Valencia to Madrid by Train

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Cheap train tickets from Valencia to Madrid

Showing times and prices for 17 Jul

Cheapest

The best way to find a cheap train ticket from Valencia to Madrid is to book your journey as far in advance as possible and to avoid travelling at rush hour.

Cheapest
iryo
21:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
23:53Madrid Chamartín
£251One-way
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2nd Cheapest
iryo
09:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
11:53Madrid Chamartín
£251One-way
0 changes
Renfe AVE
16:362h02
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
18:38Madrid Chamartín
£271One-way
0 changes
iryo
06:532h00
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
08:53Madrid Chamartín
£291One-way
0 changes
SNCF OUIGO
16:512h02
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
18:53Madrid Chamartín
£291One-way
0 changes

Train timetableValencia to Madrid

Showing trains for tomorrow, Wednesday, 17 July
Renfe AVE
06:272h11
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
08:38Madrid Chamartín
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iryo
06:532h00
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
08:53Madrid Chamartín
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Renfe AVE
06:572h11
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
09:08Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
0 changes
SNCF OUIGO
07:271h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
09:23Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
07:421h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
09:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
08:421h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
10:38Madrid Chamartín
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Renfe AVLO
09:322h06
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
11:38Madrid Chamartín
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iryo
09:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
11:53Madrid Chamartín
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SNCF OUIGO
10:271h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
12:23Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
10:322h06
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
12:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
12:362h02
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
14:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVLO
13:312h07
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
15:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
iryo
13:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
15:53Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
15:092h09
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
17:18Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes
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Renfe AVLO
15:322h06
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
17:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
16:362h02
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
18:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
SNCF OUIGO
16:512h02
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
18:53Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
17:421h55
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
19:37Madrid Chamartín
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iryo
17:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
19:53Madrid Chamartín
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Renfe AVE
18:312h07
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
20:38Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVE
19:451h53
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
21:38Madrid Chamartín
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Renfe INTERCITY
20:212h22
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
22:43Madrid Chamartín
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SNCF OUIGO
20:271h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
22:23Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
Renfe AVLO
21:122h06
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
23:18Madrid Chamartín
0 changes
iryo
21:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
23:53Madrid Chamartín
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Train times from Valencia to Madrid

Showing times and prices for 17 Jul

Fastest Journey

1 h 53 m

Average

2 h 1 m

Trains per day

25

Distance

302 km

Of the 25 trains that leave Valencia for Madrid every day 25 travel direct so it’s quite easy to avoid journeys where you’ll have to change along the way.

Fastest
Renfe AVE
19:451h53
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
21:38Madrid Chamartín
£451One-way
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2nd Fastest
Renfe AVE
17:421h55
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
19:37Madrid Chamartín
£611One-way
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iryo
09:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
11:53Madrid Chamartín
£251One-way
0 changes
SNCF OUIGO
20:271h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
22:23Madrid Chamartín
£311One-way
0 changes
iryo
13:571h56
Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla
15:53Madrid Chamartín
£301One-way
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The train journey was very pleasant. In terms of equipment, everything important was available and worked without any problems, except for the wifi connection, which unfortunately didn't work properly for me. The comfort around the seats and the catering and service were excellent. The cleanliness was also more than marvellous. In my opinion, the special thing about this train journey is that you don't have to change trains and the punctuality, which was spot on. The price-performance ratio is also more than satisfactory in my opinion. All in all, a really great train journey!
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The return journey went smoothly. The train was very punctual and I noticed that the staff went out of their way to make the journey as smooth as possible. The sanitary facilities were very clean and hygienic. To cut a long story short, I didn't notice any problems or disadvantages. There was no need to change trains on the journey. I give the journey 5 stars and recommend it.
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I bought the ticket online, so I didn't have any stress when I got there. My train was on time and the staff went out of their way to make the journey as relaxed as possible. The toilets were very clean. The seats were very comfortable and I had enough space for myself. The price-performance ratio was very good. I didn't notice any disadvantages, so I would recommend the journey to others. I travelled for about 2 hours and didn't have to change trains.
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Just like the outward journey, the return journey was also very relaxing. The train was very punctual. Some advantages are also that there was good reception, as well as wifi. I was also very happy when I realised how much importance the staff attached to cleanliness. As a result, it was very clean everywhere. As I couldn't find anything negative, I give the train journey my recommendation.
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Unfortunately, there was no catering on the journey from Valencia to Madrid. The journey only took two and a half hours, we didn't have to change trains and there were no delays. The air conditioning in the AVE 5160 is very commendable, as the temperature was very pleasant, the volume was also reasonable and the seats were comfortable. There was wifi, but no power sockets. However, the toilets were locked and unfortunately I couldn't go to the toilet, which wasn't such a big problem for me as the journey was so short. The price is a bit high, but it was still well worth it.
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On the whole, the hygiene and cleanliness were a very big plus point. The comfort and journey time were exactly as expected. The train arrived on time and the value for money was an absolute treat. I would happily travel with this provider again.

