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Our Network on the Iberian Peninsula.

With the full integration of Azkar into the DACHSER network, we are the ideal partner for your logistical challenges throughout the Iberian Peninsula. See for yourself!




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All of our branches on the Iberian peninsula are ISAQ certified.

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With the "supply pipeline", we offer you a unique industry-wide service to guarantee an uninterrupted flow of goods.

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Upgrade your worldwide supply chains: by deeply integrating of our Road Logistics and Air & Sea Logistics networks.

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With DACHSER you always retain control. You are able to respond to changes in your core business quickly and without any loss of quality.


From a single package to a complete truckload DACHSER can provide custom solutions, espacially for your logistics requirements.






El Carrito comes quietly

Mediterranean old town narrow streets are ideal for shopping excursions: Fashion stores stand alongside high-end boutiques and souvenir shops. But the medieval architects didn't take delivery traffic into account. Azkar DACHSER Group has therefore started a pilot project in Málaga—distributing packages by electric vehicles.

Mobile sun catchers

For several years now, DACHSER’s Network Management & Organization division has been conducting research with the prototype of a solar trailer, which has been deployed locally near the Logistics Center Ulm.

A uniform service portfolio

Our three standardized product lines targospeed, targofix and targoflex cover the various requirements of our customers for national and European transport. entargo stands for a uniform service portfolio with consistently high quality standards - national as well as across borders.


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Travel tip — Madrid


Madrid - Plaza Mayor

The Plaza Mayor is one of the landmarks of Madrid that should not be missed. The large square is located in the heart of the city. Construction began in the 16th century on the orders of King Philip III, whose bronze equestrian statue stands at the center of the square. The square, which opened in 1620, is rectangular in shape and surrounded by an arcaded sidewalk. In the past, numerous public events such as bullfights, processions, festivities, theatrical performances, proceedings of the Inquisition, and even executions took place there. Under the arcades are numerous traditional shops, as well as bars and restaurants.

Travel tip — La Coruna

La Coruna

La Coruña – Torre de Hercules

The Hercules tower is one of the world’s oldest Roman lighthouses still in operation. It is located between the Bay of Orzán and the Gulf of Ártabro. It was built during the reign of Emperor Trajan in the 2nd century BC and rebuilt by Charles IV in 1788. The tower has a square floor plan and is 68 meters high. Its light can be seen from a distance of approximately 32 nautical miles.

Travel tip — Valencia


Valencia -Hemisfèric

The Hemisfèric is a digital 3D cinema with a huge concave 900-meter-long screen that nearly surrounds the audience. Several films are presented here daily. They are mainly documentaries lasting no longer than 45 minutes and are suitable for all ages. Innovative 3D glasses which give you the ability to set the language of the film are included with the ticket of admission.

Travel tip — Alicante


Alicante - Explanada de Espana

The Explanada de España is a famous promenade where many locals and tourists like to spend their free time. Spending a convivial evening here is a great experience. Traditions and hospitality are a high priority in Spanish daily life. Traditional festivals and events are also held here at regular intervals.

Travel tip — Barcelona


Barcelona - Park Guell

Park Güell, famously touted as Antoni Gaudi’s tribute to nature, is one of the best-known attractions in Barcelona. The world-famous winding bench decorated with mosaic tiles overlooks the Market Hall, which was patterned on Roman temples. You should take the time to allow yourself to be enchanted by Park Güell.

Travel tip — Bilbao


Bilbao - Guggenheim Museum

The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is a museum of modern art. Permanent exhibitions are displayed on several floors, covering some 11,000 m² of space. In addition, outside traveling exhibitions are among the attractions that draw many visitors annually. The museum is one of seven museums belonging to the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation. The Foundation’s parent institution opened in New York in 1939. The museum in Bilbao is the third of its kind.

Travel tip — Seville


Sevilla – Plaza de Espana

In the heart of the Andalusian capital of Seville lies Plaza de España, one of the most beautiful squares in Spain. Built for the Ibero-American Exposition in 1929, the semicircular square’s impressive architecture is characterized by its red brick and painted tiles. The magnificent main building, flanked by two high towers, houses the Andalusian government today.

Travel tip — Vigo


Vigo – Islas Cies

The Cies Islands are an archipelago made up of three main islands. Only two of those islands, Monteagudo and Montefaro, are accessible to the general public by a bridge connecting them. Ferry boats dock on Monteagudo, and from there you can walk to the island of Montefaro. Unfortunately, because of the strong current between the islands, canoe trips from one island to the other are not possible. If you want to go to San Martiño, a small fee will ensure passage from the ports of Vigo or Cangas.

Travel tip — Lisbon


Lissabon – Straßenbahn Linie 28

It is not just a tram. The original cars from the 1930s are made entirely out of wood on the inside. The ride goes up and down the steep hills of Lisbon, past the main sights, and through incredibly narrow streets. You won’t find a comparable tram anywhere in the world. The 28E route is a regular tram line that runs between the terminal stops Maritim Moniz and Capo Ourique. It passes through the Graça district and along the narrow historic streets of Alfama, past the Miradouro Santa Luzia and the Sé Cathedral, continuing through the center (Baixa) and shopping promenade Rua Auguste, and up a hill through the Chiado District. From there the route goes in the direction of Parliament and the Basilica da Estrela.

