HOW TO GET TO ALICANTE
The city of Alicante can be accessed by land, sea and air. Motorways, dual carriageways and roads connect it to the main cities of Spain and Europe.
The city has a new bus terminal located beside the marina.
The International Airport of Alicante-Elche, situated 10 minutes from the city centre, is one of the main means of accessing the city for visitors arriving into Alicante, from both Spain and abroad.
The train is another comfortable form of travelling to the capital of the Costa Blanca. The station is situated in the very heart of the city. There is also a high-speed connection (AVE), linking Madrid and Alicante in 2 hours.
PUBLIC TRANSPORT IN AND FROM ALICANTE
Visiting the city on foot is comfortable and practical, since the distances are short and it is easy to walk from one end of the city to the other.
Nevertheless, Alicante has a public transport network connecting the most important points in the city and the province by bus.
As well as within the city, you can also use the tram to get to the city´s metropolitan area and the main towns of interest along the north coast of the Costa Blanca: Campello, Benidorm, Altea and Denia amongst others.
The city also has a tourist bus service (TURIBUS) that follows a route with stops at the places of interest. Passengers can get on and off the bus as many times as they wish over the course of a day. There is a multilingual audio system equipped with digital sound in 6 languages and it also has an access platform for people with reduced mobility.
Coach Station: +34 965 130 700 / www.estacionalicante.es
Railway Station: +34 912 320 320 / www.renfe.es
Tram: +34 900 720 472 / www.fgv.es