The number of daily trains from Barcelona to Pamplona has been temporarily reduced in response to the pandemic.
Final Destination: Irun or A Coruna or Gijon or Pamplona
These trains also call at: Zaragoza-Delicias
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.
Aim to be at Barcelona Sants a minimum of 20 mins before departure, in order to allow time to pass through the security checks.
These trains travel on a high speed line as far as Zaragoza.
2 x trains per day
the usual service is 5 x trains per day
Book early and save: Yes
Online bookings open: 2 months ahead
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 €30.
As Renfe doesn't apply a 'tickets from' pricing policy, we're unable to provide prices below.
Seats will automatically be assigned when booking tickets for this journey.
Rail pass users will need to be pay a reservation fee prior to boarding, but these reservations cannot be booked on the ticket agent's websites.
The mandatory reservations for for rail passes are not available on the Eurail/Interrail reservation service for journeys within Spain.
The only option, other than booking them at a station in Spain, is to pre-reserve seats by calling Renfe phone sales: +34 91 232 03 20.
Pre-reserving a seat is possible up to 24 hours before a train's departure. You will receive a PNR code which you must use to pick up and pay for your reservation at a local station ticket office, making sure to show your Interrail Pass. You must collect your reservation within 72 hours. After this time the pre-reservation will expire.
Please note that a pre-reservation is not the same as a reservation. It only holds a seat for you for 72 hours.
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