Travelling by air

The Spanish airport system, with more than 40 national airports, is within the most extensive network in all of Europe. Amongst the International airports those that have the highest levels of traffic are Madrid, Barcelona, Mallorca, Malaga, Tenerife, Valencia and Bilbao. Actually, it’s possible to get to almost any place within Spain from any European capital within two to four hours. Can you imagine departuring from snowy Oslo and arriving to sunny Malaga in four hours?

Also the network of flights to and from North and South America is considerably high, and Barajas in Madrid receives the highest number of passengers from Latin America. In the last few years with Low Cost flights it’s possible to fly to many Spanish cities for less than 100 euros.

Movemento of Passengers in AENA airports
Movemento of Passengers in AENA airports

Moving on Rails

 Spain has become a world reference regarding train travelling and all thanks to the incredible development of the High-speed AVE trains. Most of the high speed train networks constructed worldwide are based on Spanish technology.


Today Spain’s railway system has nothing to do with the past. It has improved considerably creating a revolution in transporting passengers.


Stations in the centre of cities has reduced waiting time transforming a journey from Madrid to Seville in a pleasant two hour trip; from Madrid to Barcelona in two hours and a half and you can be at the beach in Valencia in an hour and a half.


The network is constantly growing and it’s expected that in a few years the capital cities in all the provinces of Spain to be connected via High-speed AVE trains.

Railway system