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Strawberry Train (Tren de la Fresa)

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Address: Atocha Station, Madrid, Spain
Phone Number:
+34 902 22 88 22

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A journey full of fun

We were lucky to board on the Strawberry Train on last Sunday. We were going to Aranjuez. The train was an old one with a steam engine. The interior decorations were all back to... read more

Reviewed 29 September 2016
Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand
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Mae Hong Son Province, Thailand
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Reviewed 29 September 2016 via mobile

We were lucky to board on the Strawberry Train on last Sunday. We were going to Aranjuez. The train was an old one with a steam engine. The interior decorations were all back to 1950-60's. I think the young people, in particular the children must find the journey very interesting and the very matured adults like me would remember our... More 

Thank 174winniet
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Reviewed 18 September 2016

Surprise was given when we waited at the platform for an hour and was notified the original locomotive broke down. The company finally used a new electrical model to bring me to Aranjeux. The whole trip was boring and the town is not as beautiful as Toledo. I was even regretted to bring along with my camera. Well, I do... More 

Thank Colin W
Sheffield, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 22 July 2016

Very disappointing and poor value for money. Old carriages with wooden seats, but not a steam train. The hostesses in period costume hand out a little plastic punnet of strawberries to everyone on the train. At the station in Madrid everything seemed a bit disorganised and you have to decide between the palace or the garden tour. I thought the... More 

Thank Cathy E
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Reviewed 5 June 2015 via mobile

Ok, where to start... Booking: complete nightmare. Meant to be able to do this at Atocha Railway Station. Don't even go there... Eventually found our way to the railway museum - which is where it leaves from but you can't book tickets there. A very very helpful young lady helped me to book the tickets online - in Spanish -... More 

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Boca Raton, Florida
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Reviewed 11 November 2013

Tren de fresca (Strawberry Train) is a great (but expensive) way to leave Madrid and see the countryside, but you pay a big price in terms of time, comfort, and Euros. The 2 hour ride is in rickity old wood cars that allow you to feel every bump and bruise. The views are great..the strawberries, not so much. Cost is... More 

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