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Bus Santiago de Compostela to Lisbon: Trip Overview
Trip Reviews for Santiago de Compostela - Lisbon
User reviews from travellers who booked a bus ticket from Santiago de Compostela to Lisbon
Ratings and Reviews (19)
The Driver didn't speak English and didn't make it clear for us that we had almost an hour break in Porto.
Concerns as driver looked at phone, paper work (lists of passengers?), etc which was a little concerning for safety of passengers
the AC was very cold, the driver caught all the time, the wifi didn't work,
Incident with aggressive passenger delayed bus. Believe more stringent procedures should be in place to avoid this. Also charging one euro for toilet is unnecessary, toilet locked repeatedly and many were left too long without access to toilet. Will avoid using Alsa in future
Beautiful trip, thanks so much
Pay toilets on bus €1. Stops in Porto where there is no toilet. Not impressed.
Very nice experience
Difficult to find my bus in Santiago but succeeded by asking staff. Porto was marked, but not Lisbon
I drove 7 hours in the bus and I had to pay 1 euro each and every time I wanted to use the toilet, This is not normal at all. I paid almost 10 euros at the end.
Language a problem
Very comfortable. Well cared for by driver. Great way to get around
On your site it says that the buses have wifi and a washroom, ours have neither.
First, at the ticket office the lady was helpful and was with passengers for questions, when bus departed. Driver was also helpful. Nice stop for 1 hour for lunch and arrived at 830, not 845pm. Will look for a chance to do this again. Thanks for a positive and memorable experience.
Clean, affordable way to travel long distance between Spain and Portugal. Silly that one has to pay a euro to use the toilet on the bus, but other than that no complaints. If traveling far, be sure to pack a meal to eat when the bus stops for 50 minutes in Porto; there really isn't much more than pastry shops to choose from near the bus station there (although they ARE yummy!) Overall, I recommend travel by ALSA and would do it again.
Bus driver was a bit surly but overall a very good ride!
All was good except there was no light or no water in the toilet.
Did not know that bus would be dropping passengers off and picking up at various points along the route. Made journey very long
The driver didn't speak english and multiple riders had a hard time understanding what stop we were at
The staff was very polite kind and helpful. In addition we arrived 30 minutes earlier.
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Stations & Stops
For a bus leaving from Santiago de Compostela, the trip starts at Estación de Autobuses, Estación de Autobuses, Aeropuerto SCQ, A Poboa, Av. de Antonio Fraguas, Av. de Lugo, Av. de Rosalía de Castro, Boisaca, Calle de Sergude, 2 or Costa de Santa Isabel.
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