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Best ticket and routing for multiple trips in Spain

I will be based near Malaga until 18 September. i believe there is a local train station, Antequera santa Ana which is on the high speed train route. I am interested in traveling to Granada and to Cordoba before proceeding westwards where my ultimate destination is Carcassonne in France.

would you advise the best way to proceed and the relevant rail pass to purchase.

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Rail Europe Posted 3 years ago

Hello Jane,

Thanks for the question.

It is best to purchase point to point ticket for your travel. You can book and travel as follows:

- Malaga to Antequera – AVE train.

- Antequera to Granada – Regional train.

- Granada to Cordoba via Antequera – Regional and AVE trains.

- Cordoba to Carcassonne via Madrid and Figueres – AVE and France-Spain High Speed trains.

In order to book tickets, please visit our website www.raileurope.com.au.

You would need to feed in the Departure city and the Arrival city along with the travel date and preferred time & the number of passengers (Senior, adults, youth and children), and then click on “search tickets”. Once you do so, you would find the schedules along with the fares. You need to select the fare which is preferable to you and then add it to Cart. Once added, you need to mention the names of the passengers to make the payment on the next page.

Hope this helps!!!

Best Regards,

Leora, Rail Europe Travel Expert.

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