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SNCF tickets

13 Jun , 2015  

Where are tickets purchased? Tickets may be purchased by card at stations – link, Online – link, On board trains, although prices are higher. Are there any loyalty card schemes or offers? Yes, link. What about non-residents? Ticket purchase at stations, Special TER Passbask +Euskotren Topo for €11 (link)

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Mugi, the Gipuzkoa card

10 Feb , 2015  

What is Mugi? Mugi is a single ticket allowing users to travel on public transport (buses, topo, trains, etc) in Gipuzkoa (see conditions) Which networks may it be used on? Trains: EuskoTren (between Hendaye and San Sebastián) and Renfe (only as a means of payment, without discounted rates). Buses: San Sebastián, Rentería, Irún, Arrasate, Eibar, [...]

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Irún Bus tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much do tickets cost? €1.30 (free for children under 4) Where are tickets purchased? tickets: on board buses passes/cards: link Are passes or cards available? South of the border system Mugi allows residents to use a (contactless) card for all modes of public transport, with discounted rates and a direct debit system - link. [...]

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Donostiabus tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much do tickets cost? Standard ticket: €1.65 Special (night) ticket: €2.10 Where are tickets purchased? tickets: on board buses passes/cards: link Are passes or cards available? South of the border system Mugi allows residents to use a (contactless) card on all modes of public transport, with discounted rates and a direct debit system - [...]

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Lurraldebus tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much do tickets cost? €1.65 Where are tickets purchased? tickets: on board buses passes/cards - link Are passes or cards available? South of the border system Mugi allows residents to use a (contactless) card to pay for all forms of public transport, with discounted rates and a direct debit system - link. What about [...]

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Renfe tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much do tickets cost? Single zone ticket: €1.70 Other zones: link Where are tickets purchased? tickets may be purchased at stations by card. Are passes or cards available? yes- link. South of the border, the Mugi system also allows you to use the Renfe network, although discounts are not applicable. What about non-residents? No [...]

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Euskotren (Topo) tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much do tickets cost? Single zone ticket: €2,45 (eg.: Hendaye-San Sebastián) –with children under 5 travelling for free when accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket Other zones - link. Where are tickets purchased? at stations Are passes available? South of the border system Mugi allows residents to use a (contactless) card to [...]

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Chronoplus tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much is a single ticket? €1 Other fares: links Where are tickets purchased? tickets: on board buses passes/cards: link Are passes or cards available? Passes are available for residents - link, the Chronoplus network provides contactless cards: link What about non-residents? On board ticket purchase, Ticket purchase at specific sales points: link.

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Pesa tickets

10 Feb , 2015  

How much do single and return tickets cost? Bayonne <> Bilbao - link Bayonne <> San Sebastián - link Where are tickets purchased? on board buses, online: link How much do combined tickets cost? The price is determined according to the distance (eg.: Bayonne-Hendaye: €7.90) Fare calculator - link,

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