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The Madrid Puerta de Atocha Train Station is Madrid`s first and largest train station. The station is exceptional with its steel and glass construction, not to mention the vivid tropical gardens that line its concourse. In addition, travelers can enjoy viewing the permanent display of sculptures found within the station. A relaxing way to spend time before your train departs.

Address: Glorieta Carlos V s/n
Transportation from the Madrid Atocha Train Station:

To the Madrid Airport:
Cercanias regional trains to Nuevos Ministerios station, then Metro Line 8
Hours: 6 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.

To other railway stations from the Madrid Atocha Station:
Frequent Cercanias regional trains to Madrid Chamartin Station (10-12 minute trip)

Trains using this station:

From Puerta de Atocha:

RENFE Avant (to Toledo and Puertoliano)
AVE (to Seville-Santa Justa, Málaga María Zambrano, Castelló de la Plana, Alicante, Barcelona Sants, Figueres-Vilafant, Huesca, Marseille-St-Charles)
RENFE Alvia (to Cádiz, Huelva, Valencia-Joaquín Sorolla, Logroño, Pamplona, and Vinaròs)

From Atocha-Cercanias:

RENFE Alvia (to Alicante, Cádiz, and Oropesa del Mar)
RENFE Alaris (to Castelló de la Plana, Valencia Nord, Gandía, and Oropesa)
RENFE Altaria (to Algeciras, Granada, Murcia del Carmen, and Cartagena) Talgo (to Alcázar de San Juan)
RENFE Media Distancia (to Badajoz, Ávila, Segovia, Valencia-Sant Isidre, Albacete-Los Llanos, Ciudad Real, Jaén)


Telephone access:
Telephone stands
Location: main concourse

International Code: 011
Country Code: 34
City Code: 91


Tourist Office:
Phone: 915 284 630

Baggage Consignment:
Hours: 5:30am to 10:20pm approximately
Rates: €3.10 - €5.20 per day
Phone: 902 240 202

Places to eat in or near the station:
Eateries and restaurants are available throughout the station, including Heineken Grand Café, Café Espresso and Burger King.