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By train

Santiago de Compostela Train Station

 

Routes

Long-distance: Two direct daily trains link up with Madrid (three on Sundays), one with San Sebastian and Hendaye and one with Barcelona. Changing train once, there is a daily service to Bilbao, Portugal and Paris, as well as nearly all of Spain’s main cities.

Regional: there are trains approximately every hour to the main destinations in Galicia (A Coruña, Vilagarcía de Arousa, Pontevedra and Vigo) with connections to Portugal. There is also a direct train to Ourense several times a day. 

Trans-Cantabrian: panoramic train that goes through north and northwest Spain, the ‘Green Spain’, from San Sebastian, in the Basque Country, to Santiago de Compostela.

Services

Vehicle hire, cafeteria, ATMs.