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(+34) 91. 020 70 07 | 902 422 242

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Services available for people with:

Movilidad reducida

Reduced mobility

Discapacidad visual

Visual disability

Discapacidad auditiva

Hearing impairment

Discapacidad cognitiva

Cognitive impairment

Otras necesidades de accesibilidad

Other accessibility needs


The Baeza bus station does not have a website, they only attend at the window. This would be the contact telephone number: (+34) 650 12 40 90

In this link you will find the location and reference points of the bus station:,3.4617537,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xae8ca128b2613047!8m2!3d37.99604!4d-3.4617537

The company with which Baeza operates the most and has the best combinations of mobility and routes is Alsa. They have adapted buses on all their routes, although the way to guarantee accessibility is done after consulting the phone (+34) 91. 020 70 07 | 902 422 242 or via email Once they guarantee that they will be able to enable an adapted bus for the route you want, you can proceed to buy the ticket. The application deadline must be at least more than 48 hours before the trip and if you can do it with more margin, the better.

These are their routes:

Madrid - Granada Airport and Station - Madrid
Baeza - Granada - Baeza
Baeza - Jaen - Baeza
Baeza - Ubeda - Baeza
Baeza - Linares - Linares
Baeza - Cordoba - Baeza
Baeza - Begijar (Cordoba) - Baeza

All intercity buses are adapted with the elements detailed below. However, not all lines have adapted vehicles and services, so it is advisable to make sure before the trip.

Outdoor signage
Platform lift request button
Lifting platform
System of bars and handles
Adapted vehicle floor
Edge of marked steps
Lighting in the access area
Spaces for People in Wheelchairs/Scooters
Buttons next to seats for Passengers in Wheelchairs/Scooters
Special belts

* The bus toilet is not adapted on any of our routes and services.

They do not have personal assistance, only on some routes and types of buses that you should consult beforehand. In any case, it would include help to board and disembark, help to locate the place and help with luggage at origin, destination and rest stops. If you are a wheelchair or scooter user and wish to travel in a bus seat, you must be able to make the transfer independently or bring a companion to help you do so. For your safety, their staff will not be able to make such a transfer.

From the station to the dock, you will have to go on your own. You must show up at the dock 15 minutes before departure time.

Assistance dogs, including diabetic and epileptic support dogs, can travel inside the bus free of charge. They must sit on the floor, at the passenger's feet. It is mandatory for the dog to carry its leash and all its documentation, especially the one that accredits it as such, since it may be required by Alsa staff at the time of boarding.

They also have a video interpreting service to serve deaf people who access Alsa's information and sales service.

The tool allows, via video call, communication between deaf people and Alsa staff in real time through an interpreter who translates requests for information and ticket purchase, establishing fluid online communication between them.

There are also additional specific discounts on certain routes. Check conditions when buying the ticket.

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Guide to use Alsa Video interpretation