Titsa app

Surprisingly often I get asked about bus timetables, and far less surprisingly often, I haven’t got a clue. Normally I direct people to Titsa’s website HERE, but I do so with a sinking feeling because the site seems to me to have become very difficult to use, and even in its former more user-friendly version, didn’t actually give much more than an ideal timetable which frequently bore little relation to reality.

Today, however, I have become aware of an app that you can put on your mobile, and it will tell you when the next bus is due – wherever you are –  and a lot more too. The person who passed it onto me says that “a friend of mine uses it all the time and I have just had a play and found it very good. Basically told me in how many minutes the bus was due at my stop!. Just put “movil.titsa.com” in the search engine on your phone and off you go.”

Good luck! I hope this helps!


  1. Also Guaguaapp tenerife is very good. I’ve been using it for a while. Also gives bus updates in real time.

  2. Zoe ,I notice they have upgraded their website too and seems an improvement – perhaps this link might help ?
    They also have a facebook page which I have used in English and Spanish and have received fairly prompt replies .
    I have yet to be convinced on the virtual fares !
    One change at a time for me please !

  3. Be careful buying virtual tickets though….I didn’t read the instructions properly (at all, actually haha) and bought what I thought was a €15 Bono bus card, only to discover when I tried to pay for my journey from Silencio to Los Cris it was valid only for big towns in the north such as Santa Cruz and Puerto de la Cruz.
    An email to Titsa explaining that the terms weren’t made clear and could I have my money back please has had no response yet, predictably.

  4. Hmmm, there has been an Android app called “guagua ya” around for over a year now which purports to show buses in real time. It’s not bad, but it’s not completely accurate as it relies on data coming from the buses, which is not always accurate. It’s a reasonable guide but not totally reliable.

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