Salvador Dalí's hometown, Figueres, is also home to numerous interesting museums, a historic centre that you will want to explore and bustling shops and terraces. What more could you ask for?

It is undisputed: the Dalí Theatre-Museum is a must. Brilliance as far as the eye can see that won't leave you indifferent, from the Cadillac that greets you in the central courtyard to the impressive Palau del Vent room. Another museum, which is quite different but just as interesting,, is the Toy Museum, with more than 4,000 examples, ancient photographs and a space for outdoor activities. However, this city's charms cannot all be seen between four walls: stroll along the lively Rambla and the squares in the historic centre to thoroughly sample everything that Figueres has to offer. Or recharge yourself batteries and walk up to the Castle of Sant Ferrán with its characteristic star layout, well worth a visit!

If you are looking for the fastest, most comfortable and most sustainable, low-cost way of travelling to Figueres, then choose to travel by train. Whether travelling with your family, children or friends, you will always obtain the best price. Avlo high-speed trains make life easy for you.



Figueres Vilafant station in the city centre is open from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and offers a range of services:

  •  Ticket sale
  • Shopping area
  • Car hire
  • Taxi rank
  • Connections to other Renfe trains and bus lines
  • Adapted for people with reduced mobility
  • Car park

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  • Among the surprises awaiting for you at the Dalí Theatre-Museum is the famous Mae West hall, a room that takes on the face of the actress. A huge magnifying glass will help you understand how it comes together.
  • Visit the anti-aircraft shelter under Plaça del Grá. Dating back to the Civil War, it is one of several that were built in this city to protect the population from shelling.
  • Sant Ferrán Castle is the largest modern-era fortress in Europe. Its cisterns, located under the arms yard, can hold nine million litres of water.
  • Brunyols and flaones are a must-try on your visit to Figueres. Give into a little sweetness!