Overview: Train from Valencia to Madrid

distanceDistance187 miles
durationAverage train duration1 h 53 min
priceAverage train ticket price£25 (€28)
frequencyTrain frequency10 a day
changesDirect trainYes, there are 2 direct trains a day
carriersTrain companiesOuigo, AVE, Renfe AVLO, iryo, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA

Trains from Valencia to Madrid cover the 187 miles long route taking on average 1 h 53 min with our travel partners like Ouigo, AVE, Renfe AVLO, iryo, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA. Normally, there are 10 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around £25, you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as £7. Travellers depart most frequently from Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla and arrive in Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes.

Train companies: Ouigo, AVE and Renfe AVLO trains Valencia to Madrid

For as little as £7 you can travel by train to Madrid from Valencia with Ouigo, AVE and Renfe AVLO. Omio will show you the best deals, timetables and tickets available for this trip.

Renfe Intercity is a high-speed train service operated by the Spanish national railway company, Renfe. It operates throughout Spain, connecting major cities and towns with frequent departures throughout the day. The Intercity service offers a variety of train types, including the Alvia and Talgo, all of which offer comfortable seating and modern amenities. Alvia and Talgo offer fast trains but not as fast the high-speed trains like AVE, offering more stops. Passengers can choose from a range of ticket types, including Economy, Business, and First Class. Onboard facilities include Wi-Fi, power outlets, and a selection of snacks and drinks. The most popular routes for Renfe Intercity include Madrid to Barcelona, Madrid to Seville, and Barcelona to Valencia.

Valencia to Madrid train information with Renfe Intercity:

  • Average Duration: 2 h 20 min
  • Cheapest Price: £46

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The Valencia to Madrid Train

Want to find the cheapest tickets or fastest trains from Valencia to Madrid? Look no further! We’ve pulled together the most up-to-date and important information for you to decide how to get from Valencia to the capital of Flamenco, Madrid. Our easy guide covers everything from the train stations, train providers, high-speed trains, how to book cheap tickets and train schedules. Read on to get the most up to date information, plus discover our top tips for things to do once you’ve reached Seville.

Fallera in the festivities of Fallas in Valencia. Source: Shutterstock

How to find cheaper train tickets from Valencia to Madrid

The best way to get cheap tickets on the Valencia to Madrid trains is to buy tickets three months before the departure date. Ticket sellers often release tickets a few months before their scheduled dates and the earlier you can book, the cheaper the price. With a flexible schedule, there are more options for finding train ticket deals. Take a journey at off-peak times and search for cheaper days of the week. Trains with stops often have cheaper tickets than trains that offer direct or faster services. Train operators offer discounts for students, seniors and disabled travellers, as well as for large groups or families travelling together. Sign up to the Omio app today to receive alerts for discounts directly to your phone.

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The Omio booking pages have been designed to give you a quick and easy snapshot of the best tickets available. Once you’ve purchased your ticket, you’ll have everything sent to your phone with no need to print. What’s more, you can also enjoy live journey updates, meaning you'll be notified of any platform changes or delays, and we’ll send you a reminder when it's time to set off. If you need any help along the way, there’s a dedicated helpline to make your journey as enjoyable and hassle-free as possible. Explore your train options on Omio from the comfort of your home or on the go.

