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SINCE 2020 Tolls removed from some motorways. FOR THE TIME BEING, former toll sections of the AP7 (Tarragona to Alicante), the AP4 (Cadiz to Seville) and the AP1 (Burgos to Vitoria) are now free. An unusual bit of good news for motorists !
► ► Road map of Spain
The map below shows the main towns and cities of Spain, and the main road network.
Free motorways are shown in blue, 
Spanish toll motorways are shown in red.
Main roads (mostly modern single carriageway roads) are in green.
See below for best route avoiding Spanish tolls
What is the difference between autovias and autopistas ? See Driving in Spain
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Road map of Spain 
►►►NEW 2024 - For more detail, go to this interactive and zoomable ► route map of Spain

Go to printable pdf version of this map
See also : Map of the regions of Spain

To the south of Spain avoiding the tolls
► Click here for No-tolls route to the south of Spain From southwest France to Alicante and beyond - the Spanish part of the most economical routes from Calais to  the Costa del Sol
► Click here for alternative Spanish routes avoiding tolls
► See also Motorway map of France

Main toll motorways in Spain:

Madrid motorways Toll rates as of January 2023
AP1 - Irun (French border) to Burgos (Car toll 2023 : 22.85 € )
AP2 - Barcelona to Zaragoza  (Car toll : NONE )
AP7 - La Junquera (French border) to Alicante (with some free sections - Car toll 2023 - NONE)
AP68 - Zaragoza to Bilbao   (Car toll 2023 : 33.75 € )
AP8 -  San Sebastian to Bilbao (Car toll  2023: 14.90 €)
AP9 -  Ferrol (north of A Coruña)  to Vigo

Motorways in the Madrid area

Madrid is a maze of motorways, and unless you really want to drive into Madrid, then the best bit of advice is "Don't".  The M50, which is just visible in the bottom corner of this plan, goes 80% of the way round Madrid, and is the outer orbital motorway - and for this reason less busy than the M30 or M40.
   Most motorways in the Madrid urban area are free, but the radial "R" motorways are toll, as are some of the M motorways - but not the orbitals.
For a detailed zoomable online maps of Spain, AboutSpain.net recommends  ViaMichelin

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