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The geographic location of Burgos and its historical role as a communications hub have made this city a thriving economic enclave and provided its people with a marked entrepreneurial spirit and a solid entrepreneurial and commercial culture.
Today Burgos has a modern and comfortable infrastructure of communications between its industrial areas and major communication routes, it benefits from an enviable quality of life and possesses a strong industrial activity carried out by their companies, many of them leaders in their sectors that place Burgos as the industrial capital of northern Spain.

Within a radius of 250 kilometres (just over two hours by car) it is situated both on the border with France as well as seven autonomous communities totalling more than 35% of GDP, in which about 30% of the Spanish population resides, traditionally representing the highest per capita GDP of the country.




by land, sea

and  air

The Industrial capacity, generator of transport and foreign trade of Burgos has become a transportation hub (the oldest in Spain) with full services for logistics, with a current area of 300,000 m2 that will soon add another 200,000 m2 to enhance intermodality.
Burgos Airport offers daily connections to Barcelona and other links to other airports (Paris, Palma, Alicante, Malaga ...). In addition, Burgos has a radius of less than 240 kilometres with up to seven airports, including that of Madrid, with train and bus connections in less than two hours.
Burgos has connections for the transport of goods by rail to the South (Port of Algeciras), North (Port of Bilbao and Santander), West (Ports of Vigo and A Coruña Ports) and east (Ports of Barcelona and Valencia). As for passengers, the AVE will link Madrid with Burgos in 80 minutes and, in future, with the Basque Country and France in less than 90 minutes.