If you are visiting Spain there are a number of possible options for getting around:


Spain has invested a lot of money in its rail infrastructure over the last few years, and there are high speed links (AVE) between some of the major cities. The high speed link between Madrid and Barcelona takes under 3 hours, but will cost over one hundred Euros. Madrid to Seville is also under 3 hours. Standard train services are slower than AVE (journeys take approximately twice as long), but the prices are much cheaper.


Bus services in Spain are very reasonably priced (much cheaper than travelling by train) and buses connect all of the major towns and cities. Many of the bus companies such as EVA offer overnight travel, so you can sleep while you travel.

Car Rental

Rental vehicles offer the greatest flexibility if you want to visit a number of locations in Spain. Away from the busy summer months car rental in Spain is a cost-effective option, with small cars available for well under 100 Euros per week. There are car rental companies all over Spain, many of the internet companies offer the best prices

TIP: Check that your rental car has a low CDW (collision damage waiver) insurance excess – the cheapest rental car prices tend to have large CDW excesses.

Internet companies such as Blue Valley Car Hire offer car hire comparisons at Malaga, Barcelona, Madrid and all major locations in Spain.

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