Sevilla-Santa Justa or simply Santa Justa is the main railway station of the Spanish city of Seville . It was inaugurated on May 2, 1991 after works that began in 1987.1 Its opening involved the closing of the historic stations of Plaza de Armas and San Bernardo. It is the third station in Spain, after the Madrid -Atocha and Barcelona Sants with a passenger volume close to 13 million annually of which about 7 million correspond to commuter traffic.
Its long and medium distance routes, using both the conventional network and the high-speed network connect Seville with national destinations, especially Madrid, Barcelona and the rest of Andalusia, since June 2012 it has destinations with direct trains to Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla. It concentrates the greater commuter traffic of the city when all the lines of the network converge in it.