Getting Around Spain

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    AIR FRANCE

    by LoriPori Updated Jan 10, 2015

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    We booked our Spain vacation through Conquest Vacations. I believe this is the first time we have flown AIR FRANCE. We were both impressed with the service, though I do think we paid too much. It was $1023.00 plus 208.00 Taxes CDN. The flight was Toronto - Paris - Malaga. The plane from Toronto to Paris was new and very impressive. Little TV screens were at each seat, and the seats were actually comfortable. The meals were quite good and they had a good beverage service.
    Upon arrival in Malaga a Conquest Vacations representative met us outside the baggage claim and brought us the waiting driver who took us to our Hotel In Torremolinos.

    Latest flights to Spain:
    January 27 to Feb. 27, 2013
    DELTA - Detroit - Amsterdam - Malaga - Amsterdam - Atlanta - Detroit $2124.00 cost for the two of us.
    Will NEVER do this again.

    January 30 to March 2, 2014
    JET AIRWAYS - Toronto - Brussels - Malaga - Brussels - Toronto - $1698.30 cost for the two of us.

    January 28 to March 1, 2015
    LUFTHANSA / AIR CANADA - Toronto - Zurich - Malaga - Frankfurt - Toronto - cost $1467.32 for the tow of us. Booked thru Flightnetwork.com

    Air France Plane KLM
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    How to get in and out, San Sebastian

    by gwened Updated Jan 9, 2015

    its very easy to drive as long as dont get into the old section , there better on foot. I go there and use the car always, park in Gros neighborhood here

    parkingtxofre.com/txofre/ind...

    all commodities secure , central,and safe. There are other parking areas for choices
    http://www.empark.com/en/find-a-car-park

    the areas in red in the map are the cheapest to park, believe me its RED
    http://www.donostia.org/info/ciudadano/t_ota.nsf/fwHome?ReadForm&idioma=cas&id=A434305445201

    and here are identify all the parkings in the city ,click on the area of the map you want and see the parkings available
    http://www.donostia.org/info/ciudadano/tt_aparcamientos.nsf/fwHome?ReadForm&idioma=cas&id=A434305413678

    The routes to Spain and France cuts across here at N1/AP1 (Madrid-Irún), and the expressways A-8 (Bilbao-Irún) ,and A-63 (Paris-Irún), as well as the local expressway A-15 (Pamplona-San Sebastian).

    There are 3 international airport within 100 kms of the city so very convenient I say. Bilbao, Biarritz(FRance),and San Sebastian. I have flown into San Sebastian once, and the airport is small and easy to navigate just outside and about 20 kms
    http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-San-Sebastian/en/Page/1047570390938/
    many connection by bus to the city, in Spanish and basque only but the above site will tell you the number and the schedule you pull below
    http://www.ekialdebus.net/
    The Pesa bus network see site below also connect the airports of Bilbao with San Sebastian
    and of course the nearby French Biarritz also has connections downward with the Pesa and Alsa network and the Conda network to Pamplona. links below in bus section

    It has a nice train station call Estacion del Norte. The national railnetwork is RENFE
    http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html
    and the local basque network Euskotren,
    http://www.euskotren.es/es
    the area is very close to France so many connections from there and here it is
    http://en.voyages-sncf.com/en/

    bus station and connections with eurolines, Alsa, Vibasa(monbus), pesa,conda, and lurraldebus. Links to follow as never use them, prefer to arrive by car and walk
    http://www.eurolines.es/en/
    http://www.alsa.es/en/
    http://www.monbus.es/es
    http://www.pesa.net/pesa/public_home/ctrl_home.php
    http://www.conda.es/en-index.php
    http://www.lurraldebus.net/

    to move about it has a metro network but never use it as arrive by car and then walk,this only connect to Zarautz and some smaller areas around San Sebastian
    http://www.metrodonostialdea.com/

    City buses are nice but again walking is best, the network is DBUS here in Basque station at Fernando Sasiain, 7
    email : info@dbus.es
    however the bus network onlinen is in Basque
    http://www.dbus.eus/
    you have the site with bus lines to reach from airport to hotels here
    http://www.sansebastianturismo.com/en/come/how-to-get-around

    taxis are
    Taxidonosti +34 943 46 46 46
    Vallina Teletaxi +34 943 40 40 40

    bike is limited to about 30 kms of network, only in Spanish or Basque
    http://www.donostiamovilidad.com/

    From june 1 to September 30 there is an island ferry from San Sebastian to Santa Clara island
    Plaza La Lasta s/n – Harbour Ticket Desk
    http://www.motorasdelaisla.com/

    and from Paseo del Muelle, s/n (San Sebastián Harbour)) you have a catamaran rides on the bay
    http://www.ciudadsansebastian.com/

    There is a funicular: Plaza del funicular 4; running from Ondarreta beach to Mount Igeldo about 3 minutes ride! and great views from above too as well as rides
    http://www.monteigueldo.es/en/index_en.php

    Touristic bus and train here
    Bus leaves from: Republica Argentina Street (Provisionally in Okendo)
    Train leaves from: Paseo Salamanca Street
    http://www.sansebastianturismo.com/en/tourist-activities/touristic-transport/1126-touristic-bus-panoramic-route
    http://www.sansebastianturismo.com/en/tourist-activities/touristic-transport/1130-tourist-train

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    Getting to your chosen starting point

    by into-thin-air Written Dec 12, 2014

    Where possible, Especially on your outward journey to your chosen starting point of you Camino it is advisable to book your bus tickets in advance as sometimes when you turn up at the Bus Station (estación de autobuses) you find that there isn’t a bus, or the one that there is, is already full – ALSA Bus is the largest operator, journeys can be planned and tickets can be bought in advance at
    http://www.alsa.es/en/buy-and-schedules/

