About luggage on trains, how many Kg are allowed for the same price or how i can buy more luggage??

i have my 22 kg luggage with me so i don't know if i have to pay more or not?
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) May 03, 2019 19:01
    Hi Paola,

    22 kg is completely fine. Regarding luggage, the general rule is that you can take on board as much as you can carry, and there is no charge. Trains in Europe provide sufficient space to store luggage. There is space between seats or in the overhead racks. In many cases, there is also space at the ends of each train car.

    Spain is the only country that imposes specific weight/dimension limitations on luggage. The national rail network of Spain states that each passenger can carry up to 3 pieces of luggage, the sum of which may not exceed 290 cm, and the largest of the 3 items should not exceed 85 x 55 x 35 cm in height-width-depth. Also, the total weight of the 3 items should not exceed 25 kg. Anything beyond that would be up to the discretion of the conductor when traveling in Spain.

    Note: While it is true that the rail network of Spain specifies weight/dimension limitations, there is no telling how strictly they'd enforce their policy on their trains, and it may depend on the conductor.
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