How to purchase Renfe tickets online - Madrid Traveller (2023)

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Why don’t you buy your Renfe tickets online? It’s the easiest and fastest way to safely get your train tickets for your next trip to Spain.

Oh, you want to buy Avlo, OUIGO or iryo train tickets online? Fine, but their websites are terrible as well.

That’s why I always recommend to purchase train tickets online using Trainline. It’s super easy to use, and you can compare all the ticket fares in one single place.

Get your Renfe tickets online using Trainline.

Purchasing Renfe tickets on their website is a nightmare

Oh the problems with Renfe’s website!

Have you experienced that too?

One of the main issues is that although the Renfe website theoretically accepts non-Spanish credit cards, it’s infamous for random rejections and other dysfunction that can make it nearly unusable. I’m Spanish myself and have used the site for years, but I still get plenty of error messages. And I just hate it.

Another one is that most of the deep pages in the Renfe website and even the homepage itself are half in Spanish on the “English” version of the site. And where there is English, the translation is so poor that it’s impossible to understand.

So the easiest fix for Renfe’s stupid website is to just not use it: buy your tickets elsewhere.

A few private travel portals now offer better user experiences and one has the same pricing as Renfe.

If you want to buy your tickets online, go for Trainline. It’s best private ticketing platform for Spain.

The interface and the whole purchasing process is pretty straightforward but below you can find a step by step tutorial in case you need some extra help.

Why should you use Trainline to get your Renfe tickets?

Trainline is much easier to use than Renfe’s, Avlo’s, OUIGO’s, and iryo’s official sites. There’s no doubt about it.

And if you still don’t believe it, try it yourself… But don’t tell me that I didn’t warn you.

Here’s where Trainline does (way) better than Renfe, Avlo, OUIGO, iryo and other competing sites:

  • Trainline gives you the same prices on routes as when buying from Renfe, OUIGO, and iryo.
  • The website is well-designed, smooth and functional. And it’s in (real) English!
  • Whenever Renfe, Avlo, OUIGO and iryo offer the possibility, you can select your seat preferences:
    • Aisle, window, or solo seats where available.
    • You can choose to face the direction of travel.
  • Trainline offers high quality and fast customer support.
  • If you purchase a ticket that has a refundable option, you can take care of this directly and easily using Trainline instead of having to deal with Renfe, Avlo, OUIGO or iryo.
  • Trainline shows extensive bus options that can save you money or help you reach some small towns Spain not accessible by train.
  • You won’t find annoying pop-ups or other pitches for hotels, rental cars, and the like.

How to purchase your Renfe tickets on Trainline

Follow this step by step guide to get your Renfe tickets using Trainline‘s website.

Contrary to Renfe’s, Avlo’s, OUIGO’s, and iryo’s awful websites, the interface is super easy to use and the purchasing process works like a charm.

Step 1. Go to Trainline’s website

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1. Go to

Open your favorite browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox…), type “” and press Enter.

In less than a second, you’ll be at Trainline‘s homepage. It looks like the image above.

2. Choose your language.

By default, the website is displayed in English.

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But if it is not, or you prefer to purchase your Renfe tickets in another language, click on the flag in the top menu and select the language you want.

3. Set the fares in euros (EUR).

This same button (the flag one) allows you display the fares in several currencies.

By default, the fares are displayed in euros (EUR). And I suggest you to leave it as it is.

By all means, you can decide to be charged in American dollars (USD), British pounds (GBP), Canadian dollars (CAD), Australian dollars (AUD), and a few other currencies.

But for the sake of simplicity, my recommendation is to pay your train tickets in euros.

4. Create a user account.

Even if you’re only going to buy one ticket, you should create a Trainline user account.

Here are some advantages of being a registered user:

  • Log in and retrieve your booking if your internet connection fails.
  • Change or cancel bookings.
  • Add your fellow travellers.
  • Get your tickets and keep them stored neatly in one place.
  • Make a booking from your computer and retrieve your tickets from your smartphone with the Trainline app.
  • Save your payment details (credit card, debit card, PayPal) to can pay with one click.

