Bus stations

Spain´s first operator
  • 25 authorizations of long-distance operators' bus stations.
  • Some stations also have other transportation media as metro, trains and urban bus.
  • In some of the towns managed by the urban transportation service tourism services are also offered. (Saragossa, Segovia, Orense, Vigo, Benidorm, Malaga…).
  • In demand transportation and bus lines.
  • Rent of vehicles with driver included (schools and enterprises).

Bus stations

Spain's first private operator.

Avanza Group is the national first private operator in matters of the national bus atations management. Currently it manages, in terms of authorization of just participating in the operating, 25 stations from which the passengers are carried at a local or a national level.

Madrid's "Estación Sur de Autobuses" (South Bus Station) is Madrid's biggest transport interchange. Suburban bus lines, metro lines and long-distance lines meet there, with national or international destinations.

In adition, Avanza Group has participations as a trade union in the enterprises that manage the operations of the Benavente, Cáceres, Cuenca, Pontevedra, San Lorenzo de El Escorial, Salamanca, Tordesillas, Valladolid, Toro, Pamplona and Aragonesa bus stations.

The Group also operates in the Way Atalaya customers' area, located at the 179 km. on the A-3 motorway. These installations have all the required services for the passengers.

With 130.000 sq. meters , the stations receive approximately 17 million passengers every year in one million buses, generating a billing of 20 million euros.