Ainsa hitchhiking and transport tips
Buses travel from Bielsa in the morning and to Biela in the evening (€3.20, 45 minutes) between three and six times weekly and are run by Aurocares Bergua. They also offer services to Sabinanigo, Barbastro and Broto, check here for timetables. The nationwide private coach service Alosa also run lines to Torla, Barbastro and Broto.
There is no train station in the town and the nearest one is still a far distance away in Huesca. Hitch-hiking or buses this time, I’m afraid.
Aínsa is situated on the crossroads of the east-west running N260 and north–south country road A-138.
Ainsa Hitchhiking out
Hitchhiking out of Ainsa is very easy, just walk a little out of the town in the direction you are heading, look for a safe place where drivers can pull over and start thumbing.
written by: Jon