Category: Transport

April 26th
2013

Renfe adjusts the schedules of early morning trains in both directions and extends the service one hour in the night: The schedule of suburban trains between Malaga and Fuengirola and vice versa change from late April to improve links with the AVE high speed train arriving at ┬áMalaga Maria Zambrano station. With these new schedules, […]


November 12th
2012

On November 14 there will be a general strike in Spain. How does this affect the public transport if you travel during this day? There will be ensured the circulation of 30% of regular commuter trains. This means that between Malaga airport, Malaga city and the resorts of the Costa del Sol there are trains […]



October 27th
2011

The Spanish Ministry of Development opened today the two remaining sections to complete of the so-called Hiperronda of Malaga. The said highway is born with the mission to facilitate communications between the western and eastern Costa del Sol and will also benefit all those vehicles with destination to or from Seville, Cordoba and Granada. The […]


September 26th
2011

25% of long distance trains and suburban trains in Malaga can be affected by strikes on September 29. Union sources indicated that the strike will affect around 25% of commuter trains and long distance trains, ranging the minimum services of suburban trains in Seville, Malaga and Cadiz between 75 and 50% in peak hours and […]


September 7th
2011

As of September 11, the waiting time for suburban trains at Malaga airport is reduced to 20 minutes. Every hour will circulate six trains, three originating in Malaga and three in Fuengirola; thus the daily supply of places in this commuter line will increase by 48%. The first train leaves the station in Malaga Centro-Alameda […]


September 1st
2011

There are many good reasons to book a rental car at Malaga airport, being two important factors the gain in time and comfort provided by a rental car. Nowadays, the process of booking the desired car can be done in a few clicks, is uncomplicated and totally safe, especially if the corresponding company does not […]


August 8th
2011

Users of the suburban train Malaga-Fuengirola will have to wait less to catch a train from next September 11. That day will start operating the new frequencies that will reduce the time of passage of current thirty minutes to twenty. This is possible thanks to the work of widening of tracks which culminated last January. […]



February 16th
2011

The trains will pass through stations every twenty minutes, ten less than now, thanks to the duplication of tracks. From January 24th the commuter train can now circulate on two rails, a breakthrough that opens the door to a significant increase in the frequency of the busiest train on the Costa del Sol. Starting next […]