Air: The best way to get to Spain is by air, especially if you’re coming from outside the European continent. Spain’s national carrier is Iberia, which flies to 109 destinations in 39 countries, and through code-sharing agreement touches a further 90 countries. The busiest airports in Spain includes the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport in Madrid, Barcelona–El Prat Airport, Palma de Mallorca Airport, and the Málaga Airport. Just so you know, Madrid, Barcelona, and Bilbao have the most beautiful airports in Spain, designed by world-famous architects.
Apart from Iberia, other airlines that travel to Spain includes Lufthansa, KLM, Air France, Japanese airlines, China Eastern flights, etc. If you prefer to enter Spain through low-cost carriers, you should consider Vueling, EasyJet, Ryanair, and Blue Air.
Land: In recent times, traveling to Spain by land is increasingly becoming attractive. You will find many companies offering bus transport from different destinations in Europe to all major Spanish cities. Most of these buses are well-equipped with latest features, like Wi-Fi and comfortable sitting. Traveling to Spain by road is reliable, except for the period where there are high crowd and holidays.
The main bus companies in Spain are, Damas, Dainco, Garcia, Hife, iDBUS, La Serrana, Linebus, Conda, Daibus-Interbu, La Union, Lycar, OUIBUS, Therpasa, ALSA, Agreda, Andorinha Rail, and Bus Almeria Madrid BAM. Take advantage of the quality and comfortable bus design to ride in class, while you enjoy journals, magazines, free earphones, and choice entertainment in music and movies. These buses ply several routes within Spain, from Madrid to Granada, and from Pamplona to Bilbao. You can also enjoy rides to neighboring countries like Portugal, France, and Italy through thes