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|Train Ticket Price:||$15|
|Trains depart from:||Madrid|
|Trains arrive in:||Segovia|
Segovia is one of the most important historical sites in Spain and has even been declared a World Heritage Site. Approximately 26 trains make the journey from the capital of Spain to Segovia during the week, with the average number of departures dropping to around 17 at the weekend. All services are direct and journeys take between 27 and 30 minutes to arrive at their destination.
All connections operating between Madrid and Segovia are provided by Renfe. One of the biggest train service providers in the country, Renfe offers a number of inter-city connections and long-distance routes around Spain.
All trains from Madrid to Segovia take an express route with no changeovers involved. There is very little variation in journey time with the very fastest arriving in 27 minutes and longest taking a little over 30 minutes.
There is an average of 26 train services operating Monday to Friday, with somewhere between 15 and 17 departures on weekend dates. Consequently, passengers can choose between 1 and 2 journeys departing every hour. On weekdays, the first service leaves the station at 07:15 a.m., while the very latest will depart at 9:30 p.m.
Departure train station: All rail connections from Madrid to Segovia depart from the primary train station of the city, Madrid Chamartín. This station is located in the north of the city. Passengers can make their way there via metro and will arrive in a metro station located inside the train station itself. Lines 1 and 10 connect to this stop. Services at the station include paid parking, a shopping area, restaurants, and luggage lockers.
Arrival train station: All train journeys from Madrid will terminate in Segovia Guiomar station. There are multiple bus services heading from the station to the city center at regular intervals every hour. Each bus trip takes around 20 minutes, and the station is located just under 4 miles from the city center.