|Bus$11 | 56min||Bus$11 | 56min||Bus6 lb of CO2|
It's 22 miles between Berrocalejo de Aragona to San Rafael. On a typical day, it might take between 31min and 33min from Berrocalejo de Aragona to San Rafael under normal conditions. If traffic is heavy, it could take around 34min and costs will only go up due to traffic and congestion to drive to San Rafael by car. In these situations, we would highly recommend public transit if available.
We estimate driving cost by using a 20 mpg fuel economy, fuel costing $2.70 per US gallon, the one-way cost of the drive, excluding tolls, may be about $2.
Book as soon as you can, as there may be limited availability.
The earlier you can book your trip to San Rafael, the better. There is usually no need to book these sort of trips from Berrocalejo de Aragona to San Rafael in advance. Rideshares should be available on demand all hours of the day.
While buses have recently gotten bad coverage because of cleanliness of bus stations or winter time accidents, they are can be very convenient for travel. The best part about traveling by bus to San Rafael is that it can be very cheap. That's because they usually have basic accomodations - WiFi and a restroom. Some of the Berrocalejo de Aragona/San Rafael buses' coverage has been overstated. The real thing to consider when taking a bus from Berrocalejo de Aragona is to consider the time of travel and the density of the cities that you're traveling to. If you are traveling by bus between Berrocalejo de Aragona Castille and Leon and San Rafael during high traffic times, you can expect to have your trip altered significantly due to traffic. Further, if you are traveling during winter, the bus schedule might be thrown off due to inclimate winter weather. Be sure to plan accordingly!
The plus side of taking the train from Berrocalejo de Aragona to San Rafael? The accomodations, scenery, and lack of San Rafael traffic can usually be on point. Moreover, you can usually expect your average concessions - such as food and drinks. Most trains have WiFi these days as well. The worst part about trains are the price. While the train to San Rafael is often cheaper than flying, they are generally more expensive than buses. Train prices are usually set and do not vary as much as bus prices or flights or so the likelihood of finding discounts is pretty rare.