Lanzarote Hop On Hop Off Bus

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Like the other cities Lanzarote has its own luxurious Hop On Hop Off Bus service. Operated by Isango, United Kingdom. Isango is a part of TUI Travel Group.

The Lanzarote Hop On Hop Off bus gives you the opportunity to discover Lanzarote at your own pace. It has two interconnecting routes, one covers the North part of the island. The other covers the South part of the island.
The South route operates on every Monday with 14 stops.


Lanzarote Hop On Hop Off Bus

South Route:

1. Muelle de Playa Blanca
2. Marina Rubicón
3. Yaiza
4. San Antonio
5. Club Las Vistas
6. CC Atlántico
7. Tías
8. San Bartolomé
9. Monumento al Campesino (no wheelchair access)
10. Bodega El Grifo (no wheelchair access)
11. Bodega La Geria (no wheelchair access)
12. Camellos
13. Playa Blanca
14. Club Las Vistas

North Route:

The North route operates on every Wednesday with 11 stops.

1. Costa Teguise
2. Castillo de San José
3. Fundación César Manrique
4. Monumento al Campesino
5. Teguise
6. Haría
7. Jameos del Agua
8. Cueva de los Verdes
9. Arrieta
10. Jardín de Cactus
11. Costa Teguise

The bus has commentary in 6 European languages including English, Spanish, German, French, Italian and Swedish. It keeps you informed of all the details about the Historic and interesting spots of Lanzarote.

There are two routes for this bus or you can take combine route option including south and north Route, For the combine option South and North Route the bus would take North Route on Wednesday and South Route on Monday, covering the north and south of the island respectively. The North Route has 11 stops and the South Route has 14 stops, and the two routes interconnect at the Monumento al Campesino in San Bartolome so that you can travel on both routes during the day.

Your ticket is valid for a whole day. A multi-lingual audio commentary (Spanish, English, French, Italian, German and Swedish) is provided to enhance your enjoyment.

Each route takes approximately 2 hours for the complete the entire route. You can stay on the bus for the full 2 hours and listen to the commentary. Or you can hop-on and off as you like to see the sights and enjoy the attractions.

The bus has a frequency of about 45 minutes to one hour.

You can buy the One day pass for the North or South Route for Euro 20 only per adult. Or you can choose to buy the Two Day Pass for Euro 26. Children between the age groups from 2 to 11 years pay Euro 18 for One day and Euro 22 for the Two days pass.

(Please note the above prices are indicative and could change from time to time)

Operated by Isango, United Kingdom
10 Furnival Street, London EC4A 1YH, UK, Tel : +44 0203 355 1240,

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