Alvia

Seating Options

While Tourist Class on the Alvia costs less than Preferente Class, it still has all the best thinking a new train would roll with. It starts with climate-controlled car that recognize the need for truly comfortable seats on long distance trips. That’s why the Tourist Class seats of the Alvia recline and have individual armrests and footrests to graciously cement your personal space. The cars themselves have an open design with rows of fours seats, two on each of a center aisle. On some routes, you’ll find seats that can change direction, individual reading lights and a sound system port with four audio channels and two video channels to relax with. All cars have luggage racks so your belongings are never far.

Tourist Class of the Alvia. It’s more than comfortable. It’s smart.

Duo Seats

Aisle and window seats next to each other with pull-down tables.

Club 4 Seat

Four seats facing each other across a table.

Meals & Concessions

If you’re on the Alvia, there’s a good chance you’re going a long way. Well, the Alvia goes a long way, too, to make sure your trip is a study in contentment. That’s why the cafeteria on board the Alvia is a place you’ll find more than a wide range of food and drinks for any taste. It’s designed to be a meeting point and recreation area where you can enjoy a coffee, soft drink or snack, as well as interact with your fellow adventurers or simply go for a stroll. Delicious hot meals are available to order for lunch and dinner as well. You’ll find the cafeteria open and welcoming the duration of your journey. All so when this high-speed train comes to a stop at your destination, you’ll be all set to go at full speed.

On Board Services

Onboard services for Tourist Class travelers on the Alvia are all about enhancing an already enjoyable trip. They include audio/video services to help you pass the time. Video monitors are in every car, with headphones distributed by the crew (or you’re free to use your own in the standard outlet found at every seat). There’s also a cafeteria with extensive food and drink options that remains open throughout the journey.

Services at the station

While major stations in Spain will vary, you’ll usually find shops, information centers and luggage services available in the main area.

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