    Most people walk their Camino’s within a given timeframe and have a prebooked flight home, so the same can be done for the end of your Camino from Santiago de Compostela back to your chosen departure airport

    Two years ago, I tried out the Alsa Supra
    http://www.alsa.es/en/services/supra/?searchType=clase
    If you can afford the extra fare then this is definitely the way to travel – Much more comfort, extra legroom, TV’s in headrests and snacks and drinks included in the price – Just the way to wind down after a long hard Camino

    Another option is the train – However this does tend to be both slower and more expensive, but if you particularly love train travel then journeys can be planned and train tickets can also be bought in advance at
    http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/

    Back to Busses
    When you have no option but to just turn up at the bus station, the first thing to ascertain is who is operating the service that you are wishing to travel on – This can be very confusing and difficult to find out if, like me your Spanish isn’t really up to it (So again, if you can, search online before you set off, it can help a lot) – Then once you have found your operator, the next thing you have to do is identify the correct booth and buy your ticket (Often these booths are closed and only open up a short while before the bus departs)
    Writing both the time and destination of the bus down helps to minimise confusion.
    Then once you have your ticket, there are three numbers on it, The bus number, the stand number the bus departs from and the Seat number you have been allocated.

    Good Luck and Buen Camino
    Rob

    The Alsa Supra Bus Inside the Alsa Supra Bus Views from the Alsa Supra Bus
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    How to come in and out, Cadiz

    by gwened Written Dec 2, 2014

    I have come here by car and bus, and the city is great for walking a delight.

    By car, the city is connected with by the north roads N-IV and A4 ,by the South road N-340.
    The easiest is to come on the A4 from Seville right into the Cadiz peninsula at AP4 and N443 extension over the bay.
    you can use the Spanish route planner by the gas/petrol company Repsol as
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/en/
    and the traffic from official govt site
    http://infocar.dgt.es/etraffic/

    you can take a bus in the city , line 1 and 7 are good to sightseeing. The no 1 go from city center and stop in several places on the new zone of Cadiz running parallel to the beaches of Santa María del Mar and la Victoria. Line 7 links beaches Playa de la Caleta with Playa de la Victoria, stopping at several points such as Campo del Sur area and beach or Playa Santa María del Mar. you can buy the ticket on board, and with the bonobus for 10 tickets you can buy in several stores in town.
    Other buses are
    Transportes Generales Comes
    Plaza de la Sevilla, s/n
    next to train station RENFE
    www.tgcomes.es
    Tel.: 902 199 208
    Destinations in the provinces of Cádiz ,and region Andalucía
    Transportes Los Amarillos
    Avda. Ramón de Carranza, 31
    www.losamarillos.es
    Tel.: 956 28 58 52
    Destination province of Cádiz
    Dainco
    Plaza de la Sevilla, s/n
    next to train station RENFE
    www.dainco.es
    Tel.: 902 422 242
    Destinations in Extremadura, Castilla-León ,and Galicia
    Secorbus
    Avda. José León de Carranza, 20 dpdo.
    www.socibus.es
    Tel.: 902 229 292
    Destination Madrid

    The train station is at Plaza de la Sevilla, s/n
    Tel.: 902 24 02 02
    http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html

    taxi service is officially done by
    Radiotaxi
    Tel.: 956 21 21 21/22/23
    Gadetaxi
    Tel.: 956 26 68 68

    car rental office in city are
    • ATA S.L.
    C/ Plocia, 2
    Tlfno: 956 263 328
    Fax: 956 258 207
    email: atasa@logiccontrl.es
    BAHÍA
    Plaza Sevilla, s/n (train station RENFE)
    Tlfno: 956 271 895
    Fax: 956 271 895
    www.bahiarentacar.com
    EUROPCAR
    Plaza Sevilla, s/n (train station RENFE)
    Tlfno: 956 280 507 / 956 205 168
    Fax: 956 280 507
    www.europcar.es
    HERTZ
    Avda. José León de Carranza, 18
    Tlfno: 956 252 531
    Fax: 956 252 705
    email : spcdz60@yahoo.es
    www.hertz.es
    ATESA
    C/ Puerto Real, 3 (Citroen car dealer in duty free zone or Zona Franca)
    Tlfno: 956 256 603 / 956 262 002
    Fax: 956 256 603 505
    RENT MOTOR
    Ronda del Puente, s/n - (duty free zone or Zona Franca)
    Tlfno: 956 293 459 / 639 374 482
    Fax: 956 262 677
    email: rentmotor2000@rentmotor2000.com
    AVIS
    Avda. Amílcar Barca, s/n (Hotel Tryp La Caleta)
    Tlfno: 607 245 513 / 609 234 709
    Fax: 956 255 981
    www.avis.es

    to rent bicicletas or bikes here
    Urbanbike Cádiz
    Magistral Cabrera, 7
    Tel.: 664 081 381
    email: urbanbikecadiz@hotmail.com
    BICICLETAS VALBAR
    Granja de San Ildefonso, 5
    Tel.: 856 070 694
    email: bicicletasvalbar@gmail.com
    SIGHTS&BIKES
    C/CardenalZapata,6
    Telf.608906152
    www.sightsandbikes.com

    airports , the closest is at La Parra in Jerez de la Frontera, 35 km
    http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Jerez/en/Page/1048519503361/

    and San Pablo, Sevilla, 125 km
    http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Sevilla/en/Home.html
    by boats
    from the cruise terminal you have the ferry Juan J. Sister with destination the Canary Islands. Also ,anchors the boat "Adriano III",daily trips to El Puerto de Santa María.
    a catamarans line connect the city with the bay of Cadiz.
    Trasmediterránea
    www.trasmediterranea.es
    Tel.: 902 454 645
    catamarans service
    Consorcio de Trasportes Bahía de Cádiz
    www.cmtbc.com
    wharf or Muelle Reina Victoria
    Tel.: 956 01 21 00

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    Madrid Barajas International Airport

    by traveldave Updated Dec 2, 2014

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    Among the busiest of Europe's airports, Madrid Barajas International Airport (MAD) is ten miles (16 kilometers) east of Madrid. It offers flights to most European cities, North America, South America, Africa, and Asia.

