I understand that AVE is high-speed for long distance, Avant is high-speed for medium distances. What about Aliva? On the Renfe "Our Trains" it's listed below AVE. I'm looking at tickets between several cities where all 3 trains are offered. We are traveling with a couple big bags and carryon(s), so we'll probably try to get Preferente or CLub tix. Any real difference in comfort on AVE vs. Alvia vs. Avan?
Renfe AVE, Alvia & Avant Trains
Recent ActivityView all Europe activity »
- 1 London, Vienna, Prague Trip Report -- Part 2 Easter Sunday London
- 2 What is open in Naples on May 1 ?
- 3 Umbria - planning for 3 or 4 days in April
- 4 Netherlands-Belgium-Northern France Itinerary Help
- 5 Train tickets and Theatre tickets: how far in advance to book?
- 6 Monaco to Paris on Monday June 1st to catch 5pm flight from CDG to JFK
- 7 taking kids to france for first time next summer-help!
- 8 Please help with Itinerary Draft for Madrid, Andalucia
- 9 Scotland
- 10 A Very Brief Report of My Recent Trip to Paris
- 11 Nike tennis shoes and leggings
- 12 Change in Travel
- 13 Logistics for Rental Car in Spain
- 14 Thinking About Amsterdam
- 15 Pousadas
- 16 ireland
- 17 How long does it take to hike to the bottom of the gorge in Ronda and back?
- 18 Grandhotel Giessbach in Switzerland
- 19 Best Location for Month Stay in Spain
- 20 Some Ireland enjoyment tips
- 21 France and Spain in 14 days?
- 22 Any other tour/sightseeing sites, besides Viator???
- 23 which mountain for snow experience for non skier - first visit to France
- 24 Traveling with 6 in the Netherlands & Friesland - car or train?
- 25 Naughty or Nice beaches in Nice, FR