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Barcelona to Zaragoza Train Information

Avg. Train Duration2h 13m
Trains arrive inZaragoza
Trains depart fromBarcelona
Train Ticket Price£ 21.35
Distance255 km
Train Companies
  • Renfe AVE
  • Renfe

Trains from Barcelona to Zaragoza: Journey Details

Travelling between Barcelona and Zaragoza by high-speed train is simple and quick - with plenty of choices for anyone making the journey. The Spanish national rail company Renfe operates regular daily services, starting as early as 6:00 a.m. in the morning. After that, trains from Barcelona to Zaragoza leave every hour, until the final departure just before 10:00 p.m. The majority of these trains are direct, and the journey takes 1 hour 40 minutes. Weekend services are just as frequent as weekdays.

Return trains from Zaragoza to Barcelona are also available.



Local Time 02:44
Population 674,300
Region Aragon
Languages Spanish

How expensive is Zaragoza?

An Average Meal

An average meal in a restaurant in Zaragoza costs 4% less than in Barcelona.


Prices in Zaragoza are on average 4.7% higher than in Barcelona.

Public Transport

Public transport in Zaragoza costs around 35.7% less than in Barcelona.

A Night in a Hotel

A night in a hotel in Zaragoza is about 42.8% less expensive than in Barcelona.

Taking the Train from Barcelona

All trains from Barcelona to Zaragoza leave from Sants Station and arrive at Zaragoza-Delicias. Sants is centrally located in the Monjuic district of the Catalan capital. The easiest way to reach the station is by catching the Barcelona Metro line L3, and getting off at Estacio-Sants. From the Gothic Quarter and Las Ramblas, leave around 20 minutes to make the journey. If you are coming from the south, regional trains operated by AVE also stop at Sants, which is also served by local buses.

Getting into Zaragoza by Train

The capital of Aragon, Zaragoza is a town steeped in history. For centuries it was controlled by Muslim rulers, who have left some gorgeous architecture. See unique fusions of Muslim and Christian architecture like the 11th century Aljafería, wander around the cathedral or just gorge on some of Spain's finest tapas dishes. When you arrive at Delicias Station, the best way to reach the city center is by catching bus number 51 from the station forecourt. This takes you past many of the major attractions, and connects to the major hotels. A good idea for visitors staying a few days is to purchase the Bono Bus card, which provides discounted travel across the city.

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