    Airlines serving Madrid Barajas International Airport: Aeroflot-Russian Airlines, Aerolineas Argentinas, AeroMexico, Aerosur, Air Algerie, Air Arabia Maroc, Air Berlin, Air China, Air Europa, Air France, Air Moldova, Air Nostrum, Alitalia, American Airlines, Atlas Blue, Avianca, Blue Air, Boliviana de Aviacion, British Airways, Bulgaria Air, Ceiba Intercontinental, CityFlyer Express, Conviasa, CSA Czech Airlines, Cubana Airlines, Delta Air Lines, easyJet, easyJet Switzerland, Egyptair, El Al Israel Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Etihad Airways, Finnair, Germanwings, Helitt Airlines, Iberia, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Air, LANChile, LANEcuador, LANPeru, Libyan Airlines, Lithuanian Airlines, LOT Polish Airlines, Lufthansa German Airlines, Luxair, Malev Hungarian Airlines, Meridiana fly, My Way Airlines, Norwegian Air, Olympic Airways, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Ryanair, SAS-Scandinavian Airlines, Saudia Airlines, SN Brussels Airlines, Spanair, SunExpress, Swiftair, Swiss International Air Lines, Syrian Arab Airlines, TAM Brazilian Airlines, TAP Air Portugal, Tarom Romanian Air Transport, Thai Airways International, Transavia France, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, Ukraine International Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, Vueling Airlines, and Wizz Air Hungary.

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    Flying in Spain

    by gwened Written Nov 18, 2014

    Many times we need to research for our flights and nowdays savings is more so than ever, especially if you have a family.

    So the group Trabber had as survey to find the cheapest airlines flying out of Spain, and could be use for those coming in. The picture is the graph of the winners

    You can easily find their webpages on the internet. In addition, I always compare the prices with major wholesalers like expedia, travelocity, kayak, hotwire, edreams, skyscanner, voyages-sncf, govogages, and my favorite selectour. IN Spain, Viajes El Corte Ingles can be a good one as well as Marsans ,grupo iberostar, and trabber ,etc.

    long distances is always an alternative to use the airplane, even in Spain.

    cheaper flying from Spain
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    How to get in and out , Bilbao

    by gwened Updated Nov 7, 2014

    parking is regulated by OTA and has 11 geographical zones in the city
    here they are in pdf file from the city main page
    http://www.bilbao.net/cs/Satellite?c=Page&cid=3000079927&pagename=Bilbaonet%2FPage%2FBIO_contenidoFinal
    parking is not cheap but the one I have used is this one
    http://www.vincipark.es/ficha.php?id=78
    You can try San Ignacio metro station (meter free zone) and take a 10´ ride to the city centre.In addition, you can go a bit out and take the metro in, no need for acar in the city try Las Arenas and Algorta metro station areas. Or the airport ,you need to prebook your parking and get a huge discount,
    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/LandingPage/es/LandingPage_FA/1237553588482/?utm_source=Aena-Aeropuertos&utm_medium=enlace&utm_campaign=Boton

    you can then use public transport to the city.here is the airport in spanish, if can figure it out, let me know.
    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Bilbao/es/Page/1237554477328//Transporte-publico.html

    route planner for directions, tolls, gas/petrol stations, traffic etc Guia Repsol
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/en/

    trains
    trains between Bilbao, San Sebastián and other parts of the Basque country: EuskoTren, FEVE and the national rail operator, Renfe.
    http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html
    http://www.adif.es/es_ES/infraestructuras/estaciones/13200/informacion_000034.shtml

    The suburbian trains is call Aldirikoak
    This site in English gives you a general view of the transport there in San Sebastian =Donostia in basque
    http://www.euskalyvasca.com/en/mu_local_home.html?town=donostia

    This is Bilbao = Bilbo in basque
    http://www.euskalyvasca.com/en/mu_local_home.html?town=bilbo

    for bus is bilbobus
    BIOBIDE - Customer service office
    open Mondays to Fridays from 7:30-20:00. Saturdays: 9:00-14:00.
    address at Licenciado Poza, 6
    Tel +34 94.479.09.81
    E-mail: clientesbilbobus@alsa.es

    http://apli.bizkaia.net/apps/danok/tq/index.html?Idioma=ES
    go left column to municipio de Bizkaia in both DESDE and HASTA, go down the selection of cities until you hit the ones you are going, highlighted them and then hit CONSULTA

    taxi cos in town are
    Radio Taxi Bilbao
    www.radiotaxibilbao.com
    Tele Taxi
    Calle Gordoniz 44
    Tel +34 94.410.21.21
    Radio Taxi Nervión
    Calle Gordoniz 44
    Tel +34 94.426.90.26

