Galicia Transportation

  • Santiago de Compostela
    Santiago de Compostela
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  • Santiago de Compostela
    Santiago de Compostela
    by lotharscheer
  • Santiago de Compostela
    Santiago de Compostela
    by lotharscheer

Galicia Transportation

  • some local public transport coruña to...

    some info on those that want to use public transport, as I do use the car.there is a train from Ferrol to Viveiro, and buses to san cibrao(san ciprian) but not much, here is the infohttp://www.concellodecervo.com/html.php?mipagina=/pages/castellano/transporte.htmyou might want to check www.renfe.eswww.movelia.esThe closest airport is that of A...

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  • Small functional nice airport-A Coruña

    well took the flight from Nantes France so the airport was at same level as small functional, friendly, and easy to navigate. The schedules are well displayed if delays can happenned anywhere here too.You have connection to main cities in Spain and many international like Paris Orly ,Nantes etc.you will be glad to visit, upon getting out, the bus...

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  • Air travle Galicia to Ireland

    Where in Eire?Dublin to Madrid with· AIR NOSTRUM L.A. MEDITERRANEO· AER LINGUS· IBERIA· RYANAIRThen drive. Or fly to one of the three airports.Dublin to BCN· AER LINGUS· RYANAIR· Then fly to one of the three airports· Fly Dubin to Oporto and drive to Galicia. But do not take the toll roads which are electronically tolled (with no manned booths9 It...

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  • Public transport in Galicia

    There are basically 2 ways of getting from Vigo to Sarria using public transport.Route 1 Vigo -Santiago - Lugo - Sarria.Route 2 Vigo- Monforte – Sarria.Route 1 Take a bus or train between Vigo and Santiago. Bus to Lugo and bus to...

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  • Around Galicia by train

    There are two different companies operating a train service in Galicia. The bigger one is Renfe which offers connections from major Galician towns to destinations around Spain aswell as regional services in Galicia.The other one is Feve which operates a narrow gauge train service from Ferrol along the North coast to Bilbao.Train fares in Spain are...

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  • Great Bus Service

    Santiago de Compostella has a Great Bus Service, Busses depart from the bus station which is in walking distance of the city centre and you can catch busses to all over Spain !! we caught a bus out to Ferrol and then at the end of the trip caught another back from Pontedeume back to Santiago de Compostella. Busses are prompt, clan and fairly...

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  • Take the Train to the Coast !!!

    Taking the train to the coast is a great way to travel. there is a regular service from Santiago de Compostela to Coruna, then it is possible to change there and catch the train onwards as far as Ferrol with RENFE ( Then if you wish you can continue along the coast all the way as far as Bilbao on the narrow gauge railway ( FEVE ))Please note that...

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  • Walking around

    To explore Galicia’s cities the best option is to walk. Cities and towns are not that big and walking around will be the wisest option to admire the great architecture of cities such as Santiago de Compostela. So, when arriving at a city, park your car and wander around. Most cities have good parking facilities.

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  • On the road

    To explore Galicia’s natural landscapes - beaches and mountains – I would advise to travel by car. It will allow travellers to go off the beaten path places, with few visitors around. Roads are ok and safe. To arrive in Galicia, both from other Spanish destinations or from Portugal, there are highways or similar roads. Within Galicia, to arrive in...

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  • On foot

    Another way to know and visit the great Galicia is doing the Saint James way on foot. There are several trails, the Portuguese, the Spanish and the French.For centuries, pilgrims bound for Santiago de Compostela preferred the Ponte de Lima(Portugal) way (part of the military Roman road leading from Braga to Astorga) for its being shorter, however...

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  • By car

    The best way to visit all this beautiful Galicia is by car. The roads are great and very well signalized.

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