|Distance||194 miles (313 km)|
|Train frequency||7 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 7 direct trains a day|
|Train companies||Renfe AVE or Renfe|
Trains from Madrid to Villena cover the 194 miles (313 km) long trip with our travel partners like Renfe AVE or Renfe. Normally, there are 7 trains operating per day, including direct services available. Travelers depart most frequently from Madrid-Puerta de Atocha and arrive in Villena AV.
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Renfe is Spain’s national train company offering a multitude of domestic routes and international routes to France and Portugal. Renfe is known for its range of ticket types to fit anyone’s budget, such as the Basic, Elige and Premium tickets. Renfe also has discount cards for qualified travelers like the Renfe Gold Card and +Renfe Youth Card 50, which you can use on Omio. When you ride with Renfe, you can expect to find an impressive fleet of trains offering different levels of comfort, amenities and time needed to travel to your destination. These train types include Renfe AVE for high-speed long-distance routes, Alvia and Altaria for domestic routes in parts of Spain, Euromed for routes along the stunning Mediterranean coast, Avant commuter trains and Trenhotel night trains.
Please follow the recommendations outlined by Renfe when booking your train tickets between Madrid and Villena due to the coronavirus:
Latest generation trains offer a comfortable and fast way to travel from Madrid to Villena. Most of these connections are made at 310 kilometres per hour and last just over 2 hours. Throughout the journey, passengers can enjoy multiple on-board amenities and attractive entertainment options.
High-speed (AVE) and long-distance (Alvia) trains, both run by Renfe, cover this busy route daily. In addition to enjoying a high level of comfort and safety on board these Madrid Villena trains, passengers have the opportunity to travel free on local lines (both at origin and destination) by presenting their Alvia or AVE tickets at the box office.
The shortest journeys on Madrid Villena trains last 2 hours and 13 minutes and are carried out by the AVE fleet. The routes operated by Alvia have an approximate duration of 3 hours and 15 minutes. All the links of the Madrid Villena railway line are direct.
From Monday to Friday there are up to 7 connections between Madrid and Villena, including 5 on high-speed trains and 2 on Alvia trains. On weekends the number of daily links is reduced to 6 in total. Regardless of the type of train, during the journey intermediate stops are made in the cities of Cuenca and Albacete.
Atocha: is located in the centre of Madrid and houses an impressive tropical garden with more than 700 types of plants, waiting rooms with free wifi connection for 15 minutes, food shops and toilets adapted for people with reduced mobility. Line 1 of the metro connects the station with other urban areas, while trains C10 and C1 of Renfe Cercanías link the railway enclosure with the airport of Madrid-Barajas.
Villena High Speed Station: is located 6 kilometres from the city centre and has a tourism agency, waiting room, boarding area, restrooms, car rental agency and parking with 300 spaces. Currently, the only means of transport available to reach the urban area of Villena from the station is the taxi.
When departing from Madrid, you have various train station options to start your journey from including Madrid-Puerta de Atocha, Madrid Chamartín and Madrid Méndez Alvaro. When arriving in Villena, you can end your journey in train stations like Villena AV and Villena.
Omio customers book a train from Madrid-Puerta de Atocha to Villena AV most frequently for this route.
Passengers board the train most frequently from Madrid-Puerta de Atocha, which is located around 1 mile (s) / 1 km away from the city center, and they get off the train at Villena AV, located 3 mile (s) / 5 km away from the city center.
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