San Francisco Hotel

Alvarez Quintero, Santa Cruz, Seville, 41004, Spain
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Best way to get from Cadiz to Seville?

by jwpotter

Hi,

We will be arriving in Cadiz on a ship in April. We would like to see Seville. Other then taking the ship tour, what other possbilities might be available? Once in Seville, are there organized tours available?

Thanks, Jim

Re: Best way to get from Cadiz to Seville?

by Redang

You have two possibilities:

* By bus: www.tgcomes.es
* By train: www.renfe.es/mediadistancia I don't know if the websites are also in English, I think the one about train, is.

Re: Best way to get from Cadiz to Seville?

by Redang

If I were you, I'd visit the city on my own as I did just three weeks go, you can visit my page, and in the General tips, you can find websites and Tourism offices

Re: Best way to get from Cadiz to Seville?

by puerto_lover

There are regional trains that are basically commuter type trains with no pre reserved seating called ANDALUSIA EXPRES. You can take these trains from Cadiz railway terminus which is very close to the port. As you look at the dock facing the city and its cathedral the railway station is on your left side.
The single fare to Seville is about €10
Look up times on http://www.renfe.es/horarios/english/index.html
Nearer the day of travel just check the times. At the moment there is an Andalusia Expres train that leaves Cadiz at 08.50 that you may be able to get if the boat arrives early. At Seville there are two stations - the first one is called San Bernardo. It is underground and you will know that you are nearing it because you go into a cutting then into the tunnel. That train arrives at San Bernardo at 10.36 and then at Santa Justa at 10.40. Santa Justa is the main station at Seville but it is not as close to the main tourist sights. If you alight at San Bernardo, you can walk to Plaza de Espana in around 20 minutes. Look at a map of Seville or do a Google and you can work out the directions. If you want help them just ask here.
Then walk over via the park to the Alcazar and the Cathedral and Barrio Santa Cruz. You can spend a long time in the Alcazar and take the audio tour. Over to the cathedral if you are fit walk up the ancient Giralda tower to get a panorama. Take lunch in this area. Just study a map and read up about Seville and you will be able to enjoy your visit.
But don't leave it too late to take the returning train ! You don't want to be stranded ashore ! If there are delays or disruptions on the train it could be an expensive taxi ride south. There are buses to Cadiz that leave from the Prado de San Sebastian bus terminal which is actually between the San Bernardo railway station and the Alcazar. The www.tgcomes.es bus company is based in CADIZ city and Province so may be your best bet for alternative transport if you prefer bus. The bus terminal in CADIZ is on the right side of the port dock area as you look towards the city from the harbour.

Travel Tips for Sevilla

visit the cathedral.

by Dionosaur

Visit the cathedral.
It is beautiful and I have read that it is the largest gothic structure in the world. If you don't mind exercise, be sure to climb the Tower of Giralda for a great view of Seville. It can get quite hot in Seville in the summer. I love sitting in the shade of the numerous orange trees and having a nice glass of sangria.

Tiles

by tini58de

You will notice that everywhere you will find the most beautiful tiles in Sevilla - no matter if it is just a courtyard, an outside marker of a special site, on the ceiling, on the floor, on stairs - everywhere!

Just a reminder to keep your eyes open for these little tidbits that you can find just everywhere, not only in the Alcazar!

Get lost at Santa Cruz...

by fandango

Get lost at Santa Cruz quarter.
Winding alleys, flower pots, wrought-iron gates, befountained courtyards... haloed with geranium,jasmine,ivy and orange trees, every street corner in Santa Cruz bears a reminder of history and legend.

Aw, crap!

by betis1

Dogs are wonderful - I am a dog lover. Despite laws in the city that owners must pick up their dog's business hardly anyone does it. It is tempting to look up at all the buildings and monuments, or just the beautiful blue sky in Sevilla. I have learned to keep one eye on the ground when walking around to keep my shoes clean. So far this year I've yet to step in any but the dogs are doing their best to get me. And while near the Cathedral and other tourist sites in the center keep an eye out for horse crap, too.

Park Doñana, protected area

by elp

The big and interesting National Park Doñana, is a few km from Sevilla and goes till the sea.
It is a protected and there are some paths to go and enjoy the nature and the peace.
We can watch births and others animals, if you are luck.

It is also possible to do a small trip by bus.

Be prepare to the sun, take a big hat and a bottle of water.

In the way to the Park there are a village named Rócio, by the road we found a very interesting restaurant. I dont know the name but the view i caught in the photo and i would like to share it, as was a really nice place.

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 San Francisco Hotel

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Address: Alvarez Quintero, Santa Cruz, Seville, 41004, Spain