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Algeciras, face the sea, face Africa Discover the southern spanish Algericas, a 115 000 inhabitants city near the Gibraltar strait. With 23 kilometers of coastline, this is one of the most important european harbour but it is also the perfect place to laze on sunny (...)
|From Madrid||05:12||€ 28|
|From Cordoba||03:09||€ 15|
|From Ronda||01:27||€ 10|
Getting around From Algeciras, you can travel to nearby cities and towns. Best price and travel duration below.
|To Ronda||01:27||€ 9|
|To Cordoba||03:18||€ 19|
|To Madrid||05:22||€ 28|
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Algeciras, face the sea, face Africa
Discover the southern spanish Algericas, a 115 000 inhabitants city near the Gibraltar strait. With 23 kilometers of coastline, this is one of the most important european harbour but it is also the perfect place to laze on sunny beaches.
If you like history we advise you to head San Isidro area, which is the eldest part of the andalousian city. Wander around the picturesque and steepy streets and enjoy the bustling atmosphere.
Visit the 18th century Nuestra Señora de la Palma church, or the 17th century Nuestra Señora de Europa chapel. You can also learn more about Algeciras exploring the museum of the city. If you prefer nature, discover the numerous coves such as the "cala secreta" (secret cove) or the "cala arena" (sandy cove) .
Bask on the "Riconcillo’s" beach (meaning the tiny place) or on the Santa Garcia Getares one, surrounded by little hills.
Trains are a convenient way of reaching many towns and cities throughout Europe. The majority of cities in Europe have a minimum of one train station, while larger, more populated cities have two or more stations. Train stations, in general, are located in the heart of the city. Review the map below to get an idea of where the train station(s) in Algeciras can be found.
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Trip from algeciras (spain) to innsbruck (austria). please what would be the easiest itinerary with eurorail global ? night trains (...)I am considering to buy a Eurail Global for this summer. I have an exchange in Innsbruck and I would like to make the trip by (...)
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- "Nice train" Philip l. 23/02/2015
Comfortable, clean and pretty much on time, that sums up my trip on Renfe. I would certainly use Renfe again if traveling in Spain.
- "Convenient and good service" Odette a. 03/06/2014
After a one week vacation traveling by car from Madrid, to Cordoba, Nerja, Frigiliana and finally Algeciras, we took the train back to Madrid. We bought the first class seats and was not dissatisfied. The seats were comfortable and service was good. Would definitely recommend.