|Distance||47 miles (76 km)|
|Bus frequency||6 a day|
|Direct bus||Yes, there are 6 direct buses a day|
Buses from Bilbao to Haro cover the 47 miles (76 km) long journey with our travel partners like BlaBlaCar. Normally, there are 6 buses operating per day, including direct services available. Travelers depart most frequently from Bilbao-Abando and arrive in Haro, Plaza De Los Castañares De Rioja.
Bilbao Haro buses cover most of the almost 100 kilometres that separate the city of Biscay and the locality of La Rioja. This bus route reaches the nearby town of Miranda de Ebro in 1 hour.
The company that manages the Bilbao Haro bus line is Eurolines. This international route expert also offers shorter routes like this one, with buses that have the basic comforts for the traveler.
The journey to Miranda de Ebro is approximately 1 hour, and the total duration to Haro will depend on the type of means of transport chosen to finish the journey. The distance of this last stage is about 20 kilometers.
Eurolines offers 1 departure a day, usually in the late afternoon. This is the case from Monday to Saturday, the period of the week in which the company provides service on this route.
Bilbao station: known as Termibus station, is located in Plaza Garellano 14. That is to say, very close to the San Mamés football stadium and the train station of the same name. Dozens of urban and interurban buses have stop or head of line here. This is the case for lines BAI, DG01, DG02, DO01, DO03 and DO41G. Taxis are also in continuous operation in the area. The station has numerous services, such as lockers, automatic cash dispensers, kiosks, cafeteria, free WiFi, an information booth and parcel billing, among others. 2 kilometres separate the station from the Guggenheim Museum.
Miranda de Ebro Station: Bilbao Haro bus route does not reach the Riojan town of Haro, but ends in the nearby Burgos town of Miranda de Ebro. This station has several commercial premises, as well as an information office and public toilets. It is located in the round of the Railroad and it calls the attention by its great cover. It's right in front of the city's train station, so it acts as a real modal interchange. In the vicinity there are numerous shops, as well as bank offices, hotels, catering establishments, etc.. Next to the station there is a public car park on the surface, although with a time limit.
Omio customers traveling this route book their buses from Bilbao-Abando to Haro, Plaza De Los Castañares De Rioja.
You can find the most popular departure bus station for this trip, Bilbao-Abando, located approximately 0.4 miles (726 m) from the city center of Bilbao. The most popular arrival bus station in Haro, called Haro, Plaza De Los Castañares De Rioja, is located around 0.4 miles (561 m) away from its city center.
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