The train route passes through five different cities in Spain where it is possible to discover all the cultural diversity of the country.

travel through Spain in train is easier than you can imagine, the entire country is connected by the main destinations by trains of high speed, which reach up to 300km/h, facilitating access between the main Spanish cities.

THE train travel compensates for several points: the prices are affordable, you don't waste time with check-in and you can still observe the whole region and visit different cities on the way. The trips are super fast, the route between barcelona and Madrid, for example, only lasts 3 hours.

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The company responsible for trains at Spain is RENFE, a state-owned trains country, and the AVE (Alta Velocidad Española) is one of its models of trains, and because it is the fastest and most comfortable, it is the most sought after.

Train itinerary in Spain

Barcelona – 3 nights

The Gaudi route is the most sought after route by tourists arriving in barcelona to take a city tour of the city. In this itinerary, visitors go through several works by the architect Antoni Gaudí, discovering the main tourist attractions of barcelona, such as La Pedrera, Casa Milà, Casa Batllò, the Expiatory Temple of the Sagrada Familia and Parc Güell.

THE Barcelona Picasso Museum it is the main one in the city and has its collection dedicated to the work of the Spanish painter Pablo Picasso. The space was founded in 1963 and has more than 4200 works that make up the permanent collection.

A walk through the oldest neighborhood of barcelona, known as Gothic Quarter, is a great route to discover the most charming region of the city and take great photos in grandiose and renowned buildings.

Another must-have place on your to-do list in barcelona is to know Las Ramblas or La Rambla, tourist spot and meeting point for many residents, which attract many street artists. There are bars and restaurants and this is where the statue of Christopher Columbus, dating from 1888, over 50 meters high and pointing towards America is located.

barcelona It also has a super charming and interesting coastline to enjoy, dedicate a part of your time to sunbathe on Barceloneta Beach, one of the most visited in the city.

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Madrid – 3 nights

the capital of Spain breathes culture and lavishes entertainment activities, with several theaters, recreational activities, restaurants and bars. The tour can start at the city's ground zero in Puerta del Sol, following Calle de Postas, to Plaza Mayor, located in the center of the city. The place is famous for having been the scene of several bullfights, processions and trials and executions of the Inquisition. Today the square is surrounded by different restaurants, cafes and souvenir shops.

Other very famous and indispensable attractions are the Royal Palace, the bronze statue of the bear symbol of Madrid, the San Miguel Market, the Almudena Cathedral and other squares such as Plaza Isabel II and Plaza Oriente.

THE Grand Via is one of the most important avenues of Madrid, there, tourists can shop in hundreds of stores scattered around galleries and malls. THE Retiro Park can not be missing from your itinerary, especially if you have a sunny Saturday or Sunday in the city. This is one of the coolest parks in all of Europe and forms a gigantic green space in the middle of Madrid. There it is possible to take walks, ride a bicycle, have picnics, ride a pedal boat and listen to the street musicians that are concentrated in the area.

If you love visiting museums and understanding a little more about the history of the destinations you visit, a great option is the Reina Sofia Museum, which houses one of the most famous paintings by Pablo Picasso, Guernica. There are also other options such as the Museo del Prado and Museo Thyssen-Bormisza.

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Seville – 2 nights

The Triana neighborhood is one of the most charming places in seville. The area is close to the river and the tip here is to walk. Walking through each street, each narrow alley, discovering the courtyards and shopping in the shops scattered throughout the region is the best thing to do in Triana. When in the neighborhood be sure to visit the Torre del Oro, which was part of a wall that protected the seville in the past. Inside there is also a maritime museum.

Visit the interior of the gigantic Seville Cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. If you have breath, continue the program going up to the top of Giralda, the cathedral's bell tower and destination's postcard.

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Cordoba – 1 night

Barrio Judería is a Jewish quarter of the city that looks more like a maze of narrow and charming streets.

All the houses in this part of town are painted white and the streets are decorated with colorful vases filled with flowers. Next to the neighborhood is the Mezquita – Catedral de Córdoba, one of the most famous and impressive temples in the world.

Grenada – 1 night

Stroll through the historic center of Grenade It is without a doubt the best way to get to know the city. On the tour you can see buildings full of history, sculptures, squares and incredible viewpoints in the region. Albaicin, the city's Arab quarter, is very similar to Seville, full of alleys and street artists. The cathedral is also very impressive and in its real chapel King Fernando and Queen Isabel are buried.

Grenade also has many options to see a Flamenco performance, being able to choose between more traditional shows or gypsy Flamenco. There are several show houses in the Albaicín and in the caves of Sacromonte.

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