Madrid railwaystations, Spain


from Madrid by train to:

Malaga
in 2 h 50 min

Toledo
in 1 hour 15 min

Barcelona
in 3 hours

Seville
in 2 h15 min

Valencia

in 3 h 50 min



Lisbon
nighttrain


Paris
nighttrain

The travel times above are with high speed trains. Most of the trains in 2010 are these high speed trains, but a few times a day there is still a conventional train, which needs at least doubble as much travelling time to the cities above.

Madrid has three train stations:

Chamartín

Chamartín Station, near the northern tip of the Paseo Castellana, serves trains heading for points north, including Barcelona, France, San Sebastián, Burgos, León, Oviedo, La Coruña, Segovia, Salamanca, and Portugal.

Atocha

The Atocha Station, at the southern end of the Paseo del Prado, was renovated in honor of the inauguration of high-speed AVE train service in 1992, and serves points south and east, including Seville, Málaga, Córdoba, Valencia, Castellon, and Toledo.

Príncipe Pío (also known as "Norte")

The Príncipe Pío is used primarily as a terminal for local trains serving Madrid's western suburbs, including El Escorial.

Railways of Spain:  renfe.es

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