According to the “Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016” by the World Economic Forum, Spain is among the top ten countries in the world in terms of infrastructure quality.

An excellent transport system

  • Spain has the most extensive network of high-speed trains in Europe (3,000 km built) and the second one in the world (only exceeded by China).
  • It has the largest network of motorways and highways in Europe.
  • It is the 3rd European Union country in terms of air travel.
  • And the 4th European Union country in terms of maritime transport.


  • Spain has more than 30 international airports that facilitate connectivity from anywhere in the world.
  • It is fully connected to Europe, the United States, and Latin America. The opening of new flights to Japan, India, and China has boosted connectivity with Asia.
  • Madrid airport is the 4th European airport and the main connection hub between Europe and Latin America.
  • More than 150 regular airlines and low-cost companies operate in Spain.
  • Seven Spanish cruise ports are among the Top 40 main European ports (Barcelona is #1).

Other infrastructures:

  • An excellent public transport system in all cities.
  • An extensive network of Hospitals and Healthcare Centres across Spain.
  • An extensive network of Banks and ATMs
  • A wide range of Universities and Business Schools.