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Eurolines has its headquarters in Brussels, Belgium. The company was founded in 1985 and brings together 29 coach companies from all over Europe who work alongside each other, offering connections between major European cities. Eurolines currently operates in more than 30 countries, including France, Germany, the UK, Italy, Spain, and Morocco. They often partner with affiliated coach companies such as FlixBux, Arriva, and Deutsche Touring.
You can purchase Eurolines tickets to hundreds of towns and cities across Europe. One of the most popular routes includes London to Berlin, the journey takes up to 23 hours, with one stop in Rotterdam. Another popular city to visit on a Eurolines coach is the sunny French city of Marseille, there are regular connections from Paris—journeys run directly or have one change in Lyon, and take around 10 to 12 and a half hours. You can also catch a direct bus to Strasbourg from Brussels, with a journey time of around six hours for direct buses and 14 hours for indirect services, depending on the day of the week.
Most Euroline buses arrive and depart from major UK cities such as London, Manchester and Birmingham, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Belfast. However, most Eurolines buses come from Europe and the service cannot be used for journeys within the country.
Most Eurolines France coaches travel from Paris and arrive in major cities such as Bordeaux, Lyon, and Toulouse. Aix-en-Provence is a popular transport hub, with coaches arriving and departing from all over France, as well as the rest of Europe.
You can catch a Eurolines bus between most big cities in Germany, including Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, and Frankfurt. From Berlin, you can take a bus all over the country, to cities like Dusseldorf, Lubeck, Munster, and Stuttgart.
Many Eurolines buses depart from Brussels and arrive in cities like Antwerp, Ghent, and Mons. You can also travel from Antwerp to Bruges, Leuven, and Liege. You can travel with Eurolines to Brussels' neighbouring countries such as France and the Netherlands as well as further European countries.
You can take a Eurolines coach to most big cities across Italy, like Milan, Venice, and Rome, as well as smaller beach towns on the coast like Palermo and Genoa.
Some of the most popular Eurolines routes in Spain include Barcelona to Madrid, and Madrid to a variety of cities including Benidorm and Malaga. You can catch a coach to popular tourist destinations like Alicante from Valencia, and Seville.
Europe's countries and regions vary greatly but whatever your mood or interests, you'll be sure to find the perfect place for your holiday.
With coaches travelling the width and breadth of the continent, you can travel from Scandinavia in the north down to Spain in the south with ease. Did we mention it's cheap, too?
If you're into minimalist design and the great outdoors, then a trip to Sweden or Denmark is a must. If eating good food and sunshine is what you're after then a trip to Spain, Italy or Greece will be a pleasure. And for the history buffs, Germany or France awaits.
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There are several different Eurolines bus tickets you can choose from, meaning you're sure to find the one that best suits your needs. The Eurolines Open Ticket is one of the most popular ticket options, with this ticket, you book your outbound journey and then you have eight days to make your return. If you'll be travelling a lot, you might want to buy a Eurolines Pass, these allow free travel to any Eurolines destinations for either 15 or 30 days—the price varies depending on your age. It's also possible to save money by booking in advance. Furthermore, students, young people, and senior citizens can all get discounted tickets with the right ID.
When you take a bus with Eurolines, you’ll need to print your ticket at home after it has been emailed to you. Alternatively, selected Eurolines shops will be able to print your ticket for you.
If you are a passenger travelling with reduced mobility, it's best to let Eurolines know at least 36 hours before you travel. This way, they can ensure the coach you're travelling on is adapted for your needs.
In Europe, all passengers can bring two suitcases and one piece of hand luggage onboard a Eurolines bus.
No, seats on Eurolines buses are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
No animals are permitted on Eurolines buses apart from assistance dogs.
Generally, you will find Eurolines Wi-Fi on most of its buses, but it depends on the route. Seats also have a TV screen and plug socket, and many coaches have a toilet onboard.
If you lose or find a piece of luggage, you will need to report it to the driver or the staff at the nearest Eurolines office.
It's possible to change your ticket, but you must do it at least six hours before your journey, and you will have to pay a small fee. There is a sliding scale for how much you will be refunded if you need to cancel your journey, which depends on how much notice you give. Cancellations under six hours from the journey time will not be refunded.
Open tickets give you much more flexibility when travelling. The date and time of your outbound journey is set, but you can choose to return at any day or at any time as long as it's within the next eight days. You just need to inform Eurolines when you would like to return so they can ensure there's space for you on the coach.