If the train timetable doesn't fit in your schedule or budget, bus and carpooling can provide you some time and price alternatives, without substantially changing the duration of the journey.
In which stations can you take the train to Madrid and where will you arrive?
The trains to Madrid can leave from Porto - Campanha or Porto - Sao Bento and arrive at Lisboa - Oriente.
Travelling by train to Madrid from Porto: how many daily connections are there?
If you desire to go to Madrid from Porto by train, 36 daily connections are available. Please note that 19 routes are direct lines whereas 17 routes include one change or more. Thus, if you do not want to change trains, it is highly advocated to choose an offer with a direct route. Nevertheless, selecting a ticket with an indirect line could be more efficient if you want to reach Madrid at the last minute especially if there are too few connections even though the trip is longer.
When are the frist and last trains from Porto to Madrid scheduled?
While the first train to Madrid leaves at 00:05, the last one is scheduled for 19:05. The average duration of the journey is of 3 hours and 27 minutes, but the fastest trains can get you to Madrid in 2 hours.