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I used to travel a lot by coach to visit parents in Liverpool from London and took my dog with...
by Momo, February 28th, 2018
in Can we take dogs or cats on a coach? We get this a lot...
Always a satisfied and regular customer over many years
by phursey, December 29th, 2017
in Avoid winter rail disruption with National Express
I'm not sure exactly why but this weblog is loading very slow for me. Is anyone else having this...
by Smithg400, December 18th, 2017
in First new National Express double-deck super coaches
If you're planning to travel by rail this December, there's a good chance that engineering works will, quite literally, put a spanner in your plans.A coach journey may be more reliable option this winter, National Express has started the campaign 'Avoid Rail Disruption this December' to promote coach transport as a better option than trains this winter. National Express is running frequent, affordable services to about a thousand places in Great Britain, so switch your journey to coach this December they say :)The carrier has created a special subpage on its website, where ...
You have bought a train ticket through the megabus.com website, and what next? What should you do?Is that safe? How will you pass through the gates, and what I need to show to the conductor during the inspection? No need to panic! The ticket is valid even though it was purchased via the coach operator website. Certainly it is also much, much cheaper. Mostly from £ 1 + booking fee. Nice :)Megabus is associated with Stagecoach, as some railway operators in Britain. Not all rail services are available at megabus.com, their number is limited. This is probably established b...
Eurolines announce last minute seats for passengers affected by Eurostar disruption Eurolines has yesterday announced limited, last minute availability on services to Brussels for people affected by industrial action on the Eurostar. Europe’s largest scheduled coach operator has seats available on Belgian services departing London at 10am, 2pm and 11pm on 22 December. Fares start from £68 return and are available via www.eurolines.co.uk or www.europebus.co.uk Last year Eurolines helped several hundred people travel between the UK and Europe when the volcanic ash...