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BarlaventoExpert

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I am able to answer most questions about road, rail, air and bus travel throughout Spain and to neighbouring countries, including the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands. I am also able to answer questions on certain areas in Spain, inclduing Andaluzia and Mallorca,

Experience in the area

Over the past few years, I have become knowledgeable about all forms of transport to/from and throughout the Iberian Peninsula.(i.e. Spain and Portugal)I have also acquired considerable knowledge about the Andalucia region, in the South of Spain. (incl.. Sevilla, Granada, Cadiz, Huelva and Jerez)

Publications

tripadvisor.co - http://www.tripadvisor.com/members-forums/barlaventoexpert Blog:barlaventostravelblog.blogspot.com Twitter - https://twitter.com/barlaventoexp

Education/Credentials

Life Experience 3 UK A-Levels. Fluent written and spkenEnglish, Portuguese and French. Some Castellano, German, Dutch and Italian.

Past/Present Clients

www.gillianthonydance.com (web designer)

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Recent Answers from BarlaventoExpert

2016-08-11 Ronda to Nerja:

I would agree with your proposed routing.    Los Amarillos from Ronda to Malaga    There are regular buses every 75 minutes or so between Malaga & Nerja operated by alsa.es    There is no train serving

2014-08-04 winter travel north west spain:

Regrettably, the route Burgos, Valladolid, Salamanca, Cuidad Rodrigo cannot be guaranteed to be trouble free in January or, indeed, at any time between mid-November and mid-March.     I, myself, have been

2014-02-13 train travel in Spain:

Thank you for your comment.    I always prefer to purchase tickets for bus and rail from the national in country site, if I can.    Usually, it avoids paying extra commission and it come straight from

2014-02-12 train travel in Spain:

I'm not exactly sure where you are coming from on this one.    However, provided you have a suitable and acceptable means of payment, there is nothing to stop one from going to www.renfe.es, selecting

 

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