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Trains to Madrid

Trains in Spain are an effective way to travel between cities, with Renfe offering domestic and international train routes. Trains to Madrid arrive at one of two stations, Chamartin or Puerto de Atocha. Atocha, located to the South of the city center, is the arrival point for intercity and regional trains to Madrid from the South, and AVE high-speed trains from Barcelona, Seville, Malaga, Valencia and Zaragoza, as well the international train to Paris. Puerta de Atocha is a tourist attraction in its own right, with an impressive interior plaza containing a tropical garden. Chamartin is located in the North of the city and serves the Renfe rail network that connects Madrid to the North-West of Spain. It is also the final destination of AVE high-speed trains from Segovia and Valladolid, the inter-city train from Lisbon and is on the local Cercania commuter route, connecting it to Vodafone Sol Metro Station and Atocha. Both stations have efficient Metro and bus links with the rest of Madrid, as well as having car rental desks and taxi ranks.

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Madrid is Spain's capital and largest city, located almost at the exact geographical center of the Iberian Peninsula. Although not an ancient city, Madrid has a large artistic and cultural heritage, as well as excellent shopping and dining, and a vibrant nightlife. The central focal point of Madrid, where everybody meets their friends, is Puerto de Sol. From here streets that are a mix of wide boulevards and narrow, winding roads radiate out across the city. Plaza Mayor is one of the oldest parts of Madrid and was the home of the Spanish Inquisition. This large cobbled square has a canopied surround full of shops, restaurants and bars. Other Madrid attractions include the Royal Palace, as well as the Prado, Thyssen-Bornemisza and Reina Sofia art galleries and museums.


Important Stations and Airports for this Journey
TrainMadrid Chamartín


TrainMadrid Puerta De Atocha



Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the train station and what is the best way to get there?
This station is not located in the city centre but it can be reached by public transport.
Metro lines 1
Bus lines 47, 55, 19, 85, 10, 24, 57, 102, C

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