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Bus from Santiago to Fisterra

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Yes you can on the monbus website. However the tickets will only become available a few weeks prior to departure date. For example, today you can buy tickets until the end of April only.
 
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How long did it take for your round trip?
It takes about 3.5 to get to Fisterra - what I've done in the past is take the bus then go check in at hotel/hostel then walk up to the light house to witness the sunset. The next morning I took a bus to Muxia, walked on the rocks near the church then took the afternoon bus back to Santiago. If you have two extra days, I highly recommend this as a highlight to end your Camino.
Photos from first pilgrimage Sept/Oct 2013.
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It takes about 3.5 to get to Fisterra - what I've done in the past is take the bus then go check in at hotel/hostel then walk up to the light house to witness the sunset. The next morning I took a bus to Muxia, walked on the rocks near the church then took the afternoon bus back to Santiago. If you have two extra days, I highly recommend this as a highlight to end your Camino.
Photos from first pilgrimage Sept/Oct 2013.
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Thank you for sharing that information.
 
How long did it take for your round trip?
I am also looking to take a round trip / day tour from Santiago to Finisterra.
Does one but them from a driver also?
Or does one need to book through a touring company?
 

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