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Getting around in Spain

Spain has one of the best bus and train services in Europe. With a well-designed public transport network and a smooth-riding highway system, it is easy to see around Spain.

There are over 40 international and domestic airports in Spain. The extensive network of internal flights are operated by Spanish Arilines and other low-cost international airlines. The largest airports are in Madrid Barajas and Barcelona El Prat. Flying is the cheapest and easiest way to access the different places in the country.

RENFE runs the rail networks in Spain. It is efficient and comfortale, and always runs on time. The best way to get around long distances in Spain is by booking a high-speed train. Just make sure that you book the tickets in advance as a seat reservation is important in most of the routes.

The bus network in Spain is simply excellent. They are clean, comfortable, and totally safe. Its one of the best option for intercity travels, not just for those on a budget, but for all kinds of traveler.

Renting a car is a great way to explore this wonderland. The country has a network of smooth riding highways for unobstructed driving. Hertz, Budget, Avis, and Thrifty are some of the popular car rentals in Spain. To rent a car you must have a driver's license, and must be aged 21 or more.

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