Sometimes it is possible to get cheaper solutions by having a look at limited offers or at fidelity programs made available on the companies' websites.
For short distances like between Valencia and Madrid, busses and carpooling are good alternatives to the train, thanks to their low costs. Also, busses have the advantage of getting to the smallest towns where the is no train station.
Which stations serve the rail line Valencia - Madrid?
The trains to Madrid leave Valencia from Valencia Joaquín Sorolla, Valencia Estació del Nord, Valencia Fuente San Luis - Hospital de la Fe, Valencia Sant Isidre, Valencia Estacio Nord or Valencia Joaquin Sorolla and arrive in Madrid Atocha, Madrid Nuevos Ministerios, Madrid Atocha-Cercanías, Madrid Chamartin, Madrid-Atocha Cercanias or Madrid-Puerta De Atocha.
Travelling by train to Madrid from Valencia: how many daily connections are there?
17 connections are available every day to travel from Valencia to Madrid by train. Please know that there are 15 routes which are direct lines versus only 2 routes which include at least one change. Consequently, we strongly recommend you to select a ticket for a direct line if you prefer not to change trains. Please notice that even if the trip is longer, a ticket with one change is sometimes much more efficient especially if there are too few connections and if you look for a ticket at the last moment.
How long do you need to get to Madrid by train?
The average duration of the journey is 5 hours and 3 minutes, but the fastest connections take you to Madrid in 1 hour and 41 minutes. The first train leaves from Valencia at 06:12, while the last one leaves at 14:05.