Which train companies travel from Valencia to Madrid?

Trains from Valencia to Madrid are mainly operated by Spain’s state owned rail company Renfe, with additional services by iryo, and Ouigo a subsidiary of the French SNCF network. Renfe trains are divided into different fleets and lines meaning that passengers can choose between high-speed AVE trains, Renfe AVLO trains, which are the high-speed low cost service, and slightly slower Media Distancia connections. There are also slower daily Regional train services.

Travel first class on trains from Valencia to Madrid

When travelling with Renfe you’ll have the option to choose between three different ticket types. Each ticket type is priced according to the flexibility of the ticket, the level of comfort and service you’ll receive onboard.

  • Básico (Basic) ticket: these are the cheapest tickets on the standard coaches. Passengers will receive all benefits of travelling on standard including plenty of legroom, WIFI, luggage storage and power sockets. Básico tickets cannot be exchanged or cancelled for a refund. Add-ons can be bought however, these include seat selection for €5 extra, or bringing a pet for an extra €10.
  • Elige (the Pick and mix) ticket: these tickets can be tailored to your needs. Elige ticket holders have more flexibility with exchanging or cancelling their tickets or even changing the ticket holder. The Elige ticket also gives the option to travel on Elige ESTÁNDAR (with standard seats) or Elige CONFORT (with XL comfort seats). Add-ons include seat selection, travelling with pets, or a box of food delivered to your seat for an extra €7.50
  • Prémium (Premium) ticket: these tickets offer full first class comfort and flexibility. The perks of travelling with this ticket includes XL comfort seats, unlimited free changes to your ticket, a full refund if you cancel your ticket 7 days in advance, and if you miss your train simply hop on the next one for free. The Prémium includes all add-ons including seat selection, taking pets, food service to your seat.

How long is the journey by train from Valencia to Madrid?

On average, trains take 1h 50min. Journey durations are typically affected by the number of layovers along the way but since all trains from Valencia to Madrid provide direct services, journey durations may take a few minutes longer or shorter than the average time. The high-speed trains by Renfe AVE operate at a speed of 192 mph (310 km/h) to cover a distance of 187 miles (302 km).

Daily departures: Valencia to Madrid trains

Around 26 daily trains run from Valencia to Madrid on weekdays, and around 22 on the weekends. This gives commuters and travellers plenty of options to choose the most convenient time. The earliest daily train starts its journey at around 6:38 a.m. and the last daily train leaves Valencia at around 7:10 p.m. Departure schedules may vary depending on the day of the week so it’s best to check the Omio site to receive the latest timetables and up-to-date schedules.

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What are the departure and arrival stations for the Valencia to Madrid trains?

Departure train station: the departure train station for trains from Valencia to Madrid is Valencia Joaquin Sorolla train Station. It features a first-class lounge that offers comfortable, relaxing areas to wait for your train, plus drinks, and an internet connection. The station also comes equipped with several restaurants and cafes, ATMs, washrooms, and travel information displays. If you drive to the station, you’ll find parking with long-term and short-term services. If you need help with your luggage, the station offers several luggage trolleys and luggage lockers. The station is wheelchair-equipped, and it offers accessible platforms, washrooms, and amenities. Travellers can get to the station by foot from the city centre. Alternatively, they can take taxis or drive to the station. Bus lines 9, 27, and subway line 2 provide services to the station.

Arrival train station: trains from Valencia to Madrid arrive at Madrid-Puerta de Atocha train station. It offers a Sala Club first-class lounge that provides complimentary beverages, snacks, and alcohol alongside free Wi-Fi. If you need help with your luggage, the station provides luggage trolleys and luggage lockers. There is a lost and found area, several food concession stands, vending machines, washrooms, and a travel information display. It caters to reduced mobility travellers with accessible washrooms, platforms, water fountains, restaurants, and ticket offices. Travellers can get from the station to the city centre by foot. Alternatively, they can take the Metro line 2 or a taxi to their preferred destination.

