AVE Málaga María Zambrano station
The AVE Málaga María Zambrano station, which has been changing its official name over the years, has been named since 2007 María Zambrano, a Málaga-born philosophe. The station was formerly called Málaga Termo. It was inaugurated in 1862.
The AVE Málaga María Zambrano station is located in the Explanada de la Estación and the opening hours of the station in Málaga are between 05:00 am and 00:45 am.
The AVE Málaga María Zambrano train station is one of the most complete in Spain, its shopping center gives you even the opportunity to go bowling and to go to the cinema, as well as shopping, go to restaurants or bars, etc ... And of course, it is adapted for people with limited mobility or hearing impaired.
In addition to being a very complete AVE station, it is perfectly communicated by means of public transport, such as taxis, buses and metro lines, but you can also reach it by walking as it is 10 minutes from the city center. This AVE station is a point of reference both for travel and for leisure in the capital of the Costa del Sol. It hasn’t only has a huge shopping center inside, but you can find in its vicinity the Harbor of Malaga, the beach Huelin, the Museum of Málaga, the Center for Contemporary Art, the Museum and House Museum of Picasso, the Roman Theater or the Alcazaba.
In this station in Málaga do not only depart and arrive AVE trains, but also AV City, Avant and Middle Distance trains. The biggest influx of rail traffic in the station of Málaga corresponds to the AVE trains to or from Madrid Puerta de Atocha, the connection in High Speed ??between Málaga and Madrid exists since 2007 and since 2008 it is connected with Barcelona as well, ??another important railway connection.
It is equipped to receive 24,000,000 passengers per year and it is 51,400 square meters.
More about the high speed line Madrid Málaga
This High Speed ??line has been running since the 24th of December 2007 and since then, its number of passengers hasn’t stopped growing, join the users who choose to have all the amenities at their fingertips and at the best price with our AVE Madrid Málaga train tickets.
AVE Madrid Málaga trains depart from Madrid's Atocha station and arrive at María Zambrano station in Málaga, some departures are direct, others have intermediate stops at Córdoba, Puente Genil Herrera and Antequera Santa Ana stations.
Both the Atocha station and the María Zambrano station are perfectly connected and have different means of public transportation to reach it, this is another of the advantages of traveling the Madrid Málaga route by AVE, both for the outward and the return journey.
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Travel from Madrid to Málaga by high speed trains, with all the amenities, punctuality and with the best price available with our AVE Madrid Málaga tickets.
The trips on AVE trains from Madrid to Málaga are very popular, and there are many reasons for this.
It covers the 417 kilometers that separate these two important cities at high speed ??and with the commitment of punctuality of the AVE train, without waiting, without delays, without queues, you just need to arrive at the platform at the train station of Atocha with a reasonable time in advance, get on the AVE, sit on your seat and get ready to rest, read, watch a movie or just to look at the landscape through the window.
More about the AVE Madrid Málaga
Traveling from Madrid to the beach with the AVE is possible with one of our most beloved lines: Madrid-Málaga. The most important railway station in Malaga is called Málaga - María Zambrano. Before that, it was called Málaga - Término but in 2007 the name was changed. María Zambrano was a Spanish philosopher and essayist who was born in 1904 and died in 1991. During her life she traveled extensively and in her essays we can see a critical voice to the European thought of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that in her opinion, caused the disasters of the twentieth century.
It is the second busiest station in Andalusia, after the station in Sevilla Santa Justa. Before the arrival of the High Speed, the second station with more influx of passengers in Andalusia was in Cordoba Central. Since the arrival of the High Speed ??in Málaga, the number of passengers has increased considerably. Its location is central and it is very well connected through other means of transport. The station is next to the bus station and 9 km from Málaga airport. Málaga is the entrance to the Costa del Sol, a tourist area that goes along the coastline where tourists from different parts enjoy the sun and its beaches. For example in Marbella, Fuengirola, Torremolinos and of course, Málaga.
The Málaga - María Zambrano station was inaugurated in 1862 with the assistance of Queen Elizabeth II. The station that we can see today is the result of works that began in 2005 and ended in 2007. The reason for this remodeling was the desire and need to bring a high speed line to Málaga.
In 2007 the Madrid - Málaga high speed line was opened. In 2008, the connection between Malaga and Barcelona by AVE was also opened. The journey time from Madrid to Málaga with the AVE is approximately of 2 hours and 40 minutes. The average speed is 156 km/h.