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Last bus from Mansilla de las Mulas to Leon?

Portia1

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Looks like I might need to take a bus Saturday late afternoon/early evening to Leon. Does anyone know the time of the last bus from Mansilla de las Mulas to Leon? Thanks.
 
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Portia - check the ALSA website - http://www.alsa.es

It looks as though the last bus is at 20h50 and arrives in Leon 21h15 and costs 1.45 euro.
 

Portia1

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Kelly: not until after tomorrow (2 weeks from when I leave!). We meet with the surgeon tomorrow to talk about options and timing. So right now I am preparing for two different treks! I may stay in Mansilla as I have a pretty good distance that day (this is on trek #1 if my husband is able to meet me in Santiago) but I wanted to know what my options were because the next day is Sunday. Besides, I just might be ready for a hotel stay right about then! Trek #2 (if he can't come) I will probably walk into Leon.
 
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I also thought to take bus from Mansilla to Leon but actually walk not so bad - certainly not as bad as trek into Burgos- anyhow if you take the more beautiful route from Shahagun and stay in Hermanllos( ?spellling) as opposed to road route to El Burgo de Romero - again forgive spelling -there is a bus timetable in albeurge, really the route is so beautiful and so few took it I felt so priveleged to walk this section - so take the way less travelled, enjoy the countryside and the bus will be there as you need it - very regular timetable! Buen Camino, enjoy!!
 

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brightgirl said:
I also thought to take bus from Mansilla to Leon but actually walk not so bad - certainly not as bad as trek into Burgos- anyhow if you take the more beautiful route from Shahagun and stay in Hermanllos( ?spellling) as opposed to road route to El Burgo de Romero - again forgive spelling -there is a bus timetable in albeurge, really the route is so beautiful and so few took it I felt so priveleged to walk this section - so take the way less travelled, enjoy the countryside and the bus will be there as you need it - very regular timetable! Buen Camino, enjoy!!

Thank you, just noted to take the road less traveled. I'm planning to skip Albergue in Hermanillos though. :)
 

ElizabethN

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October 2017
Hi All,

I know this is a very old thread, and hoping to get more information. From the ASLA site I cannot see any other bus options other than an 8am -ish bus leaving Mansilla. Has anyone recently traveled by bus from here to Leon that can confirm that there's afternoon options?

Thanking you in advance for the assistance.

Regards,
Elizabeth
 
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