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One of the largest bus companies in Spain is ALSA, which covers most of the country with its extensive network of bus routes.

Other popular bus companies include Avanza, Empresa Plana, and Socibus / Secorbus. These companies operate a mix of local, regional, and long-distance routes, serving both urban and rural areas.

In addition to these companies, there are also local and regional public transportation systems that include bus services.


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Renfe is Spain’s national railway company and operates high-speed trains (AVE), regional trains (Cercanías), and long-distance trains (Avant, Alvia, and Intercity) across the country.

Euskotren operates regional and commuter trains in the Basque Country, connecting Bilbao, San Sebastian, and other cities and towns in the region.

thetrainline.com – Compara los billetes de AVE, Avlo, OUIGO e iryo al instante.

FGC (Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya) operates commuter trains, metro lines, and mountain trains in Catalonia, connecting Barcelona with other cities and towns in the region.

+ Trenitalia / SNCF France

Also сheck оut мore info: Incredible trips around Spain for train lovers (spain.info) / Rail transport in Spain (wiki)


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Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas (Madrid), this is Spain’s busiest airport and one of the largest in Europe.

Barcelona-El Prat (Barcelona), second busiest in Spain and one of the most important in southern Europe.

Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (Andalusia), this airport serves the popular tourist destinations of Málaga, Marbella, and the Costa del Sol.

⇒ Also сheck оut мore info: Information about Spanish airports (aena.es).


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Balearia is a major ferry company that operates routes between mainland Spain and the Balearic Islands of Ibiza, Majorca, and Menorca.

Trasmediterranea / Naviera Armas – operates routes throughout Spain, including connections between the mainland and the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, Ceuta, and Melilla.

⇒ Also сheck оut мore info: Spain’s main sea connections (spain.info)


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It’s important to note that driving regulations in Spain may differ from those in your home country, so be sure to review the rules of the road and important regulations before embarking on your journey. Additionally, some cities in Spain have restricted driving zones, so be sure to check local regulations before driving in urban areas.

⇒ Also сheck оut мore info: Driving. How do you drive in Spain? (spain.info) / Driving in Spain (Wikivoyage)