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Malaga Train Station Mini Guide
Malaga Train Station, That's an Unusual Destination
Officially called Maria Zambrano Station, this enormous plot is located just outside Malaga city centre, a few kilometres from the port and less than 10 kilometres from the airport. It is a good base to explore the immediate city. Malaga itself is a very popular year-round destination offering a rich history, an abundance of cultural experiences and a great location for those who simply wish to relax and unwind. Therefore, it is no surprise that with all these attractions and many more besides, its station receives well in excess of 20 million passengers per year.
The station provides a gateway to the Costa del Sol, as well as the picturesque Andalucian countryside. It is a critical transportation hub which connects the city to other towns in the province and the region. Routes will take you across the rest of Spain and onto further European destinations, with high-speed rail links making longer journeys conveniently faster.
Making your Onward Journey
As well as the obvious abundance of trains, there are convenient bus routes to the airport and other local destinations. To make the most of your visit, car hire is highly recommended and Rhino can offer some great cost-effective options for comfortable and convenient driving. If you wish to make an onward journey by train, it is highly possible to return one hire car and conveniently collect another at your next destination.
What's at the Station?
A visit might leave you wishing that your next train is significantly delayed! Spend many happy hours at the huge Vialia Shopping Centre, get active at the leisure centre, or catch a film at the multi-screen cinema - all on the site! If you are in need of immediate refreshment, are hungry and need food quickly, or want to enjoy a more serious gastronomic treat there are several restaurants and cafes to tempt you. With a lot to see and do, it is potentially a mini-break destination all of its own, so if you run out of time and want to stay over there is a 4 star hotel with plenty of rooms.
- The completion of the last part of the High Speed Train network from Malaga to the south of France via Madrid has recently been completed. This will reduce the travelling time between the two destinations to a little over 5.5 hours.