Driving to Spain
Road conditions in Spain are generally good, but beware of steep and narrow mountain roads. The country is mapped out with well-connected roads, making cities and towns easily accessible by car.
The major driving routes into Spain cut through the French and Portuguese borders. The N-I links the French border to Madrid (via Burgos and Irún) and the N-II to Barcelona (via Zaragoza). From Portugal, the southern route via the coast, E1 (A49), passes through Seville, Huelva and Faro; while the northern route, E90 (A6) links Badajoz with Lisbon.
Eurolines international coach services (tel: 902 405 040; www.eurolines.es) has several bus routes that serve major cities in Spain. There are Eurolines services from Madrid and Barcelona to major European cities like Amsterdam, Frankfurt, London, Prague and Rome.