    The intercity bus terminal is Termibús, next to the intermodal station of San Mamés. you can go to Termibús by metro stop San Mamés , tramway (EuskoTran) or the suburbian train/ Cercanías de Renfe.
    located at Calle Gurtubay 1
    Tel +34 94.439.50.77
    http://www.termibus.es

    The cable car of Artxanda brings together the square or Plaza del Funicular, next to the Paseo del Campo Volantín, with the hill/forest of monte Artxanda, open from 7.15 to 22.00, andn runs every 15 minutes
    you have several elevators in the city to move about, these are
    The Salve: connecting the upper part of the Puente de La Salve, from their two sidewalks, the Campo de Volantín, located on the opposite side of the Gugenhein Museum, with the River in the middle.
    Father Arrupe footbridge: it connects the upper part of the walkway with the ride of the universities; the other end of the runway ends at the Esplanade of the Guggenheim Museum.
    Square of the funicular: connects the lower station of the funicular railway Euskotren (Deusto-Zamudio line) connection with the District of Matiko.
    PRIM: connect the neighborhood of Santutxu with old, through the streets Zabalbide and Prim.
    Betolaza: connect with Uretamendi Betolaza district, at the height of the ring Street no. 13.
    Ametzola: implanted together with the elevator that serves a municipal parking for residents, it joins the railroad Avenue and Park of Ametzola Irala District through the street battle of Padura.
    Uretamendi: this lift is a continuation of the Betolaza linking the ring Street with the neighbourhood of Rekalde through the Leon Street in Uruñuela.
    Plaza of coexistence, connects this square to the Mazarredo Street, saving architectural barriers of the important pedestrian route that connects the expansion with the right bank of the River through the gateway of Subi Zuri.
    Zurbarambarri inclined elevator connects the districts of Zurbarambarri and Andramari with the path of Zurbarán.
    Rekalde elevator that connects Rekalde square, next to the ambulatory, Artazu Bekoa housing group.
    Mazarredo elevator that connects this street, at the height of the Heros Street, with the paseo de Abando Ibarra.
    Two elevators in Uribarri that saving small height resolved the accessibility of the Trauco crossing Street.
    Iturribide Particular elevator.
    Elevator from street Tutulu, which connects the street Tutulu with the street Bakio.

    you have the bizkaia bus for the region here
    http://www.bizkaia.net/home2/Temas/DetalleTema.asp?Tem_Codigo=195&idioma=CA

    the metro of Bilbao is here
    http://www.metrobilbao.net/en?language=1

    the regional train service for the Basque country is Euskotren
    http://www.euskotren.es/es

    cruise terminal to city center
    http://www.whatsinport.com/Bilbao.htm

    train station santander, feve tramway passing theater Arriaga
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    driving in Spain

    by gwened Updated Nov 7, 2014

    yes great driving conditions, and great you are driving the best way to see things and little corners of a country. Snow some years and the mountains high up yes.
    see road conditions at repsol, it changes to Spanish for driving but with symbols its fairly easy.
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/en/
    its the equiv of michelin and it works great in Spain but also other countries like France.

    the driving in cities is fast, but on the country is normal, the automobile assoc there can tell you about driving conditions
    here it is the law from Spain tourist office site
    http://www.spain.info/en/informacion-practica/consejos-viaje/consejos-practicos/conducir_en_espana/

    it is enjoyable and a great way to come close to the culture with freedom of movement You have some newer photos and some older from crossing the pyrénées from France before tunnel days!

    driving from France to Spain A63 and N1 signs driving in Galicia overe the Cantabrian mountains the valleys on the N330 just passing from France ,you are in Spain N330 repsol service station at Villanua, Aragon
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    How to get in and out Burgos

    by gwened Updated Nov 6, 2014

    nice town I have come by car but will give the public transport as a guide. By car from Madrid take the expressway A1 direct to Burgos.
    route planner here
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/en/map/

    and parkings are here Avda. del Cid - Residencia Sanitaria, Hospital Universitario-Norte, Mercado Sur, Museo Evolución Humana, Plaza España , Plaza Mayor, Plaza Vega - Catedral (the one I use), and Virgen del Manzano

    The train station RENFE is at
    Plaza de la Estación, s/n
    Tél.:+34 947201836
    Fax:+34 947201843
    http://www.renfe.com/EN/viajeros/index.html
    and for info the govt site for train stations in English
    http://www.adif.es/en_US/infraestructuras/estaciones/11014/informacion_000291.shtml
    The train station is at Rosa de Lima to the north of the city in the avenida Príncipes de Asturias, at about 5 km from the city center. you can reach the city by urban bus such as stop just outside station and take lines
    • Línea 25: Plaza España - Eladio Perlado
    • Línea 43: Plaza España - Estación FFCC
    • Línea 80: Universidad - Estación FFCC
    open from 7h15 to 22h and for counter help open from 9h30 to 13h30 and 17h to 20h Mondays to Saturdays mornings only.

