Renfe ‘s low cost service between Valencia and Madrid will cost just 7 euros each way and will cover the distance between the two cities in just over an hour and a half.
The announcement by the Minister of Transport, Raquel Sánchez,about the start-up of the Avlo trains that will link Valencia and Madrid has been a revolution for the thousands of users who use the high-speed line that connects the Community every day Valencian with Madrid .
Tickets can be purchased from January 20th and the first low cost trains will come into operation on February 21st.
Characteristics of the new Avlo service that will come into operation on the Madrid-València line
- The new high-speed train service will start, with 6 daily circulations, 3 in each direction, which means an offer of 2,200 seats per day
- The price of the tickets will be from 7 euros
- The Avlo service will have stops in Cuenca Fernando Zóbel and Requena-Utiel
- The trains have the double certification of AENOR and SGS in terms of sanitation, disinfection and cleaning
- On top of the base price, the customer can add additional services, such as seat selection, changes or cancellations and additional luggage. The base price includes a free cabin suitcase and a handbag.
- Children under 14 years of age will have a basic fare of 5 euros, provided that it is accompanied by a full paying adult (with a maximum of two child tickets per adult). For large families there are also discounts of 20% for those in the general category, and 50% for large families in the special category.
- All seats have a Wi- Fi service included.
Source story: Levante
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