Updated 26 December: Titsa has now released the timetables for New Year’s Eve: they can be viewed HERE, and show that the night services on both New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day will be as normal, and there are links for the daytime services on New Year’s Day.

Original post 22 December: The Tenerife Cabildo has announced Titsa bus timetables for the festive period, which will see reduced services on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. On both these days, short routes will start their last circuit between 7pm and 8.30pm, while long routes will start their last circuit so as to terminate by 8.35pm. On Christmas Day itself, service will start at 8.10am in line with usual public holiday timetabling. All timetables can be consulted on www.titsa.com, or by phone to 922 531 300, or on Titsa’s social media profiles.

The last departures for the most popular lines in the north are:

014 & 015 for La Laguna at 20:16 & 20:25 respectively, and for Santa Cruz at 20:05 and 20:15.
026 between Santa Cruz & La Laguna, from Santa Cruz 19:50, from La Laguna 19:45.
101 bewteen La Laguna & La Orotava, from La Laguna 19:40, from La Orotova 19:50.
102 & 103 between Santa Cruz & Puerto de la Cruz, from Santa Cruz 19:55 & 19:45 from Puerto de la Cruz 20:15 for the 102 and 19:35 for the 103.
108 between Santa Cruz and Los Realejos, from SC 18:30 and from Los Realejos 18:50.

Services to the south:

110 from Santa Cruz to Costa Adeje, from SC and CA 19:30.
111 from SC 19:25 and from the south 19:55.
120 Santa Cruz-Güímar, from SC18:45, from Güímar 20:05.
122 Santa Cruz-Polígono Industrial de Güímar, from SC 19:05, from PIG 20:00
473 from Los Cristianos to Los Gigantes, from LC 18:15, from LG 19:55
467 from Costa del Silencio 19:55, and from La Caleta 19:50.

There will be no services on the lines 104, 137, 420, or 711 throughout Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.


source https://www.janetanscombe.com/news/titsa-bus-information-for-christmas-period.html

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