How to Reach Alicante


  • By Air: Flights to Alicante disembark at the Alicante Airport aka L'Altet Airport. Just outside the airport is the city bus stop from where you can hop on a bus and traverse to the city centre.
  • By Train: RENFE Train system has frequent trains that link cities such as Madrid and Barcelona to Alicante. Suburban trains connect Alicnate to nearby towns.
  • By Boat: Ferries connect Alicante to Ibiza, Oran, Palma de Mallorca and Alger.
  • By Tram: A tram runs in loop around the province of Alicante.
  • By Bus: Alicante is connected to Valencia,  Granada and Barcelona by bus.


  • By Walking: If you are staying in the old part of the town then most of the attractions are with walking distance.
  • By Bus: Busses in Alicante run from 6.30 a.m. to 11 p.m. However, the bus stops are too few too far.
  • By Car: Renting a car and exploring the city is the best way to travel.
  • By Taxi: Taxis traverse throughout the city and the rates are regulated.
  • By Tram: Trams run on a loop within the province and connect some of the tourist attractions of the city.

Know about the preferred mode of transport, average time spent and average distance traveled for commute in Alicante. The most preferred mode of transport in Alicante is Motorbike.

Average distance: 7.33 km Average time: 26 min

  • Motorbike 33.33%
    Motorbike 13 min Overall average time for 5 kms 13 min
  • Car 33.33%
    Driving 30 min Walking 10 min Overall average time for 16 kms 40 min
  • Walking 33.33%
    Walking 25 min Overall average time for 1 kms 25 min
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