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Getting back to Santiago de Compostela from Muxia/Finsterra

bordatoue

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April 09 2020
Please could someone advice me on getting a public transport back to Santiago de Compostela from Muxia and Finsterra. I would like to know how frequent the transportations are from Muxia and Finsterra to Santiago de Compostela or somewhere near the SCQ airport.
 
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I strongly recommend traveling back from Muxia to Santiago, even if there are far less buses, the bus from Finisterre is, let's just say, 'motion sickness inducing' ;-)
BC SY
 
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trecile

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Francés (2016 & 2017), Norte (2018), Francés-Salvador-Norte (2019), Portuguese (2019)
I strongly recommend traveling back from Muxia to Santiago, even if there are far less buses, the bus from Finisterre is, let's just say, 'motion sickness inducing' ;-)
BC SY
It seems that the bus from Muxía is faster than from Finisterre, even if you take the "express" bus from Finisterre that doesn't stop in every tiny town.
 

Marla in CA

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Camino Frances September 15, 2019
I strongly recommend traveling back from Muxia to Santiago, even if there are far less buses, the bus from Finisterre is, let's just say, 'motion sickness inducing' ;-)
BC SY
THank you @SYates,, good useful info as I will be doing that route in May 2020. Hopefully I will walk back, but if I run out of time, I would like to be able to bus. So Muxia to Santiago it is, or else walk back!
 

Geodoc

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CF 2018 (across Pyrenees, then Sarria to SdC), CF 2019 (SJPdP to Finisterra & Muxia), CI 2019
Another option is to get with a group and hire a taxi. That way you can go on a more flexible schedule (not one that requires being at the bus station at 6:30 AM)
 

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