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    Madrid Barajas International Airport

    by traveldave Updated Jul 10, 2014

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    Among the busiest of Europe's airports, Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) is ten miles (16 kilometers) east of Madrid. It offers flights to most European cities, North America, South America, Africa, and Asia.

    Airlines serving Madrid Barajas International Airport: Aeroflot-Russian Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Aerosur, Air Algerie, Air Arabia Maroc, Air Berlin, Air China, Air Europa, Air France, Air Moldova, Air Nostrum, Alitalia, American Airlines, Atlas Blue, Avianca, Blue Air, Boliviana de Aviacion, British Airways, Bulgaria Air, Ceiba Intercontinental, CityFlyer Express, Conviasa, CSA Czech Airlines, Cubana Airlines, Delta Air Lines, easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, Egyptair, El Al Israel Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Finnair, Germanwings, Helitt Airlines, Iberia, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, LANChile, LANEcuador, LANPeru, Libyan Airlines, Lithuanian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa German Airlines, Luxair, Malev Hungarian Airlines, Meridiana fly, My Way Airlines, Norwegian Air, Olympic Airways, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Ryanair, SAS-Scandinavian Airlines, Saudia Airlines, SN Brussels Airlines, Spanair, SunExpress, Swiftair, Swiss International Air Lines, Syrian Arab Airlines, TAM Brazilian Airlines, TAP Air Portugal, Tarom Romanian Air Transport, Thai Airways International, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Vueling Airlines, and Wizz Air Hungary.

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    How to get in and out Cordoba

    by gwened Written Jun 27, 2014

    Another major city with good public transports. I have gone here always by car but then use the wonderful public transport Inside the city. This is it for Cordoba.

    For driving, I come most of the time from Madrid, and sometimes from the other major cities like Granada, Malaga or Sevilla.The parking I use is the one on Avenida de Barcelona corner poeta muhammad Iqbal which is close to the expressway N IVa
    there are others like the Mezquita parking here
    parking calle Sevilla 5 here
    and you find more in the tourist page

    The inner city bus is AUCORSA and the lines takes you all over the city and suburbs. The site is in Spanish but on the left hand column it lets you trace your itineraries knowing the stops
    here it tells you the urban and interurban lines as well as Feria itinerary
    ticket is 1,20€ now for one trip. the lines in real time can be trace here
    and to contact the company they have plenty here

    the bus station inter city is here
    the companies operating out of here are
    to contact the bus station here

    for nearby towns the region has this site that helps you with itinenaries
    you can do correspondance :transfer within 90 minutes with same ticket that starts at 1,30€
    you can buy ticket on the bus or at all these merchants in town

    taxis that I took couple times were this recommended on city site
    Radio-taxi (AUTTACOR)
    Avda. Zafiro Nº2
    14014 - Córdoba
    Tlfn: 957 76 44 44
    Fax: 957 76 40 39
    this is another offered but not used

    the train station is at
    Estación de RENFE
    Glorieta de las Tres Culturas.
    Tlfn.: 902 40 02 02.
    you have the RENFE webpage in contact, here I put the government general site on train stations
    an area to see the fast train experience in Spain, AVE, is here in English

    The airport of Cordoba is at
    Ctra. del Aeropuerto, km.5'8
    Tlfn.:(+34) 913 21 10 00 - 902 404 704
    Fax.: 957 214 143
    All is well explained in English to get to city center on public transport above.

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    How to get in and out Sevilla

    by gwened Updated Jun 27, 2014

    You have many ways to come here as it is a major city. I do most the car, and taken the bus, nver the train, but will try to give some general info on getting in and out of Sevilla.

    The best way is to walk once in the city as all major sights are easily reach. then there is the bike such as
    the system here is Servici in Spanish and have not try it but then again available
    scooters are great too and you can contact

    you have a nice efficient cheap metro/subway/tube as well in English with rates according to how many correspondance you have check for latest rates and traffic info.

