More information about trains Zamora
Zamora is a Spanish city located in the Northwest of the Iberian Peninsula, very close to the border with Portugal and capital of the province with the same name. It belongs to the autonomous community of Castilla y León and has a continental Mediterranean climate with cold winters and warm summers.
The best way to travel to Zamora is by train, a comfortable and cheap way. On our website you will find very cheap train tickets to travel to Zamora, from 3,80 € for the cheapest ones up to 98,00 € for the less affordable tickets. We recommend you to travel to Zamora during the time slot in the mañana, because if you can choose, the train tickets are normally cheaper if you buy them to travel in the mañana. The Zamora station has high-speed trains available AVE Zamora
The Zamora railway station is located on the Carretera de la Estación and it offers medium and long distance services to its passengers. It was inaugurated in 1958 after almost 30 years of construction and the building is of monumental and historical character. Every day at 8:25 h stops the first train at the station that comes from the locality of La Coruña, whereas at 21:14 h it stops the last train of the day that comes from the station of Medina Del Campo.
Don’t wait any longer to enjoy Zamora and book now your train tickets on our website from only 3,80 €. A good way to start visiting Zamora is to do it by the railway station itself which is very pretty. From there we will go to the old town, we will pass by the Bullring of the town and then we will arrive at the Baltasar Lobo Museum, a Spanish sculptor who developed the great part of his work in Paris. Nearby you will find the Zamora Casino, of modernist style and built in 1905. Next to the Casino we can admire the Palace of the Momos of the fifteenth century that houses the Provincial Audience today.
The cheapest route to travel by train to Zamora is the one whose origin is in the locality of Cabañas de Aliste, for this route we can find tickets from 3,80 € if we travel on a train of the REG.EXP. type that arrives at the station of Zamora at 8:25 h. On the other hand, we have the route Villena – Zamora, you must know that this route has the least affordable tickets to Zamora, at a maximum price of 98,00 €, if you choose to travel on a train of the Alvia type that reaches the destination station at 16:34 h.
We can continue our route walking towards the Plaza Mayor where we find some of the most emblematic buildings of the city. One of them is the new Town Hall, in front of this is the old Town Hall built in the seventeenth century and current headquarters of the local police. One thing we have to see in Zamora is the Cathedral, the jewel of the city that began to be built in the twelfth century and which has a Latin cross layout, with three naves and a Gothic head that replaced three apses in the sixteenth century. Just outside the Cathedral is the House of the Cid or Casa de Arias Gonzalo of Romanesque style and declared National Artistic Monument in 1931.
The most travelled rail route to Zamora is the one that crosses the 210 Km between Madrid and the city in Castilla y León. For this route the ticket has an average price of 40,79 €. The cheapest option for this route is to make the 210 Km on a train of the AV City type that departs from the station of Madrid at 19:40 h and that reaches its destination at 21:14 h, for this option we have tickets from 12,65 € and by train, it takes 1 hour 34 minutes to complete the route.
If you prefer to make the route Madrid - Zamora on a train of the Alvia type, you need to know that the ticket is less affordable, for a price of 50,50 € and that takes 1 hour 30 minutes to travel the 210 Km of distance between both locations.