Main railway companies in Europe
|Renfe is the Spanish national train company and the only provider available if you want to travel Spain by train. Renfe offers both high speed (AVE) and regional trains, and its network includes connections from Barcelona to Valencia, from Sevilla to Bilbao and the busiest European train route, Madrid-Barcelona.|
|Trenitalia is the Italian national railway company and offers three different kinds of train: high speed trains (“Le Frecce”), low cost trains (“Intercity”) and regional trains (“Regionali”). Trenitalia services connect Italian cities from north to south with popular routes like Rome-Florence and Milan-Venice.|
|Acronym of Societé Nationale des Chemins de fer Français, SNCF is the French national railway service. It offers high speed trains (TGV), Intercité and regional trains (TER) covering many popular domestic routes like Paris-Lyon and Lille-Paris and a few international routes like Cannes-Milan and Paris-Bruxelles.|
|National Rail is the trade name used by the Rail Delivery Group, one of the biggest railway service providers operating in the UK. National Rail replaced the services provided by British Rail.|
|Deutsche Bahn is the main railway company in Germany and one of the biggest transport companies in the world. Deutsche Bahn mainly operates long distance and regional connections in Germany but also offers connections to other European countries such as France, Netherlands and Belgium.|
Main bus providers in Europe
|Flixbus is the main intercity bus company in Europe. Based in Germany, its network includes approximately 120000 daily bus connections in 20 countries, including Italy, France and Spain.|
|Ouibus, formerly iDBUS, is the main intercity coach company operating in France. Owned by SNCF (the French national railway service), Ouibus offers both domestic and international connections to all main French destinations, like Paris, Nice, Marseille and Bordeaux.|
|Alsa is one of the main coach service providers operating in Spain, but it offers connections in other European countries as well, such as France, Germany, Italy and Portugal. From 2005 National Express is the owner of the ALSA brand.|
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