How to get here

Organising your journey

Santander has an important network of infrastructures that turns it into a city that is easy to access.
 

en coche

BY CAR

If you decide to come to Santander by car, you should know that the city has an excellent road network, amongst which the A-8 Cantabrian Highway and the A-67 Cantabria-Meseta Highway stand out.
 

Tren

BY TRAIN

RENFE Y FEVE

Located in the Plaza de las Estaciones, Renfe connects Santander to Palencia, Valladolid, Madrid and Alicante.

On the other hand, FEVE connects the city to Bilbao, Oviedo and other towns in Cantabria.

Further information is available on their website or by calling  912 320 320.
 

Autobus

BY COACH

The coach station is located in the centre of the city, opposite the Renfe-Adif Renfe stations. This service allows the city to be connected both nationally and internationally.

Further information is available on their website  or by calling 942 211 995.
 

Avión

BY PLANE

The Seve Ballesteros-Santander Airport offers national and international flights.

Further information is available on the website or by calling 942 202 100.
 

Barco

BY BOAT OR LAUNCH

The city of Santander has a significant amount of shipping traffic. Brittany Ferries offers weekly links to Plymouth and Portsmouth.

Further information is available on their website or by calling 942 360 611.

Additionally, visitors can reach the city using the launches that connect Santander with Somo and Pedreña every day.

Further information is available on the website of Los Reginas  or by calling942 21 67 53.