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The Valencia Train Station known as Estacio del Nord is located next to the bull ring and is central to old Valencia.

Spain train Stations:
Madrid Train Station
Barcelona Train Station
Sevilla Train Station
Cordoba Train Station
Toledo Train Station
Valencia Train Station

More pages related to Train Travel:

Rail Europe's, rail
How to read a AVE Train Ticket
The train schedule I received for Cordoba and Malaga was in Spanish. Click here to view the Spanish train schedule.

Outside Links specific to train travel in Spain:

RENFE - train schedules (sometimes, this link can be really slow and difficult. Note: only if you are in the EU can this link be used for booking tickets.

Above photo - The Estacio del Nord.

Parking for the train station is right on site but you will need to look close for rental car return signs. After missing the signs for car rental drop off I parked at the train station and went into the train station's Car Rental office for car drop of directions.

The interior of the train station has a very stright forward layout, you encounter the ticketing windows first. Go past ticketing to get to the train waiting area, there you will notice the big sign anouncing the arriving and departing trains. Once your train's departing platform is announced (Via) you can head to the platform.

To get to some of the Valencia Train station's (higher number) platforms it is necessary to walk all the way down the right side (right side, as viewed from the main entrance) of the train station, to the back, and go outside.

Photo Above - the ticketing lobby of the Valencia Train Station. The information office is located at the right end of the ticketing booths.

Photo Above - the Valencia Train station enterior, to get to the higher numbered platforms you would walk all the way down to the end of the building and take a slight right.

Photo Above - the bull ring is on the left side of the photo, main entrence to the train station is shown on the right.

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This page last updated April 2007
Information on this page comes from my October 2006 visit to Spain