Costa Azahar is set in a quite rural area, surrounded by olive and almond trees, in the heart of the Maestrazgo.

Monday, 21 April 2014

Why the train in Spain is more popular than the plane

For the second consecutive month, Spanish travellers making long-distance journeys have opted to use the country’s extensive high-speed rail network instead of flying. Figures for the Easter break are expected to further consolidate the railways’ lead.

Information released by the National Statistics Institute (INE) shows that in February, long-distance trains – including the high-speed AVE – carried 1,954,000 passengers, a 14.3-percent increase on the same month in 2013, and 18 percent up on January.

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