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5 Mar — 12 Mar1
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Renfe
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2h 28m
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2h 28m
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2h 04m
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2h 04m
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2h 28m
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2h 34m
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Madrid train information

Find information about ticket prices, popular stations, and train companies that offer trains to Madrid

RETURN FROM

£16

ONE-WAY FROM

£8

POPULAR STATION

Madrid Atocha

POPULAR TRAIN COMPANY

Renfe
The cheapest return train ticket to Madrid is from Valencia, starting at £16. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
The cheapest one-way train ticket to Madrid is from Alicante, starting at £8. This price was found within the last 72 hours.
Madrid Atocha is one of the most popular stations in Madrid
Renfe, iryo, and SNCF also service this route

Madrid Train Station Directory

Location of major train stations in Madrid
Madrid RecoletosMadrid, 40.423361, -3.691
Madrid Nuevos MinisteriosMadrid, 40.44663, -3.692584
Madrid Talavera de la ReinaMadrid, 39.97072, -4.826672
Madrid Alcalá de HenaresMadrid, 40.48917, -3.366271
Madrid Príncipe PíoMadrid, 40.421516, -3.718968
Madrid Segovia Central StationMadrid, 40.934174, -4.113644

Book return train tickets to Madrid

Below are the quickest and cheapest return train tickets to Madrid that we could find in the past 72 hours. You can also search by a specific date by using the search form above.
Renfe
21 Nov
06:35Barcelona Sants
2h 45m
09:20Madrid Atocha
24 Nov
06:15Madrid Atocha
2h 30m
08:45Barcelona Sants
Renfe
14 Oct
21:04Alicante
2h 34m
23:38Madrid Chamartín
16 Oct
17:00Madrid Chamartín
2h 34m
19:34Alicante
Renfe
15 Apr
21:10Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 04m
23:14Madrid Chamartín
19 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
10 Mar
07:24Alicante
2h 28m
09:52Madrid Chamartín
14 Mar
06:15Madrid Chamartín
2h 33m
08:48Alicante
Renfe
10 Apr
21:10Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 04m
23:14Madrid Chamartín
11 Apr
06:30Madrid Chamartín
2h 01m
08:31Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
Renfe
7 Mar
21:04Alicante
2h 34m
23:38Madrid Chamartín
14 Mar
06:15Madrid Chamartín
2h 33m
08:48Alicante

Book one-way train tickets to Madrid

Below are the fastest and cheapest one-way train tickets to Madrid found on momondo in the last 72 hours. Select a deal below or use the search form above to find available train tickets by date.
Renfe
10 Mar
07:24Alicante Estación de Autobuses
2h 28m
09:52Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
10 Mar
07:24Alicante
2h 28m
09:52Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
15 Apr
21:10Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 04m
23:14Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
14 Mar
21:10Valencia Joaquín Sorolla
2h 04m
23:14Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
10 Mar
07:24Alicante
2h 28m
09:52Madrid Chamartín
Renfe
29 Apr
21:04Alicante
2h 34m
23:38Madrid Chamartín

FAQs for booking trains to Madrid

How to get to the centre of Madrid from Atocha Train Station?

Atocha Train Station is located right in the centre of Madrid and is perfectly situated for anyone visiting on a day trip and wanting to tour the city. Although there are numerous other train stations in the city, if you're getting a train to Madrid, Atocha will likely be your destination. As the biggest and busiest station in the Spanish capital, you can easily reach many other cities such as Barcelona and Valencia. Within walking distance, you can find the beautiful Retiro Park and the city's Botanical Gardens, and if you're into art and culture, the museum district is right around the corner. You can reach the Reina Sofia Museum and Prado Museum easily on foot, and the walk to Puerta del Sol right in the centre is only a few minutes more. Getting around the city on Madrid trains is also very cheap and simple, with the Madrid Metro (line 1) and Cercania Train services easy to navigate. Alternatively, you will find bicycle stations dotted around the city, where you can register and rent electric bikes for reasonable rates. Great for a day of touring the city in the sunshine.

