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You can go by train for a bit less money than Amtrak by using the commuter services: take the Coaster from San Diego to Oceanside, and then take a Metrolink Orange County Line train from Oceanside to Los Angeles. The regular adult fare for the Coaster from San Diego Santa Fe Depot to Oceanside is currently $5.50, and Metrolink from Oceanside to Los Angeles ...


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The second itinerary, the shorter by distance, appears to be the only correct one. Rome2Rio apparently has a little bug, confusing Santa Elena, Mexico and Santa Elena, Guatemala, near Flores, as shown on the Linea Dora website. So only the second option is valid. Looking at the itinerary on a map, this option looks not only the shortest in distance but ...


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The easiest way would be to take a taxi right at the airport. But it will be also the most expensive. BCN airport is quite bad connected with train, and the trains arriving at the airport link with Barcelona, not with other cities. On the other hand Barcelona is well connected with Tarragona by rail; maybe you looked for "Camp de Tarragona" station? This is ...


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It appears to be a typo. On the detailed schedule. Both the outbound and return trip seem to be in par.


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Rome2Rio quotes 1100 pesos (127USD) as the minimum, and links to the bus company website. So I guess it depends on the day of travel / purchase.


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Rio has more than one bus terminal, the one that seem to be the major is Novo Rio. From their site you can search for buses to Petropolis and see their timetable. Unfortunately, the site is available only in Portuguese. I searched for other sites and found this one, which has an english version, but it redirects to a different site. Strange is, in this last ...


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You can take a regional / commuter train, called Rodalies in Catalunya. Train line R2 goes from the Terminal 2 at the airport to Barcelona Sants (the main station in Barcelona) where you can change to the train to Tarragona (line R14, R15 or R16). The complete trip costs €7 and takes around 1 hour 30 minutes, and trains run at approximately 30 minute ...


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Indeed, that is a solution recommended by the hostel "Casa Tranquilo". There is this intersection called "La Irma", named after the gas station at the crossing of route 1 (between Puntarenas and Liberia) and route 145 (leading to Tilaran). As written in the timetables linked by the hostel and the one from the tourism board @pnuts found, there are buses ...


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The difference in the price and time is pretty substantial. Taking the bus will cost you around 40$ to 50$ according to Busbud while a flight can cost anywhere between $100 and 250$ for a one-way ticket according to Google flights. A flight will take roughly an hour and a half (plus the time for getting to the airport, going through security and leaving ...


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A car obviously gives you much more flexibility. And though local public transport in Brazil is pretty decent if not awesome, it is not very usable for users who don't speak Portuguese. In fact, in my experience, the most common way for Brazilians to find their way around using local public transport in a city they are not familiar with is to ask around. ...


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Rome2rio says bus via Puntarenas, for a total cost between 24-35EUR. The international bus company is Transnica. The second segment is a local bus N. 675. For completeness sake note that Transnica has some not-so-positive feedback on tripadvisor dating 2013. I don't know if the situation has changed since then, but it might be worth asking around in ...


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Rome2Rio comes in handy for this: They suggest 3 routes: Car Ferry via Yalova - $12-$15 (although you'll need a car) (~2.5 hours) Bus via Yalova - $24-26 (~4 hours) Train and Bus via Aksaray (~4.5 hours) $19-$22 which would be 'best' depends on you, your travel plans and time and money, but as a general rule - if you're not used to travelling in a new ...


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You can use Rome2Rio to search for itineraries between each city. For example it seems you have various bus options from Rio to Petropolis, either by bus or combining bus and train. The screenshot below shows the bus option: The Teresopolis to Rio journey seems a bit more complicated, requiring bus changes in either Nitero, Petropolis, or a combination of ...


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We rented a car when we did that exact same trip. The car rental was inexpensive and the journey itself very easy now that Google maps works everywhere. The only problem was that parking in Tarragona itself was a pain and the hotel downtown in the tourist area charged us through the nose for their parking. If we were to do it again, we'd still drive (such a ...



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