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Al Andalus - Luxury Train lounge car

Al Andalus is a luxury train that operates through southern Spain.

The carriages were built in France between 1929 and 1930 by the Wagon-Lits Company, and have now been restored to their original splendour that is matched with an on board service that combines quality meals with a romantic travel experience.


Al Andalus has seven renovated sleeper carriages, five of which are original Wagon-Lits carriages dating from 1929.

There are twelve standard suites on the train; each suite has two lower beds, a safe, a closet and a large bathroom.

Each of the twenty superior suites have a double bed (150 x 200 cm), a mini-bar, safe, closet and a full bathroom.

During the day, beds fold into comfortable couches, so that each suite becomes a comfortable private lounge.

All suites are individually air conditioned.

Train stewards are available at all times.

Lounge and dining cars

Al Andalus train has four lounge cars, dating between 1928 – 1930.

These carriages are used as restaurants, saloons and lounges. Music recitals are given in these cars.

All of the carriages are air conditioned and are available 24 hours a day.

Photo - FEVE

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Taken on March 26, 2001