a VirtualTourist member from Singapore
What is the website for the bus from Madrid to Segovia? What is the earliest time for the bus from Madrid to Segovia? I use the website http://www.lasepulvedana.es./index.html but can't find, I don't understand Spanish. Please help. Thank you.
Well, I can read Spanish, but I couldn't get the website to even give me a routing, so I said "the heck with it" and went to the RENFE website (www.renfe.es - the Spanish railroad).
There are direct regional (i.e., local) trains leaving about every two hours from Madrid to Segovia (at 06:02, 08:01, 10:01, 12:01, 14:01, 15:01, 16:01, 18:02, and 20:02), and the trip takes 2 hours. It appears that the price for a second class ticket is 5.65 euro.
Does that help?
yes. it helps. but i was thinking about taking bus because i remember that they ahev more frequently which fix my tight schedule better. U have any idea on the bus to Segovia? If not, then probably I will have to take a train. :)Thanks
Tell me the date
- Origen = From
- Destino = To
- Fecha ida = Date when you want to go (dd-mm-aaaa = day-month-year)
- Fecha vuelta = date of return
- Tarifas = Tariffs
- N de plazas = number of seats
I am going on the 12 Feb 2008. I try to key in the information beased on what u assisted on the website that I mention, but a box appear. I think there is an error or so, I don;t understand what it is saying. Do u have any idea what is the earliest and lastest time of the bus from Madrid to Segovia? Thank you. :)
The website of La Sepulvedana says that the it's under renovation, and apologises for the inconvenience. So the English version is not functioning yet, neither some parts off the Spanish version, incluing routes/timetables.
You may try to email them to [email]
Great !Thank you so much. :)
Well, look at it this way...if we use www.viamichelin.com to plan a car trip from Madrid to Segovia, it says that it estimates that the trip by car would take an hour and 13 minutes (for 96 kilometers)...but I figure that buses are always slower than cars, so that by bus, this would likely be at least an hour and a half...and the faster regional trains were an hour and a half (as I recall), so the train may not be much slower anyway.
Well, as Isa says, maybe the website will answer their email (ojala' ;-) Spanish for "fat chance", but you never know), or you may find a better answer once you get there. Good luck!
yes... ojalá! (that comes from insh'Allah... if it is God's will)