How to reach Valladolid
By train from Madrid
Valladolid is linked to Madrid by a high speed train (AVE, Alvia models), which takes around 1 hour.
The trains to, respectively from, Valladolid (Campo Grande Railway Station) are departing from, resp. arriving at, Chamartín Railway Station in Madrid. The other big central station in Madrid, Atocha Railway Station, is linked with Chamartín by a local train (called Cercanías) which takes around 20 minutes.
You can find the timetable and prices in the webpage http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html (in English), where you can also buy and print the tickets (usually available only two months in advance of your journey dates).
By bus from Madrid
There is a bus service ALSA connecting the terminal T4 in Madrid-Barajas Airport to Valladolid. This line has a first stop in the Estación Sur de Autobuses de Madrid (Bus South Station), where you can also take the bus to Valladolid. Please check the timetable and prices here.
The Valladolid airport is located at Villanubla, 10 km west from Valladolid. It currently has no intenational connections, but it is connected to Barcelona, El Prat Airport, to/from where you can fly all over the world. You can check departures/arrivals, public transport (bus, taxi) to the city center, etc. by following this link.
In many occasions the most convenient way to travel to Valladolid is flying to/from Madrid-Barajas International Airport (actually named Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport), and connecting to Valladolid by train or bus (see above). A very complete information concerning flights, services, travel options to move to/from Madrid, etc. is available in the English version of its homepage. In case you need to go from Madrid-Barajas Airport to Chamartín Railway Station (or viceversa), we recommend to take the Cercanías line (very frequent, fast and cheap local train).