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Renfe: The Spanish state railway Renfe was created in 1941 to run the nation's rail network when it was nationalised. Renfe operates a wide variety of services ranging from regional rural lines and commuter links to the modern, high-speed AVE intercity trains. Renfe routes cover around 15,000 kilometres of railway. Renfe trains also travel from Spain into France in cooperation with France's national train company, SNCF. Book the cheapest Spanish train tickets with Omio today.
Renfe has a multitude of ticket types to choose from, as well as discount cards and special offers. And since we at Omio are determined to make your life easier, we have summarised them for you below:
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Renfe is the one who's changed his plans? What a chore! But don't worry, if you suffer a delay or cancellation, it is possible to receive compensation. Contact our customer service or Renfe to make sure.
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Thanks to the number of routes that Renfe offers in Spain, in Omio you can book train tickets to go practically anywhere you want. Did you know that the AVE Madrid Barcelona train route is the most used in the world?
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Renfe has major hubs in Madrid and Barcelona, rail services to all the regions of Spain and international routes to France and Portugal. Spain has invested substantially in developing its high-speed AVE services. These lines now connect Madrid with Barcelona, Malaga, Seville, Alicante, Zaragoza, Valladolid, Santiago De Compostela, La Coruna and points in-between, significantly reducing the times of long-distance train journeys across much of Spain.
Renfe operates different types of trains depending on the route. Renfe offers: Suburban trains, which usually operate within a single province; Middle-Distance trains, which travel within an autonomous region and adjacent communities; and Long-Distance trains, which travel from one end of Spain to the other. Long-Distance Renfe trains feature numerous services including meals, refreshments, newspapers and movies.
Renfe's fleet of trains include:
On Renfe trains you can take 3 packages (suitcases, handbags, backpacks, briefcases and similar) that do not exceed between three 25 kg. The largest package should have a maximum size of 85 x 55 x 35 cm (height-width-depth).
We understand, we also love pets! On Renfe trains, a maximum of one animal (dog, cat, bird not belonging to a pen or ferret) per passenger whose maximum weight does not exceed 10 kg is allowed. They should always be placed in a closed container measuring 60x35x35 cm.
On Omio, you can book a wide range of train tickets with Renfe.
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