Follow these steps to register:

  1. Click on the “Sign in” button located at the top of the scree, on the right corner.
  2. On the drop-down menu, click on the “New customer? Register now” link at the bottom.
  3. Fill in all the information required.
  4. Click the “Register” button.
  5. Quit this window and return to the homepage.

Make sure that you are now logged in. If not, do so.

Step 2. Search your Renfe tickets

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Now it’s time to fill in the form on the left sidebar with your trip details and run a search.

1. Fill in the “From” (origin) field.

Type the city from which you’re leaving.

For cities like Madrid or Barcelona, ​​you’ll notice that there’s more than one station. Select the city’s name without specifying the station and you’ll avoid any confusion.

Once you have your tickets, you can check out the departure and arrival station.

2. Fill in the “To” (destination) field.

Type the city where you’ll be arriving to.

Just like you did before, choose only the name of the city (don’t specify the station).

3. Select the type of trip.

Tick “One Way”, “Return”, “Open Return” or “Seasons”.

4. Select the date and time of the Out trip.

When choosing the date, you can either type the date or select it from the calendar. Unless you wait for the last minute, there should be trains available every day. Choose your preferred departure date.


Then, set your preferred departure time. Alternatively, you can select the arrival time.

If you intend to make a one-way trip, the “Return” option will be blacked out.

Click on the “Get times & tickets” button.

5. In case you plan to do a Return trip, pick your date and time.

6. Set the number of people traveling.

Click on “1 adult (26 to 59)” to determine your age and those of the people that will be traveling with you.

Add as much passengers as necessary clicking on the little arrow. Use the drop-down to add as them.

Don’t forget to include all children.

In the unlikely event that you have the Renfe loyalty card, click on “Add railcard” and select the loyalty card accordingly.

Then click on the “Done” button.

7. Click on the “Get times & tickets” button.

Step 3. Pick your preferred fares

A new screen shows the most accurate results according to your settings.

You’ll the departing and arrival times of each train and two fares: Standard and 1st Class.

If tickets are not available for the date you chose, you’ll see a “–” in the table of results indicating that there are no tickets.

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1. Change your trip details use the top search bar (optional).

If you’re not happy with the results, use the top search bar to change the

  • Departure and/or destination station.
  • Date(s) of your trip
  • Number and age of the travelers.

2. Select your Out trip train.

a) In the lower left area, you can see the search results for your Out trip train.

Trainline shows the results by highlighting with a “cheapest” tag the most interesting option for the time range you selected earlier. Your current selection time is displayed in blue.

Click on “Earlier” (at the top) or on “Later” (at the bottom) to see more train options.

b) In the right area, you can see all the trip details corresponding to your current selection (highlighted in blue on the lower left area).

If you’re buying tickets for several people, the amount shown is the total value of all the tickets you’re looking to buy. For example, if you selected 4 passengers, the value shown is the total value for all 4 passengers.

You can also see the specific fare flexibility conditions and the seat options.

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If you change the choice of time and train on the left side, the details displayed on the right side will change as well.

3. Click on the green “Continue” button.

Once you’re happy with your selection, click on the green “Continue” button.

4. Select your Return trip train (if necessary).

Just like you did with your Out trip tickets, select the tickets of your Return trip.

5. Click on the green “Continue” button.

Again, once you’re happy with your selection, click on the green “Continue” button.

Step 4. Choose your seating preferences (optional)

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1. Tick your seat and extras options.

If Renfe allows you to select your seat preferences for that specific trip, tick your selection.

2. Click on the green “Continue” button.

Step 5. Fill in your personal details (skip to step 6 if you registered in step 1)

1. Fill in your personal and contact details.

In case you haven’t registered previously as I advised, you’ll need to provide your personal and contact details.

2. Double check your email address.

Please DOUBLE CHECK your email address. The tickets will be sent to the address you provide and you can download them from there.

Alternatively, you can also use Trainline‘s app to retrieve your train tickets.

3. Click on the green “Continue” button.

Again, double check that all your details are correct and click on the green “Continue” button.

Step 6. Confirm your Renfe tickets

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1. Double check that all the information is correct.

The next screen displays the information corresponding to your booking.

Take your time to double check that all the details are correct before making the payment.

