San Bernardo railway station

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San Bernardo
Location Av. Eduardo Dato, Nervión, Seville
Andalusia, Spain
Coordinates 37°22′43″N 5°58′46″W / 37.37861°N 5.97944°W / 37.37861; -5.97944Coordinates: 37°22′43″N 5°58′46″W / 37.37861°N 5.97944°W / 37.37861; -5.97944
Platforms 2 Metro: Island platform
Cercanías: Side platform, Metro: 65 m
Cercanías: 120 m long, with platform screen doors
Tracks 2
Connections Bus: 5, 22, 25, 26, 28, 29,
C1, C2, EA, M-121, M-122,
M-123, M-130, M-220
Structure type Underground
Depth 24 m
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone 1
Opened April 2, 2009

San Bernardo (English: Saint Bernard) is a railway interchange station of metro and suburban trains services of Seville, Andalusia. It is located at the intersection of the avenues of La Enramadilla and La Buhaira in the neighborhood of San Bernardo. San Bernardo is an underground station of line 1 of the metro and the lines C-1 and C-4 of the suburban trains (Spanish: Cercanías). The suburban station was opened to the public in 1992 while the metro station was inaugurated on April 2, 2009, and opened on April 15, 2011; it will[when?] also be a tram stop of the Metrocentro tram line.


Preceding station   Seville Metro   Following station
toward Ciudad Expo
line 1
Preceding station   Cercanías Sevilla   Following station
toward Lebrija
toward Benacazón
Preceding station   MetroCentro (Seville)   Following station
Prado de San Sebastián
toward Plaza Nueva
  Metro Centro.PNG   Terminus
Renfe services at this station
<< Toward < Preceding Line Following > Toward >>
Sevilla-Santa Justa Sevilla-Santa Justa MD A-1 Virgen del Rocío Cádiz
Sevilla-Santa Justa Sevilla-Santa Justa MD A-3 Dos Hermanas Málaga-M. Zambrano Almería

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