville, 4100, Spain
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madrid-sevilla-madrid first class

by wil.vonier

Hi
what is about the price for a round trip by
fast train from Madrid to sevilla and back??

thanks
beste regards
wil vonier

Re: madrid-sevilla-madrid first class

by Razmataac

Try looking at the Spanish State Railroads sit. They should have all the info.

http://www.renfe.es/horarios/english/index.html

Re: madrid-sevilla-madrid first class

by puerto_lover

It's diffcult to say cost. Depends if you are entitled to a Discount and of course the CLASS of seat. Either online discount by booking and paying for your ticket early (62 days or less in advance) can give big discounts. Or go one way and return by ALTARIA which is slower but comfortable to get another fare. Best to wrok out how the RENFE booking site works if you are keen as there are some nice deals. www.renfe.es

Travel Tips for Sevilla

When visiting Sevilla, you...

by Mausi

When visiting Sevilla, you must absolutely visit de Feria de Abril which normally takes place 2 weeks after the Easterweekend. Just strolling through the streets from Sevilla is heaven ! It may not be easy to enter the private tents (casetas privadas) but with some effort you might get lucky and enter some of the casetas where you will feel the real Sevillan spirit (especially when you act like a real tourist wanting to enjoy the atmosphere, prentending not to speak spanish at all ... always worked for us !!) Being home again after a trip from Sevilla, I miss the warmth and the 'savoir-vivre' from Andalucia. Especially the nice food and the friendly people make me want to go back every year.

Plaza d' Espania 4

by K1W1

By coming out at night you will be able to enjoy the place almost to yourself as most tourists are packed away on their tour buses and off to have dinner or whatever. You will also be able to take your time to appreciate what you are seeing without the heat of the hot sun bearing down on you.

Guadalkivir and Torre del Oro

by Christianne

The first time I was in Sevilla, we made an interesting cruise on the river-boat during the night.
The musicians the were playing music for all the tourists they were there. I mean that they were playin songs for all the groups of stangers they were there. Consequently, we were surprised when we heard them playing greek music.
Later on, they started a competition of games.
Meanwhile, we didn't stop drinking sangria.
The picture was taken during my last visit to Sevilla. Next to me is my husband Radmilo.
Behind us the Torre del Oro.

Keep your feet on the ground

by betis1

You're relaxing outside at a cafe so why not stretch out and kick your feet up on the seat next to you? If you do so you may be asked to put them back on the ground. Many vacationing Americans see care-free Spain and think doing this couldn't offend anyone. But the street is probably the dirtiest thing around. Why else would those little old ladies spend so much time mopping the sidewalk in front of their house? Putting your feet, which surely have been touching the ground recently unless your vacation is going all too well, on a seat is putting all of the dirt, dog crap and anything else from the street where someone plans to sit.

Day 41

by into-thin-air

The original plan was to walk to Ponte Ulla -- 29.5k But when we arrived there we were told that there was a new refugio at Capila de Santiaguino, so we kept going the extra 4.5 k and were rewarded with a nice new refugio -- So well worth the extra mile !!
Beautiful countryside although steeply undulating with quite a few choices of places to stop for lunch !!

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Address: Av. Menendez Pelayo, 13, Seville, 4100, Spain