Night trains in Valencia

Night trains in Valencia provide overnight services that facilitate easy night travel. Night train services are operated by Trenhotel, which offers three categories: Turista Class bed, Grand Class, and First Class beds. Turista class beds feature cabins with four beds, sinks, and basic bedding linens. Travellers on the Turista Class bed can choose between male and female compartments. First-class beds have single or twin beds. They provide personal hygiene items and lockable cabins with sinks and personal hygiene items. They also feature wider beds and necessary beddings Grand-class cabins have single or twin beds, and they feature showers, sinks, and private bathrooms. Travellers also get complimentary toiletries and linens. All cabins have power sockets and a bar coach with simple meals, snacks and drinks.

Sustainable travel with the Valencia to Madrid train

Trains are by far the most sustainable and greenest means of travel. Their emissions only represent about two percent of the transport sector emissions. They also have a low energy consumption, which equals a tenth of the fuel used by small cars and aircraft. Trains have the ability to occupy minimal space in the environment and at the same time offer the most spacious areas to passengers onboard. Trains have a long lifetime and can go for up to 50 years without the need to re-invest in spare parts and non-renewable energy.

Services on board: Valencia to Madrid

Renfe trains offer two travel classes, first class and second class. First-class travellers get a one-by-two seating arrangement with comfortable reclining seats. They also get at-seat meal services served by attendants, an entry in all first-class lounges, and free parking at the station. Furthermore, first-class travellers can enjoy media screens, newspapers, and onboard private areas. All seats on Renfe trains are comfortable and come with an armrest and folding tables.

Trains also come with buffet cars where travellers can buy drinks, snacks, and meals. Renfe allows passengers to bring three luggage items with maximum measurements of 35x21x13 inches (85x55x35 cm). They also have to be under 55 lbs (25 kg). Trains come with luggage storage areas like overhead racks and areas at the end of the car. Pets are allowed on board with the correct ticket, provided they are on a leash. All trains are wheelchair accessible with accessible washrooms, designated wheelchair areas, and accessible washrooms. The Omio magazine provides insights into the best travel experience from Valencia to Madrid.

Madrid, the historic city skyline. Source: Shutterstock

Travel tips: exploring Madrid by train

Madrid, Spain’s capital, is popular for its world-class art museums and numerous tourist attractions. Puerta del Sol is one of the highlights in Madrid. It rings with a festival scene, providing street performers, masses of colour and numerous activities. Nature lovers will love a visit to the lush and well-manicured Buen Retiro Park. Travellers can enjoy rowing boats at the Park’s tranquil lake, puppet shows at the Teatro de Titeres, or a walk along its elegant walkways. The Royal Palace and Gardens offers guided tours of Spanish history where you’ll be able to marvel at the establishment’s iconic columns, Doric pilasters, and scenic interiors. History lovers can visit the Royal Armory, which features over 3,000 exhibits from the Middle Ages. Here’s a list of top things to check on on your upcoming trip to Madrid.

  • Prado Museum
  • Fuente de Cibeles
  • Museo Sorolla.
  • Madrid Rio Park.
  • Almudena Cathedral

You can discover more about things to do in Madrid with the Omio magazine.

International trains from Madrid

The main international routes for trains in Spain usually depart and arrive from Madrid and Barcelona. A couple of the most popular international routes connected to Madrid go to Lisbon and Paris. If you’re looking to explore the rest of Europe by train, check out some of the popular routes and download the Omio app. It’s a convenient way to find tickets in any language, no matter which country you’re travelling to.

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Spain not only has a great national train network but it is well connected to many parts of Europe. Depending on where you are in the country it can take just a matter of hours to get to cities such as Bordeaux, Paris and Lisbon all from the comfort of a train seat.

