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We are giving you the latest offers straight from Eurolines

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We are giving you the latest offers straight from Eurolines

Budget travel to Amsterdam, Brussels and Paris with Eurolines. This offer is valid only until 26th July 2012. You can buy tickets from £9 one-way (a booking fee is included). Travel from London to Paris, Amsterdam or Brussels daily on selected departures: Eurolines coaches from London to Paris include: 08:00, 09:00, 10:00, 11:00, 20:30 and 21:30 (excludes Friday nights) Eurolines coaches from Paris to London include 10:00, 11:00, 23:00 (excludes Sunday nights) Eurolines coaches from London to Brussels include: 09:00 (until 30 June),10:00 and 23:00 (from 23 June) Eu...

With Eurolines Pass you can visit at least seven European capitals by coach for 1p per mile

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Referring to the Eurolines’ press announcement; youth travelling Europe on a budget this summer can visit at least seven capital cities for less than 1p per mile, thanks to an ‘under 26’ coach pass from Eurolines. More about this offer we mentioned in previous posts. Europe’s largest coach operator is offering 15 days unlimited travel across Europe for £249. Eurolines Passes are available for travel, from London or from Dover, to the 50 cities listed, and for travel between: Alicante, Amsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Bordeaux, Bratislava, Brno, Brussels, Bucharest,...

An alternative to the Euro Rail Passes

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I did not know what to write on the blog today, probably too much free time does not affect positively the functioning of the brain.But I came up with the idea to write about the Eurolines Pass. I know I've often written about this Eurolines’ product but due to the upcoming summer, you might want to delve into details. What really is a Eurolines Pass? The Eurolines Pass is a touring product enabling the customer to travel between 50 of Europe’s best cities at their own pace. It’s available in 15 and 30 day formats and, whilst the first journey must be reserved, subs...

Travelling with limited budget

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If you intend to visit Europe you should obtain a special bus-pass. If you are going to be every few days in another European country, and you’ve got a limited amount of money, the Eurolines’ pass will enable you to travel between the 50 largest European cities for a relatively low amount of money. Want to see Europes’ top cities? But you’re on a budget? Click here to buy a special Eurolines Pass If you want to spend holidays in the UK, it might be helpful to you if you use a special National Express’ pass called - Brit Xplorer. Travelling with Brit Xplorer will c...

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