    the bus terminal is at
    Calle Miranda 4 y 6
    email: estaciondeautobuses@aytoburgos.es
    Tél.:+34 947288855
    It has two principal entries the main one is at Calle Miranda and behind it is another at calle Aranda de Duero, where the buses come in. It has bar-cafetería, consignment left luggageKiosk, waiting room and counter for the sale of tickets.
    bus lines in city and nearby are many such as
    L01 Avda. Arlanzón - Gamonal
    L02 Hospital Universitario - Carretera de Arcos
    L03 Bda. Yagüe - G3 (por Polígono Docente)
    L03B Bda. Yagüe - G3 (Río Vena)
    L04 La Ventilla - Hospital Universitario
    L05 Barrio del Pilar - G3 (por Río Vena)
    L06 Pza España - G9 (por Francisco Grandmontagne)
    L07 Barrio Pilar - Hospital Universitario
    L08 Gran Teatro - Villafría
    L09 Pza España - Cortes (por Parque Europa y S.Pedro Cardeña)
    L10 Gran Teatro - Eladio Perlado
    L11 Plz. España - Villímar
    L12 Bda. Yagüe - Polideportivo Talamillo (por Poligono Docente)
    L13 Gamonal - Hospital Universitario
    L14 Plaza España - Villatoro
    L15 Soportales de Antón - Centro Histórico
    L16 Plz. España - Castañares
    L17 Plz. España - Cartuja
    L18 Pza Mio Cid - Fuentecillas
    L19 Plz. España - Villímar (P Doc)
    L20 Gamonal-Polig.Industrial Villayuda
    L21 Plz. España - Cortes( por C/ Progreso)
    L22 Bulevar - Hospital Universitario
    L24 Plaza de España - Aeropuerto de Burgos
    L25 Pza. España - E.Trenes - Eladio Perlado
    L26 Plaza de España - Fuentes Blancas
    L27 Plz. Esp - F. Blancas C. Asist
    L39 Bº Pilar - G3 (Pozanos)
    L43 Plz. España - Estación FFCC
    L44 Pza Mio Cid - Polígono Villalonquejar
    L45 Ctra. Arcos - Eladio Perlado
    L80 Universidad - Estación FFCC
    L81 Vitoria 7-Universidades (por carretera de Arcos)
    L85 Esp. El Parral
    L87 Búho Ctra. Arcos -Villimar por Rio Vena
    L88 Búho Avda. Arlanzón - Gamonal
    L89 Cementerio - Centro
    L91 Especial Cementerio - Plaza de España
    L92 Especial Cementerio - Carretera de Arcos
    L93 Cementerio - Gamonal
    and the bus station is near the bridge or puente Santa Maria,Cathedral Santa Maria ,and museum. pdf file of the bus routes of Burgos from the city here
    http://www.aytoburgos.es/archivos/movilidad-y-transporte/articulo/documentos/autobusesburgos.pdf

    there is a taxi stand at Calle de Madrid, coming out of main exit of bus station to the Calle Miranda,turn left and it is at the corner of Plaza Vega and Calle de Madrid. These are others
    Plaza del Cid, C/ Vitoria 27-Cafeteria Milán. Avda del Cid-Edificio Feygon, Calle Madrid 5, Pisones 1, Avda de la Audiencia-Pza Castilla, Hospital Militar, Hospital Universitario, Avda. Eladio Perlado, C/Vitoria-Juan XXIII , Plaza Bilbao-Avda Castilla y León, Avda del Cid 96-Hospital General Yagüe, Hospital Provincial Divino Vallés , Estación trenes Rosa de Lima, Aeropuerto(airport).

    limited bikes or bici but here is some info:
    It operates from the plaza del Rey san Fernando nº 2 (next to Cathedral) from 11:00 to 14:00 and 17:15 to 20:00 h: weekends from June 14 to July 1 and from September 1-14 and Mondays to Sundays in July and august. The rest of the year is upon demand by visitors Bicibur service email at bicicletas@itcl.es

    There, is also an airport at Ctra. Logroño km. 107, Burgos
    Teléfono informatión:+34 902-404704
    http://www.aena.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Burgos/en/

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    How to come in and out , Toledo

    by gwened Written Sep 6, 2014

    Wonderful city always fun to see it, Lucky that I have many times as used to lived in Madrid and have family still just outside Toledo city. Let me tell you how to come here, my way of course is the car is best ::)

    First the roads to get here, and before that a best route planner to get you here in Spain is Repsol, the gas/petrol company ,site in English here
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/en/map/

    then the roads
    from Madrid AP-41:toll road highest 7,55€ at
    www.autopistamadridtoledo.com
    or A-42 the expressway still for free.
    You can also take the A4 from the M30 at Madrid to just before Aranjuez and there take the calle de Picasso or N407 direction Toledo , free road.

    from the South Andalucía, A-4: Autovía del Sur, from Talavera de la Reina,Cacéres, or Portugal ,
    A-5: Autovía del Suroeste; from Cuenca, Albacete or Levante N-400: Autovía Madrid-Valencia (Vía Ocaña); from Ciudad Real CM-42: Autovía de los Viñedos; from Avila, Salamanca and Valladolid N-403: Carretera Toledo-Ávila

    you can have some free parking there if get there early , then walking in the city center is recommended. Some free parking areas are Safont (near the bus terminal of Toledo) signs are posted. Zona Circo Romano - Venta de Aires this is i park with the family, it is near Paseo de Recaredo and you can then move up to old city by escalators.

    Some of the underground parking with fees are
    Juzgados 260 spaces at street Bajada Castilla la Mancha
    Parking Corralillo San Miguel 515 spaces at Paseo del Corralillo San Miguel s/n (this is a Vinci park parking)
    http://www.vincipark.es/ficha.php?id=43
    Garaje Santo Tomé 50 spaces at Calle Santa Ursula, 3
    Parking Recaredo 434 spaces at Paseo de Recaredo, 27
    Parking Nara 206 spaces at Plaza de la Ciudad de Nara
    Parking Aquisgran 284 spaces at Calle Bruselas, 5
    Parking Palacio de Congresos (Miradero) 384 spaces Calle Gerardo Lobo s/n
    nowdays you can easily use Google or repsol to find these places and get directions.