2. Select your preferred payment method and click on the button.

The payment procedure is super super easy and it gives you the option to pay with your credit card, your debit card or PayPal.

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So depending on what you prefer, click on

  • The green “Pay with card” button.
  • The yellow “Pay with PayPal” button.

Step 7. Pay your Renfe tickets

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Option 1. You decide to pay by card.

First, confirm with your bank that you’re allowed to make online purchases with your card.

Then, provide the information of your credit card or debit card (card number, name on card, expiry date and security code).

Option 2. You decide to pay with PayPal.

A pop-up window will show up asking you to login in into your PayPal account and confirm the payment.

Step 8. Receive your Renfe tickets

Once your bank connects with Trainline and the purchase is completed, a screen confirming the transaction will show up. Soon after, you’ll receive a print-at-home eticket.

At this point, you have 2 options:

  • Print them yourself on A4/Letter sized paper. Print each ticket on a different sheet of paper. Don’t cut any parts of the ticket (ie. you need to leave the whole sheet intact).
  • Present the tickets’ barcode using the Trainline Android or iOS app.

Regardless of what you pick, bring your tickets with you. You’ll have to show them to Renfe’s staff before boarding the train.

Here is what a regular Renfe train ticket looks like:

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It doesn’t look exactly as the one you’ll receive and print, but it’s a good proxy.

Here’s is the information that you should find on your Renfe ticket:

  • Núm. Billete or Number of the ticket.
  • Localizador or Booking number.
  • Combinado Cercanías, a code that you will need if you intend to catch a Cercanías train once you arrive to your destination.
  • Salida or Origin.
  • Llegada or Destination.
  • Type of train, its code number and the class.
  • Coche or Car.
  • Plaza or Seat.
  • Payment details.

OK, everything is set now for you to travel!

Getting your Renfe tickets at the station ticket office

Every now and then a reader asks me if it’s possible to get Renfe tickets at X or Y train station.

And the shortest answer is yes, it’s possible.

But, should you do it instead of purchasing them online?

Absolutely not.

You shouldn’t buy Renfe train tickets directly at the ticket office of any station for the following reasons:

  • Depending on popular holidays or the day of the week, some trains (particularly certain high-speed AVE trains) have a high level of occupancy. Therefore, you may have to adapt your travel itinerary to what’s left.
  • Renfe has a dynamic and in some ways more flexible pricing structure for high-speed and long-distance services. This dynamic pricing is similar to the system used by airlines. So last minute fares are always much more expensive than the ones you can get buying your tickets in advance.
  • Whenever you buy train tickets at the station ticket office, Renfe applies an extra service fee of 5.5% on the final fare.
  • Nowadays no one buys medium and long distance train tickets at any station. Therefore, Renfe has dramatically reduced the number of sales desks and you’ll probably end up waiting in line for ages.

So get your AVE tickets at the train station only if it’s an emergency and you don’t have any other option.

The seats’ availability will be scarcer, you’ll pay a much higher fare because it will be a last minute purchase, and on top of it you’ll be charged an additional 5.5% service fee.

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How do you pay on Renfe? ›

You can pay for your purchases at by credit or debit card, with Renfe Points or with PayPal. Renfe offers you a secure purchase system, eliminating the possibility of fraud.

Can you buy train tickets in Spain online? ›

Option 1, buy at, recommended...

The quickest & easiest way to buy Spanish train tickets is at with cheap advance-purchase fares & print-at-home or collect-at-station tickets. You can choose to pay in €, £ or $. There's a small booking fee.

Is Renfe cheaper online? ›

When planning a trip to Spain, especially if you plan to visit several of the major cities, you can save money by purchasing your tickets online in advance. The cheapest place to book train tickets for Spain is directly on the national train operator's website at

When can you buy Renfe tickets? ›

Renfe tickets for Alvia and Avant trains are available 62 days before travel. You can buy AVE train tickets up to 90 days in advance.

