The Spanish public railway company Renfe announced on Monday the start-up on January 21 of its new Avlo high-speed and low-cost train service.
According to a statement from the company, the Avlo tickets will go on sale on 20 January with prices starting at 7 euros.
The new Avlo train service, Renfe's low-cost high-speed train, will offer six daily circulations, three in each direction, between Madrid and Valencia, which means an offer of 2,200 seats per day. Four of the six Avlo trains (two in each direction) will stop at the Cuenca Fernando Zóbel and Requena-Utiel stations.
The price of the tickets will be from 7 euros, which will be sold in a single class
To the base price, the customer can add additional services, such as seat selection, changes or cancellations and additional luggage.
The base price includes a free cabin suitcase and a handbag.
For children under 14 years of age there will be a basic fare of 5 euros, as long as it is accompanied by the issuance of an adult ticket (with a maximum of two child tickets per adult). For large families there are also discounts of 20% for those in the general category, and 50% for large families in the special category.