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Public transport from Santiago to Porto

m_kher

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Camino Portugues May 2023
My husband and me are walking the Camino from Tui to Santiago. We fly into Porto. I found both bus and train options to travel from Porto to Valenca. My question is about coming back. I could not find any public transport to Tui. How do people do the return journey? Or is it simpler to fly out from elsewhere?

Thank you
Manisha
 
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If you train from SdC to Vigo, you can then transfer trains and travel cross-border to either Valenca or Porto. The train doesn't stop in Tui, but presumably you could just get a taxi from one to the other.


Details of stops:

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Keep in mind that the cross-border Spain-Portugal train leaves from the old, small station downtown, a short cab ride from the station where all the domestic Spanish Renfe trains come in.
 
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My husband and me are walking the Camino from Tui to Santiago. We fly into Porto. I found both bus and train options to travel from Porto to Valenca. My question is about coming back. I could not find any public transport to Tui. How do people do the return journey? Or is it simpler to fly out from elsewhere?

Thank you
Manisha
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will find you most of the transfer options.

Buen Camino
Lettinggo
 
My husband and me are walking the Camino from Tui to Santiago. We fly into Porto. I found both bus and train options to travel from Porto to Valenca. My question is about coming back. I could not find any public transport to Tui. How do people do the return journey? Or is it simpler to fly out from elsewhere?

Thank you
Manisha
I took an ALSA bus from Santiago to Porto in November, about a three hour ride. Three stops before reaching Porto bus station. The last before that was Porto airport.

Take the bus.

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