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Train from London to Seville

Seville city centre
Photo © Consorcio Turismo de Sevilla


Route: London to Seville via Paris and Madrid
Journey time: from around 21 hours

Detailed itinerary

Option 1: via Paris and Madrid (sleeper)

Sample itinerary: Take any Eurostar to Paris in time to catch the 1947 from Paris Austerlitz, which arrives Madrid at arrives Madrid at 0955. Make your way to Atocha Station and take the 1100 service to Seville, where you'll arrive in time for lunch.
Price: from £290 return
Leg 1:

London St Pancras International to Paris Gare du Nord in the heart of Paris. Don't forget check-in time for Eurostar is at least 30 mins before departure.

First train departs 0540 (Mon-Fri), 0618 (Sat), 0819 (Sun).

Last train departs 2001 (Mon-Sat), 2031 (Sun).

Frequency of service: 18 trains Mon-Thur, 20 trains Friday, 22 on Saturday, 17 on Sunday.


Journey time: From 2 hrs 16 mins

Cross the centre of Paris by metro from Gare du Nord to Gare d'Austeritz. From the Eurostar platform, turn left, walk down the stairs and follow the signs for Metro line M5 to Gare d'Austerlitz (which is signposted 'direction Place d'Italie'). It's 9 stops from Gare de Nord to Gare d'Austerlitz and takes 20-30 minutes, but we recommend you leave at least 50 minutes for the entire transfer.

Long hop

Transfer time: Allow 50 mins.
Book a hotel near Gare du Nord
Book a hotel near Gare d'Austerlitz
Leg 2: Paris Gare d'Austerlitz to Madrid (sleeper)

Train departs 1947 arrives Madrid 0955.
Frequency of service: Daily


Journey time: 14 hrs 08 mins
Transfer From Madrid Charmatin to Madrid Atocha you can take the Cercanias local rail service, three stops, taking around ten minutes. The journey is free with a valid trainhotel (Paris - Madrid sleeper train) ticket, or costs around €1.

Long hop

Transfer time: Allow 45 minutes.
Book a hotel near Madrid Chamartin
Book a hotel near Madrid Atocha
Leg 3: Madrid Atocha to Seville

First trains depart weekdays at 0630 and 0700, and week-round at 0730. Further trains run at 0800 (Mon-Sat), 0830 (Mon-Sat), 0900, 1000 (Mon-Sat), 1005, 1100, 1200, 1300, 1400, 1500 (Sun-Fri), 1600, 1630 (Friday and Sunday), 1700, 1800, 1900 (Sun-Fri), 1930 (Sun-Fri), 2000, 2100 and 2200.
Frequency of service: Up to 24 trains a day.

Renfe Alta Velocidad Española

Journey time: from 2 hours 20 minutes
Destination Bienvenido a Sevilla
Book a hotel near Santa Justa train station

Your route to Seville

The lines on the map are for illustrative purposes only - they don't show the exact route taken by the train.


Through-fare tickets

>> You can now buy a 'through-fare' ticket from over 300 UK rail stations to London that connect with Eurostar departures to Europe. These tickets cut the cost of the journey from your local station to London when used in conjunction with a Eurostar ticket. See: Through-fare tickets connecting with Eurostar

Changing Stations

The key to travelling by train to Europe is to plan the most convenient connections. Here's our guide to how to change stations within the key hub cities of Paris, Brussels and Lille for onward connections to the rest of Europe.

>> How to Change Train Stations in Paris, Brussels and Lille