Leon Travel Plans

Nestled in the heart of a landlocked nation, Leon is like the ketchup to your fries - unexpectedly delightful and highly underrated. With its colonial charm and endless supply of gallo pinto, you'll wonder why you haven't visited sooner.

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How to get to Leon


The best way to get to Leon by plane is to fly into Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport and then take a connecting flight to León Airport.


Driving to Leon is also an option, and the trip takes approximately 4 hours from Madrid. The best route is to take the A-6 and then switch to the AP-71 towards León.


If traveling by train, Renfe offers a high-speed AVE train from Madrid to Leon, which takes approximately 2.5 hours.


As Leon is an inland city, there are no direct routes via boat to the city.


Taking a bus to Leon is a popular option. Some of the companies that offer service to Leon from Madrid include Avanza and Alsa. The trip takes approximately 3-4 hours.

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