Trains from Malaga

Trains from Malaga

Málaga City is well connected to other parts of the country through a high-speed rail network that runs directly to cities such as Antequera, Córdoba, Ciudad Real or Madrid. The city is also well connected to other points of the province via a commuter trains network.

We tell you everything you need to know to travel by train from Malaga next.


Renfe Malaga AVE - High-speed train

In 2007 the first high-speed line in Malaga was inaugurated, a advance for the city and its connection to the capital in just 2 and a half hours. Over the years, the high-speed network connects to  17 cities with more or less frequently.


AVE Malaga Antequera

The journey time between Malaga and Antequera Santa Ana Station is around 35 minutes and the price is between 7 and 17 euros each way. The frequency is 12 trains per day.


AVE Malaga Cordoba

Just 1 hour away Málaga and 19 daily connections, Without a doubt the high-speed train between Malaga and Cordoba is a great option for its distance in minutes and its economical price around 11 euros.


AVE Málaga Ciudad Real

We can move to Ciudad Real, this city is outside Andalusia, in just 2 hours and for an approximate price of 20 euros each route. There are 5 route per day.


AVE Málaga Sevilla

If you want to travel to Seville, you do not recommend using the high-speed train to get to that city, as the route is long and expensive.


AVE Malaga Barcelona

This is another route that does not benefit directly from the high-speed line because the plane has an important role as a connection between the two cities for its price and its short duration. Despite this, the train lovers will be able to travel by train in approximately 5 hours and 45 minutes from 50 euros each route.


AVE Malaga Zaragoza

Although the price is not too low, we can travel in just 4 hours from the Costa del Sol to the Zaragoza. The price of the route is from 50 euros.


AVE Malaga Lleida

The same line that arrives in Zaragoza and Tarragona also arrives in Lleida in about 4 and a half hours and for a price similar to the route from Malaga to Zaragoza.


AVE Málaga Tarragona

Going to Tarragona from Malaga costs approximately 41 euros and the journey takes 5 hours.


AVE Malaga Valencia

The high-speed line between Malaga and Valencia is scarce in travel frequency. Despite this, there is a direct option to leave on a Friday and return on a Sunday in just 4 and a half hours.

The lowest price is 42 euros.


AVE Malaga Cuenca

Few people know this option, but it is possible to get to Cuenca from Malaga in just 3 and a half hours in the same car that runs towards the Valencian Community on Fridays and Sundays.


More destinations can be reached doing stopover in some cities, especially in Madrid Atocha, which has numerous connections throughout the national territory. A clear example of this is the cities of Segovia, Toledo, Valladolid and Huesca. 


Malaga commuter train

On a smaller scale, it is possible to arrive some of the largest and most visited municipalities in the province of Malaga by commuter train.


Malaga - Fuengirola commuter train

This commuter train runs all over the western coast of the Costa del Sol from Malaga until reaching Fuengirola, its last station. The total journey is about 50 minutes, and before reaching the final destination stops at Malaga Airport, Torremolinos, Arroyo de la miel and Benalmadena.

Price: between 1 and 5 euros each route


Malaga - Fuengirola commuter train stops

Fuengirola, Torreblanca, Carvajal, Torremuelle, Benalmadena-Arroyo de la Miel, El Pinillo, Montemar-Alto, Torremolinos, La Colina, Los Alamos, Plaza Mayor, Airport, Guadalhorce, Victoria Kent (Correspondence Line C-2), Málaga María Zambrano (Correspondence with High Speed and Medium Distance Trains and Line C-2), Málaga Centro-Alameda (Correspondence Line C-2).


Malaga - Alora commuter train

If the other commuter line circulated along the western coast of the Costa del Sol, This commuter train runs through the interior of the province, connecting several outlying areas and villages of the province. In particular, the train stops at Los Prados y Campanillas (Malaga), Cártama, Aljaima, Pizarra and Alora.


In addition, this train runs once a day (a round trip) to the famous Caminito del Rey.

Price: between 1 and 6 euros each route.


Malaga - Alora commuter train stops

Malaga Centro-Alameda, Málaga María Zambrano (Correspondence with high-speed and medium-distance trains and Line C-1), Victoria Kent (Correspondence with Line C-1), Los Prados, Campanillas, Cártama, Aljaima, Pizarra,Alora.


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