5 Oct, 2023 @ 18:00
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Malaga to Madrid from €7: Renfe launches sale on train fares starting TODAY

Malaga to Madrid from €7: Renfe launches sale on train fares starting TODAY
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HEAVILY DISCOUNTED rail tickets from state operator Renfe went on sale on Thursday with a journey between Malaga and Madrid available for €7.

The ‘Superprecio’ promotion runs until Tuesday, with fares starting from just €7 for Renfe’s low-cost high-speed Avlo trains, and €11 for its AVE, Alvia, Euromed and Intercity services.

Journeys can be made from October 23 through to December 9, according to the operator which is facing intense competition from low-cost rivals Ouigo and Iryo.

It claims that 20.5 million seats will come under the ‘Superprecio’ umbrella and bookings can be made online, with the Renfe website identifying where customers can obtain bargains.

As with other similar initiatives, getting the massive discount will always depend on the day, destination and availability.

Renfe pointed out that ‘all destinations will be available’ including France.

It means that AVE trips between Spain and ten French stations on the Renfe network can be booked for just €15, which coincides with the start of a daily Madrid-Marseille service.

Other French destinations are available from any station in Spain at starting prices of either €29 or €39.


Alex Trelinski

Alex worked for 30 years for the BBC as a presenter, producer and manager. He covered a variety of areas specialising in sport, news and politics. After moving to the Costa Blanca over a decade ago, he edited a newspaper for 5 years and worked on local radio.

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