Burgos has a privileged geographic location. It is the main road transport node between the north and the south of Spain, as well as between Portugal and the rest of Europe, which makes it a point of connection for the main Spanish and European economic areas.
The city can also be accessed by air, rail and bus. The Madrid-Barajas international airport, with the greatest air traffic in Spain, is 2 hours from Burgos.
The Burgos Bus Station is located in the city centre, less than 10 minutes away of the cathedral and the Human Evolution Complex. It is in charge of distributing all the metropolitan and interurban transport by bus in the city, connecting it with the towns of the province and the main cities of Spain.
C/ Miranda 4-6, 09002 Burgos
06:00 to 01:00
The Burgos - Rosa Manzano Train Station is located to the north of the city, 5 km from the old town.
You could find Real-time information on train departures and arrivals and by your ticket on the renfe website.
At the Rosa Manzano Station there are the following modes of transport to move to the city:
Avenida Príncipe de Asturias s/n, 09006 Burgos.
24 hours. Opening times of the ticket office: from 7.15 to 22.00.
Closest airports to Burgos:
Paseo Sierra de Atapuerca s/n 09002 - Burgos
Forum Evolución Burgos is a modern space which combines culture and knowledge, in a city with a commitment to creativity and innovation. It has a unique architecture which makes the ligh and the well-lit spaces its arterial connection. The Forum transfers to the interior the large bright spaces and continuous natural light philosophy, throughout 35.000 sq.m distributed over six floors, it is equipped with the most advanced technology and state-of-the-art stage equipment to host conferences and shows. In addition, the forum is located right in the center of the city.
As main rooms, the Forum has an Auditorium for 1371 people and a conference hall for 492 people. Furthermore, it has a bright Exhibition Hall of more than 1.000 sq.m to host all type of exhibitions, trade fairs and presentations. As small format rooms, it has two modules of rooms, being able to be set up as a room for 200 people, or up to 8 modular rooms for 25 people. Also, it has a press Room, Executive Room and 5 rooms with capacity for 40 to 70 people.
Burgos is a modern city, which is immersed in a profound process of urban, tourism and cultural transformation. The recent creation of large infrastructure, including the Human Evolution Complex, represents a decisive change in the appearance of the city. Burgos, which has made a firm commitment to tourism and culture over the last decade, aspires to become a benchmark for conference and incentive tourism.
Burgos has some tourist attractions that are unique in the national panorama. It has an artistic heritage with three declared World Heritage Cultural Sites: The Cathedral, the Camino de Santiago and the Archaeological Site of Atapuerca.
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How to arrive to Madrid from Burgos: Train, Bus or car.
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How to arrive to Barcelona from Burgos: Train, Bus or car.
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How to arrive to Bilbao from Burgos: Train, Bus or car.
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For younger people, couples and families alike. For foodies, sports lovers and those who just love soaking up tradition. Whether you’re looking for the lively, cosmopolitan atmosphere that floods the streets or the shows and activities for all ages, you can find whatever you’re after during the festival.
How to arrive to Pamplona from Burgos: Train, Bus or car.
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Original tours, urban routes, themed journeys or big trips throughout the country. Suggestions for enjoying your holiday, a getaway, or for as long as you want to stay. And as always, some great memories.
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