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Other answers show that with daytime trains you can just barely make it in one day if you drive the last leg from Valencia, or you can have a layover in Paris or Barcelona. The former Ellipsos train-hotel service between France and Spain was discontinued in December 2013 when the high-speed train line was opened. However it is still possible to leave ...


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If you really want to make it in one go it should be possible. According to Eurail the fastest itinerary you could follow from Antwerp-Central to Valencia-Terminal is the following. With this itinerary it would take you 13 hours and 45 minutes to get to Valencia. You can see at the bottom that this trip can be taken on a daily basis. It doesn't matter ...


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You have various options (only in Spanish I am afraid, but use Google Translator and you will make sense of it): http://www.simyo.es/tarifas/prepago.html http://www.vodafone.es/particulares/es/tienda/tarifas-para-movil/ http://www.jazztelprepago.com/tarifas-movil-prepago/nacional.aspx In any case, at the airport any company will offer you the same more ...


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The distance difference is not very big so your alternative route is probably a good choice. I took variants of it several times to go to the west of France from the Benelux and I was happy with it. On the other hand, by 10 AM, I think the rush hour in Paris would already be over and it's not a big concern in the summer anyway (many people will be on ...


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Until quite recently, one option would've involved a night train. However, with the opening of the high speed line across the French-Spanish border, and the associated through TGV trains, the night trains no longer run between France and Spain. It's basically just daytime TGVs or local trains Your journey will be largely similar to one starting in the UK, ...


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My advice is: find hotels outside inner Madrid (that is roughly the area within the M-30 motorway; a ring road). Las Tablas, for example, is a new neighbourhood in the north, planned during the housing bubble, and with low occupancy. That means fairly quiet nights (and days). There seem to be an NH and a Holiday Inn nearby. NB: I cannot recommend these two ...



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