In the map we can locate the railway that leads to Santa Justa station, the last stop of the route Malaga-Seville, after having passed through the town of Dos Hermanas.
Seville has many places to visit, the most popular ones are:
This city has the largest old town in Spain and a walk through its streets shows many monuments of its great historical heritage, being the Cathedral, along with the Giralda, the Torre del Oro and the Alcazar its most representative monuments.
Of Phoenician origin, the city has become the capital of the Spanish Empire during the late fifteenth century with the discovery of America.
This village is situated closer to Cordoba than to the capital of Seville and is one of the first villages that began to settle in the area dating back to prehistory.
Through Ecija have passed the Romans, the Visigoths, Arabs and Christians, the latter being those who have built a large number of religious buildings.
The core of this population originated during Muslim rule and was extended after the Christian conquest, who transformed the old fortress into a castle manor.
In Marchena abound Christian religious buildings for which Marchena was declared a Historic-Artistic compound.
Other recommended populations of Seville are Santiponce, Utrera, Carmona, Osuna, Alcala de Guadaira, Dos Hermanas, Estepa or Moron de la Frontera among others.