To the city of Cádiz, due to its location on the coast, we can arrive with any type of transport.
Jerez Airport (formerly La Parra), in Jerez de la Frontera, 35 kilometers from Cádiz, where flights arrive from different Spanish airports. From there to the center we can go, via the N-IV road, by car or by bus for a € 3 ticket, the trip takes 95 minutes. The Cercanías train, for a single € 3.30 ticket leaves you in the center in 50 minutes.
By bus and car:
By road the city is connected to the north, by the N-IV and A4 and to the south by the N-340.
The bus station is in Plaza de la Hispanidad, 1 in Cádiz. Companies arriving from Andalusia: You eat Y The yellow ones. Secorbus, From Madrid; Unionbus, from the northeast of Spain; Dainco, from Extremadura, Castilla-León and Galicia; Ladies, from Extremadura and Alsa, From Madrid.
The station of Renfe It is located in Plaza de Sevilla 1. There arrive daily, travelers from all over Andalusia and Spain, with the High Speed (AVE) services Madrid-Seville and then the regional service. The ticket sales schedule is from 6 a.m. to 9:35 p.m.
In the center is the commercial pier to which services continually arrive, both from cruise ships and the ferry from Transmediterranean to the Canary Islands. The Port steamer It connects Cádiz with Puerto de Santa María for € 3.
The Catamarans of Bahía de Cádiz Transport Consortium They offer a regular service between the cities of the Bay from 7 am to 10 pm for about € 2, depending on the route.