HOW TO GET TO SPAIN: FLIGHTS AND AIRPORTS
Spain has an important and extensive network of international airports which are present in every region of the country. The most important airports in Spain are those of Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona-El Prat, Palma de Mallorca, Malaga, Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Alicante. Spanish air traffic is highly developed. Madrid-Barajas airport is among the most important European airports by number of passengers.
Spain is connected by scheduled flights with the major European and world capitals. The most important Spanish airline is Iberia, which in addition to having a dense network of internal connections, has flights with numerous European nations and is among the most important airlines that connect Europe to Latin America. For European countries there are also connections made by various Low Cost companies including the Spanish companies Iberia Express, Vueling and Volotea which have flights between European countries and numerous Spanish cities and islands (Balearic and Canary Islands). Other major European low cost airlines such as Ryanair and EasyJet also have flights to the Spanish tourist resorts and the main cities of the country.
HOW TO GET TO SPAIN: TRAINS
The Spanish railway network covers approximately 15,000 km in length and connects the main cities of the country with each other. The most important railway line is the high-speed one that connects Barcelona to Madrid and then continues to Seville and Malaga.
The Spanish railway network is connected with the neighboring railway networks of Portugal and France and with the rest of the European railway network.
HOW TO GET TO SPAIN: FERRIES
The Spanish ferry network regularly connects Spain with the main islands of the Balearic and Canary archipelagos as well as with several North African ports, and the Spanish territories of Ceuta and Melilla.
From Italy: Grimaldi Lines and GNV Grandi Navi Veloci have maritime connections with Barcelona from the Italian ports of Genoa, Livorno and Civitavecchia.
Internal connections: The Balearic islands are connected by frequent ferries to the ports of Barcelona, Valencia and Denia. The Spanish cities in North Africa of Ceuta and Melilla also have daily ferry connections to the ports of Almeria (Melilla), Algeciras (Ceuta) and Malaga (Mellilla).
HOW TO GET TO SPAIN: ROADS
The Spanish road network extends over almost 700,000 km of roads, of which more than 16,000 km are of highways. These roads are called autopistas, if they are paid, or autovías, if they have free access. The motorway network has had a significant boost in recent years and now extends to every region of the country.
HOW TO GET TO SPAIN: BUS
The country is well connected by bus with the main cities of the neighboring countries and with the European capitals.
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