The connection between separate greater towns is secured by several airplane companies. To tell the truth, inland flights in Spain are relatively expensive. So, for instance, one of cheapest air tickets, from Madrid to Malaga, costs EUR 154,- approx. Most frequent are flights between Barcelona and Madrid. To most important flight companies belong Iberia, Iberia Regional-Air Nostrum, Spanair and Air Europe.
Quick and speed inter-town connetions exist between big towns. Small villages could be reached by means of standard bus transfer. On the other hand, the train is more advantageous for longer distances. During top tourist saison, it is recommanded to buy the respective tickets in advance (route Madrid-Sevilla, for instance).
The trains on main routes Renfe (Red Nacional de los Ferrocarrikes Espanoles) are reliable, but not too fast. They are more comfortable, making comparison to the bus, but the transport is more expensive. Spanish railways use various types of trains. Bigger towns have their own nest for short routes, known as „cercanias“ (this nest covers, for instance, the whole area of Comunidad de Madrid). Most of distant trains are equipped with 1st and 2nd class, whereas the chapest and slowest are those regional routes.
By car and by motor-cycle
If you intend to visit Spain with your own car, do not forget to have necessary documents available, such as: driving licence and insurance (green card). Max. alloved speed in communities is 50 kms/h, on main routes it is 100 kms/h and on highways 120 kms/h.
Information and warnings on travelling abroad is to be found HERE.