    There is the Barajas or Adolfo Suàrez International airport of Madrid, by road takes about 50 min. by expressway taking the beltway M-40 direction A-42 (Autovía de Toledo). The airport is here in English
    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Madrid-Barajas/en/

    by train as follows
    AVE Madrid- Toledo (medium distance trains in about 25 mins from Atocha station in Madrid. The stations are :
    Estación Puerta de Atocha - Madrid
    address: Glorieta del Emperador Carlos V, s/n.
    with these connections metro line 1 and cercanias or suburbian trains C-1, C-2, C-3, C-4, C-5, C-7, C-8, C-8a, C-8b ,C-10.

    Estación Ferrocarril de Toledo
    address Paseo de la Rosa, s/n.
    Teléfono: +34 925 223 099
    bus lines to old city center L-5, L-6.1, L-6.2, L9.2, L-22 , B-2
    reservation and information at Tel: +34 902 24 02 02
    the train site is
    www.renfe.es

    Buses doing the run Madrid-Toledo and back is as follows
    Autobuses Madrid- Toledo (Alsa- Continental)
    each half an hour with direct trajects about 50 mins duration. Bus terminal stations are:
    Estación Plaza Elíptica - Madrid
    address: Avda. Lusitana, s/n.
    here connections are metro lines 6 (Circular) and 11. bus lines are E1, 47, 55, 60, 81, 116, 155, 247, N15 , N16
    the bus station at Toledo is at
    address: Avenida de Castilla-La Mancha, s/n.
    Tel. +34 925 223 641
    email: estacionbus@ayto-toledo.org
    connection with bus lines to old city center are L-5, L-8.1, L-8.2, L-9.2, L-12 , B-2
    reservation and information at Tel +34 902 42 22 42
    www.alsa.es

    UnAuto is the local bus company for rides in the city althought for most walking will be better.
    http://www.unauto.es/lineas.php
    now single rate is 1,40€
    local office for further information is at
    Calle Sillería, 14 - Tel. +34 925 220 300, and 900 506 848
    email: admon.unauto@gruporuiz.com

    persons with reduce mobility wishing to come, it would be best to contact the organism set up for this and ask questions on how to move and walk in the city. city government email here for info.
    concefamilia@ayto-toledo.org
    most passes by the square Zocodover

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    How to come in and out ,Salamanca

    by gwened Written Sep 2, 2014

    nice city with a cluster old city center. Still I come by car when visiting the city in the past.
    Easiest for most I think is to take a bus or train from Madrid. bus Avanzabus and train Renfe. takes about 2 hrs.By car take the fast expressway A-50; and there from other points the roads A-62 and A-66 are also helpful.
    The city center is pedestrian and once in town best is to walk. However as me, I go in with my car and then walk;to park these are the best underground garages
    http://policialocal.aytosalamanca.es/es/policialocal/aparcamientossubterraneos/
    My favorites are Colon, and Reyes de Espana(metapark).

    The bus company Avanza Bus,has a direct route from Barajas Madrid airport to the city , at Terminal 1 in front of arrivals parking. You can buy the ticket at the bus online www.avanzabus.com, in the airport, on any agency Viajes de El Corte Inglés, that has also one at the airport on first floor Terminal 1

    The bus station in Salamanca is at
    Avenida Filiberto Villalobos 71
    Telephone +34 923 226 079
    avanzabus
    http://www.salamancabarajas.com/web/default.aspx

    The train station in Salamanca is at
    Avda de la estación s/n
    www.renfe.es
    and from Madrid they go from Chamartin station. From airport metro line 8 to Nuevos Ministerios and then line 10 to Chamartin.

    There is a small airport at Matacàn near Salamanca offering charter filghts and some regular flights to other cities in Spain and Europe.
    official info page here
    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Salamanca/en/Page/1047408367985/

    For local buses there is the grupo Ruiz, transportes de Salamanca
    the schedule is here including the night lines
    http://www.gruporuiz.com/plantillas/salamanca/lineas.php

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    How to get in and out ,Jaca

    by gwened Written Aug 25, 2014

    This is a town I have passed by many times over the years, and we set out with the family to finally see in depth. The way we always got here is by car, driving from Madrid or from France.

    The road N330 takes you into the pyrénées mountains and the Tunnel of Somport to France and back. Once in city outskirst you find the centro or road N330a that passes in front of the ciudadela or castle of San Pedro. The N330a takes you to Sabiñanigo and Huesca/Zaragoza as well as the autovia A23. The N240 takes you to Pamplona and al.

    To know the condition of the roads especially in mountanous jaca good to check here in Spanish
    http://www.carreterasdearagon.es/
    for route planning in Spain best is Repsol, the gas service station company
    www.guiarepsol.com

    you ,also ,have a good interactive street planner for Jaca here
    http://www.zureleku.net/jaca/index.php?i=1&v=n
    just magnify it on the left upper level and play with it.

    The best parking is by Plaza Ripa in front of the Bus terminal or Estacion de Autobuses in Avenida de la Jacetania just behind the Cathedral of San Pedro and very inexpensive , we pay 6€ for the whole day.
    Here you have direct buses to Huesca, Pamplona, and Zaragoza by Alosa (part of group Avanzabus).
    http://alosa.avanzabus.com/index.jsp

    and the local bus service has a map with times in Jaca city site here
    http://www.jaca.es/ciudad/transporte-urbano.html

    The autonomous community of Aragon service buses linking several communities in the Valley such as Castiello, Villanúa, Canfranc , and the ski stations of Candanchú and Astún. info link here
    http://www.jacetania.es/jacetaneas/opencms/site/web/portada/informacion_practica/?comboIdiomas=spanish

    By tren RENFE has service from Jaca to several towns in the valley and Huesca, Zaragoza ,and Madrid. The station is in the outkirst of town at Calle de la Estacion. From Ciudadela at calle de Francia (N330a) take Calle Zaragoza past traffic circle take right Calle Fondabos, and continue to Calle de la Estacion. According to Google is about 13 minutes I did not time it as went with my car.
    http://www.renfe.com/

    Train station or Estacion de Tren de Jaca Estacion de Tren, train station Jaca passing train bus terminal ,estacion de autobuses parking Turismo Plaza Ripa
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    How to come in and out Valencia

    by gwened Written Aug 8, 2014

    on public transports see my other tip on driving to:from Valencia.