    The bus is great with Tussam, and the map with lines is here

    the rates and where to buy in Spanish here

    bus EA takes you from airport to plaza de armas in city center

    Tussam is also the network that handles the tramway, it has these lines stops from the center going further out, are:
    •Plaza Nueva
    •Avda. Constitución (in front of Correos)
    •Puerta de Jerez (in front of Hotel Alfonso XII and the University)
    •Prado de San Sebastian (just next to the regional bus station)
    •San Bernardo

    official taxi is here for official prices and you can reserve in advance online
    but they are others such as
    Tele Taxis
    954 62 22 22
    Radio Taxis
    954 58 00 00
    Eurotaxis de Sevilla
    954 47 60 60
    Taxi Giralda (Eurotaxi - mobility impaired persons)
    954 99 80 70

    you have a train station of course Santa Julia; located on Avenida Kansas City, close to the center. If you choose to walk it's about 15-20 minutes from the center, depending on your location. A cab will also get you there for 4-6€ depending on your location. Two bus lines will drop you at the station itself: Bus C-2 or Bus 32.
    For all your train needs in Sevilla or Spain the official site in English is here
    and govt site on transports here

    intercity buses are plenty here with two stations. Plaza de Armas is about 3 blocks from the Triana bridge and Reyes Catolicos. The Prado de San Sebastian station is close to the university and across the street from the Jardines Murillo. The most confusing thing about bus travel from Seville is the choice of the bus stations. There are two possibilities depending on your destination: Prado de San Sebastian or Plaza de Armas.

    If you are traveling to cities or towns in Andalucia, such as Cádiz, Granada, Málaga or Carmona you need to go to the station in Prado de San Sebastian.
    ALSINA GRAELLS: Teléfono: 954-418-811, Web:
    CASAL: Teléfono: 954-999-285, Web:
    COMES: Teléfono: 954-416-858, Web:
    LOS AMARILLOS: Teléfono: 954-989-184, Web:
    LINESUR: Teléfono: 954-902-368, Web:

    If you are traveling to Huelva or outside of Andalucia, such as Madrid, Extremadura, or Portugal you need to head to the station in Plaza de Armas. webpage here
    ALSA: Teléfono: 954-907-800, Web:
    CASAL: Teléfono: 954-999-285, Web:
    DAMAS: Teléfono: 954-907-737, Web:
    LA BÉTICA: Teléfono: 954-988-220, Web:
    TRANSTES: Teléfono: 954-410-111.
    JIMÉNEZ: Teléfono: 954-904-245, Web:
    LINESUR: Teléfono: 954-902-368, Web:
    LEDA: Teléfono: 954-908-353, Web:
    RAFESA: Teléfono: 954-901-057,
    SOCIBUS: Teléfono: 954-901-160, Web:
    EUROLINES: Teléfono: 954-907-844, Web:

    Then you have the airport San Pablo,located about 12 km north of the city. You can catch a bus to the airport to from the city which has stops in several locations:
    •Palos de la Frontera (next to the Casino de la Exposición)
    •Prado de San Sebastian (just next to the bus station)
    •Pedro de Castro (Hotel Pasarela - Hotel Meliá)
    •Enramadilla (RENFE - Viapol)
    •Avda. San Francisco Javier (Edificio Sevilla II)
    •Luis de Morales (Hotel Portacoeli - Hotel Lebreros)
    •Avenida de Kansas City (Estación Santa Justa - Hotel Ayre)
    one site in English is this one
    and the official page is here

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    How to get in and out Segovia

    by gwened Written Jun 24, 2014

    For me that used to lived in Madrid the best to come here is by car, then bus then train.

    by car you can come on these national roads
    N-110: Soria-Plasencia
    N-603: San Rafael-Segovia
    N-I / E05: Madrid - Irún (Santo Tomé del Puerto)
    N-VI: Madrid-La Coruña (San Rafael)
    Regional autonomous roads
    CL-601 y M-601: Valladolid - Segovia - Madrid (por Navacerrada)
    CL-605: Segovia – Arévalo - Zamora
    A-601: Valladolid-Segovia
    Expressways with tolls
    AP-51 .

