EL EXPRESO DE LA ROBLA

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A voyage into the nature and culture of northern Spain.

 

 

Overview

El Expreso de La Robla was born with the idea of offering all the charm and comfort of classic rail travel at affordable prices. The common areas of El Expreso de La Robla consist of by three comfortable air-conditioned lounge carriages offering a permanent bar service.

Every morning they are the prepared for an exquisite buffet breakfast, and passengers also enjoy a choice of newspapers, magazines, a library, films and a TV. These lounges are flexible and can be used for conferences, talks, courses and meetings, with all the required technological facilities. All carriages are connected internally, thereby allowing free movement of passengers throughout its length.

Dates
Dates Route Price  
Jun 9, 2023 - Jun 11, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Jun 23, 2023 - Jun 25, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Jul 7, 2023 - Jul 9, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Jul 21, 2023 - Jul 23, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Sep 8, 2023 - Sep 10, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Sep 22, 2023 - Sep 24, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Oct 6, 2023 - Oct 8, 2023
La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)
1050€
Jun 16, 2023 - Jun 18, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Jun 30, 2023 - Jul 2, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Jul 14, 2023 - Jul 16, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Jul 28, 2023 - Jul 30, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Sep 15, 2023 - Sep 17, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Sep 29, 2023 - Oct 1, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Oct 13, 2023 - Oct 15, 2023
La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)
1050€
Lodging

El Expreso de La Robla has four sleeping cars with seven cabins each, all equipped with twin berths, wardrobe, reading light, air conditioning, in-room music, PA system, etc.

The cabins have a fresh, modern atmosphere that allows you a comfortable rest. They also feature an ensuite bathroom with hydromassage shower, washbasin, toilet and hairdryer. 

For passengers’ complete to rest, the train will remain stationary at the station overnight. El Expreso de La Robla is waiting for those who wish to enjoy the night of each town on the way.

Gastronomy

As a tradition in Renfe Luxury Tourist Trains, the finest cuisine is an essential part of El Expreso de La Robla, buffet breakfast aboard and lunch and dinners served in selected restaurants. Delicious fish and seafood from the Cantabrian sea, traditional cuisine from Basque, Cantabrian, Asturias and Castile area form a compendium of innovation and culture.

FAQ

OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE AT CLIENT'S EXPENSE:

  • Laundry service.
  • Bar service.
  • Door to door luggage: pick up and delivery of luggage and belongings from the customer's home and train. 
What is included?
Whats included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Accommodation onboard in double cabins with ensuite bathroom.
  • Onboard buffet breakfast every day.
  • All dinners and lunches serving the finest cuisine in top restaurants (including wine, water, soft drinks and coffee).
  • Welcome drink.
  • Mineral water.
  • Toiletries bag.
  • Tickets for museums, attractions and shows.
  • Excursions and scheduled tours.
  • Coach accompanying the train along the trip.
  • Taxes and services.
  • Daily newspapers and magazines.
  • Security service.
  • Guide throughout the tour.
  • Excellent crew available.

Itineraries of El Expreso de La Robla

La Robla: Bilbao - Leon (3 days/2 nights)

La Robla route offers a unique combination of history and nature that follows the traces of the legendary train, which since the late nineteenth century transported coal from León and Palencia fields to the thriving Basque industry.

La Robla: Leon - Bilbao (4 days/3 nights)

La Robla route offers a unique combination of history and nature that follows the traces of the legendary train, which since the late nineteenth century transported coal from León and Palencia fields to the thriving Basque industry.