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Compra Múltiple - Multiple Train Ticket Spain

Old Nov 1, 17, 5:57 pm
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Compra Múltiple - Multiple Train Ticket Spain

Hello all - We will be in Spain in December travelling Madrid to Sevilla to Cordoba and back to Madrid - putting in our route into the Renfe website, I am getting a total ticket price of 488,20 € however, it looks like I can only put in 4 passengers as adults and cannot see a place for children - Is the Compra Múltiple only for 4 tickets regardless of age? I haven't looked at individual tickets- point-to-point and am wondering if this would be the cheaper option with 2 adults and 2 children instead?

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Old Nov 2, 17, 3:17 am
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Renfe's website has an option for adults and children (ages 4-13) right on the homen page.

You can buy up to 9 tickets.

The timetable is not open past Dec 12 yet.
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Old Nov 2, 17, 11:53 pm
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Are you choosing 1st or 2nd class travel, and how old are the kids?
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Old Nov 3, 17, 11:15 am
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Originally Posted by Guy Betsy View Post
Are you choosing 1st or 2nd class travel, and how old are the kids?
Most probably second class - kids are 9 and 13. There seem to be many different options - looking for the easiest and cost effective.
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Originally Posted by Skyline View Post
Most probably second class - kids are 9 and 13. There seem to be many different options - looking for the easiest and cost effective.
Get a Spain Rail Pass valid for 3 days to use within one month.
Adults are : US$ 191.
13 yr old : US$ 156
9 year old : FREE

https://www.raileurope.com/rail-tick...ntry_origin=US

Its now 20% off ..

Options for Second Class

Travelers: 2 Adults, 1 Youth, 1 Child
Eurail Spain Pass Off Peak
Validity: 3 Days in 1 Month
Class of Service: Second Class
Saver pass - price reflects 10-15% savings
Total: $482
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Old Nov 4, 17, 3:40 pm
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Originally Posted by Guy Betsy View Post
Get a Spain Rail Pass valid for 3 days to use within one month.
Adults are : US$ 191.
13 yr old : US$ 156
9 year old : FREE

https://www.raileurope.com/rail-tick...ntry_origin=US

Its now 20% off ..
Are these high speed trains?
can u use 2X in one day possibly ?
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Old Nov 5, 17, 4:28 pm
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What dates?
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Originally Posted by zibawal View Post
Are these high speed trains?
can u use 2X in one day possibly ?
Yes. You can criss cross the country o as many trains in one day if you like...

I don't know about 2nd class, but on 1st class, I had to pay a 30 euro surcharge per journey (mainly because in 1st class, I got a meal and free drinks). For the high speed trains you need to book the seat reservation and pay the surcharge in advance.
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