When it comes to short distances, bus and carpooling represent a good alternative to the train journey, especially if you are travelling with a limited budget.
Which stations are served by the trains travelling from Madrid to Valencia?
The trains to Valencia can leave from Madrid Nuevos Ministerios, Madrid Chamartin, Madrid Atocha-Cercanías, Madrid Atocha Cercanias, Madrid Puerta de Atocha, Madrid Atocha or Madrid Villaverde Bajo and arrive at Valencia Estació del Nord, Valencia-Estacio Del Nord, Valencia Joaquín Sorolla, Valencia Fuente San Luis - Hospital de la Fe, Valencia Sant Isidre, Valencia Cabanyal or Valencia San Isidre.
Travelling by train to Valencia from Madrid: how many daily connections are there?
If you need to travel to Valencia from Madrid please know that there are 48 train connections every day. Please know that there exist 46 direct lines versus 1 routes with at least one change. Therefore, considering choosing a ticket for a direct line seems to be the best option if your priority is to stay in the same train for the whole trip. Yet, choosing a trip including a change is sometimes more efficient although it is longer especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last minute.
How long do you need to get to Valencia by train?
On average, it takes 3 hours and 27 minutes to get to Valencia by train, but you will need 1 hour and 40 minutes with the fastest trains. The first one is available at 06:10, whereas the last one leaves Madrid at 21:12.