Madrid - Logroño
From Madrid to Logroño
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- Frequency: over 10 daily services in both directions (night services, either direct or with stops, depending on the time).
- Timetable: buses depart between 1:00 am and 7:45 pm.
- Distance between cities: 327 km (203 mi). The entire journey is on the motorway.
- Trip duration: between 3.45 and 4.30 hours depending on the service.
Bus stations in Madrid and Logroño
Coaches travelling from Madrid to Logroño depart from either the Avenida de América transport hub or the Madrid Barajas Airport - T4.
All stations are connected to the public transport network and have public parking. Your journey will end at the Estación de Autobuses de Logroño bus station, located on Avenida de España, 1.
What to see in Madrid
The Spanish capital boasts a huge range of cultural and sightseeing options. You can drop into one of its museums, such as the Prado, the Thyssen-Bornemisza, and the Reina Sofía national art centre, or take a stroll through its famous streets, from the Puerta del Sol to the Gran Vía, enjoying the architecture of the Royal Palace, and the Fountains of Neptune and Cybele.
What to see in Logroño
Some of the city’s must-visit sites are the Co-cathedral of Santa María de la Redonda and the Church of San Bartolomé, both of which were declared Sites of Cultural Interest. Some of the civic sites to visit include Muralla del Revellín (Wall of the Revellín), or the Puente de Piedra (Stone bridge), also known as Puente de San Juan de Ortega. As a wine-making land, the entire Rioja region is known for its many wineries that produce some world-famous wines. In Logroño you will find the best routes to learn how the best designation of origin wines are produced. If you're looking for museums, a good choice would be La Rioja Museum, located in the house where General Espartero once lived. Another good option is Museo Würth La Rioja, opened in 2011 and displaying contemporary art.