Tourism Zamora

ZAMORA, DIRECTIONS





Train Station


Connections with other Spanish cities
From Zamora to Madrid: six trains from Monday through Friday, four on Saturdays and Sundays.
From Madrid to Zamora: six trains from Monday through Friday, four on Saturdays and Sundays.
To Coruña: five trains during the week, three on weekends.
To Pontevedra, Santiago and Vigo: four trains during the week, two on weekends.

Renfe:
Ticket office and reservations. Tel. 902 240 202.
Renfe Station:
Carretera de la Estación, s/n. Tel. 980 521 110.

Bus Station:


Connections with other Spanish cities
There are also regularly scheduled bus and coach services, both national and international.
Estación de Autobuses: Avda. Alfonso Peña, S/n. Tel. 980 521 281 – 980 521 282.

Avanza Bus:
The company Avanza Bus offers daily direct services to:
To Madrid: six coaches run daily with three different times on Sundays.
Tel. 980 520 952. Information and reservations: 902 02 09 99.

Alsa:
The company ALSA takes you to Asturias (Oviedo and Gijón), as well as Cáceres, Seville and Barcelona.:
To Barcelona: two coaches daily.
Oviedo: from Monday to Friday and Sunday, five coaches daily. Four on Saturdays.
Gijón: from Monday to Friday and Sunday, five coaches daily. Four on Saturdays.
Tel. 980 526 294. Information tel. 902 42 22 42 – www.alsa.es


By road:

The A-66 highway takes you north from Zamora to Benavente where it intersects with the main roads of the north: the A-52 (to Orense/southern Galicia), the A-6 (to La Coruña/northern Galicia) and the A-66 to Asturias. This same highway (A-66) connects Zamora with Salamanca towards the south, only 64km away.
On the stretch of the A-11 from Zamora to Tordesillas, the highway runs into the A-6 which goes to Madrid and the A-1 which goes to the north of the Peninsula: specifically the Basque Country.
The N-631 631 which goes towards Puebla de Sanabria also intersects with the A-52 (to Orense).
Heading west, the N-122 connects Zamora to the city of Bragança in neighboring Portugal.