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Transport From Santiago To Tui

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Cort McKee, Mar 13, 2017.

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  1. Cort McKee

    Cort McKee New Member

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    First time using the Forum and am not sure how one is to create a new "Thread." Nonetheless, here goes. We are planning our first Camino(in July), leaving from Tui on the way to Santiago. My question is: how do I get to Tui from Santiago? We are flying in from the US, then on to Santiago. We need to get to Tui in order to turn around and start walking. Suggestions? I am assuming that there are trains and/or buses but we all know about assuming.
     
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    ALSA run a coach that leaves SDC at 12.00hrs and takes 2hrs 15m to get to Tui. Eurolines also advertise the same coach but charge more! Its a busy service so ensure you book your seat. I took it last year in may and there were only a couple of seats empty.
     
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