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Transport guide in Euskal Herria: Air transport, Road Transport and Railway network.

Autonomous Basque Community

Its geographical location grants the Autonomous Basque Community a strategic position in regards to its relationships with Europe and the rest of the Iberian Peninsula.

  • Road Transport

This system is based on two main directions: one running from north to south (Madrid-Irun-Francia and Madrid-Bilbao) and the other from east to west.


Alsa Group


Regular bus services in the Basque country from Bilbao

Regular bus services from Bilbao to the rest of Spain

Regular international bus services from Bilbao.


Regular bus services

  • Railway network

The Autonomous Basque Community is connected through the National Network of Spanish Railways (RENFE) with the main capitals of the Spanish state. And these connections are completed by the Railway network from Via Estrecha (FEVE) which covers the Cantabric cornice and the Eusko Train, which connects the surroundings and the suburban areas of the territorial capitals.

The AVE High-Speed Rail manages the Basque Country international rail networks.


Railway network from Via Estrecha (FEVE). It has two basic routes.

National Network of Spanish Railways.


Services to the Basque Country from Bilbao

Services from Bilbao to the rest of Spain

Railway network from Via Estrecha (FEVE): It connects the Galician locality of Ferrol with Bilbao (Through the north of Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria and Bizkaia) and Bilbao with Leon (crossing over Bizkaia, Burgos, a small part of Cantabria, Palencia and Leon).

This rail network also provides services for passengers in the Autonomous Community of Murcia, and connects Cartagena with Los Nietos.


The Euskotren – Eusko Trensbideak public society / Basque railways Ltd. belongs to the Department of Transport and Public Works of the Basque Government.

The National Network of Spanish Railways (RENFE): belongs to the Ministry of Development and is a passenger and goods railway service.

  • Marine and Fluvial Transport

Transport and Communications in Bizkaia

  • Air transport

The Autonomous Basque Community is equipped with three airports all with an excellent infrastructure for the transport of passengers and goods.

Airport of Foronda (Alava)

Tel: +34 (945) 163-591

Airport of Loiu (Bizkaia)

Tel: +34 (944) 869-664

Airport of Fuenterrabia (Gipuzkoa)

Tel: +34 (943) 668-500

Autonomous Community of Navarre

The Navarre transport network has highways of 3.880 km in length, which are supplemented by the Airport of Noain and 208 km of railways.

· Road Transport

Due to its geographical location, Navarre connects France with Spain and –internally –the Autonomous Basque Community with the Ebro Valley. Navarre is immersed in on the Lisboa-Madrid-Paris and the Paris-Madrid-Algeciras connections, as well as connecting the Atlantic with the Mediterranean Ocean.

By Bus

By Car

· Railway network

· Air Transport

Noain Airport

Tel: +34 (948) 168-700

Regular flights to and from Madrid, Barcelona, Leon, Malaga, Valencia and Palma de Mallorca.


This area has several communication links between northern Europe and the Iberian Peninsula. Therefore, there are many and diverse forms of transport that adapt to different needs.

· Road Transport

An important network of roads and highways (A10, A62, A63, A64) come together in that region from the north of Europe, Spain and the Mediterranean.

· Railway Network

This network offers a wide range of options to get to any city from Iparralde.

SCF – French Railways National Society

· Air Transport

There is a wide range of local, national and international airlines to reach Burdeos, Biarritz, Pau, Perigueux, Bergerac and Agen.

Biarritz Airport

Tel: +33 (559) 438-383

Fax:+33 (559) 438-386


Tel: +33 (559) 333-300

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