Tourist Trains

  • Tren de la Fresa 2017

A period train running between Madrid and Aranjuez recreates the Region of Madrid’s first rail line. Dates and times for 2022 to be confirmed

Travel from Madrid to San Lorenzo de El Escorial on a vintage train and unveil the secrets of King Philip II’s empire. Dates for 2022 to be confirmed

A unique way of travelling to and discovering Alcalá de Henares, the birthplace of Miguel de Cervantes. Dates and times for 2022 to be confirmed

A wonderful and unique way of visiting a town steeped in history. Dates and times for 2022 to be confirmed

Get on this vintage train whose steam locomotive pushes its way past stunning landscapes in southeast Madrid. Dates and times for 2022 to be confirmed


This tourist train runs between Madrid and Ávila to enjoy a cultural and gastronomic day in the Castilian city.

The train departs from Madrid-Chamartín to Segovia.

The trip includes round trip transport by Media Distancia (Medium-distance train) train from Madrid to Soria, accommodation and activities on Saturday and Sunday.

Discover nature a few kilometres from Madrid, travelling in the ecological means of transport par excellence.

Roundtrip train from Madrid to Valencia which includes transfers, lunch, boat trip along the Albufera and visits.

Train Avant round trip with route Madrid - Chamartín to Valladolid - Campo Grande, with dramatization on the visit, tasting and food in the winery.

One-day tour of the best wineries on the Route, which runs through ten municipalities: Camporrobles, Caudete de las Fuentes, Chera, Fuenterrobles, Requena, Siete Aguas, Sinarcas, Utiel, Venta del Moro and Villargordo del Cabriel.

A cultural, tourist and gastronomic day on the Canal de Castilla where you can see monuments in Valladolid: Medida de Rioseco, Urueña, Simancas, oil mills (almazaras), wineries, monasteries and castles.


Spend the day at a UNESCO World Heritage site, hire a guide to teach you interesting historical and cultural facts about Madrid, or follow one of our themed itineraries to discover the city from a different angle. 

Hop onto a train or bus and leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind.

  • El fin de siglo. Sala 61 A del Museo Nacional del Prado ©Museo Nacional del Prado (660 x 335)
  • Madrid is connected by rail to Spain's major towns and cities, as well as to Portugal and France.

    Getting to Madrid by Train
  • Cómo llegar en tren
  • The Cercanías suburban train system connects Madrid with other towns and villages in the region, including El Escorial and Aranjuez.

    Getting around Madrid by Train


An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.

Hop on board the city's official sightseeing bus!