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Located on the south-east coast of Spain, Almeria is a jewel in the golden crown of the Andalusia region. Arriving into this inspiring city is an experience in and of itself, with spectacular views of the old train station and rail headquarters still standing as a tribute to the industrial heritage of this city. Almeria is well served by rail connections, linking the city to other points across Andalusia and beyond. Most services are operated by Renfe. On average, the train to Almeria from Madrid takes 8h05mins, although overnight transfers are often required for evening departures.

Visiting Almeria

After catching the train to Almeria, visitors are only a 10-minute walk from Playa de las Almadrabillas — a beach opposite the port of El Cable Inglés, which is an ideal spot for those who want to experience some of the heritage of this renowned city. A 6-minute walk away, Parque Nicolás Salmerón is also in the vicinity, offering visitors the chance to relax and unwind amidst green open spaces before heading toward Plaza de la Catedral. Here stands the Palacio Arzobispal, with its exquisite Renaissance architecture. Calle Jovellanos is around here too, just 3 minutes from the cathedral, offering some of the best gastronomic delights in the city. Tourists can indulge in fresh seafood and fine wines. Some of the finest cuisine can be found in Casa Puga, which is a historic food centre that's been open since 1870, offering an eclectic mix of Islamic cuisine and traditional Spanish dishes, with Moorish soup being one of the highlights. After spending some time feasting, it's time to head to the Alcazaba and await a spectacular sunset. This monumental fortress is an awe-inspiring sight in its own right, and it makes for the perfect venue to cap off the day in style. Once the sun has set, why not enjoy one of the many coastal walks offered by this maritime Spanish city? Calle de Coches is just under 20 minutes away and makes for an easy walk for those who want to round off their day with a pleasant stroll along the ports and harbours of the city. And, it provides easy connections back into the heart of town for those keen to dance the night away in the historic old town.

Tourists can indulge in fresh seafood and fine wines. Some of the finest cuisine can be found in Casa Puga, which is a historic food centre that's been open since 1870, offering an eclectic mix of Islamic cuisine and traditional Spanish dishes, with Moorish soup being one of the highlights. After spending some time feasting, it's time to head to the Alcazaba and await a spectacular sunset. This monumental fortress is an awe-inspiring sight in its own right, and it makes for the perfect venue to cap off the day in style. Once the sun has set, why not enjoy one of the many coastal walks offered by this maritime Spanish city? Calle de Coches is just under 20 minutes away and makes for an easy walk for those who want to round off their day with a pleasant stroll along the ports and harbours of the city. And, it provides easy connections back into the heart of town for those keen to dance the night away in the historic old town.

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