How to buy AVE train tickets online? ›

How to purchase your Renfe AVE tickets on Trainline
  1. Step 1: Go to Trainline website. ...
  2. Step 2: Search your AVE tickets. ...
  3. Step 3: Select your preferred fares. ...
  4. Step 4: Fill out your seating preferences (optional) ...
  5. Step 5: Fill out your personal details (if you registered in step 1, skip to step 6)

Do Renfe tickets sell out? ›

Re: Renfe trains sells out? Yes, they sell out, and in certain dates, very quickly. The AVE trains are the best ones, as they connect Barcelona, Madrid and Sevilla in a very short time.

Which site is best for online train ticket booking? ›

MakeMyTrip is the leading portal for booking IRCTC train tickets online which is offering the most convenient ways to book train tickets, check train schedule, train availability, and view live train status. IRCTC has been the most used website for train tickets booking.

Is it cheaper to buy train tickets in advance Spain? ›

Spanish trains don't operate on a normal booking horizon, although most trains open around 60 days in advance. This is when you'll find the cheapest tickets. We always recommend booking as far in advance as possible to get the cheapest Spanish train tickets.

Which app is used to book train tickets online? ›

IRCTC train ticket booking app - Complete train app for Indian railway bookings - Tickets, train status, PNR Status, Platform number & coach position to board, Rail Wisdoms.

Is it cheaper to buy train tickets in advance or on the day? ›

Advance tickets are usually the cheapest way to travel by train, and generally go on sale 12 weeks before your date of travel. You have to travel on the train you're booked on, but you get a much cheaper price by foregoing flexible travel times. Full details on Advance tickets can be found here.

Which is the cheapest way to book train tickets? ›

Book Ticket in Advance

Try to book the tickets 120 days before the day of the journey. It helps by saving you from the last minute booking rush. Also, travelling in a group will help you get the berths in the same coach.

What is the cheapest day to buy a train ticket? ›

When are cheap train tickets available? Cheap train tickets are normally available when they're first released by the train operators. This is usually 12 weeks before your departure date. Booking in advance could save you 61% on average vs Anytime fares on the day.

Is it cheaper to wait to buy train tickets? ›

If you've less than 12 weeks before you travel, it's usually best to book ASAP, as the longer you leave it, the pricier tickets tend to get. With some operators, you can buy advance tickets up to 10 minutes before you travel if they haven't sold out.

Does Renfe have an app? ›

You'll need to download the Renfe app (for iOS or Android) and sign up for an account to purchase your free train tickets, or apply at railway stations. Once you've paid your deposit, you'll receive a QR code that can be used as a free ticket.

What is the difference between standard and first class on Renfe? ›

Renfe AVE First Class seating plan

You'll normally find one or two First Class carriages on Renfe AVE trains. The seats are more spaced out than in Standard Class, although they follow the same arrangement on either sitting at a table of four or two seats next to each other.

How do you pay for trains in Madrid? ›

To travel on Metro de Madrid you need a Public Transport Card (TTP) loaded with a valid ticket type for the journey you wish to make. More information about Card types and Cards/tickets to enter/exit Aeropuerto stations.

What is the easiest way to book train tickets? ›

Train Ticket Booking FAQs
  1. Visit the Goibibo website/app and go to the IRCTC Trains page.
  2. Enter the 'From' and 'To' destinations, select the travel date from the calendar icon and click on the Search button.
  3. After finding a preferred train, click on check availability and then click on Book Now.

Can I buy train tickets at the station in Madrid? ›

To get your Cercanías train tickets, you can go to the Renfe ticket office. A much faster alternative is to use the vending machines located in the main concourse. Unfortunately, you cannot purchase them online.

How early do you need to get a Renfe train? ›

Arrive at the station at least 30 minutes before your train departs. This is because there is a security check, with a scanner for your bags and a ticket check before you can enter the platform. Give yourself time to get to and from the train station.

Can I pay for a train ticket on the train? ›

If there are no ticket purchasing facilities at the station (such as a Ticket Office or a self-service ticket machine, or they are closed/out of service), you may be able to buy your ticket on board the train.

How to get from Madrid airport to train station? ›

There are 4 transportation options from Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) to Atocha Train Station; bus, taxi, metro and train. The most convenient option is taking a Madrid airport taxi at a cost of 35€. A cheaper option is to take the train. Tickets are 3.40€ and the journey is approximately 33 minutes.

