Alicante Terminal is the central railway station in Alicante, Spain. It was officially opened on 25 May 1858 in the presence of Queen Isabella II herself! The station serves Valencia, Barcelona, Madrid, Murcia, Cartagena, Villarrobledo, and Ciudad Real destinations, as well as Alicante and Murcia suburban areas. Being the terminal station, it consists of 6 tracks that are easily accessible by 4 platforms. As all modern railway stations, Alicante Terminal provides all the necessary services, such as information desks, ticket office, post office, cash machines, WCs, cafeteria, luggage trolleys, car hire and parking, and even a bookshop. All the services are adapted to people with disabilities.
Getting Around Alicante Terminal Railway Station
Hot to get to Alicante Terminal railway station from Alicante Airport?
There are several options on how to get to the Alicante Terminal train station:
1. Take the C6 bus from stops 29 or 3, located directly outside the airport. It will take you right to Estacion Renfe, nestled at Alicante Terminal. The whole journey will take approximately 50 min;
2. Take a taxi from the airport. The cost is between 13-18 euros.