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Any piece of hand that the client can carry with him, which is easy to transport and intended for travel, is considered baggage.
You may take up to 3 pieces of luggage so long as they fit in the space provided without interfering with the security measures on board the train.
These 3 pieces can be:
2 pieces with a maximum size of 85x55x35cm.
a piece of hand luggage with a maximum size of 36x27x15cm.
The total weight of the 3 pieces must not exceed 25kg.
Bicycle or electric scooter
Each customer may take a bicycle or electric scooter so long as they are disconnected, broken down and stored in a properly sealed bag. Bicycles must have the pedals correctly folded and the handlebars turned at least 90 degrees. In both cases, the dimensions must not exceed 90x120x40 and must not be dangerous or inconvenient to other travellers. One bicycle per coach is permitted.
The transport of bicycles and scooters is free. Only one bicycle per car is allowed.
The loading, custody and unloading of bicycles and scooter is the responsibility of the owner. The customer carrying a bicycle or scooter must at all times take due care to ensure the safety and comfort of other passengers, and is responsible for any damage that may be caused to the train and to third parties. The custody and guarding of these shall be the sole responsibility of their owners.
Two pushchairs per ticket are permitted on trains, with a maximum of 2 pushchairs per coach. The pushchairs must be folded and places in the dedicated space. This information must be provided during the purchase process.
Baggage prohibited on board
The carriage of packages containing hazardous materials such as: explosives, flammable, flammable, chemical or toxic, radioactive, biochemical or corrosive products is prohibited.
It is prohibited to transport weapons without the corresponding licence and documentation. Products intended for wholesale trade, narcotics and illegal substances are also prohibited.
The client must properly place the luggage he carries with him in the places destined for it, avoiding causing possible damage or inconvenience to other passengers and staff on board trains, as well as damage to the material or disturb the railway operation. It is the sole responsibility of the customer to monitor their luggage.