In Spain, there’s architecture to make anyone happy. From Romanesque, Gothic, and Baroque churches to Moorish fortresses and Renaissance palaces. Well, we think the architecture inside your Preferente (First) Class Alaris cabin should be considerably newer but no less impressive for its time. That’s why you’ll find everything to coddle you in comfort; from large reclining seats with a table, audio/video port, individual armrests and footrests to a cabin that lets you keep your luggage within reach. There’s plentiful space between seats as well, with half of the seats facing the direction of travel. And in addition to the exterior illumination of the shining sun, you’ll find good lighting inside as well, perfect for reading or working. It seems everything on this train was built to last, too. Especially the memories.
A seat on its own next to the window with a pull-down table.
Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.
Club 2 Seat
Two solo seats facing each other across a table.