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Bus from Belorado to Burgos

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I will have to stop walking in Belorado and will need to get to Burgos for a night train to Paris. Does anyone have information on where to find schedules? I expect to arrive in Belorado in early afternoon, walking in from Santo Domingo. Thanks.
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Burgos train station is on Plaza de la Estacion... :wink:

From the Cathedral, go to Arco de Santa Maria, turn right following the Rio Arlanzon to Plaza de Castilla. Turn left on Conde de Guadalhorce, cross the Rio and continue straight to the Renfe train station (its a dead end).

You can plan your train at the Renfe site at http://www.renfe.es/
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cant pick up on this. Really looking for a bus/taxi that would drop me at Monumento a Los caidos? will be stopping at Belorado prior to this but seeking to save the legs a bit as I'm 84! Gracias, Samarkand.
This is an old thread. It was started in 2006 and the last reply was in 2012, so it is not surprising that some links are no longer active.

In any case, the busses serving Belorado,Villafranca Montes de Oca and Burgos do not go past the Monumento a Los Caidos. They drive along the N-120 road. And I am not sure whether the gravel road that leads from Villafranca to the monument is open for taxis and general motorised traffic.
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I’m going to close this thread, which I started in 2006. :p It was one of the years I walked in France, and had made it from Conques to SJPP when I realized I had a lot of time left,. The good news is that I didn’t need that bus, because I was able to walk into Burgos and hop on the night train!
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