    The bus schedules pricing and all about them are at EMT the official site
    http://www.emtvalencia.es/ciudadano/index.php

    here you can plan your route in the community of Valencia
    http://www.emtvalencia.es/geoportal/?lang=en_otp

    you have many bus tours from Valencia and inside on the tourist bus here
    http://shop.visitvalencia.com/en/guided-tours/guided-tours-bus-turistic

    bike or bici renting tours are here
    http://shop.visitvalencia.com/tienda/TiendaProductos.aspx?idcategoria=63&elemento=Bicis&idioma=en

    The trains site is
    www.renfe.es

    for cercanias or nearby local train find schedules here
    http://www.renfe.com/viajeros/cercanias/valencia/

    for the train station in Valencia official info in English here
    http://www.adif.es/en_US/infraestructuras/estaciones/3216/informacion_000382.shtml

    the airport info for Valencia is here
    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Valencia/en/Page/1048790574453/
    bus 150 link the airport to city center and the train too to carrer de colon
    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Valencia/en/InfoPractica_FP/1237554653840/1237554654651/Underground.html?other=1237554653763

    http://www.aena-aeropuertos.es/csee/Satellite/Aeropuerto-Valencia/en/InfoPractica_FP/1237554651270/1237554654651/Line-150.html?other=1237554651138

    more info on transport in Valencia from good source
    http://www.valencia-cityguide.com/valencia-railway-station.html

    train station of Valencia
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    The Somport Spain France

    by gwened Updated Aug 1, 2014

    This is a route that I took many times to visit relatives and show off my girlfriend and now wife of 23 years. WE travel by car along these wonderful mountain passes even before the Somport tunnel was build. Driving on a VW Golf on first gear up the mountain by Urdos, the customs station before the UE took away frontiers.

    The area tourist office is from France,
    http://www.tourisme-aspe.com/valley-villages-pyrenees.html

    and from Spain is at
    http://www.turismodearagon.com/web/EN/home.asp

    you can get route planner from France
    http://www.viamichelin.com/

    and from Spain
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/es_en/home/

    My first trip here was back in 1991, and I left from Meaux in dept 77 Seine-et-Marne , driving a VW Golf manual trans. no AC, we drove on the A4 to Fontainebleau on the N36 and then took a bit of the A6 passing Melun.then took on the A19 to direction Orléans, and hook up with the A71 to Vierzon, and then the A20 (old N20) to Brive-la-Gaillarde ,Cahors, Moutaban,Toulouse, to get on the A64 to Pau,and then the D934 passing by Gan to Oloron-Sainte-Marie, becomes the N134 to the Spanish border passing Bedous,accous,Candanchu,Canfranc, Villanua, Jaca, Huesca; on the N330, then the A23 to Zaragoza, then the A2 to Catalayud,Medinaceli, around Guadalajara, Alcala de Henares, Torrejon de Ardoz, into Ave de America in Madrid, turn left at calle de Francisco Silvela to left at Calle Alcala past the monumental bullfight ring, and into my old teen neighborhood of Quintana.

    It took then about 17/21 hrs depending on how we stop on the road, having stayed night in hôtels in Pau and Villanua, (tips here in France and Spain). Glorious trips and looking forward to the next one

    shepherds on the Spanish pyrenees passing on the N330 road in Spain arriving in Candanchu passing Accous valley of Aspe
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    How to come in and out of Malaga

    by gwened Updated Jul 30, 2014

    a city overwhelmed by tourists , great weather and nice monument has a good public transport system, hope to cover as much as possible here.

    you have the EMT bus system, 33 bus lines in the city all here in English
    http://www.emtmalaga.es/emt-classic/home.html?lang=en

    you have a tourist bus that allows you to see the main attractions with less time,you take it at
    Estación de autobuses - Jardín Botánico (Finca la Concepción), and you have the following stops in town on the red line : Estación de autobuses, Renfe/Vialia, CAC, Puerto, Paseo del Parque, Paseo de la Farola, Playa de la Malagueta, Plaza de Toros, Castilo de Gibralfaro, Santuario de la Victoria, Pza. Merced (Casa Natal Picasso), Alcazaba, Catedral, and Alameda Principal.

    You have horse wagon rides from Parque de Málaga, paseo de la Farola, Paseo Marítimo, plaza de Toros, paseo de Reding , and the plaza de la Merced, amongst some and it takes about 45 minutes, you have stops along the way such as at calle Molina Lario, and the avenida de Cervantes,etc

    The metro is becoming a reality with 81% of the lines 1 and 2 done, to be done by 2017. But today the first line is open. See picture of what it would be.

