Haro Wine Fight Travel Information - Getting to Haro, Spain
Haro Wine Festival by Plane, Train, Bus and Car
Drive to Haro
Haro is strategically placed for journeys by road, since it has excellent road links with many of the main larger cities of the northern half of Spain, such as Vitoria, Bilbao, San Sebastian, Burgos, Pamplona, Valladolid and Santander, and it lies on what is known as the Ebro Valley Axis, allowing excellent links with Logrono, Zaragoza and Barcelona. The town is located 42 kilometres from Logrono, 42 kilometres from Vitoria and 95 kilometres from Bilbao with excellent driving links both by main road (N232) as well as by motorway (AP 68). Car hire quotes from opodo.com can provide some of the most competitive rates online.
Plane to Haro
The easiest and closest international airport to fly into in order to transfer to Haro for the Wine Fight is Bilbao International Airport on the Northern coast of Spain. There are many daily flights into Bilbao from a number of different European destinations and countries and we recommend opodo.com to find the best flight deals. After arriving in Bilbao via plane you will need to hire a car or take a train or bus to Haro. There are also direct bus connections from Santander (not the airport but the central bus station) to Haro and there are a few flights into Santander each day from International destinations also.
Train to Haro
The route from Bilbao to Haro is served daily by 2 trains leaving from the station of Bilbao-Abando Indalecio Prieto and arriving at to the station of Haro. The average journey duration is 1 hour and 50 minutes. The first train departs Bilbao at 06:30 and the final train departs Bilbao at 15:20. Fast trains from Logrono to Haro take about 36 minutes and there are frequent services on the rail route between Logrono and Haro with 4 departures per day and often extra services are added on a weekend. Walking from the train station to the Haro Camping Site is a short stroll (on the flat) of only 15 minutes. Check train timetables, prices, availability along with online booking on the Spanish rail website renfe.com.
Bus to Haro
From the Bibao central bus station there are direct buses departing from Bilbao and arriving at Haro. The journey takes approximately 1 hour, 5 minutes. Below are the Spanish bus websites for information but Please Be Aware that we have found that these are often not up to date and often do not even show Haro buses on their timetables or availability listings. For certain, we know that buses depart for Haro each day from Bilbao at multiple times but sometimes it seems quite difficult to purchase the tickets online. All main bus routes to/from Haro;
- Spanish Bus Site: movelia.es
- Logrono: Autobuses Jimenez
- Bilbao: La Union Alavesa
- Vitoria/Santander: ALSA
- Madrid: PLM
- Burgos: Soto Y Alonso (ruta Logrono-Burgos)