Lisbon
Lisbon train stations
Oriente station
Av. Dom João II, 1990, Lisbon, Portugal
Entrecampos station
1050-065, Lisbon, Portugal
Santa Apolonia station
Av. Infante Dom Henrique 1, 1100-105, Lisbon, Portugal
Sete Rios station
1500-561, Lisbon, Portugal
502 km
Madrid
The lively capital of Spain boasts quite a few busy train hubs. Check out everything you need to know about railway stations in Madrid.
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Madrid train stations
Puerta de Atocha
Plaza Emperador Carlos V, 28045, Madrid, Spain
Chamartin
Agustín de Foxá, 40, Madrid, Spain
Madrid - Atocha Cercanias
28045 , Madrid, Spain
Principe Pio
Paseo del Rey, 1092, Madrid, Spain

Lisbon to Madrid Train Information

Are you planning a long-distance trip around Europe? Then think about choosing a Renfe’s night train service for your memorable journey, as this is an ideal opportunity to have some good rest on your way to the final destination. Providing a fast and comfortable connection between astonishing Lisbon and fabulous Madrid, these modern trains traverse the distance of 502 km (311 mi) in about 10 hours. Using Rail Ninja, you can find useful information about the route & available travel classes and book your train tickets from Lisbon to Madrid 2 years before the chosen travel date.
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What is the best way to travel from Lisbon to Madrid?

Taking a train is always a great choice and the best value for money, promising fast travel times and unparalleled comfort during the journey. But when it comes to Lisbon - Madrid railway route, there is an additional perk of stunning landscapes to admire along the way.

Is there a high-speed train from Lisbon to Madrid?

Unfortunately, there is no high-speed train running between the cities, but Renfe’s night train service boasts very fast travel times.

Is there a sleeper train from Lisbon to Madrid?

Yes, there is a Trenhotel train serving the Lisbon - Madrid railway route, featuring several sleeping compartments as well as offering fantastic onboard amenities.

How long is the train ride from Lisbon to Madrid?

As mentioned above, the train from Lisbon to Madrid is very fast, so you can travel between the cities in a matter of just 10 hours.

How much is train from Lisbon to Madrid?

On average, be prepared to pay about 45 USD for a one-way ticket. But keep in mind that such factors as the travel class you prefer for the journey, how far in advance you book your ticket, and the tariff you prefer can influence the Lisbon to Madrid ticket price quite significantly.

 

 

Lisbon to Madrid Train Review & Rating

The overnight train exceeded my expectations in terms of comfort

Donn S. about traveling from Lisbon to Madrid