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iryo
07:452h25
Madrid Chamartín
10:10Alicante-Terminal
39 1One-way
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Renfe AVLO
06:152h33
Madrid Chamartín
08:48Alicante-Terminal
44 1One-way
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iryo
15:452h25
Madrid Chamartín
18:10Alicante-Terminal
52 1One-way
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How to Get to Alicante by Train:

Passengers wishing to travel from London to Alicante by train will need to make the journey in stages. A Eurostar train leaves from London St. Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord several times a day. From here passengers will need to cross Paris by metro or taxi to the Gare du Lyon. The double-decker TGV Duplex train makes the next stage to Barcelona. The train from London to Paris takes approximately 2.5 hours, followed by a 6.5 hour journey down to Barcelona. Travellers will then need to spend a night in the city before continuing their journey on the EuroMed train which leaving at 7:00 a.m. and arriving in Alicante approximately 5 hours later.

Alicante:

A good way to get a taste of Alicante's past as well as a panoramic view of the city and harbour is to visit the Castle of Santa Barbara on the top of Mount Benacantil. Walk the narrow, winding streets up to the castle, or take the elevator built into the mountain. The castle is one of the largest in Spain and rivals the Alhambra in Granada as an example of Moorish architecture. After viewing the castle, visitors can explore the old town of Alicante laid out at the foot of the mountain.

Popular trains to and from Alicante

Popular trains to Alicante

Valencia to Alicante train

from £8
Direct trains available
2h07 average duration
Served by
  • Renfe Euromed
  • Renfe
  • Renfe MD
  • Renfe EUROMED
  • Renfe Intercity
  • Renfe REGIONAL EXPRESS
  • Renfe INTERCITY
  • SNCF OUIGO

Madrid to Alicante train

from £13
Direct trains available
2h22 average duration
2trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe AVE
  • SNCF OUIGO
  • Renfe AVLO
  • Renfe Alvia
  • Renfe ALVIA
  • Renfe
  • iryo

Barcelona to Alicante train

from £35
Direct trains available
5h17 average duration
Served by
  • Renfe Euromed
  • Renfe
  • Renfe Intercity
  • Renfe EUROMED
  • Renfe INTERCITY
  • SNCF OUIGO

Seville to Alicante train

from £89
Direct trains available
5h39 average duration
3trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe
  • Renfe TORRE DEL ORO
  • Renfe AVE
  • iryo
  • Renfe ALVIA
  • Renfe Alvia
  • Renfe MD
  • Renfe AVLO
  • Renfe Intercity

Málaga to Alicante train

from £93
Direct trains available
6h33 average duration
2trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe AVE
  • iryo
  • Renfe AVLO
  • Renfe
  • Renfe MD
  • Renfe ALVIA
  • Renfe Alvia

Popular trains from Alicante

Alicante to Albacete train

from £6
Direct trains available
0h47 average duration
6trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe AVE
  • SNCF OUIGO
  • Renfe MD
  • Renfe
  • Renfe Alvia
  • Renfe ALVIA
  • Renfe AVLO
  • iryo

Alicante to Madrid train

from £6
Direct trains available
2h23 average duration
7trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe AVE
  • SNCF OUIGO
  • Renfe AVLO
  • Renfe Alvia
  • iryo
  • Renfe
  • Renfe ALVIA

Alicante to Valencia train

from £8
Direct trains available
1h55 average duration
2trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe Euromed
  • Renfe
  • Renfe EUROMED
  • Renfe Intercity
  • Renfe MD
  • Renfe INTERCITY
  • Renfe REGIONAL
  • Renfe REGIONAL EXPRESS
  • SNCF OUIGO
  • Renfe AVE

Alicante to Murcia train

from £8
Direct trains available
0h52 average duration
6trains per day
Served by
  • Renfe
  • Renfe AVANT
  • Renfe MD
  • Renfe Intercity
  • Renfe AVE
  • Renfe INTERCITY
  • Renfe AVLO

Alicante to Barcelona train

from £34
Direct trains available
5h14 average duration
Served by
  • Renfe Euromed
  • Renfe
  • Renfe Intercity
  • Renfe EUROMED
  • Renfe INTERCITY
  • SNCF OUIGO
  • Renfe AVE
  • Renfe ALVIA
  • Renfe AVLO
  • Renfe Alvia
  • Renfe AVE INT

How to Get to Alicante by Train:

Passengers wishing to travel from London to Alicante by train will need to make the journey in stages. A Eurostar train leaves from London St. Pancras to Paris Gare du Nord several times a day. From here passengers will need to cross Paris by metro or taxi to the Gare du Lyon. The double-decker TGV Duplex train makes the next stage to Barcelona. The train from London to Paris takes approximately 2.5 hours, followed by a 6.5 hour journey down to Barcelona. Travellers will then need to spend a night in the city before continuing their journey on the EuroMed train which leaving at 7:00 a.m. and arriving in Alicante approximately 5 hours later.

Alicante:

A good way to get a taste of Alicante's past as well as a panoramic view of the city and harbour is to visit the Castle of Santa Barbara on the top of Mount Benacantil. Walk the narrow, winding streets up to the castle, or take the elevator built into the mountain. The castle is one of the largest in Spain and rivals the Alhambra in Granada as an example of Moorish architecture. After viewing the castle, visitors can explore the old town of Alicante laid out at the foot of the mountain.

Train providers: AVE, Ouigo and Euromed trains to Alicante

Travel to Alicante on AVE, Ouigo and Euromed trains with Omio. When comparing timetables and tickets, we will also show you other options with multiple connections or other travel modes if they’re available.

Renfe is a Spanish train company that operates throughout the country including trains to Alicante. It offers a wide range of services, including high-speed AVE trains, regional trains, and night trains. The AVE trains are the fastest and most comfortable way to travel, with speeds of up to 300 km/h. Regional trains are slower but offer more stops and are ideal for shorter trips. Night trains are a great way to save money and time, as they allow you to travel overnight and arrive at your destination in the morning. Renfe offers several types of tickets, including single tickets, return tickets, and season tickets. Onboard facilities include comfortable seating, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and power outlets. The most popular routes for Renfe are Madrid-Barcelona, Madrid-Seville, and Madrid-Valencia. These routes offer travelers the chance to explore some of Spain's most beautiful cities in comfort and style.

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