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How to come to Andalusia? What to take with?
What should be considered during the voyage and tips for the daily life. What are the highlights (events) of the month?
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On the road

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updated: 26/11/10
 

 

Preparation of the voyage

Important documents

- ID or passport
- Car drivers: license, car documents (if coming by own car)
- International health documents
- Students: international student card
- For Hire-a-car: credit card

Better to bring

- Foto film
- Sun creme
- A (smalll) diccionary

 

How to get there

Flight connections

- from the United Kingdom (various departure airports)
to
Almería, Málaga, Jerez de la Frontera, Granada, Seville, Gibraltar
with Iberia, British Airways, Monarch Airlines, SN Brussels Airlines, Easy-Jet, Buzz Airline, Lufthansa

- from the United States of America (various departure airports)
to Málaga, Jerez de la Frontera, Granada, Seville, Almería
with
Iberia, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Air France, British Airways, Lufthansa a. others

Road connections

The main routes in Spain from the french border in the north:

- the eastern route passing Girona, Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Murcia until reaching Almería or Granada/Málaga/Seville.
- the central route passing Girona, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Madrid and from there to Córdoba/Seville or Jaén/Granada/Málaga.
- the western route passing San Sebastián, Bilbao, Burgos, Salamanca, Cáceres and Mérida to Seville/Cádiz.

Train connections

Trains from central Europe (Germany, Switzerland, France) 
No direct trains!! Trains must be changed  various times.

- from Paris to Madrid and then to Andalusia.
- from Strasburg to Barcelona and then to Andalusia.

Useful addresses

Spain Tourist Information all over the world

- Andalusia does not have an own representation outside of Spain. A good alternative are the Spanish Tourist Information Centers. There are 31 of them all over the world, the majority can be found in Europe, but also exist some in the United States of America, Canada, South America and even in Asia.
- In Europe: Lisbon, Rome, Milan, Geneva, Zürich, Vienna, Munich, Francfort, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Brussels, The Hague, Paris, London, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Helsinki, Warsaw and Moscow.
- In North America: Chicago, New York, Miami, Los Angeles and Toronto.
- In Central and South America: 
Mexico City, Sao Paulo and Buenos Aires.
- In Asia: Tokyo, Beijing and Singapore.
 

Spanish Tourist Information Centers
(with hiperlinks)

  

On the road

 

- By car:
Do not park on forbidden areas!
- Do not leave valuable things or documents inside the car. Especially in the big cities it is better to check in first in your hotel!
- Dress yourself discreet when you visit churches or monasteries. The Spanish do wear bathclothes only on the beach.

  

Daily life

 

- Money
Banks open only in the morning (8.30 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.). Money cashiers are very often.  The main credit cards are accepted in many hotels, restaurants, stores and shops.
- Post
Postboxes are yellow and have the typical horn logo. Stamps can be bought in the post office, tobacco and newspaper shops.
- Have in mind the typical opening hours in Spain. Especially during the hot summer months many shops close between 1.30 and 5.30 p.m. - time for a "Siesta". Therefor they open a bit longer on the evening!

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Hyperlinks: Andalusia-Websites

Spanish/English (   )

Oficial Website of "Turismo Andaluz"
(Government of Andalusia)

www.andalucia.org

Tourist Information Website

www.altur.com

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