Taking the Train from Valencia

AVE high-speed trains from Valencia to Madrid depart from Joaquin Sorolla station, located on the southern edge of the city centre. The station is connected to the Valencia Metro, with the Joaquin Sorolla-Jesus stop on Avenida de Giorgeta close to the terminus. Taxis are available from the rank next to the station entrance. There are 5 city bus lines stopping next to the station and a shuttle bus connects Joaquin Corolla to the nearby Valencia Nord station, departure point for Intercity and Regional trains to Madrid. The Bailen Metro station is close to the Nord terminus.

Getting into Madrid by Train

Madrid is a striking and engaging capital famous for its non-stop nightlife and restaurant scene. Visitors combine the tapas trails of the central squares with cultural highlights that include the galleries of the Prado. RENFE AVE trains from Valencia to Madrid arrive at Puerta de Atocha station, situated in the centre of the city. The station has its own metro stop, Atocha-RENFE, with connections across the city on line 1. Bus stops provide links on 8 bus routes including the circular service which connects major sights in the centre. There are taxi ranks situated on Plaza del Embarcadero, Mendez Alvaro street and at the main arrivals terminal.

FAQs: Valencia to Madrid train

FAQs: Travel by train from Valencia to Madrid easily. Whether you want fast, cheap or something entirely different, our travel experts have collected everything you need to know so you can find the best option from Valencia to Madrid.
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Cheap train tickets from Valencia to Madrid can start from as little as £7 when you book in advance. The average train ticket price for Valencia to Madrid is £25; however, prices vary depending on the time of day and class and they tend to be more expensive on the day.
On average the Valencia to Madrid train travel time is 1 h 53 min   for the 187 mile long route, but the duration can vary if you travel on weekends and holidays.
The first train from Valencia to Madrid leaves at 05: 27. Plan your trip with the Journey Planner   from Omio.
The last train from Valencia to Madrid leaves at 21: 00.
Yes, there are 2 direct trains a day from Valencia to Madrid with AVE or iryo. Schedules can vary on holidays or weekends with fewer direct trains.
Yes, you can take a high-speed train from Valencia to Madrid with Ouigo or iryo. Overall you can travel with the following companies: Ouigo, AVE, Renfe AVLO, iryo, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA.
Take the Valencia to Madrid train with Ouigo, AVE, Renfe AVLO, iryo, Renfe, Renfe Intercity, Renfe (3) or Renfe ALVIA. However, it's always good to check out all possible train companies for the trip between Valencia and Madrid as there might be differences in the amenities they offer.
No, there are no night trains, the latest train for this route is 21: 00.

When departing from Valencia, you have various train station options to start your trip from including Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla, Valencia-Estacio Del Nord and València Cabanyal. When arriving in Madrid, you can end your route in train stations like Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes, Madrid Chamartín and Madrid Príncipe Pío.

Passengers board the train most frequently from Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla, which is located around 1.2 miles (2 km) away from the city centre, and they get off the train at Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes, located 1.4 miles (2.2 km) away from the city centre.

A day trip to Madrid from Valencia is worth doing with a journey time of 1 h 53 min each way. Check with Omio app   the best way to travel.
The cheapest month to travel from Valencia to Madrid by train is November.
It's helpful to compare your options as there are 3 ways to travel to Madrid from Valencia including taking a train, coach or flight.

Important Stations and Airports in Valencia and Madrid

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Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla is the most popular Valencia railway station for Omio travellers, but it's not the only one. Read all the information you need to know about the main train stations in Valencia for your journey to Madrid.
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Mon - Sat: 05: 45 - 23: 59 | Sun: 06: 45 - 23: 59
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Bus lines: 9, 10, 27, 89, 90, free shuttle to Nord Station
Metro lines: 3 and 5
Train lines: AVE, Alvia, Euromed, Intercity
Madrid-Puerta de Atocha-Almudena Grandes is the most popular Madrid train station for Omio travellers, but Madrid has quite a few train hubs. Find all the information you need to know about the main railway stations in Madrid for your journey from Valencia.
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Bus lines: 10, 14, 24, 26, 32, 37, 54, 57, 59, 85, 86, 102, 121, 203
Train lines: C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C7, C8, C10
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