TRANSPORT IN SPAIN
At the time of publication, all RENFE trains in Spain are free to Ukrainian passport holders.
Tickets must be bought in ticket offices with your passport. Free tickets cannot be booked online.
Pets smaller than 10 kilos are always allowed in the trains.
Animals larger than 10 kilos are generally not permitted in trains, but Ukrainian passengers can request to bring larger dogs in cages.
TRANSPORT TO SPAIN
Spanish airline Iberia is offering some free flights to Madrid and Barcelona for Ukrainian passport holders. WizzAir is also offering free flights to Ukrainian people until the end of March.
If you are coming with an animal, you must call to report that in advance.
To find a bus or flight to Spain, you can sign up on this Telegram channel.
Passengers with a Ukrainian passport or ID card are exempt from rail ticket charges in Poland, Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, France, Belgium, Spain and Denmark.
Click here for train info in Ukraine.
For those coming to Spain, you may only need to pay the leg in Italy.
VANS & BUSES
There are buses and vans being used to help transport those fleeing the war in Ukraine, especially those who have barriers to flights and trains.
Contact me for more info, as there is no 'schedule', or find a bus or flight to Spain on this Telegram channel.
EVERY 2-3 DAYS
FROM REFUGEE CAMP AT TESCO SUPERMARKET IN PRZEMYŚL, POLAND
TO BARCELONA AND VALENCIA, SPAIN
There are buses leaving every two to three days, run by NGO Juntos por la Vida, an NGO that has been bringing children from Ukraine to spend the summer in Spain for 20+ years and are on site providing emergency care; more details in their website.
Host families selected by the NGO are offering accommodation upon arrival.
Message with questions and please share among those who may be interested in coming to Spain!