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SPANISH TRAVEL PHRASEBOOK
topic: TAKING THE BUS (EL AUTOBúS) 1



Important: In most Latin American countries bus is "autobús", while in Mexico most people use the word "camión".


Two tickets to Lima, please.
Dos boletos para Lima, por favor.

Where does the bus to Bogotá leave from?
¿De dónde sale el autobús para Bogotá?

What time does the next bus leave?
¿A qué hora sale el próximo autobús?

What time does the last bus leave?
¿A qué hora sale el último autobús?

Which bus goes to Tegucigalpa?
¿Cuál autobús va a Tegucigalpa?

You don't have any cheaper tickets?
¿No hay boletos más baratos?

Does this seat recline?
¿Este asiento reclina?

How long is the trip?
¿Cuánto dura el viaje?

Why is it taking so long?
¿Porqué se tarda tanto?

Is it a direct route?
¿Es un viaje directo?

Do I have to change buses?
¿Tengo que cambiar de autobús?

Does this bus stop en Guanajuato?
¿Para el autobús en Guanajuato?

What time does it get to...
¿A qué hora llega a...?

Where can I buy a ticket?
¿Dónde puedo comprar un boleto?

Where's the ticket window/office?
¿Dónde esta la taquílla?


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