Since May 1, driving the tram along Costa Blanca is completely free on Sundays. Since this was instituted, more than 500 thousand travelers have used the tram on that day, which is an increase of no less than 50%. The free tram ride does not only apply to the tram along the Costa Blanca, but to the TRAM d'Alacant (province of Alicante), TRAM de Castelló (province of Castellón), and Metrovalencia (province of Valencia). The tram does not run through the center of Benidorm but makes a loop around it, one side towards Calpe and the other towards Alicante. Picture by Harry Fabel The Valencia metro consists of three metro lines, three tram lines, and more than 134 kilometers of track, of which about 19 kilometers are underground. The Castellón tram is actually a trolley bus that runs right through the city. There is only one line route of 8 kilometers with 19 stops.
If you are in Benidorm and you walk along the recently renovated Avenida del Mediterráneo boulevard, you will find a new icon, a 22-meter high information column that can be fully illuminated and provided with information by means of 264 square meters of LED lighting. Picture by Roman Vegas The 22-meter high information column has been given the name 'Tecnohito'. This tower can be seen at the intersection between Avenida del Mediterráneo, Plaza Triangular and Calle Esperanto. It is an information column that is interactive and can show anything such as advertising, video images, photos, and texts or can be completely decorated in different colors. On Saturday 14 May 2022, the 'Tecnohito' was already the gathering point for the Eurovision Song Contest fans who could see the historic performance of the Spanish entry Chanel and 'SloMO' there. A song that was chosen during the BenidormFest festival in the same city in January. The information column will also be