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Routes and Services

Your best choice in terms of speed, frequency, facilities, comfort, safety and customer service for work and business-related journeys on the Mediterranean Coast.

It has a top speed of 220 Km/h, twelve daily services that connect city centre to city centre, and an on-board and station crew who provide a service tailored to passenger requirements.

Euromed includes seats in first and standard class and a pleasantly designed buffet car.

There is a space with a wheelchair safety device and an adapted toilet for those with reduced mobility in First class.

First Class

There are 63 seats in first class, including one with a safety device for reduced mobility passengers. There is also an adapted toilet for these passengers, who are able to move easily through the carriages thanks to their special design.

The main features of first class on Euromed trains are space, comfort, lots of light and impeccable décor.

Passengers in first class benefit from the following services, all included in the ticket price: club lounge, free newspapers and in-seat dining. Short journeys are unable to offer in-seat dining.

The carriages are lounge cars with a central aisle and each row has with three seats (two together and one single) with lots of space in-between. There are two vertical luggage racks to one end, as well as overhead luggage racks.

The seats are reclining with a foot rest and can be changed to face the direction of travel. Each seat has individual reading lights and four audio and two video channels.

Standard Class

Standard class has 236 seats with similar features to first class in terms of comfort, light and décor. The carriages are lounge cars with a central aisle and two seats on either side.

There are two vertical luggage racks to one end, as well as overhead luggage racks.

The seats are reclining with a foot rest and can be changed to face the direction of travel. Each seat has individual reading lights and four audio and two video channels.

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