    Reliable taxi companies are
    UNITAXI
    952 33 33 33
    http://www.unitaxi.es/
    TAXI UNIÓN
    952 04 08 04 / 952 04 00 90
    http://www.taxi-union.es/
    INSTITUTO MUNICIPAL DEL TAXI
    Información y tarifas
    952 12 20 40
    www.malaga.eu

    Electrical car rides rentals at
    Calle San Nicolás, 17
    Teléfono +34 626481890
    Email: malaga@happydrive.es
    http://www.happydrive.es

    and the famous sedways bikes
    Paseo de la Farola
    Teléfono +34 649890224
    http://www.segwaymalagaexperience.com

    Calle Trinidad Grund, 8
    Teléfono +34 630152978
    http://www.segwaymalagatours.com

    boat and sail rides
    El Proba Catamarán
    Tel. 687 474 921
    www.barcosdemalaga.es
    Ferry Estrella Fugaz
    630069117
    www.mundomarino.es
    La Pinta
    Tel. 629 260 223
    Magic
    630069117
    www.mundomarino.es
    Málaga Charter
    670 800 702
    www.malagacharter.es
    Pelegrín I
    Tel. 687 47 49 21
    www.barcosdemalaga.es
    Sail & Fun
    Tel. 607 835 186
    www.sailandfun.es
    Veleros del Sur
    Tel. 670 800 702
    www.velerosdelsur.es

    bicycles are plenty all over,
    Plaza Alfonso Canales, 4
    Teléfono: 951252265
    Móvil: 650677063
    Email : info@bike2malaga.com
    http://www.biketoursmalaga.com
    Calle Campos Eliseos, 19.
    Teléfono 620946899
    http://www.malagabikesolutions.com
    Calle Trinidad Grund, 4 (Pasaje Talavera 3)
    teléfonos: 951138349
    Móvil: 606978513
    Email :info@malagabiketours.eu
    http://www.malagabiketours.eu

    Panoramic train ride on the port area
    Puerto de Málaga
    price 3€ going, 4€ ida/coming. hours 10:30 - 21:00 h in winter ,and 10:30 - 04:00 in summer aproximate times. it comes every 15 minutes and the trip last about 10-15 minutes

    scooter bike rides available here
    Calle màrmoles no 3 (lower parking Màarmoles in front of hotel malaga centro , prices are for one day 30€. 5 -7 days 140€. 8 -14 days 210€. tva not included ;open all year contact at Teléfono 607 92 30 08.
    Brújula Rent a Bike
    Av. de la Aurora, 12
    648488229
    http://rentscooterbrujula.com/

    Parking in town are plentiful here are a list of my favorites =aparcamiento=parking,, the street addr
    Aparcamiento Alcazaba PL JESUS "EL RICO", 3
    Aparcamiento Andalucía AV ANDALUCIA, 4
    Aparcamiento Barriada La Princesa CL VELASCO, 22
    Aparcamiento Barriada Parque del Sur AV POSTAS, s/n
    Aparcamiento Barriada Puerta Blanca CL VIÑA DEL MAR, s/n
    Aparcamiento Barriada Santa Cristina CL ARENISCA, s/n
    Aparcamiento Cervantes CL CERVANTES, 2
    Aparcamiento Mediterráneo-Delicias CL FRIGILIANA, 1
    Aparcamiento Plaza de la Marina PL MARINA DE LA, 4
    you can come by car on the following roads
    from the north and my usual road is autovía A-45, (Antequera-Málaga) connecting with the A-92 that goes all over the region connections with the north of Spain. You can enter malaga by Ciudad Jardín,to reach the city center or the beltways East/ESte or West/Oeste.

    you have an excellent route planner with lots of travel ideas here
    http://www.guiarepsol.com/en/map/

    The A-357, will let you reach the Parque Tecnológico de Andalucía (PTA). On the other side the autovía del Mediterráneo A-7, takes the coast areas from Nerja to Algeciras,at the province of Cádiz,you can reach the city from any city in the province.

    To arrive in the city you have the airport
    8 kms from city center
    Aeropuerto de Málaga - Costa del Sol
    Avenida García Morato s/n,
    Teléfono: 902 404 704
    E-mail : infoagp@e-externas.aena.es
    Web: www.aena.es
    you arrive at it by car , airport is at district churriana linking with the city on highway E-15,that is a beltway of Malaga to take avenida de Velázquez, that takes you right into city center.

    by bus you can take the Línea A Expréss to the city center in 15 minutes , the stop at airport is at terminal T3 level 0 arrivals across from the transport exchange Platform, comes every 20 minutes starting from 6h25 and last in at 24h
    www.emtsam.es
    Teléfonos: 951 01 53 70

    by train RENFE on line C1 airport to city center and the train station María Zambrano (red AVE) in about 15 minutes. The stop at the airport is at Terminal 3. frequency evry 20 mins out from city center first at 05h45 and last out from airport at 23h45
    www.renfe.es
    Teléfono: 902 32 03 20

    taxi stands out of airport at
    stands at Terminal T3. Level/Planta 0. arrivals
    Teléfono Radiotaxi: 952 04 08 04
    Teléfono Unitaxi: 952 33 33 33

    the train in the city for AVE fast trains is at
    Explanada de la Estación, s/n. hours are 6:10 h to 23 h.
    Teléfono for information 902 24 02 02
    Teléfono for mobility impaired : 952 36 02 02
    consignment for luggage storage from 6h.to 23:30 h.
    buses reaching here are the lines 1, 3, 4, 10, 16, 20, 27, A, N1, Circular 1 y Circular 2
    it is about 9 kms from airport
    RENFE: www.renfe.es

    the bus station to reach other cities is at
    Paseo de los Tilos s/n.
    e-mail: estbus@stea.com
    Teléfono centralita: 952 35 00 61
    www.estabus.emtsam.es

    the city has an excellent port for cruise passengers all info is here in English
    http://www.puertomalaga.com/web/guest/accesos

    metro of malaga
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