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Most trains linking Madrid with Andalucía stop at Ciudad Real's train station, east of the town centre. Regular departures include high-speed AVE services to Madrid (from €28, one hour).
Built in 1920, the train station is a pretty introduction to the city. High-speed Alta Velocidad Española (AVE) trains run every hour or so to Madrid (€13, 30 minutes).
The long-distance train station is located around 6km southwest of the town. Bus 12 (€1.25, every 30 minutes) links it with the town centre.
The Trainvision trolleybus runs around the main monuments and up to the Mirador del Valle. It leaves from Plaza Zocodover every 30 minutes.
The regional train station is located in the new part of town, southwest of Calle de Fermin Caballero.
The bus station is located next to the train station, an easy stroll away from the centre of town.
The bus station is located to the south of the centre near the Parque de Gasset.