A Travel Guide to Spain

I have explored some of the Spanish regions from a travel guide so that you can form your own travel options.

Northern Spain

The travel guide says that to access this region, the easiest way is by plane from one of the main airports of UK that flies directly to Bilbao or from the USA to Malaga and transferring there from to Bilbao. Connections with Iberia flights are possible for further connections athwart the North and the rest of Spain.

Sophisticated coach networks are available with Alsa and Eurolines and possibly you can travel whole ways transversely to Europe to Bilbao or San Sebastian and then choose rail connections or local coaches. Also you can sail from the UK’s Plymouth port to Santander with Brittany Ferries, or you are free to opt for the P & O route to Bilbao from Portsmouth.

Castile and La Rioja


As per the elucidation of the travel guide, in order to access these regions, the cheapest way possibly is flying to one of the main hubs of Spain – Bilbao, Madrid or Barcelona for instance, and then either get connecting flights or drive. With Iberia, you can connect for flights in La Rioja to Logrona or in Castile. Rioja to Valladolid, Navarre and Castile are services by an outstanding network of roads making you get something like trouble-free and once more, Alsa coaches connect you with all minor and major destinations athwart the regions and the whole nation.

Aragon, NavarreAragon, Navarre and the Pyrenees

The travel guide throws light on the accessibility of these regions by car or coach from Madrid due to which getting cheap flight to Madrid may be ideal and then driving the E90 to the region’s heart. Considerably you can get a connecting flight to Zaragoza in the midst of the region that forms a good point of jumping off for explorations in this stunning area of Spain. This region can be alternatively accessed by coach or rail. With Pamplona or Zaragoza Eurolines coaches connect you; From the UK to Paris, Eurostar rail conveys you and from Paris a high speed rail link can be caught overnight to Madrid. The options are variable from Madrid, i.e. from connections and local rail, care hire and flight connections locally with Iberia.

Costa Brava and Costa Dorada

The travel guide demonstration has proved that whilst moving east to the gorgeous Northern Catalonian coastal regions of Costa Dorada and Costa Brava, the accessibility thus enhances. For these regions the main airport is Barcelona airport welcoming UK and US flights. Then you can connect to Girona in the region of Costa Brava or Reus in the region of Costa Dorada. Barcelona has a network of underground train itself for access all the way through the city, and if you further want to travel afield the service of Spanish rail RENFE has much of mainline and local services in which both the regions are serviced. In Costa Brave the main coastal road is the A7, by way of the A2 conveying you from Barcelona the west way and C32 conveying you towards South from Barcelona into the Costa Dorada. With ferry services, Barcelona has a port to Genoa, Mallorca, Rome, Ibiza and Menorca.

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