At a glance
Spain has a large and growing rail network, with local, scenic trains on coastal and regional lines, plus high-speed AVE services between major cities. You can buy Spanish train tickets on Loco2 via our connection to Spain's national rail operator, Renfe.
- Easy-to-use alternative to Renfe - book all Spanish train tickets at the same price as booking direct.
- Print-at-home tickets available for every train, with plain English explanations and your ticket translated.
- International trains to Portugal and France, including the double-decker Duplex trains between Paris and Barcelona
- Cheap 'Promo' tickets offer up to 70% off train travel within Spain. Find more cheap Spanish train tickets, special offers and discounts.
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Spain rail map
It is now easier than ever before to travel by train to Spain - whether from England, France or elsewhere in western and central Europe. New high-speed services from Paris started in late 2013, and Barcelona now has direct daytime trains from a dozen French cities. Madrid also has direct trains from a growing number of cities in France.
With such good connections, it is easy to plan same-day connections from London to Barcelona and beyond. Loco2 has all the information you need to plan your journey. You can book your rail travel to and from Spain here on Loco2, and we can also handle bookings for journeys around the country.
Rail travellers in Spain benefit from a growing network of dedicated high-speed lines, extremely modern trains and some lovely stations. Reservations are required for almost all long-distance services and even for many regional routes, so you'll need to book in advance. The 'hop on and ride' culture barely exists on Spanish trains. The number of tickets on sale is limited to the number of seats on the train. At main stations you need to check in and be ready to board the train a few minutes before the advertised departure time. Bear in mind that at many stations your luggage will go through a simple security scan, so allow plenty of time. This may all sound a hassle, but actually it gives a special ambiance to rail travel in Spain. It is civilised, stylish and relaxed.