Travel tip — Porto


Porto - Igreja da Nossa Senhora do Carmo das Carmelitas

The Church of the Third Order of the Carmelites of Carmo, as the full name states, was built in the eighteenth century. It is one of the most beautiful buildings in the Rococo style in Porto, due not only to the architecture but also to the altar area. A special feature is its side façade, which is kept open by windows with rails and completely covered with tiles.

Travel tip — Meco


Meco - Church of Nuestra Señora de la Asunción meco

This parish church is dedicated to the Madonna of the Ascension and is located at the Plaza de la Constitución. Construction began in the mid-16th century in the Gothic transition style and was completed in the Baroque style in the 17th century.  For this reason the presbytery was constructed out of limestone and the vestry and tower out of brick.

Travel tip — Asturien Oviedo

Asturien Oviedo

Asturien - Oviedo Kathedrale auf der Plaza Alfonso II El Casto in Asturien

The historical part of the old town is located on a hill in the western part of the city and surrounded by a ring road. The San Salvador Cathedral of Oviedo, whose construction lasted two centuries, is the focal point. The church tower reaches a height of 82 meters and dominates the Plaza de la Catedral, which spreads out before it. Other attractions in the cathedral include the large main altar as well as the crypt containing the graves of Asturian kings.

Travel tip — Santander


Santander – Leuchtturm Cabo mayor

The lighthouse Cabo Mayor is a landmark of Santander. It was built from 1833 to 1839 and is still in full operation. A good view of the lighthouse from the sea can be enjoyed from a boat tour through the Bay of Santander, which takes you past the peninsula of La Magdalena.

Travel tip — Vitoria - Gasteiz

Vitoria - Gasteiz

Vitoria-Gasteiz - Plaza de la Virgen Blanca

The Plaza de la Virgen Blanca and the Plaza de España form the city center. In the middle of the Plaza de la Virgen Blanca is a monument commemorating the Battle of Vitoria, where French invasion forces were defeated in 1813. Glazed white wooden balconies adorn the houses around the square. Because of the relatively low winter temperatures, the lowlands around Vitoria are known as the “Siberia of the Basque region.”

Travel tip — Zaragoza


Saragossa - Die Kathedrale von Zaragoza El Pilar

The huge Basilica Nuestra Señora del Pilar is the largest Baroque building in Spain. According to tradition, the Virgin Mary is said to have appeared here to Saint Santiago. The cathedral’s main attraction is the statue of Mary on a pillar in the chapel. The breathtaking frescoes on the ceiling were painted by Goya and Velázquez.

Travel tip — Valladolid


Valladolid – Plaza Mayor

The Plaza Mayor is located in the historical center and is a popular meeting place. After a major fire at the end of the 16th century, the Plaza Mayor was created in a rectangular shape. It is considered a model for the central squares in other Spanish cities such as Salamanca and Madrid. Across from the town hall is the Teatro Zorrilla. This was previously the site of the monastery where Christopher Columbus died in 1506. High granite arches above the winding streets provide shade and a pleasantly cool atmosphere for the shops, bars, and restaurants.

Travel tip — Murcia


Murcia - Casino

To the north of the cathedral, and starting at the Calle Trapería, are the most important pedestrian thoroughfares. They go past the casino to the Plaza de Santo Domingo. The landmark Casino of Murcia, located at Calle Trapería 18, is typical of other Spanish casinos in that it is not a place of gambling but a private club. It will be able to be visited after its renovation is complete.

Travel tip — Granada


Granada – Palast der Alhambra

The two main visitor destinations are on the city’s two hills which face each other: the Alhambra and the Albaicín. From the 13th to 14th century, the Moorish Alhambra was built as a magnificent residence for the Nazarite monarchs. It is the symbol of Granada, and during the season a spontaneous visit is nearly impossible. Accordingly, tickets should be reserved early.

Travel tip — Cadiz


Cádiz – Catedral Nueva

The cathedral’s size is particularly impressive. Wind and seawater have shaped and changed this cathedral over the years. The neighboring Cathedral Museum is known for its monstrances.

Travel tip — Palma de Mallorca

Palma de Mallorca

Mallorca - Strand Cala Llombards

Overgrown cliffs on both sides of the sea rise up over and surround the romantic Bay of Cala Llombards. A hike to the top of the right rock face provides a fantastic view along the coast. A narrow path approximately 100 meters long leads to the beach. Many colorful shoals of fish dare to come fairly close to shore, so that fishermen and snorkelers find what they are looking for. The expansive beach extending into the interior and the flat access to the water are also ideal for families with children.

Travel tip — Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria

Las Palmas de Gran Canaria - Santa Ana Kathedrale

Due to the turbulent city history, construction of the three-naved Santa Ana Cathedral took more than 500 years. The tour includes a visit to the Diocesan Museum, which has numerous religious exhibits from the former colonies. One of the spires can be toured for a fee and offers scenic views of the city and ocean.

Travel tip — Tenerife


Provinz Santa Cruz de Tenerife - Auditorio de Tenerife

The Auditorium of Tenerife was designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava and is a masterpiece with powerful impact. The different floors of the building culminate in the impressive dome in the symphony hall. Round and contoured shapes dominate the space, and at a height of 50 meters, a massive, almost free-floating wing arches over and reinforces the building’s feel of movement and flexibility.