Spanish sunshine, cubed
|From Barcelona||05:45||AU$ 88|
|From Madrid||02:20||AU$ 47|
|From Seville||01:55||AU$ 64|
|From Cordoba||00:48||AU$ 18|
Getting around From Malaga, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Cordoba||01:05||AU$ 30|
|To Ronda||01:51||AU$ 21|
|To Seville||01:55||AU$ 64|
|To Madrid||02:50||AU$ 35|
|To Barcelona||05:47||AU$ 70|
While you're there
Malaga,the city of Picasso.
The capital of Spain’s Costa del Sol is a traditional Andalucian city where an exotic blend of Moorish citadels, Roman ruins and Renaissance landmarks sit side-by-side. Visit the Picasso museum, then join young party-goers enjoying the balmy summer nights at Málaga’s popular beach bars.
Enjoy a panoramic view onto Málaga from the top of the castle which was rebuilt by the Moors and is now a traditional parador.
Málaga owns one of the largest Muslim military building in Spain, "La Alcazaba" fort from the 11th century, which houses the archaeological museum. To discover the typically Andalousian architecture, reach the "Buenavista" Palace. In 2003, it became an extraordinary museum dedicated to Málaga’s world-known’s son, Pablo Picasso. Enjoy shopping in the "Calle Larios" and its smart shops, next to the picturesque Renaissance cathedral.
Let yourself be tempted by a tasting of "pescaito frito", a little fried fishes assortment, with a glass of "fino".
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Malaga can be found.
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- "MALAGA TO MADRID" Wendy k. 11/11/2015
Excellent service and staff Like first class air travel! Would recommend it The AVE trains are excellent. Much more convenient than flying between Malaga and Madrid.
- "Excellent" . 03/11/2015
Very comfortable trip, excellent service and very clean. Definitely value for money. Very convenient as a group of five to travel by train to Madrid with ease.
- "Fast, comfortable, direct" John m. 19/10/2015
Direct into the centre of Madrid - with easy access to the Madrid metro system for transfer to our hotel.
- "An excellent experience" Chris f. 13/10/2015
We really enjoyed our experience on your train during our journey between Malaga and Madrid and would recommend your service to all travellers. We will be sure to use your service on our next visit to Spain. 5 stars
- "Safe, smooth and uncomplicated" Jacqueline p. 20/09/2015
I have been very surprised but very happy with the punctuality, comfort and speed with which Spanish trains operate. The only difficulty I have had is when my allocated seats have faced in the opposite direction to travel, as I suffer from travel sickness and this causes me a problem. Unfortunately, there doesn't seem to be a way to request forward facing when booking. Otherwise I have been very impressed with the service. P.s. The " value for money stars" would not work. It would be 4*
- "Easy and very comfortable" Alexander s. 12/08/2015
The journey by train was very comfortable and relaxing
- "Very smooth" Joanne a. 15/06/2015
I have travelled the train system 3 times on my trip and they were all perfect. Seats were comfortable,they have movies with different languages,and luggage was easily placed. Would happily travel it again
- "Enjoyable journey" Patricia b. 18/05/2015
It was an enjoyable journey. The train was clean, comfortable and the journey, smooth. It left on time from Malaga and arrived in Madrid on time as well. I would highly recommend travelling on this train.
- "Post Cruise Train Trip" Robert h. 03/11/2014
We finished a 14 day Mediterranean Cruise at Malaga we had booked the train for our next journey to Madrid.It was a quick and comfortable trip with a short taxi ride to our hotel.
- "Great trip across the Spain" Peter v. 03/11/2014
The train trip was very enjoyable, comfortable and on time. The staff were also very friendly. The only issue we had was that during the booking and printing of the tickets, the RENFE website was quite unstable requiring frequent attempts at each step. It was a relief that the e-tickets worked correctly.
- "Malaga Train" John h. 01/11/2014
The train was fine.Left on time got in on time. The only issue was I asked for first class tickets,which I always buy,but found out on the train they were actually Tourist Plus
- "great train journey" Norma b. 18/10/2014
loved every minute of the trip
- "Renfe - Malaga to Madrid" Alan b. 06/10/2014
Trains were very clean and comfortable, and the entire process from check-in to arrival in Madrid was faultless. The ride was quite smooth, even when cruising at 300kmph, and we were able to enjoy the Spanish countryside as we relaxed in the spacious coach. Train departed and arrived on schedule, and we didn't have a long taxi ride to our Madrid accommodation. A great alternative to flying.
- "Great way to travel" Gloria a. 10/09/2014
Reliable, very comfortable
- "Clean and comfortable" Helen k. 08/09/2014
From the beginning it is clear that the rail infrastructure on the Malaga to Sevilla line has had major investment. The Malaga station itself is clean with all amenities including an adjacent small shopping area (number of large chain brands such as Zara,H