|Distance||783 miles (1263 km)|
|Train frequency||1 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there is 1 direct train a day|
Trains from London to Madrid cover the 783 miles (1263 km) long trip taking on average 18 h 11 min with our travel partners like. Normally, there is 1 train operating per day, including direct services available. Travelers depart most frequently from London Victoria and arrive in Madrid-Puerta de Atocha.
Being clean, fast and modern, trains from London to Madrid are one of the most popular choices for both visitors and locals. With cheap trains from London to Madrid completing the 786 miles from London to Madrid is easy. There are six trains leaving London for Madrid every day. Passengers planning travel in advance can benefit from discounted ticket rates.
London’s train network comprises of various rail operating companies. Some of the most famous rail operators servicing the London to Madrid journey includes ALSA, Eurolines France, Ouibus, Eurostar, Virgin train operators, and many others.
On average, the journey time from London to Madrid by train is 18 hours 43 minutes, but it may vary and take longer on weekends and holidays. However, high-speed train services along this route are associated with the shortest journey time of 14 hours. If passengers opt to take a slower connecting train, the trip will take a little longer. But it gives travelers the chance to view some of the attractive countryside and can cut costs for budget conscious travelers.
The London to Madrid route usually has six trains every day. Although time and services may vary during holidays and weekends, the first train leaves London for Madrid at around 5: 40 a.m. while the last train leaves not long after 8:00 p.m. Another important note for the travelers is that traveling from London to Madrid route by train comes with a minimum of two changes, there are no direct trains services along this route.
Departure train station: Passengers hoping for cheap trains from London to Madrid will begin their journey at London St. Pancras International. Found on the northern edge of the city center, St. Pancras has great links to London Underground services, a designated taxi rank outside the station as well as frequent buses that connect the station to the rest of the city. Facilities at the station are extensive, with high-end boutique stores, supermarkets and restaurant options, including a champagne bar.
Arrival train station: Most trains along this route arrive at the Madrid Atocha station. It's located in the south-eastern of Madrid. Metro services and Cercanias local trains provide connections around the city. More so, taxis are available just at the station exits.
Travel between London, United Kingdom and Madrid, Spain by train is: Partially open.
International entry status: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of United Kingdom
Conditions of entry:
All travelers in Spain must observe these coronavirus safety measures:
The information above was last checked on 9/17/21. Remember to review the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train from London to Madrid as this information can change.
The restriction level for your return train to London, United Kingdom from Madrid is: Partially open.
International entry is allowed for: Entry is partially open for citizens and permanent residents of Spain
Conditions of reentry:
The government of United Kingdom has imposed these measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19:
Last checked on 9/16/21. Remember to check the latest COVID-19 travel safety regulations for your train to London from Madrid closer to your date of departure here here.
Some of the London train stations to Madrid you can start your journey from include London Victoria, London Euston and London Kings Cross. Similarly, some of the arrival train stations in Madrid include Madrid-Puerta de Atocha, Madrid Chamartín and Madrid Méndez Alvaro.
When traveling this route, Omio customers are departing most frequently from London Victoria and arriving in Madrid-Puerta de Atocha.
Passengers board their train most frequently from London Victoria and travel around 1 mile (s) / 1 km from the city center to this train station.
Passengers traveling this route most often arrive at Madrid-Puerta de Atocha and need to travel approximately 1 mile (s) / 1 km from the train station to the city center in Madrid.
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