I bought a 3 day Spain Renfe pass, tourist class. I traveled from Madrid to Algeciras on the first day and from Algeciras to Barcelona on day 2 and from Barcelona back to Madrid on day 3. The 3 days of travel in one month met my needs for this trip. I traveled from Madrid to Toledo but it was... 更多
The public transport is absolutely Fantastic in Spain it is a well drooled operation and runs to the minute we have yet been late leaving either by train or bus . The fairs are very reasonable indeed compared to the U.K. . Inside the station is a shopping complex and places to get that quick coffee fix and cossiont .... 更多
RENFE helped us getting from Ronda to Malaga, a very nice journey. Also a good option for the airport. We experienced the trains to be punctual, reliable and service friendly. Easy to get tickets and so on.
Good longer-distance service on the few occasions used and the local service was very good and inexpensive. Bags scanned. Sale of tickets in advance is a plus although on-line it was found to be difficult. Trains were punctual,fast and clean.
Many years ago my father, mother and I drove from Madrid to Malaga - it took us two days! Our trip from Madrid to Malaga took 2 hours and 40 minutes! We had spent two nights in Madrid arriving from Miami and our train left from Atocha Station which is easy to navigate our ay through to the platforms for... 更多
We booked our train tickets through RailEurope and payed a service fee of $7.95 but got a fabulous price on the tickets because we booked early. If you can, book first class which we did from Madrid to Barcelona. The day that we traveled, we got a delicious pasta dish, salad and cake. They also give you plenty to drink.... 更多
The Renfe high speed train system is as good as any of the European trains. They travel at 300 kph (180 mph) so it is much faster than driving. Pay the extra for first class; seating is two seats on one side and one on the other with lots of space, electrical outlets and a big table. The service is... 更多