Possible Rail connection for trip to Southern Spain - Madrid-Cordoba, Cordoba-Seville, Seville-Valencia, & Valencia-Madrid

Planning a trip of Southern Spain for 8 to 9 days. Will start from Madrid to Cordoba. Cordoba to Seville and Seville to Valencia and finally back to Madrid. Planning to stay in Madrid for 3 nights, 2nights in Cordoba, one night each in Seville and Valencia. Considering train trips in between cities and train schedules is this planning possible?
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) January 30, 2018 19:43
    Hi Asim,

    Yes, the trip you put together is definitely possible. To purchase tickets, you would search a route under 'BOOK TRAIN TICKETS' on the homepage of our website, www.raileurope.com. Generally, trains in Spain can be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure date.

    Madrid to Cordoba

    From Madrid to Cordoba, there are direct high-speed trains throughout the day. These trains are AVE, Alvia, and Altaria trains.

    Cordoba to Seville

    There are also direct trains from Cordoba to Seville. The trains from Cordoba to Seville are AVE high-speed trains or regional trains.

    Seville to Valencia

    From Seville to Valencia, there is one direct train, which is a high-speed AVE. If its schedule is not convenient for you, then you would have to connect through Madrid along the way.

    Trains from Seville to Madrid are AVE or Alvia trains. Trains from Madrid to Valencia are also AVE trains.

    For the option via Madrid, you would just have to piece together the connection on our site by doing a separate search for each segment. Therefore, you would do one search for trains from Seville to Madrid and then another search for connecting trains from Madrid to Valencia.

    Valencia to Madrid

    From Valencia to Madrid. there are direct trains, most of which are high-speed AVE trains.
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