    The best route planner in Spain is from the gas stations Repsol here in English
    and you can do route planning on the expressway site in English

    the bus is the Sepulvedana, where they are from Principe Pio but since August 1 they will be from the interchange station at Moncloa. near the University of Madrid area
    and it drops you off at Paseo Ezequiel González, s/n in Segovia bus terminaL. It goes to these cities Madrid, Ávila , Salamanca (passing by Ávila). Also connects with La Granja de San Ildefonso ,El Espinar, and others.

    there is another line Linear, it takes you from Segovia and Valladolid (passing by Cuéllar). Also, connects with Arévalo (Ávila) ,and Aranda de Duero (Burgos). gives choices to connects to La Lastrilla, Santa María La Real de Nieva, Coca, Riaza or Ayllón.

    the train station from Chamartin in Madrid to Segovia station here

    and the station outside at Guiomar for the fast trains AVE

    you can ,also, take the cercanias train at Chamartin to Villalba and from there to Segovia

    the fast train Avant or Alvia or intercity is about 24-28 minute ride with rates from 8,60 to 24,10€ the official train site for Spain is here

    The local bus Urbanos is here
    most past by the Aqueduct and 6,8 goes to train station.No 9 goes to the Alcazar castle passing by plaza 11 and 12 goes to AVE fast train station;BUHO is the night bus line.

    you ,also,have a touristic bus that goes by all major sights ,here is the map of the route and info

    you have lines of metro buses that goest to nearby towns, the station is at Estación de autobuses de Segovia, Paseo de Ezequiel González, 12
    Tel.+34 921 436 782
    some of the most use lines are M1 to M10.You have the schedules in this page link to the pdf file

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    bus to Alhambra and city tour

    by gwened Updated May 4, 2014

    the taxi is about closer to 15€ and most convenient, then you have the bus 30 or 32
    is the bus map of the city

    the bus Schedule

    and then if short on time you can always get on the hop on hop off bus,not my favorite but here for info.

    city tour Granada
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    The Somport Spain France

    by gwened Written Apr 9, 2014

    This is a route that I took many times to visit relatives and show off my girlfriend and now wife of 23 years. WE travel by car along these wonderful mountain passes even before the Somport tunnel was build. Driving on a VW Golf on first gear up the mountain by Urdos, the customs station before the UE took away frontiers.

    The area tourist office is from France,

    and from Spain is at

    you can get route planner from France

    and from Spain

    My first trip here was back in 1991, and I left from Meaux in dept 77 Seine-et-Marne , driving a VW Golf manual trans. no AC, we drove on the A4 to Fontainebleau on the N36 and then took a bit of the A6 passing Melun.then took on the A19 to direction Orléans, and hook up with the A71 to Vierzon, and then the A20 (old N20) to Brive-la-Gaillarde ,Cahors, Moutaban,Tolouse, to get on the A64 to Pau,and then the D934 passing by Gan to Oloron-Sainte-Marie, becomes the N134 to the Spanish border passing Bedous,accous,Candanchu,Canfranc, Villanua, Jaca, Huesca; on the N330, then the A23 to Zaragoza, then the A2 to Catalayud,Medinaceli, around Guadalajara, Alcala de Henares, Torrejon de Ardoz, into Ave de America in Madrid, turn left at calle de Francisco Silvela to left at Calle Alcala past the monumental bullfight ring, and into my old teen neighborhood of Quintana.

    It took then about 17/21 hrs depending on how we stop on the road, having stayed night in hôtels in Pau and Villanua, (tips here in France and Spain). Glorious trips and looking forward to the next one this summer

    shepherds on the Spanish pyrenees passing on the N330 road in Spain arriving in Candanchu passing Accous valley of Aspe
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    driving in Spain

    by gwened Updated Feb 3, 2014

    yes great driving conditions, and great you are driving the best way to see things and little corners of a country. Snow some years and the mountains high up yes.
    see road conditions at repsol, it changes to Spanish for driving but with symbols its fairly easy.
    its the equiv of michelin and it works great in Spain but also other countries like France.

    the driving in cities is fast, but on the country is normal, the automobile assoc there can tell you about driving conditions
    here it is the law from Spain tourist office site

    it is enjoyable and a great way to come close to the culture with freedom of movement You have some newer photos and some older from crossing the pyrénées from France before tunnel days!

    the typical towers in the aragonese mountains driving in Galicia overe the Cantabrian mountains driving from France to Spain A63 and N1 signs the valleys on the N330 just passing from France ,you are in Spain N330
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    By walking in Madrid

    by hopang Updated Jul 24, 2013

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    The city of Madrid is flat and many of the major tourist attractions are within walking distance of each other. Therefore it is ideal to just walking and sight-seeing in the city. However it can be very hot in summer months and you will be sweating profusely at the end of the day. So you need to bring along lots of mineral water with you to quench your thirst.

