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Eurostar is the best way to travel from the United Kingdom to Madrid, crossing the Eurotunnel. Every day many trains run to Madrid, allowing you to visit this charming European city. Eurostar tickets are up for sale up 6 months before, so if you book early you are sure to find a cheap Eurostar train ticket to Madrid.
Gopili finds you the best prices for train tickets to Madrid, offered by Eurostar. Here is a selection of Eurostar tickets to Madrid for the coming days, classified by price.
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Station served by Eurostar in Madrid
Each year, many travellers visit the city of Madrid (located in Spain), thanks to the train company Eurostar which offers a rapid and effortless direct journey to Madrid. Some Eurostar trains run non-stop to Madrid, other make a stop to pick up passenger in England or in Europe. At Madrid , Eurostar stops at Madrid Atocha cercanías train station, in the city centre to allow you to start your visit straight from your arrival at the station. To plan your travel by train to Madrid look at the map for the exact location of your arrival train station.
To find cheap train tickets for your next journeys to Madrid with Eurostar here are some hints and tips that you need to know before buying your rail ticket.
Eurostar tickets to Madrid are available for sale up to 6 months before your travel. Eurostar prices work like air fares: if you buy at the last minute fares are more expensive than if you plan your booking early. So the earlier you book the more likely you are to get a good price. The best time to begin looking the Eurostar ticket prices to Madrid is 6 months before.
Eurostar offers three different types of flexibility to travel: flexible, semi-flexible and non-flexible. Ticket fares vary depending on the type of ticket you choose. Non-flexible tickets to Madrid are less expensive than the other ticket types, but they are non-exchangeable and non-refundable. So you need to be sure to travel to Madrid on the day selected.
There exist several classes of travel on board Eurostar trains: Standard, Standard Premier or Business Premier. If you choose to make your journey in Standard class to go to Madrid the fare will be less expensive compared to a ticket in Business Premier Class.
Moreover, throughout the year Eurostar offers deals allow you to travel by train for cheaper. Frequently Eurostar offers return tickets for £59.00 instead of £69.00, a saving of 15% for a travel from Paris to London for instance. To be notified of deals offered by Eurostar over the year follow our blog!
With this advice you can make great savings and find a cheap train ticket for your next journey to Madrid.
When you travel with Eurostar to Madrid, you need to take your passport or a national identity card to go through security checks, both in the UK and in Europe. Don't forget that you are crossing the Channel, so one of these identity documents is required. If you travel with children they need their own passport.
One of the benefits of travelling to Madrid with Eurostar is that there is no luggage weight restriction. The only condition is that you have to be able to carry your own bags onto the train. Adults can take 2 bags (up to 85cm long) and 1 item of hand luggage free.
At the station you need to check in beforehand: the time you need to check in depends on the Eurostar travel class you have chosen. Check in 30 minutes before departure for Standard and Standard Premier travel class. Check in just 10 minutes before departure for Business Premier travel class.