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Travelling to Granada by Train

The trains

Spain has a wide railway network, covering almost all the country. There are some types of trains, but the most used are talgo (fast train), and AVE (high speed train which can go over 300 Km/h).
At present, Granada is linked with the main cities by means of a standard line, so just fast trains arrive there. The talgo takes about 5 and a half hours from Madrid. Seville is 4 hours far.
But there is a big (more than 2.700 Km) high speed network (AVE) over Spain which is growing very fast too. This way, there are several sections under building, and one of them is the joining of Granada to Antequera, as can be seen in the figure.

It is expected that this railway will work in a few years. Currently, AVE train takes 2 hours in 500 Kms in average, so it will take around 3 hours to get from Madrid to Granada.

The company

The Spanish train company is RENFE (Red Nacional de Ferrocarriles de España).
Please, visit the web page for information and timetables.

      Information and booking (national): 902 24 02 02
      Information (international): 902 24 34 02
      Booking (international): 934 901 122

The station in Granada

The train station is located near the city centre (Avda. Andaluces, s/n, 18014, close to the Avda. de la Constitución).

The telephone is: 958 27 12 72

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