    We were prepared for a one entire day walking tour in the city center of Madrid one morning. We took subway after breakfast from our hotel at O'Donnell metro station and alighted at Opera metro station. We began our own walking tour by walking westwards passing Teatro Real and Plaza de Oriente towards the Royal Palace (as depicted on our second photograph). We then walked south towards Almudena Cathedral (third photograph). After visiting and exploring the Cathedral, we walked eastwards along Calle Mayor towards Mercado de San Miguel and Plaza Mayor (fourth photograph). We left Plaza Mayor and continued our walking tour eastwards towards Puerta del Sol (our main photograph above). After taking some souvenir snapshots at Puerta del Sol we walked northeast direction under the sunshade "covered walkway" Calle Preciados towards Gran Via, Plaza España (our fifth photograph) and finally Temple de Debod. We had been walking a total distance of approximately five kilometers that day covering at least ten major tourist attractions along the way. It was certainly enjoyable and a very good exercise too!

    The Royal Palace in Madrid Inside Almudena Cathedral in Madrid Plaza Mayor in Madrid Plaza Espa��a in Madrid
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    Atocha Train Station in Madrid

    by hopang Updated Jul 18, 2013

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    Atocha Train Station is the largest of the two train stations in the city of Madrid. It has history that dates back to the middle of the 19th century. But the original building was totally destroyed by fire at the end of the 19th century and was completely rebuilt of steel and glass. Atocha Railway Station has 13 platforms and serves communter trains, regional, inter-city as well as high speed AVE trains. It handles approximately 80,000 passengers per year.

    Atocha Train Station is not just a railway station. It has a unique indoor Tropical Garden complete with turtle pools and some lovely sculptures. The Tropical Garden certainly draws tourists to the railway station although the Tropical Garden is a little bit warmer without air-conditioning. The turtle pools are the most photographed objects in the Tropical Garden. To chill out visitors can visit the shopping and eateries section of the train station which is equipped with air-conditioning. Atocha Train Station can easily be reached by metro from other parts of the city of Madrid. The two subway stations nearest to the railway station are Atocha and Atocha Renfe.

    Passengers who wish to travel to Barajas International Airport from Atocha Railway Station have several alternatives, i.e. by taxis, by metro or by Airport Express buses which cost just 5.00 euros per adult.

    Atocha Train Station in Madrid Tropical Garden in Atocha Train Station Tropical Garden in Atocha Train Station Sculpture of a man and his book Atocha Train Station in Madrid
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    Hop on hop off bus tour in Madrid

    by hopang Updated Jul 17, 2013

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    Travelling by hop on hop off bus is a great way to see the city in Madrid. You plan your itineraries at your own pace and you view the city's tourist attractions and architectural buildings especially at Gran Via from open-top double decker bus. As in many large cities in Europe as well as in other parts of the world, the hop on hop off bus tour is a very popular tour and means of transportation for local and foreign tourists even though it is a little bit more expensive by using this means of transportation.

    There are one and two day passes available in the market and with different routes too. Price of a day pass costs from 21.00 euros per adult and a two day pass costs from 25.00 euros per adult. Commentaries on the bus are in several major European languages including Englsih and Spanish plus Chinese and Japanese. One round trip takes approximately 1½ hours to complete. The operating hours of hop on hop off bus service are bewteen 9.00 a.m. and 10.00 p.m. daily during the summer months with shorter operating hours during the winter months.

    Routes for the hop on hop off buses include the following major attractions such as Prado Museum, Plaza de Colon, Plaza de Cibeles, Gran Via, Plaza de Espana, Temple de Bod, Palacio Real, Almudena Cathedral, Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Santiago Bernabeu and Plaza Torros de Las Ventas. The advantage of this hop on hop off bus tour is that you can plan your itineraries accordingly and at your own pace.

    Hop on hop off bus on the road in Madrid
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    How to drive and park in San Sebastian

    by gwened Written Jul 15, 2013

    its very easy to drive as long as dont get into the old section , there better on foot. I go there and use the car always, park in Gros neighborhood here

    all commodities secure , central,and safe. There are other parking areas for choices

    the areas in red in the map are the cheapest to park, believe me its RED

    and here are identify all the parkings in the city ,click on the area of the map you want and see the parkings available
    The routes to Spain and France cuts across here at N1/AP1 (Madrid-Irún), and the expressways A-8 (Bilbao-Irún) ,and A-63 (Paris-Irún), as well as the local expressway A-15 (Pamplona-San Sebastian).

