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Bus Timetable from Fisterra to Santiago

Discussion in 'Traveling to/from the camino' started by peregrina nicole, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. peregrina nicole

    peregrina nicole Active Member

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    Hello,

    I just finished the walk from Santiago to Fisterra via Muxia. If you want to see details of this, check out my 'Live from the Camino' posting. In the interests of helping people plan their return to Santiago, here are the bus times. The company is monbus (http://www.monbus.es). There are a number of buses that leave every day. The stop is just outside of the Albergue. On Mondays to Fridays, the bus leaves at: 8:20, 9:30, 11:45, 14:45, 16:45 and 19:45. On Saturdays, the buses leave at: 11:45, 13:45, 16:45 and 19:00. On Sundays and festival days, the buses leave at : 11:45, 16:45 and 19:45. The bus takes you to the Santiago bus station.

    Buen Camino!
     
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    Does anyone know what the schedule would be for 12 October--a national holiday? I am assuming it would be limited festivale service--but it is the day I would like to go out to Finisterre and back.
     
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    Do you have to book your seat or can you just turn up at the bus stop??? We have booked to stay in a Hotel for 5 day when I arrive in Finisterre in June and then Santiago for 4 day before flying home to the UK so looking forward to it all...

    God Bless you.
    Bryan
     
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    I just turned up at the Fisterra (not Finisterre) bus stop. I was there December 2012 so no competition for seating. I'm not sure its even possible to buy in advance.

    Maybe you'll have more success than I in trying to figure out if you can book it:
    http://www.monbus.es/index2.htm
     
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    Thanks for posting the time table - so helpful! Do I need to reserve the bus tickets? We are planning to take morning bus to SDC and then train to Madrid. Thank you.
     
  7. Bajaracer

    Bajaracer Camino Frances 2013 Jun-Jul SJPDP to Finisterre

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    You can buy a ticket in advance at the tourist office, it was €13 last year.
    It's still first come first serve at the
    Bus station whether you have a ticket or cash.
     
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