Train Tickets to Benicassim on Sale from May 2018
Getting to Benicassim from Barcelona is easy by Trainline.com who sell official spanish tickets for RENFE fwho run Benicassim Trains from all over Spain and Europe. They have advised that Trains tickets for travelling on July 12 2018 are on sale Now. If you are looking to buy a Return ticket you can book return tickets for 18th July 2018 they went on sale from May 2017 but are selling fast!. .. We have spoken the
Rail tickets are opening for sale in May 2018 for travel in July – although with everythingrelated this is subject to change.
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We have just spotted that Train Tickets available for the week of Benicassim Festival. Rail Europe is a English Language website. They have train tickets available from Barcelona to Benicassim ( spelt Benicasim with one I assume same place) or
Castellon is the nearest town to Benicassim, and you can get regular local trains to benicassim from here, there is also a good local bus service which links Castellon to Benicassim.
The Trainline also offer train tickets from Valencia to Castellon , and trains from Madrid to Castellon. Also look out for trains from alicante to benicassim, reus to benicassim girona to benicassim castellon to benicassim If you are looking for a benicassim festival train from barcelona to benicassim ior from valencia airport to benicassim we recommend Rail Europe.
Trains to Castellon / Benicassim Journey Times
From Valencia: 1 h.(approx.)
From Barcelona: 3 h. (approx.)
From Alicante: 3 h. (approx.)
From Gerona: 3 h. 50 min (approx.)
From Madrid: 4 h. 24min. (approx.)
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If you are flying to Barcelona, you are about 290km from Castellon. The Barcelona Airport links to the main train station “Sants” the train station.
It is now also easy to make plane train connections in Madrid. The metro connects Barajas Airport (Madrid’s international airport) with the Atocha train station. Cost is about $1.50. Then it is a 5 hr. train ride to Castellon or Benicassim (that is on normal trains — the “super” high speed train does it in 3 hrs.).
One-way train fare from Barcelona on regular trains runs about $25 or so — and from Madrid this would jump to about $40 again on regular trains. Costs on the high-speed luxury trains will likely be about 50% higher.
In Benicassim, the local bus line runs every 1/2 hr. in the summer season and connects theVoramar and Villa Elisa conference site to downtown Benicassim (pueblo viejo) (it can also be walked in 15-20 minutes walk from the hotel and Villa Elisa). The buses also continue to Castellon which is 40-45 min. by bus.
Any questions please comment below and hopefully some benicassim veterans can answer any queries