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    By metro in Madrid

    by hopang Updated Jul 15, 2013

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    Metro underground network in Madrid is the third largest metro network in Europe after London and Berlin. It is the 6th longest metro network in the world with a total length of almost 300 kilometers. Madrid metro has a total of 13 lines. You may travel by line 8 from Madrid Barajas International Airport to the center of the city in Madrid. More than 600 miliions passengers use the metro network in Madrid annually. It has history that dates back to the early 20th century. It is certainly the cheapest way to travel around the city of Madrid.

    The most economical way to travel by Madrid metro network is to purchase a 10 ride pass (a ticket valid for ten journeys and is perfectly legal to use by two or more persons). A 10 ride pass costs just 12.20 euros. If you are staying in the city of Madrid for a few days and when you plan your travel in the city wisely, a 10 ride pass is enough for two persons to last the duration of your stay in Madrid as most of the major tourist attractions are located within walking distance of each other in the heart of the city of Madrid.

    The operating hours of Madrid metro network are between 6.00 a.m. in the morning and 2.00 a.m. late at night. Beware of pickpockets inside the trains as pickpockets are very common in the crowded trains. Don't carry your rucksacks behind your back and don't leave your wallets in your back pockets.

    Metro underground system in Madrid Metro underground system in Madrid Metro underground system in Madrid Metro underground system in Madrid
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    Madrid Barajas International Airport

    by hopang Updated Jul 15, 2013

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    Madrid Barajas International Airport is located approximately 15 kilometers northeast of the city center of Madrid. It is one of the largest airports in Europe. In actuality it is the fourth busiest airport in Europe and handles approximately 50 millions passengers annually. It was officially opened to traffic in the year 1928. It has a total of four terminals although terminal 4 (newest and biggest) handles the most passenger traffic. The Barajas International Airport has four runways.

    Transportation from Barajas International Airport to the city of Madrid is quite frequent and convenient. You may travel by Airport Express buses like we did (cost just 5.00 euros per adult each way), by local buses which take longer time, by taxis (much more expensive) or by metro although by metro is not necessarily faster than by Airport Express buses due to many interchanges along the way and also depends on which part of the city you are travelling. Airport Express buses have only three stops in the city of Madrid, i.e. O'Donnell (first stop), Plaza Cibeles (second stop) and Atocha Railway Station (last stop). Frequency of these Airport Express buses is every 15 or 20 minutes. So you don't have to wait for too long. You can purchase your bus tickets from the driver of the bus.

    You can also travel between the various terminals by free airport transit buses (yellow colour) which arrive and depart between the teminals quite frequently - usually within 10 minutes during peak hours.

    Terminal 2, Barajas International Airport, Madrid Free airport transit terminal bus Taxis waiting for passengers outside Terminal 2 Departure counters at Barajas Terminal 2 Terminal 2, Barajas International Airport, Madrid
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    bus from girona to marseille and al.

    by gwened Updated Jul 11, 2013

    the new AVE fast train line between Barcelona and Figueres is open and running now.

    Girona is another thing usually is where ryanair lands as Barcelona airport lol! From there to Marseille is two countries away with still track train change at Cerbere or port Bou. The AVE is working its way there to eliminate this but will take some time.

    now solutions, eurolines bus company has the run

    frogbus founde by British in 2008 only does the run from girona to perpignan not marseille.

    Marseille will be busy its the European Cultural Capital for 2013. But worth it.

    the train is here

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    bus transport in Bizkaia ,basque country

    by gwened Written Feb 10, 2013

    Gatika(basque) is inland in basque country. you can see if VT has tips about these cities above in destinations. or go to the tourist office in Euskadi Basque country here

    Zumaja is Spanish, been basque it is written Zumaia, here is again the tourist office. this is beautiful coastal area.

    you have each city link above sites, then, the bus is available from Bilbao on the A 316 bilbao mungia and then change bus on the A3531 to Gatika, all is here

    go left column to municipio de Bizkaia in both DESDE and HASTA, go down the selection of cities until you hit the ones you are going, highlighted them and then hit CONSULTA

    When I am in the area I go by car, but the above should help you

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