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Holidays are an escape from the daily chaos. They are a chance to relax and bond with family or friends, and everyone wants this time to be special, sans trouble. Which is why en Route has crafted the best packages for a worry-free holiday experience. Read on to know more about all the essentials for a happy journey across Spain.

  • Moving Around Spain

    By Bus / Coach

    There are very few places in Spain where buses don't go, but travelling by the local buses is the best option for people who are on a budget. Among the hundreds of bus operators in Spain, the largest range of services are ALSA, Avanza, and Socibus, among others. If you are under 26 years of age and want to travel long distance within Spain, you should inquire about discounts and offers on bus tickets.

    By Taxi / Car

    You can hail a taxi on the streets in Spain, just look for the libre sign on the passenger side of the windscreen. However, keep in mind that while taxis are easily found in and around Spain, hailing one down during the weekend could be quite a task. Alternatively, you could also call radio taxis for your convenience

    By Flight

    Spain's impressive list of domestic air networks makes internal travel a cakewalk. Some of the low-cost airlines that operate internally include Air Europe, which is well connected from Madrid to A Coruña, Vigo, Bilbao, and Barcelona, as well as other routes between Spanish cities; Iberia, the national carrier; and Volotea, a budget airline that has both domestic and international flights.

  • VISA

    Indians travelling to Spain require a valid Europe visa or a Schengen visa, valid for at least 3 months beyond the return date.

  • Best Time to Visit

    Spain has a reliably sunny climate all through the year and is a pleasant country to visit. But if you want to see the country at its best, plan your visit during the months of April, May, June, September, and October.

  • Books, Movies & Music

    Learn more about the culture, people, and history of Spain through these:


    • For Whom The Bell Tolls by Ernest Hemingway,
    • Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra,
    • By the River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept by Paulo Coelho


    • Goya's Ghosts – Miloš Forman (2006),
    • Vicky Cristina Barcelona – Woody Allen (2008),
    • La Gran Familia Española – Daniel Sanchez Arevalo (2013)


    • Shakira,
    • Enrique Iglesias,
    • Camela
  • Downloadables

    Read on to know more handy information you will need before you join en Route Spain! Get your hands on the maps, routes, images, and other useful details in one place with our downloadable brochures and e-MAP.

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