Dear traveller or our blog reader! We get a lot of questions about required travel documents when travelling between the European Union countries. So if you are planning a coach journey to another EU country, you need to find out which documents you'll need to cross the border. Although within the Schengen area you do not have to show your passport when crossing the border, it is always worth to have a passport or ID card. Crossing the border of Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom, you still have to show a valid identity card or passport. The...
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by Bosomaniak, June 20th, 2020
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in Coronavirus transport from the UK to Poland and from Poland to the UK.
Many people ask if they take their dog or cat on a coach. This means that there is a demand for...
by Ian Brown, September 19th, 2019
in Can we take dogs or cats on a coach? We get this a lot...
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For approximately 6 months will apply amended regulations relating to long distance bus/coach services. Please read carefully what you will be able to expect from the carriers.Rights for passengers travelling by bus and coachThe Regulation 181/2011 was published on 28 February 2011 and its provisions will apply as from 1 March 2013The Regulation fully applies to long distance services (i.e. of more 250 km), whereas only some of its provisions apply to all services, including those of shorter distance. The new rights applicable to long distance services (i.e. of more than 2...
The Eurolines Organisation is urging key transport leaders across Europe to support the long distance coach network and the need for greater investment in infrastructure and passenger facilities. At an event hosted by Michael Cashman MEP in the European Parliament, John Gilbert, President of Eurolines, outlined the vital role of coach travel across Europe and the often unnecessary barriers operators and passengers face in many locations. Eurolines is calling for policy-makers to recognize the role and contribution of coaches to safe, environmentally friendly and affordabl...
Written evidence from Eurolines Eurolines is the largest regular coach network in Europe, with a service spanning across the European Union and the continent, carrying over 3.5 million passengers per year. The brand represents 31 independent coach companies in 33 countries, which all follow strict quality standards. Introduction Bus and coach travel combined accounts for more passenger kilometres than any other mode of surface public transport in the European Union. Around 25% of public transport in the EU is provided by coaches. The industry has an estimated annual tu...