Travelling to Malaga
Málaga Airport has three terminals. International direct flights are on British Airways, Air Europa and Iberia. Those arriving from the USA would transfer to Malaga in Madrid or Barcelona unless coming via London or Paris. During peak summer seasons there are even direct flights from New York to Malaga with Delta Airlines. Located in Terminal 3 Arrivals, is a tourist office, right near the exit to the bus or train stations.
By High-speed Train:
Málaga is linked to the AVE high-speed train. Its network covers over 3,200km (1988 miles) of the track, the longest in Europe. Its speeds of up to 310km (193miles) per hour thus allowing for fast connections between the linked cities. You can leave Madrid and be in Malaga in less than 3 hours.
By Cruise Liner:
You can also arrive in Málaga by the cruise line and take excursions from your ship berthed in the new Terminal 1 of the newly upgraded Port of Málaga.
Coaches from most of the main centres in Spain arrive at the bus terminal on the Paseo de Los Tilos.
From Madrid: 8 buses arrive daily, journey time approximately 7 hours.
From Cordoba: 5 buses arrive daily, journey time approximately 3 hours.
From Seville: 10 buses arrive daily, journey time approximately 3 hours.