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Al Andalus

The longest train in Spain, the Al Andalus was the choice of the English royal family when they travelled through the region in the 1920s. Today, this luxury train is still fit for royalty with its decadent décor and sumptuous soft furnishings.

Travelling through the South of Spain in style, this historic train features a bar car and a restaurant car that were built in the 20s and have been lovingly restored to their original glory. Enjoy a drink in the vintage bar and let yourself be dazzled by the service aboard this beautiful hotel on rails.

Luxury Accommodation onboard the Al Andalus

Grand Class Room

This cosy cabin is wood panelled throughout and evokes an era of classic train travel across Europe. Two single beds for the night-time become armchairs by day, providing you with a comfortable living area. Your private bathroom has a shower and all bathroom amenities, giving you everything you need for an atmospheric stay overnight onboard the Al Andalus.

Deluxe Suite

A luxurious suite with a double bed by night, that folds down into a soft and plush sofa by day. Wood panelling brings the essence of retro train travel, while the addition of a regal easy chair brings an atmosphere of royalty. Your private bathroom is equally luxurious and features a hydromassage shower that doubles as a steam room.

Dining on board Al Andalus

The four lounge cars onboard the Al Andalus include two restaurant cars, Alhambra and Gibrafaro, where breakfast is served each morning, some lunches in the middle of the day, and dinner in the evenings. Your waiter will serve you directly at your table and you can choose between buffet dishes and an al a carte menu.

Dishes reflect the cuisine of Southern Spain and give you a chance to sample local foods, expertly prepared by your onboard chef. Dishes are paired with local wines and liqueurs, and tea and coffee is served following your meal.

The Al Andalus Route

Travelling onboard this historic train, you'll journey from Seville to Malaga, beginning in epic Seville. The capital of Andalusia, Seville is a city on a grand scale, with architecture that spans the ages, with an authentic Spanish heart.

Granada, Ronda, Cordoba, and Cadiz, all feature on your stop offs along the way, providing diverse scenery for you to marvel at from the comfort of the train, including the Sierra Nevada and the dramatic coastline of the Atlantic Ocean. Your journey ends in Malaga, a bustling Spanish city with a sunshine coast.

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