Is it better to purchase your ticket at the station or on the train Why? ›

To secure the best available fare, passengers should purchase tickets prior to boarding the train.

Are online train tickets valid? ›

Are people allowed to travel on RAC tickets on Indian Railways? Passengers having ticket in RAC status are considered having valid tickets. This is applicable to both tickets booked online (e-ticket) and tickets booked over the counter (PRS ticket). They are allowed to travel in train in such cases.

Which app is best for ticket? ›

The official IRCTC app, IRCTC Rail Connect, is accessible on both the Android and iOS operating systems. As simple to use as Single touch and Shuffle, Choose, and Book, the app. Supported rail tickets include Divyangjan, Ladies, Lower Berth/Senior Citizen, Tatkal, Premium Tatkal, and General Quota.

Are Renfe tickets cheaper in advance? ›

Buy Your Tickets as Early as You Can.

When travelling on a Renfe train (which remains the largest and most popular network in Spain), for example, tickets purchased four months in advance are a whopping 75% cheaper than if you buy them on the day of travel.

How far in advance should I buy tickets to Spain? ›

Top tips for finding cheap flights to Spain. Book at least 4 weeks before departure in order to get a below-average price. High season is considered to be June and July. The cheapest month to fly to Spain is February.

What age is senior citizen in Spain? ›

Senior age is 65 in most places in Barcelona, but book online to skip the queue, and you may find if the venue offers discounts. You will have to book a time slot and entrance is provided in 15 minute slots.

How to book online railway ticket from mobile? ›

Login to URL with your existing IRCTC user id and password.
  1. Click on Book Ticket and fill in details for plan my travel.
  2. Select the train and continue the booking.
  3. Use existing passenger list or add passengers.
  4. Confirm booking details and pay through Credit/debit card to get successful.
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Is QR code enough for train ticket? ›

Passengers can access the ticketing system and choose their destination by scanning the QR code at the station. From there, they can pay using a railway wallet, UPI, debit or credit card, or net banking.

Can I scan my train ticket on my phone? ›

An eTicket is purchased online and is emailed to you; you can then either scan the barcode on your phone at the gates or print the ticket out and scan it at the gates.

Do train tickets get more expensive closer to departure date? ›

They're normally cheaper than the on-the-day price, but as it gets closer to the date of travel the price tends to go up.

How far in advance should you book train tickets? ›

Always Book Early

Normally, this is around 12 weeks in advance, as the timetable for any particular day is normally confirmed 12 weeks in advance. For a temporary period Network Rail isn't able to do this, instead confirming timetables 6 weeks in advance.

How to save money on rail fares? ›

7 ways to save money on train tickets
  1. Be an early bird. You can save a whopping 50% on train tickets by booking ahead, according to Trainline. ...
  2. Avoid peak times. ...
  3. Split your train tickets. ...
  4. Invest in a railcard. ...
  5. Look for discounts. ...
  6. Beware booking fees. ...
  7. Exercise your rights.
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Is it cheaper to tap or buy a train ticket? ›

You can add money to an Oyster card or use contactless (card or device) straight away. You only pay for the journeys you make and it's cheaper than buying a paper single or return ticket (train companies may offer special deals on some journeys).

Which app gives best discount on train tickets? ›

10 Best Apps for Booking Train Ticket ( 2022 )
  • Goibibo.
  • MakeMyTrip.
  • RailYatri.
  • Cleartrip.
  • IXIGO.
  • UTS App.
  • Yatra.
  • EaseMyTrip.

What is the cheapest time of day to travel by train? ›

Exact times vary across routes and train companies, but in general - you'll find off-peak times outside of conventional commuter hours. Transport for London Off-Peak times: Monday to Friday from the first service to 06:30, from 09:30 to 16:00, and after 19:00.

What days do ticket prices drop? ›

When do flight prices drop during the week? According to our data: Tuesday. It seems most airlines launch their discounts on Monday nights, so you can pick up the best prices on Tuesday mornings.

Do fares go down on Tuesday? ›

Average domestic airfare price by day

The cheapest days to depart if you're flying within the U.S. are midweek — generally Tuesday or Wednesday. For economy tickets, Tuesdays are about 24% lower than peak prices on Sundays, which translates to savings of about $85 per ticket.

