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Carrion to Leon where does the bus stop in Carrion.

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Where do you pick up bus from Carrion la Condes to Leon.
 
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I think @henrythedog can answer that. He has some bus and taxi travels from there last year. Not sure there is a regular bus to Leon. The bus stop shows up on Google Maps at the corner of Calle Santa Maria and Plaza Pina Merino
 
The one from Galicia (the round) and the one from Castilla & Leon. Individually numbered and made by the same people that make the ones you see on your walk.
Where do you pick up bus from Carrion la Condes to Leon.
In 2017, I bused from Carrion to Leon due to a foot problem.
You catch the bus from the:
You purchase your ticket from the bar. I recall I had to wait a long time before they sold me a ticket! Good luck!
 
In 2017, I bused from Carrion to Leon due to a foot problem.
You catch the bus from the:
You purchase your ticket from the bar. I recall I had to wait a long time before they sold me a ticket! Good luck!


That is because it is first of all a bar and serving to locals. We as pilgrims should have the courtesy to wait till they attend to our questions.
 
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In 2017, I bused from Carrion to Leon due to a foot problem.
You catch the bus from the:
You purchase your ticket from the bar. I recall I had to wait a long time before they sold me a ticket! Good luck!
You HAVE to get the ticket from the bar (unless you bought one online). I had to catch the bus from Carrion, and the bus driver said he couldn’t sell me a ticket, I had to buy it from the bar. And yes, it took the bar a looong time to get the ticket sorted.😊
 
I think @henrythedog can answer that. He has some bus and taxi travels from there last year. Not sure there is a regular bus to Leon. The bus stop shows up on Google Maps at the corner of Calle Santa Maria and Plaza Pina Merino
One bus a day, walking the Meseta again do not like after Carrion.
Will bus to Leon then onto Astorga and onwards In June .
 
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