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Alberte

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Hi all!

How often does intercity buses go from SCQ airport to the bus station in Santiago? I can't find a time table, and I don't know if an hour and 20 minutes will be enough to reach the bus at the station and catch my bus!
Arriving at noon, so there must be a lot of buses? And is it necessary to book a ticket in advance?

Please help!! Leaving next monday and SO SO SO excited!! And thanks!!

/Alberte
 
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Alberte

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That's exactly what Google maps is meant for

Thanks for The GREAT Advice, and I sure did try to figure it out myself;). But I just can't find a time table over how long it will take in a bus. As I can see there is plenty of stops, and since I don't know how often they leave, it is not that easy for me.
 

KinkyOne

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Hi all!

How often does intercity buses go from SCQ airport to the bus station in Santiago? I can't find a time table, and I don't know if an hour and 20 minutes will be enough to reach the bus at the station and catch my bus!
Arriving at noon, so there must be a lot of buses? And is it necessary to book a ticket in advance?

Please help!! Leaving next monday and SO SO SO excited!! And thanks!!

/Alberte
https://www.rome2rio.com/s/Santiago-de-Compostela-Airport-SCQ/Santiago-de-Compostela-Bus-Station

Bus ride is approx.20 minutes.

And timetable:
http://www.empresafreire.com/html/ingles/seccion3a.php
 
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Anemone del Camino

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Out of curiosity, and for those who may look for this information in the future, what did you google?

Because when I type Santiago Compostela aeropuerto, google automatically suggests a search with "autobus" at the end of the search words and the website for the AENA website pops up at the pop, and that site gives you the link to the bus company that offers the service.

On the left hand side of the page is a menu with "horarios". Click on that and you can do a search with drop down options.
 

KinkyOne

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I'am not perfect, but I'm always myself!!!
Out of curiosity, and for those who may look for this information in the future, what did you google?

Because when I type Santiago Compostela aeropuerto, google automatically suggests a search with "autobus" at the end of the search words and the website for the AENA website pops up at the pop, and that site gives you the link to the bus company that offers the service.

On the left hand side of the page is a menu with "horarios". Click on that and you can do a search with drop down options.
If that was a question for me, I went directly to rome2rio web page and there obtained the link to Empresa Freire timetable. But I did thought about AENA web page at first :)
 
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Anemone del Camino

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If that was a question for me, I went directly to rome2rio web page and there obtained the link to Empresa Freire timetable. But I did thought about AENA web page at first :)
No it was for the OP who says she looked but could not find the info. I google three words and voilà! I didn't even need to add "bus", google suggested it all on its very own. :) Plus airportd always have informationabout public transport to and from them; in this case with a large logo of a bus right on its home page.
 
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I am in Santiago now and as of 3 July there have been on and off bus driver strikes for a week or so in Santiago. You find out each morning if they are on strike and then have to choose a taxi. The schedule mounted at the airport says departures every 30 minutes last Saturday the 13h30 bus departed at 14h, there was no 13h30 bus.
 

SYates

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The bus strike takes only place at Tuesdays and Wednesdays, other days are fine ;-) Buen Camino, SY
 

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