This fascinating blue locomotive offers passengers three possible itineraries: The first, starts from Seville or Granada and crosses the spectacular region of Andalusia. The second connects Seville to Madrid passing through Estramadura, a small, autonomous and unpopular community in Spain.
Belle Époque Style
The latest, launched in 2016, goes from Santiago de Compostela to Seville. Belle Époque style combines with the comfort of modern times, although they were built between 1929 and 1930 by Wagon-Lits Company, France, and were used by British monarchs to travel from Calais to the Riviera.