Spain has a good developed infrastructure. It has a great railroad system with railroads originating from Madrid as the center point as well as a high-speed network. The major cities have subway systems in addition to bus systems. Due to increased traffic and reconstruction works the roads tend to be congested in rush hours. Spain has nearly a hundred airports from which 43 receive commercial traffic. The most important airports are located in Madrid, Barcelona and Sevilla. Main ports are located in Bilbao, Alegeciras, Tarragona and Barcelona. (ICEX, 2018)
The Spanish telecommunication market is one of the biggest in Europe, with Telefónica as the main operator. It also is the European country with the highest smartphone use.
The rise in retail volume of the mobile phone sector in Spain from 1,6 in 2014 to 2,5 in 2018 supports the growing importance and popularity of mobile phones.
(Euromonitor, 2018). Over 99% of Spaniards have a television and about 91% watch it daily (Advameg, Inc., 2018). When it comes to Spanish households, 78% have computers and circa 83% has access to the internet.
Worldwide Spain was ranked the 12th place in terms of infrastructure and logistical service. With nearly 99% of companies having an Internet connection and broadband access, Spain is a highly digital economy. According to the DESI it is over the European average. (ICEX, 2018)
As one of the leaders in wind power generation and hydroelectric power, Spain is an advanced country in terms of renewable energies. (Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación, 2014)