Barcelona to Burgos by train

How to take the rail journey from Barcelona to Burgos



From Barcelona Sants to Burgos- Rosa de Lima

Journey Summary

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Burgos- Rosa de Lima
Travel Time
5hr 53min
Travel Information

This train to Burgos, which is usually scheduled to depart from Barcelona Sants station at 09:30, travels on a high speed line as far as Zaragoza.

Final Destination: A Coruna OR Gijon

This train also calls at: Pamplona

Departing from Barcelona:

Aim to be at Barcelona Sants a minimum of 20 mins before departure, in order to allow time to pass through the security checks.

At Barcelona Sants station these trains depart from the part of the station used by the high speed trains - vias (platforms/tracks) 1 - 6,
So when you're in the station follow the signs that are pointing the way to the ' Alta-Velocidad' trains.

1 x train per day


Book early and save: Yes

Online bookings open: up to 2 months ahead

This train is usually scheduled to depart from Barcelona Sants station at 09:30, so target that departure time when looking up this journey.

This is a route where it pays off to book ahead, if you can book more than a month in advance it's possible to save more than €20.

This route is also a comparative bargain considering the length of the journey, if you book ahead you can find tickets for under €35.
Though as Renfe doesn't apply a 'tickets from' pricing policy, we're unable to provide prices below.

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Renfe Guide

Renfe is the national rail operator in Spain and it has recently simplified the range of tickets it sells for express and regional train journeys in Spain.
Which is convenient as there are big savings to be made if you book ahead online.

On this journey

Journey Features

High Speed (partial journey)

Good to Know

Burgos Rosa-de-Lima station is to the north of the town, but is linked to the town center, by multiple bus routes/lines, including routes, 2, 16, 12 and 23.

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