RENFE, services company of rail transport for passengers and goods, connects Galicia with other Spanish and European cities. It also allows you to move easily around Galicia via the services that link the different cities.
With more than 1,600 kilometres of coastline, our Autonomous Community has almost 130 ports of different sizes and characteristics. These ports, with their own infrastructures, offer all kinds of comforts to help the arrival of visitors who choose this means of transport. At Galicia’s different nautical-sports facilities you can find all the information you will need to travel here by boat.
Another way of getting to Galicia by sea is by cruise ship. More and more cruise ships leave, arrive or make a stopover in the ports of Ferrol, A Coruña, Vilargarcía de Arousa and Vigo.
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Galicia has an important network of road infrastructures used to bring people who visit us by bus, as well as large, complete terminals in cities and stations in towns for local services.
The different companies that operate in Galicia have information and ticket sales offices at the main bus stations.
The motorways and dual carriageways, along with the general road network, configure mobility infrastructures that allow travellers to reach Galicia and move around very easily.
The main entry routes are: The A-8 that connects the Autonomous Community with the cities and provincial capitals of the north of Spain. The A-6 and the A-52 which join Galicia and Madrid. And the AP-9, which not only takes us to most of the Galician coast but also connects us with the neighbouring Portugal.
The main international companies and an extensive network of local companies also offer vehicle hire services.
Check the access and incidence status for the main roads that enter Galicia. Information provided by the General Directorate of Traffic.