For safety reasons, you shall indicate if you are travelling with Babies, from 0 to 3 years, or Children, from 4 to 11 years of age. A variable commercial discount is applied to these groups of passengers.
Babies and children up to the age of 11 must always be accompanied by an adult and linked to the same ticket. The adult will be responsible for the minor during the trip, as well as for presenting their ID card, or the original Family Record Book (or birth certificate issued by the relevant Civil Registry) if the minor does not have an ID card.
From the age of 12, passengers can travel alone, presenting their documentation. Although the DNI in Spain is mandatory from the age of 14, if a minor child travels alone, it is essential that they have this documentation to prove their identity and to travel with the Canarian resident discount**. ** Proving compliance with the requirements in accordance with Royal Decree 1316/2001 and Decree 222/2000.
*The original of the family book allows to prove the identity of the minor, but not his right to the bonus (discount) of Resident of the Canary Islands. Therefore, in order to apply the Canarian Resident discount to a minor traveling without an ID, the responsible adult must also present, together with the Family Book, the minor's current residence certificate for travel, issued by their town hall.