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Bus Madrid to Porto: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Madrid - Porto
User reviews from travellers who booked a bus ticket from Madrid to Porto
Ratings and Reviews (10)
Great driver. Very pleasant trip. Comfortable journey.
The bus was too cold, I got sick after arriving to Porto
Boarded one bus on time and several passengers including my wife and i were told we were on wrong bus.Apparently a second bus was put on the same route because of the large number of passengers. So we got off and claimed our luggage and went on the second bus. Both busses were about 30 min late because of the confusion.The staff were very friendly and helpful for the entire trip. Enjoyed the ride.
The reservation process was fine but the emails I received from ALSA should have told us that the bus would appear on NO reservation board. Apparently, because it was an EXPORT bus this was normal The ALSA staff in information at the bus station were no help. We were lucky that a baggage employee unrelated to ALSA could speak English and advised us of this most peculiar system of not telling the passengers where the bus was. Also, we were not sat next to each other according to the seat numbers. Fortunately there were spare places and we could. Journey, driver and bus were very good.
Kudos to Carlos Maura (Driver) excelent professional. In the sour note:) I hit my head against the top of the toilet door arcade. Maybe signal this in some way. (Not significant damage just a ''hangover'' :)
It was a little complicated figuring out the gate for the bus especially with my limited Spanish but the staff were very friendly and helpful. The bus was very nice and comfortable. The driver was extremely nice and a very good driver. There were plenty of stops for toilwtand food and the driver made sure we all knew how long we had. Beautiful ride - great experience.
Must pay for toilet use in the bus. I dont mind paying but 1dollar is too steep a price to pay. Makes me feel like alsa is trying to take advantage of its passengers.
Too many stops. Having no Internet on bus or at stops was a little unfortunate.
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Stations & Stops
Need a bus leaving from Madrid? Your starting point is at Avenida de América Metro, Aeropuerto MAD T4, Estación Sur, Estación Sur, Plaza Eliptica, Aeropuerto MAD T1-2-3, Príncipe Pío, Moncloa, Plaza Puerta del Sol, 3 or Aeropuerto MAD T1-2-3.
If you're onboard a bus traveling to Porto, you can get hop off at Casa da Música, OPO Aeropuerto, Rua da Estação 101, Alameda Prof. Hernâni Monteiro, Casa da Música, Av. de Fernão de Magalhães, Praça da Galiza, 96, Aliados, Cordoaria or 24 de Agosto.
|Departure Time||9:30 - 23:00|
|Average Trip Duration|
|Bus companies on this route||FlixBus, Eurolines France, ALSA, ALSA, ALSA, Nexcon|
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Bus Travel Tips
Meet and talk to locals at the bus stations while traveling from Madrid to Porto.There is no better way to get inside travel information while exploring a new city than to go straight to its people.
Much more than a mere vehicle taking you from Madrid to Porto, riding the bus will expose you to some of most stunning panoramas while enroute to your final bus stop.
Buses have the smallest carbon footprint of all motorized transport modes. A bus going from Madrid to Porto will emit half the CO2 emitted by a train, and radically less than a car or an airplane.
Make a music playlist for your bus ride from Madrid to Porto, and enjoy the scenery to tunes from your own personal soundtrack.
Did you know?
The Superbus, created by a Dutch engineer is the world's fastest bus with 250 km/h. Too bad it's only a prototype for now.
The word 'bus' is an abbreviation of 'omnibus" which means 'for all' in Latin as buses were meant to be transportation for everybody.
It takes 27 hours to go by bus from Lima to Cusco, one of the craziest bus trips on the world. This route is used daily by locals and backpackers.
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