Are ticket prices cheaper at night? ›

You may have heard that there is a cheap window of time during the week to book your airline tickets. According to, that's a myth. The day and time of the week have no impact on ticket prices.

How do you dodge a ticket inspector? ›

Simply be honest and buy your ticket; in this way you don't have to worry about inspector. We all like free offerings but No one want a cheater.

What is the website to buy train tickets in Spain? ›

You can of course buy tickets direct from Spanish Railways at, in € with print-your-own tickets.

Does Renfe check passport? ›

All passengers must provide documents to prove their identity. In the case of foreigners, the documentation required to travel on trains is the same as that needed to enter Spain from the country of origin. As for Spaniards, they can identify themselves with their national identity card or passport.

Does Renfe include luggage? ›

Keep in mind that, when you are travelling on Avlo trains, you can carry the following types of luggage, which are included in the price of your ticket: 1 piece of hand luggage (bag, rucksack, etc.), maximum dimensions: 36x27x25 cm, with no weight limit. 1 cabin bag, maximum dimensions: 55x35x25 cm, with no weight ...

Can you bring food on Renfe train? ›

Renfe's high-speed trains usually have a restaurant carriage serving drinks, snacks and full meals. There is also a snack cart service. Feel free to bring your own food on board as well.

How do I pay for RER? ›

You can buy RER tickets from ticket windows and ticket vending machines (Billetterie Ile-de-France) at any Paris Metro station, at large train stations (such as Gare de Lyon, Gare du Nord), at RER train stations and Transilien train stations (suburban trains to destinations like Versailles & Fontainebleau).

Is it cheaper to buy a train ticket or use contactless? ›

Whilst a daily cap will apply; it is important to be aware that it will not always be cheaper than buying a return paper ticket. There will also be a weekly price cap for those using a Contactless card or mobile device; but it will still be cheaper to buy a season ticket on the Key Smartcard or paper.

Is it better to use cash or card in Madrid? ›

In Spain, students are encouraged to use cash in smaller cities as they many not accept credit cards. Many of the business in Madrid accept credit cards. Using a credit card ensures the best exchange rate.

Can you book RER tickets in advance? ›

You can also buy RER B tickets online in advance from, the website of the Paris Office du Tourisme et des Congrès. The ticket will cost a little more (11.40€) but the convenience may be worth it to you.

Do you have to validate RER tickets? ›

If you've used your Ile-de-France Ticket/Billet for travel on a Metro line before boarding a Transilien/Ter train, you don't have to validate the ticket as it's done automatically by the Metro/RER turnstiles. Ticket validation or composting is required to prevent riders from using a single ticket multiple times.

Can you use same ticket for metro and RER? ›

The T+ ticket allows you to use every Metro line, all RER lines in Paris (Regional Express Network), all bus lines (except Orlybus, Roissybus, lines 299, 350, 351 and Noctilien night buses) and all Tram lines as well as the Montmartre Funicular.

How can I reduce my train ticket prices? ›

Most people know if you book early, you can get cheaper train tickets, yet often these vanish quicker than empty seats on a peak-time journey. To ensure a bargain, the key is to start looking for tickets about 12 weeks before you want to travel. Network Rail must – usually – have the timetable set 12 weeks in advance.

Do train tickets get cheaper closer to departure? ›

They're normally cheaper than the on-the-day price, but as it gets closer to the date of travel the price tends to go up.

How can I pay less for train ticket? ›

7 ways to save money on train tickets
  1. Be an early bird. You can save a whopping 50% on train tickets by booking ahead, according to Trainline. ...
  2. Avoid peak times. ...
  3. Split your train tickets. ...
  4. Invest in a railcard. ...
  5. Look for discounts. ...
  6. Beware booking fees. ...
  7. Exercise your rights.
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How many bags can you bring on Renfe? ›

You can carry up to 3 pieces of hand luggage onto the train, provided that the sum of the three does not exceed 25 kg or 290 cm. The maximum dimensions allowed are 85x55x35 cm. (height-width-depth).


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