|Trains depart from:||London|
|Trains arrive in:||Madrid|
Taking trains from London to Madrid involves a journey of 14 hours or more using Eurostar, French TGV services and the Spanish AVE high-speed network. Hourly Eurostar departures from London begin at 5:40 a.m. offering connections with the TGV from Paris Gare de Lyon to Barcelona. TGV trains depart three times daily and take six and a half hours to reach Spain. From Barcelona there are regular AVE trains making the two and a half hour connection to Madrid.
Departure Station: London St. Pancras International Eurostar services depart from London St. Pancras, on the northern edge of the city centre. There are underground connections around the city and local buses stop nearby on Euston Road and Pancras Road. Taxis are available from a rank on Midland Road, near Eurostar arrivals.
Arrival Station: Madrid Atocha AVE trains arrive at Madrid Atocha station on the south-eastern side of the city centre. Cercanias local trains and Metro services on line 8 offer connections around Madrid. Taxis are available near the station exits.