You can find on this page the Spain trains map to print and to download in PDF. The Spain railways map presents the rail network and shows high speed rails routes of Spain in Europe.
The Spanish high-speed train is the fastest one in the world followed by the Japanese bullet train and the French TGV as its mentioned in Spain train map.

Spain rail map

Map of Spain train lines

The Spain rail map shows all the railway stations and lines of Spain trains. This train map of Spain will allow you to easily travel by train in showing the major rail routes and high speed rail routes of Spain in Europe. The Spain rail map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Spain has the most extensive high-speed rail network in Europe, and the second most extensive in the world after China. As of October 2010 Spain has a total of 3,500 km (2,174.80 mi) of high speed tracks linking Málaga, Seville, Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and Valladolid, with the trains reaching speeds up to 300 km/h (187 mph) as its shown in Spain rail map.

Rail transport in Spain operates on four rail gauges and services are operated by a variety of private and public operators. The total route length in 2008 was 15,288 km (8,847 km electrified) as you can see in Spain rail map: most railways are operated by RENFE; metre and narrow-gauge lines are operated by FEVE and other carriers in individual autonomous communities. It is proposed and planned to build or convert more lines to standard gauge, including some dual gauging of broad-gauge lines, especially where these lines link to France, including platforms to be heightened.

FEVE (Spanish: Ferrocarriles Españoles de Vía Estrecha, "Narrow-Gauge Spanish Railways") is another state-owned Spanish railway company, which operates most of Spain 1,250 km (780 mi) of narrow gauge rail. FGC (Catalan: Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya, "Catalan Government Railways") operates several unconnected lines in Catalonia. It operates 140 km (87 mi) of narrow gauge, 42 km (26 mi) of standard gauge, and 89 km (55 mi) of Iberian gauge routes, two metre gauge rack railways and four funicular railways as its shown in Spain rail map. Acciona Rail Services, a subsidiary of Acciona, operates a coal cargo line between Asturias and the province of León.