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Help with public transport from Spain to French Border

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I will be leaving Santiago De Compostela and need to reach French Border with possibly one stopover in Burgos or Astorga. What is the easiest and fastest route to take by train or bus and of course the cheapest? I want to continue to Lourdes but have problem with connecting trains as I am not familiar with entry points. Thought there was train from San Sebastian to Lourdes, as I was there once and went on train but cannot find anything on Renfe site. I did see a train on Sncf from Pamplona to St. Jean du Port if I could transfer easily to train station taking me onward . Have used Sncf site many times and would order the tickets online if I had the route sorted .

Bayonne would be another possibiity. I don't mind taking a late bus/train if its to a spot where I can find accommodation easily and safely. Many thanks for any help available.

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