Paseo del Rey, 1092, Madrid, Spain

The beautiful building of Principe Pio is a small corner of France in a city that can't feel more Spanish. Charming Principe Pio was commissioned by France's Northern Railway Company as it was supposed to be a terminus station of the train line connecting the striking capital of Spain with the French border. The station complex was built in Modernist style and boasts a lovely facade, as well as a great number of in-house facilities to guarantee a pleasant stay, including an extensive shopping area, nice cinema, an excellent choice of dining options, and complimentary Wi-Fi.



What to Know About Principe Pio Railway Station


How to get to Principe Pio rail station?

The station prides itself on a great location in the western part of the Spanish capital and is easily reachable by public transport. To get there, you can take a bus (number 25, 33, 39, 41, 46, 75, and 138 stop near the station) or you can reach Principe Pio by taking a metro train (6, 10, and Ramal branch lines work for you).


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