Renfe Spain Pass

Renfe Spain Pass: Yours To Explore Spain

The Renfe Spain Pass is an e-pass that lets you travel on the national rail network of Spain, with your choice of first (Business/Club) or second (Tourist) class travel for 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 train segments (trips) within a one-month period. Also included with this pass are Renfe reservations on Spanish trains.

Important Things To Note:

  • Once you book, you will receive a phone call from Rail Europe during which you will be asked to provide your passport number
  • Once you have provided your passport number and your pass is issued, you will then receive your Print At Home pass via email with information about booking reservations from Rail Europe.
  • Reservations for the Renfe Spain Pass are included in the cost of the pass but cannot be booked online. You can schedule reservations in Spain or through Rail Europe’s Contact Center via email.
  • A train segment is one train trip made without changing trains. Each change of trains is an additional train segment.
  • Each train segment requires a reservation.
  • This pass is not valid on night trains or on international trains in and out of Spain.

Why not travel on AVE trains to go east from Madrid to Barcelona in just 2 hours, 43 minutes in speedy, stress-free comfort; or head south from Madrid, to historic Seville, just 2 hours, 20 minutes? It’s all up to you.

And your Renfe Spain Pass is good for even more: it also unlocks free or discounted tourist cards and discounts at many hotels and museums all over Spain.

Here's what you get:

  • This pass gives you travel on the Renfe network for a specified number of rail segments (trips) on the national rail network of Spain.
  • Choice of 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 rail segments (trips) to be used within 1 month.
  • Travel on the Spanish Day trains including the AVE train.
  • Reservations are included in the price of the pass and can be made at a Renfe rail station or through Rail Europe's Contact Center. Reservations cannot be booked online.

Conditions of Use

  • Residents of Spain are not eligible to purchase or use this pass.
  • Travel on a Renfe Spain Pass must begin within 6 months of purchase date.
  • Reservations need to be issued starting with your first date of travel. Once selected you can’t pick an earlier date.
  • Reservations available provided the train is not full in the class of service of your Renfe Spain Pass.
  • Pass is non-transferable and must be presented with your valid passport.
  • Renfe Spain Pass allows you to complete your journey by commuter train provided that it connects with the place of origin or destination of your booking.
  • Pass Holders of a Tourist class (second-class) pass must pay a supplement to travel in Business/Club (first-class). Supplement is calculated based on the standard prices and fares.
  • Pass cannot be altered or tampered with, if the pass is used by a person other than the holder, the traveler will be deemed to be traveling without a ticket. The pass will be confiscated and the prevailing regulations will be enforced as appropriate.
  • Pass cannot be used without a reservation. If a pass is used without a reservation, the traveler will be deemed to be traveling without a ticket and will risk payment of a full-fare ticket and a fine, subject to the rules of RENFE, the national railway company.
  • The Renfe Spain Pass is not accepted on overnight trains.
  • Passes are 85% refundable if canceled up to 3 business days prior to the first travel segment. Thereafter, the Renfe Spain Pass is non-refundable.
  • The pass is not eligible for a refund once travel has begun.
  • A reservation segment can be canceled in Spain free of charge up to 15 minutes before the train is scheduled to depart.
  • Once a reservation segment is canceled, the canceled segment is restored to the pass. If a reservation is not cancelled, the segment will be considered "used".
  • When applicable, Rail Protection Plan™ will be offered prior to payment.
  • If a pass is damaged, lost or stolen, a duplicate can be requested free of charge at the ticket offices of authorized stations.
  • Prices are subject to change.
 

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