Can you leave luggage at train stations in Madrid?

When searching for cheap train tickets to Madrid, it's important to know whether there are any luggage storage facilities at train stations throughout the city. Visitors arriving on Madrid trains often need to store their belongings at Atocha Train Station, as due to its location there are many places to visit nearby. Storage here is therefore perfect for anyone visiting on a day trip. Once your train to Madrid arrives at Atocha station, you'll find luggage storage under the name 'Consignas', and you can store small, medium, and large-sized bags for different daily rates, all of which are relatively cheap. You can find the storage location on the ground floor, and other stations have similar facilities available. You can find detailed floor plans of each station on the Renfe and Adif websites.

What services are available at the popular stations in Madrid?

If you travel by rail to Madrid, you'll be pleased to see that major stations like Atocha, Chamartin, Sol, Principe Pio and Moncloa all have a range of restaurants, retail shops, and newsstands to ensure that you can purchase anything you require for your trip and more. Atocha Station has an array of services if you want to grab a quick bite to eat, get some snacks for the train or even rent a car. When booking your train tickets to Madrid, you may be wondering about staff assistance upon arrival, so it's good to know that there are various information points in most stations. Furthermore, mobility assistance is available at Atendo, the free passenger assistance service at Atocha Station; there are two desks available, one each on the ground and second floors.

Do I need identification to travel to Madrid by train?

When travelling by train to Madrid, you must have a valid form of government-issued identification along with your train ticket. This can be a national ID card, your driving licence, or your passport. It is advised to always carry a form of identification while on Madrid trains, as you may be asked to prove your identity by transport authorities, especially if there is an incident. It's also worth noting that a photograph of your passport is often not accepted; make sure you are able to show the original.

How much is a train ticket to Madrid Barajas?

If you’re leaving from Barcelona the lowest ticket price is usually about £17, from Alicante it’s about £12, and from Valencia it’s around £16.

What is the main train station in Madrid Barajas?

The main station in Madrid Barajas is Madrid Atocha. At Madrid Atocha, you can find a number of trains offering service to other major cities. Major cities accessible by Madrid Atocha are Barcelona, Alicante, and Valencia.

What train companies go to Madrid Barajas?

Renfe, iryo, and SNCF are some of the top choices made by momondo users travelling to Madrid Barajas.

How far in advance should I book a train to Madrid Barajas?

For £8 one-way on average, you can catch a train ride to Madrid Barajas. The price of a train ticket to Madrid Barajas remains generally consistent for the next 3 months. As seats fill up quickly, we recommend booking when you can so your trip is secured.

How far is the centre of Madrid Barajas from Madrid Atocha, Madrid Chamartín and Madrid Méndez Álvaro stations?

8.3 mi separate Madrid Atocha station (the city’s most popular train station) from the centre of Madrid Barajas. 6.0 mi separate Madrid Chamartín station (the second most popular station) from the centre of Madrid Barajas. 8.4 mi separate Madrid Méndez Álvaro station (the third most popular station) from the centre of Madrid Barajas.

How far is Madrid Atocha from Estado Santiago Bernabéu, Arena - Palacio Vistalegre and Puerta del Sol?

To get to Madrid Barajas's popular Estado Santiago Bernabéu, Arena - Palacio Vistalegre, or Puerta del Sol from Madrid Atocha, it is 3.2 mi, 3.0 mi, or 1.0 mi, respectively.


Popular train routes to Madrid

Most frequently searched train routes to Madrid, along with the cheapest price and shortest travel time.
Trains to Madrid from Barcelona
Fastest travel time2h 30m
Cheapest price£17
Trains to Madrid from Alicante
Fastest travel time2h 20m
Cheapest price£12
Trains to Madrid from Valencia
Fastest travel time1h 50m
Cheapest price£16
Trains to Madrid from Málaga
Fastest travel time2h 55m
Cheapest price£30
Trains to Madrid from Seville
Fastest travel time3h 06m
Cheapest price£159
Trains to Madrid from Marseille
Fastest travel time7h 43m
Cheapest price£247

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