Weekend Bus Trip to Granada

Granada, España

All About Granada Granada is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in all of Spain, making it a must on any Iberian itinerary. The kingdom of Granada was established in the year 1238, when Moorish emir Ibn al-Ahmar conquered the land and developed a culturally rich society around the incredible Alhambra fortress and […]

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The Ultimate Spain Bus Trip

We asked travel blogger (and Spain expert) Marie-Eve Vallières to share her insider tips and recommendations. Follow the bus trail on our illustrated map as you read on to discover the Ultimate Spain Bus Trip. From short distances to bucolic panoramas, Spain is the perfect country for bus travel. Spanish trains aren’t that efficient to begin with – there aren’t […]

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San Sebastian, Espana

10 Tips & Tricks for Bus Travel in Spain

Huesca

Madrid Traveling within Spain by bus is one of the best ways to discover the unrivalled landscapes the country has to offer – including a few gems you’ll definitely miss with the plane. With more bus paths than train routes, not only is the bus cheaper and greener, but it’s also the chosen mode of transportation among […]

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5 Things You Should Know Before Taking the Bus in Spain

So you decided to travel through Spain by bus? Congratulations – you’ve already neatly adapted to the local way of getting around! In fact, Spaniards prefer traveling by bus over other modes of transport. It’s the most convenient way to travel the country and it’s also one of the only ways to get to and from some […]

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Spain

Viva España: 6 destinations that will awaken your inner traveler

You can now search and book tens of thousands of bus tickets in Spain directly on Busbud.com. To celebrate, we’ve made Spain our Country of the Month! We’re also giving one lucky winner and a friend unlimited bus tickets to the Iberian Peninsula for one month via our giveaway with Backpacker Travel. Click here to enter! Spain is a fascinating country […]

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Top 5 English-Language Blogs on Spain Travel

When planning a trip, one of the best way to find a country’s hidden gems is by reading other people’s adventures on travel blogs. Expats are often a good resource as they’ve gone through the process of discovering each destination thoroughly and often share their findings. So we’ve compiled a list of our top five favorite […]

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La Tomantina

Bus Around The World: Tenerife, Spain

Tenerife, Spain

The winding roads of Spain’s Tenerife in the Canary Islands are paved with mountainous landscapes and the third largest volcano in the world – making this bus ride quite the adventure! Have you taken the bus in Tenerife? Photo by Omar Moreno If you have a cool bus photo you’d like to submit, please contact […]

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Q&A with Fiona Flores Watson: On living in Spain and the romantic side of Seville

As part of our goal to make life easier for bus travelers, we keep in touch with travelers who have had firsthand experiences wandering the world. Last time, we featured Abigail King from Inside the Travel Lab. Today, we’re happy to feature Fiona Flores Watson from Scribbler in Seville. Fiona at the Alcazar in Cordoba Fiona […]

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Seville

On The Way: Crossing Spain with Paulo Coelho Part 2

Imagine you anticipated going back to the Way of St. James for a year. That’s what happens to most pilgrims. The so-called Camino de Santiago is the trip of a lifetime and the Camino family is most dearly missed. International communities and atheists alike find their way to Spain to partake in the pilgrimage, and an atmosphere […]

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On The Way: Crossing Spain with Paulo Coelho Part 1

The Camino Brazil’s Paulo Coelho did it and started writing. Germany’s Hape Kerkeling did it as well and had his coming-out after he wrote a book about his experience that turned into a best-seller. Martin Sheen did it with his son and created The Way – a movie that received great ratings. Clearly, there is something special about Spain‘s Way […]

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The Camino

Spain in October: What to see & do

Seville

Wondering if October is an ideal time to visit Spain? If popular attractions that aren’t swarming with tourists and cheap prices that appear just as summer ends are your thing, then yes! Need more convincing? In some places further south, unfathomable hot temperatures have cooled down, so you can still enjoy the beach. If you’re a […]

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