How to travel by train in spain

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In addition, we have different options from the absolute exclusivity of a luxury trip on the Transcantábrico or the Al-Andalus to the suburban trains, perfect for seeing nearby sights without the need to rent a car.

With porters on the high-speed and regional trains, they are an excellent option for travel. From the stations we can take a private chauffeur-driven vehicle or we can be picked up by a guide and start directly with our visit.

The Transcantábrico runs, as its name suggests, along the Cantabrian coast. Within it we can travel through the four autonomous communities that make up this region: Asturias, Galicia, Cantabria and the Basque Country.

If instead of the north we want to travel through Andalusia, the Al-Andalus train is the best option. These are the same luxury trains used by the English royal family in their travels along the French Riviera.

With Madrid as a connecting point we can travel between one and two hours to places like Seville, Barcelona, Malaga, Granada, Zaragoza, Huesca, Cordoba, Leon, Valladolid, Valencia, Alicante, Girona and other intermediate cities.

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The strategic location of the train stations means that you don’t waste time or money before starting your trip. The High Speed trains take you directly to the center of the cities.  In addition, several frequencies a day connect the various destinations, making France more accessible than ever.

The train is not only a means of transportation, it is the beginning of your trip, of your vacation. During the journey you can relax, enjoy the scenery, stretch your legs or read a good book. It is a time of leisure and pleasure that you can dedicate to what you like the most.

Free wifi service on board for all international customers. Access to a wide variety of content to make your train journey even more enjoyable. See all the information about this service as well as the available content.

The comfortable and spacious seats are equipped with electrical outlets for the use of different devices, you also have a table in each seat so you can have your own space during the trip.

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Do you feel the heat? Do you feel like going to the beach? With Renfe you have it easy. If you get on the train at Madrid-Atocha station you will be seeing the Mediterranean Sea in Valencia in 1h 49 min, or enjoying a good fish in Malaga in 2h 33min.

The Madrid-Barcelona train connects Atocha and Sants stations in the blink of an eye. Thanks to the AVE, traveling by train between the two cities has become the preferred form of transportation for many.Córdoba-SevillaTravel time: 44min.

Very close to the Paseo del Prado are the Puerta de Atocha train station and the Retiro Park, the lungs of the capital. Inaugurated in 1868, it has several neoclassical buildings and a pond where you can rent rowboats.

The old Jewish quarter and now the most emblematic district of the city, Santa Justa, is easy to reach on foot from the Santa train station. Through its narrow, winding streets, one reaches the famous Giralda, the bell tower of the Cathedral of Santa Maria de la Sede and icon of the city. The Alcazares, mentioned above, are made up of gardens and walled palaces that mix various architectural styles – Gothic, Mudejar, Renaissance and Baroque.

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